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OFF TO, Dar es Salaam Issue
OFF TO, Dar es Salaam Issue
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OFF TO, Dar es Salaam Issue

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Bandari ya salama, Take a deep breath, we’re heading East, straight to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

From its burgeoning but yet visionary creative scene, OFF TO magazine gathered the best writers, photographers, creatives, designers, musicians and simply lovers of “Bongo” to bring you an OFF TO Mag’s edition tainted in blue and green. This city has so many layers.

From forgotten pieces of the past, questions for tomorrow and stories of today, Dar es Salaam seems to be more of a rare gemstone, waiting to see what the new generation is going to grind it into.

This issue is offering you a glimpse of the city with this exhibition, extracted from this 128 page magazine representing stories from this haven of peace while powerfully demonstrating the importance of self-telling.

OFF TO will guide you through the hustle and bustle of Dar’s city center to the shore of the Indian Ocean, witnessing the leftover strings of the colonial heritage and see how History could not erase the peace from this ancestors' story.

OFF TO is a biannual, atemporal and bilingual magazine which offers a unique perspective on African cities. Dedicated to the discovery of a major African city, through the eyes of those who are shaping and living it, OFF TO is a starting point for a conversation about our futures.

The magazine addresses the challenges ahead of us whether they are economic, cultural, social, urban or environmental. It’s also a travel guide that calls upon the visitor's common sense to understand Africa’s urban spaces and the cultures subtleties that define them.

Published by OFF TO
English and French Edition
128 pages
ISSN 27772578





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