The history & conservation of Zanzibar Stone Town
Dept. of Archives, Museums & Antiquities in association with J. Currey, 1995 - Political Science - 151 pages
Illustrated with photographs, plans and maps, this book examines the issues underlying the conservation of the historic Stone Town of Zanzibar.
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Abdul Sheriff Abdullah Ahmed al-Busaidi Arab architecture Barghash Barwani Beit al-Ajaib British building built burial buried cemetery centre Christie clan clove colonial commercial Comorians Comoros conservation construction creek Decree dedicated East Africa East African coast economic family vault Farsi Forodhani Friday mosque graves graveyard Hadhrami Harkema Historic Cities houses Humoud huts Ibadhi mosques imam Indian Islamic island Ismaili Ithna'shari Joint Building Jum'a Khoja kiunga Lamu land landowners London Malindi Meffert merchant mihrab Mkunazini Mnazi Mmoja Mombasa Muhammad municipal Muslim Ng'ambo nineteenth century Office Old Dispensary Oman Omani organisation palace peninsula plantation economy plots Programme properties rehabilitation religious rent revitalisation Said's Seyyid Shangani Shatiri Shi'a slaves social Source STCDA street Suleiman Sultan Sunni survey Swahili Tharia Topan tombs Town of Zanzibar Town Planning town's trade traditional Trust for Culture upkeep urban Vuga Wakf wall Zanzibar Stone Town Zanzibar Town