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On his last day in Tanzania, President Clinton became one of 360, 000 visitors annually to explore the World Famous Ngorongoro Crater. Often called "Africa’s Eden" and the "8th Natural Wonder of the World," this collapsed volcano (a “caldera”) is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area . This is a natural sanctuary for thousands of birds, insects and animals such as lions, zebra, black rhino and wildebeest, all free to wander.
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Ambassador Slaa's signing the book of Condolences at the Embassy was followed by other well wishers from African Missions in Stockholm and Tanzanian Diasporas
 H.E. M. Muuondjo, Ambassador of Namibia
H.E Christine Nkulikiyinka, Ambassador of Rwanda
 Mr. Mohamed Zeyani, Charge D' Affaires, Libya
H.E. Florencio Joel Sele, Ambassador of Mozambique 
The Tanzanian Diaspora Community was well represented and led by the Chairman Mr. Norman Jason (left) and Mr. Andrew Dudley (right) during the signing of the Book of Condolences
Last Updated ( Thursday, 27 September 2018 )
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