Statue of the Slavery monument in Zanzibar Stone Town, Tanzania

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    For many years Stone Town in Zanzibar was a major centre for the slave trade. Slaves were taken from mainland Africa and traded with the Middle East (Oman, Saudi..). The Anglican Cathedral is built on the site of a former slave market and shows those statues.

    © Eric Lafforgue

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    1. PaPeR.cLiP 50 months ago | reply

      Wow, this is incredible. Thank you for sharing.

    2. Heart of Áfrika Designs 50 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Afrikan Portraits (Photographic, Fine Art, Tribal & Scenic), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    3. Today is a good day 47 months ago | reply

      A very powerful image

    4. Zack Zannini 32 months ago | reply

      amazing shot.

    5. Laurence's Pictures 32 months ago | reply

      I like the 1/2 face view... i am inspired to try that, too!

    6. TakeoMckinnon 32 months ago | reply

      A beautiful yet sad image. Great capture.

    7. Bart Heird 32 months ago | reply

      Brilliant framing.

    8. Lil [Kristen Elsby] 32 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image - this motivated me to go and find the slave monument at the Slave Market in Stonetown myself a few days ago. Very powerful stuff.

    9. Michael von Padberg 32 months ago | reply

      makes you feel sad...

    10. David L. 32 months ago | reply

      really intense shot!

    11. manubcn2011 31 months ago | reply

      Vaš rad je nagrađen u grupi "Dizajnersi"
      Your work is awarded in the group "Dizajnersi"


    12. The Third-Eye (very limited INTERNET ACCESS) 24 months ago | reply

      A mirror and a reminder of how much darkness Man carries in his Heart!

      Ah, Globalization...
      and Immigration...
      and Big Business...

    13. David McDannald 23 months ago | reply

      I've been in that courtyard many times. And I never imagined you get get a photo as powerful as this from the setting. Thank you.

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