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20 Shilingi, (1985)

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Front: Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922-1999), President of Tanzania 1964-1985

Back: Tire factory scene

 

200 Shilingi, (1992)

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Front: Ali Hassan Mwinyi (1925-), President of Tanzania 1985-1995

Back: Two fishermen

 

100 Shilingi, (1993)

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Front: Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922-1999), President of Tanzania 1964-1985

Back: Graduation procession

 

200 Shilingi, (1993)

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Front: Ali Hassan Mwinyi (1925-), President of Tanzania 1985-1995

Back: Two fishermen

 

500 Shilingi, (1993)

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Front: Ali Hassan Mwinyi (1925-), President of Tanzania 1985-1995

Back: Harvesting

 

1000 Shilingi, (1993)

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Front: Ali Hassan Mwinyi (1925-), President of Tanzania 1985-1995

Back: Kiwira coal mine; door of the Peoples Bank of Zanzibar

 

500 Shilingi, (2003)

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Front: Cape Buffalo

Back: Nkrumah Hall at the University of Dar es Salaam; Aesculap's rod

 

Nkrumah Hall

Nkrumah Hall

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1000 Shilingi, (2003)

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Front: Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922-1999), President of Tanzania 1964-1985

Back: State House (Ikulu) in Dar Es Salaam

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State House

State House

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2,000 Shilingi, (2003)

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Front: Lion; Mt. Kilimanjaro

Back: Old Omani Arab Fort in Ngome Kongwe, Zanzibar

 

Old Fort

Old Fort

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5,000 Shilingi, (2003)

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Front: Black Rhinoceros

Back: House of Wonders; Mining machinery

House of Wonders is one of six palaces built by Barghash bin Said, second Sultan of Zanzibar. Currently it houses the Museum of History & Culture of Zanzibar & the Swahili Coast.

 

House of Wonders

House of Wonders

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10000 Shilingi, (2003)

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Front: Elephant

Back: Central Bank of Tanzania building

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500 Shilingi, (2011)

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Front: Sheikh Abeid Amani Karume (1905-1972), first President of Zanzibar

Back: Nkrumah Hall at the University of Dar es Salaam

 

1,000 Shilingi, (2011)

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Front: Julius Kambarage Nyerere (1922-1999), first President of Tanzania

Back: State House (Ikulu) in Dar es Salaam

 

2,000 Shilingi, (2011)

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Front: Lion

Back: Old Omani Arab Fort (Ngome Kongwe) in Zanzibar's Stone Town

 

5,000 Shilingi, (2011)

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Front: Black rhinoceros

Back: Mining machinery

 

10,000 Shilingi, (2011)

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Front: Elephant

Back: Bank of Tanzania headquarters building in Dar es Salaam

 

Bank of Tanzania

Bank of Tanzania

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Tanzania, located on the east coast of Africa, consists of Tanganyika, and the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba. Tanganyika was formerly a German colony of German East Africa, and was administered by the British since WWI. Tanganyika became independent under the British Commonwealth in 1961. Zanzibar and Pemba, located in the Indian Ocean 22 miles off the coast of Tanganyika, were British protectorates. Granted self-government in 1961, and independence within the British Commonwealth in 1963. Tanganyika, Zanzibar and Pemba joined to form the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964, and later changed the name to Tanzania. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Tanzania.

 

 

 

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