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6 facts about Dar Es Salaam


Dar es Salam is the biggest city of Tanzania and has a population of about 2.5 million people.


The city is also Tanzania's richest city and is a significant financial centre.


The city's name in Arabic means "House of Peace".


The population of this city is increasing at a rate of 4.39% per annum.


It is Africa’s 3rd fastest growing city, and 9th in the world.


The urban area population is anticipated to reach more than 5 million by 2020.