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The Pemba Islands (Arabic: khadr? khadr? al-Jaz?ra al-khadr?, literal "The Green Island"), is an offshore islet that is part of the Zanzibar Islands and is located within the Swahili Coast in the Indian Ocean. Covering an area of 988 km2 , it lies about 50 km from Unguja, the biggest of the islands in the world.
1964 Zanzibar was unified with the former Tanganjika Kolonie to Tanzania. Situated 50 kilometers from the Tanzanian continent, it crosses the Pemba Canal. Along with the Mafia Island (south of Unguja), these are the spice islets ( not to be mixed up with the Maluku Island of Indonesia).
The largest part of the archipelago, which is more hilly and fruitful than Unguja, is predominantly small farms. Over the past few years, the islands have been rarely frequented due to their lack of accessibility and renown for violent politics, with the exceptions of those that have been marked by their fame as centres of ancient medical science and sorcery.
Quite a large Arabian fellowship has migrated to the isle from Oman. It is a mixture of Arabic and Waswahili people. Pemba's main cities are Chake-Chake (the capital), Mkoani and Wete, the biggest town. Central Chake-Chake is situated on a hill overlooking a cove to the east and the small Misali Islands, where the tide determines when a boat enters the port.
Except for a stretch of country along the east shore, Pemba is a very fruitful place: In addition to carnation tree, the local people mainly cultivate rices, coconuts, bananas, manioc and green broad-leafed beans ("mahogany" in Swahili). It has a tropic weather, but a bit less severe than the Tanzanian continent and less severe than Uguja Isle.
Mean Chake Chake Chake is 25. Except for a stretch of the east coastal coastline, Pemba is a very fruitful place to keep it in world agriculture. The largest part of the archipelago, which is more hilly and fruitful than Unguja, is predominantly small farms.
And Pemba being also produces delicious Cassavas. The airport of Pemba is also known as Wawi Airport or Karume Airport and links the islands with Arusha, Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar. Panoramic views from downtown Shake Shakespeare over the mangrove forests to the Indian Ocean. Prime Minister of the revolutionary government of Zanzibar in Pemba, Tanzania, Chake Shake Hake.
An abandoned theme parlour on the edge of Chake-Chake. An image of the Pemba people in Tanzania. A plane at Karume International Air Station in Chake-Chake. It'?s a wet night in CSC. Maps of Pemba Island, Tanzania. Fishmarket in the town of Mukoani (coastal) Chake-Chake with a fishmonger operating in his shop.
Chake Chake, the footbridge of the Chake Chake, lined with luxuriant mangroves. A Civic United Front bureau in Chake Chake, Pemba, Tanzania. Tanzania in Zahlen 2012, National Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Finance, Juni 2013, Seite 7 Archiv 2013-11-26 an der Wayback Machine. Live a life of diving on the island of Pemba.
Shake shake shake. "Tumbe, Pemba Iceland, Tanzania, 600-950 A.D.". Suaheli archeology on the Pemba Isle, Tanzania, 700-1500 A.D.". An international journal for African historical studies. Kirkman, James S. "Excavations in Ras Mkumbuu on the Isle of Pemba. Suaheli archeology and geography on Pemba, Tanzania: Criticism and case studies on the use of literary and verbal resources in archeology.
Archaeological history of Africa, pp. 125-162. Potentially found MH370 rubble on the offshore Africa Isle. The Pemba Channel Fishing Club. Zanzibar and Pemba" visited by Rory Bremner.