The history & conservation of Zanzibar Stone Town
Dept. of Archives, Museums & Antiquities in association with J. Currey, 1995 - Art - 151 pages
Zanzibar Stone Town presents the problems of conservation in its most acute forms: should it be preserved for the tourists or should it be allowed to grow for the benefit of the inhabitants? Can ways be found to accommodate conflicting social and economic pressures? North America: Ohio U Press; Tanzania: Zanzibar Museums
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