Okay pals so here is something for you, you ever heard of the spicy island (zanzibar). The place is famous for its maverick scenery, beauty and authenticity. Guess its author was that artistic.
So here is a thing, if you ever wanted to visit the place at its cheapest price and best season. I recommend you do it with @wonderful_zanzibar. You will get to experience all that is there.
How about a four days visit to zanzibar next month on 15th june. How about an experience with people from all around the world. I promise you, you won't regret this. Welcome to zanzubar island.
Feel free to consult @charles_venny or @wonderful_zanzibar for inquiries.
The Christ Church (or Church of Christ) is an Anglican cathedral in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania. It belongs to the Anglican Church of Tanzania. It is a landmark historical church,as well as one of the most prominent examples of early Christian architecture in East Africa.
It was built in seven years, the foundation stone being laid on Christmas Day 1873 until the opening on Christmas 1879, based on a vision of Edward Steere, third Anglican bishop of Zanzibar, who actively contributed to the design. As most buildings in Stone Town, it is made mostly of coral stone. It has a unique concrete roof shaped in an unusual barrel vault (that was Steere's idea) and the overall structure mixes Perpendicular Gothic and Islamic details.
The church is located in Mkunazini Road, in the centre of the old town, and occupies a large area where the biggest slave market of Zanzibar used to be; the construction of the cathedral was in fact intended to celebrate the end of slavery. The altar is said to be in the exact place where the main "whipping post" of the market used to be. In the square there is a well-known monument to the slaves (a few human figures in chains emerging from a pit) as well as a museum on slavery.
Edward Steere died of a heart attack when the cathedral was almost completed, and was buried behind the altar. Inside the church there is a cross that was made from the wood of the tree that grows on the place where David Livingstone's heart was buried, in Chitambo.
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With your card, you can go on vacation to exotic places at amazingly affordable prices. You also get to have a free trip paid by Abaytours after a you've traveled with them on a few choice destinations. At the Lagos and Abuja international airports, you enjoy the VIP lounges with your gold card. Then let's not forget the Abaytours experience that is parallel to none. No be just mouth. I know what I'm saying 😉. As my vacation draws to an end, I feel a little sad 😢, and a little jealous of those who would come here in July because I want to do it all over again. But you have the chance to experience Zanzibar. July is the best time to be here. You’ll have fun and meet beautiful people from around the world just like I did.
Follow @a_baytours to get your gold card before the price goes up because it's in high demand. They'll also give you details about the upcoming Zanzibar trip.