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Image copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleImage copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleImage copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleStone Town, the historical part of Zanzibar`s capital, was listed as a cultural World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) in 2000.
Image copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvillePhotographs by Aurelie Marrier d`Unienville "Image copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleImage copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleImage copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleA mix of old lime-washed, coralline ragstone and more modern, concrete buildings, Stone Town`s skyline now has a more certain future.
Image copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleImage copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleImage copyright Aurelie Marrier d`UnienvilleStudents of the Zanzibar Built Heritage Job Creation project, which aims to resurrect the traditional skills needed to restore the buildings, have been trained in carpentry and masonry.
"It will help me to teach others how to protect our culture and Stone Town`s doors.

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