The flag of Tanzania
The United Republic of Tanzania consists of two parts, Tanganyika (mainland) and Zanzibar (island), with a total territorial area of over 945,000 square kilometers (of which 2657 square kilometers is Zanzibar). South and Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique border, West and Rwanda, Burundi and the Congo (DRC) neighbors, the East near the Indian Ocean.
The eastern coastal areas and inland parts of the lowland is a tropical grassland climate, the western inland plateau is a tropical mountain climate, cool and dry. In most areas the average temperature of 21 ~ 25 ℃. Zanzibar's more than 20 islands are tropical maritime climate, year-round heat, the annual average temperature of 26 ℃.
Dressage Marseille tribal warrior
The population is about 43.7 million (2009), of which Zanzibar is about 1 million. Belonging to 126 nationalities, population of more than 1000000 have Sukuma, Nyamvich, Chaga, illustrious, Ma Kangdi and Haya. There are also Arabs, Indians and Europeans. Swahili is the national language, and English with the official common language. Tanganyika residents mainly Catholic, Christian and Islamic, Zanzibar residents are practicing almost all of Islam.
Capital Dodoma (Dodoma), population 32 million (2002). The annual average temperature is 29 ℃.
Tanzanian National Day (also known as Tanganyika and Zanzibar Joint Day): April 26.
Tanzania is one of the world's least developed countries declared by the United Nations. The economy is dominated by agriculture, and the average grain is barely self-sufficient. The main crops are corn, wheat, rice, sorghum, millet, cassava, the main cash crops are coffee, cotton, sisal, cashews, cloves, tea, tobacco and so on. Daily consumer goods need to be imported.