For the legendary princess who loves to leave, and the Palace Museum of Tanzania h
The Palace Museum on the road to Mirjan Road in Zanzibar Island, I heard that there was a legendary princess who left for love. With curiosity, I started this tour.
Palace History h
The Palace Museum was built in the Oman Empire. It was the kings bed in the past. After the Zanzibar Revolutionary Movement in 1964, it became the Oman Empire. The museum of the period history.
The princess who loves to leave is Princess Sami. Her story is very dramatic - born in 1844, the daughter of Zanzibar's first generation of Sultan Oman of Oman. In 1865, Princess Sami fell in love with German businessman Rudolf, and even broke the Islam ban, and she had no choice but to go to the British governor at that time. She fled to Athens and was baptized there. Then Princess Sami also officially converted to Christianity and married her loved Rudolph.
Although it is a royal palace here, in terms of scale and grandeur, there is no way to compare it with the Forbidden City. The museum has three floors. The first floor mainly displays some historical relics during the dynasty, including the personal belongings of the legendary Sami Princess.
The third floor of the museum is the palace of the king and the queen. The home style here has more or less the shadow of trade, showing a unique diversity.
You can also see the striking bell tower of the Miracle Palace on the second floor of the museum. The Miracle Palace is one of the largest buildings in Zanzibar Island, and it was also the palace of King Bachash.
Nearby attractions h
is not far from the Palace Museum is a famous fruit and seafood market, Zanzibar's seafood is very famous, you can buy the freshest here and The cheaper seafood, every time the fishermen harvested and returned, they will start a lively auction meeting here. This time I felt the fishermens buying and selling sounds. The seascape facing the
Palace Museum is also amazing, it really is the sea view that the royal family could have!
Zanzibar is made up of more than 20 small islands. It was originally an independent country in Africa. It joined Tanzania in 1964, in the western part of the Indian Ocean, in the southwest of Brazil. The island is famous for producing cloves, accounting for the world's clove sales. The 4/5, known as the "world's most fragrant land" and "Xiangdao", is a famous tourist destination in Africa. The people of
Zanzibar are very different from other parts of Tanzania. The Swahili people account for more than 3/4, and the rest are Arabs, Indians, Pakistanis and so on.
After an hour or two around Stone Town, the historical sites of two thousand years can be seen. The ship sailed along the coastline to the northernmost end. The engine stalled, the sails were raised, and the ships floated in the sea. We sat on the deck and watched the sunset quietly. The sunset reflected the redness of the sea, sparkling, and as the sun set, The shadow of the sunset casts a long strip of light on the surface of the sea. In fact, the actual feeling at this time is more beautiful and richer than that recorded by the camera.
Zanzibar Island, one of the most beautiful islands in Africa, is comparable to the Maldives. Zanzibar Island's incredible beauty, a few kilometers wide white beach dazzling people can't open their eyes, make your camera appear a white screen, difficult to focus, it is difficult to catch the lens, this is the mirror of nature, the sky
The color of the sea is always changing, and the time is different. The most beautiful time is in the evening, and the golden soft light is the best time to photograph.
The small forests and isolated trees on the island of Zanzibar indicate that most of the ground was originally covered by dense evergreen forests. Extensive coral rock outcrops grow dense vegetation, and flat clay plains grow grass.
On many land, ancient baobab trees are still growing. The baobab tree in Tanzania is not as beautiful as Madagascar. The trunk is thick, the old backbone is empty, and the branches grow wildly without direction. I knocked the picked baobabs hard and tasted the same as Madagascar. Its sour!