Restoration of Zanzibar

Ditmars, Hadani
June 1997
Middle East;June97, Issue 268, p38
Presents information on Zanzibar focusing on its architecture and buildings. Background information on the architecture; Transformation of the Aga Khan's Serena hotel chain; Information on the it's fire station; Restoration of a the Old Dispensary building; Information on Zanzibar.


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