Zanzibar
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Zanzibar

A worker shows a handful of crushed clove leaves during the spice tour at the Kizimbani Spice Farm.

 (John Muncie)

Grains and spices from Zanzibar. 

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Guide Genes Salema holds out a kernel of nutmeg, left; the bright red covering, when dried, becomes the spice mace. A display of local spices, right, at Stone Town in central Zanzibar, Tanzania.

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Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania in East Africa. It is composed of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean and consists of many small islands and two large ones: Unguja and Pemba.

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The flower buds of the clove tree are seen during the spice tour at the Kizimbani Spice Farm.

 (John Muncie)

Cutting open a fresh coconut during the spice tour at the Kizimbani Spice Farm.

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Guide Genes Salema drinks milk from a freshly cut coconut at the end of the spice tour at the Kizimbani Spice Farm.

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Spices at Darajani Market in  Zanzibar, Tanzania.

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Beach and hotels at Stone Town in Zanzibar, Tanzania.

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Kiwengwa in Zanzibar, Tanzania.

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Local women in colorful clothing watch men standing on the back of a passing pick-up truck.

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Zanzibar is famous for its spices.

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