Former Aga Khan Primary School, Tukuyu, Tanzania, now Shule ya Msingi Bagamoyo and old Jamatkhana

Tukuyu, known as Neu Langenburg during the German colonial rule, is a small hillside town of 50,000 inhabitants that lies about 36 miles (58 km) south of the city of Mbeya, at an elevation of around 5,000 ft (1,500 m) in the highland Rungwe District of southern Tanzania, East Africa.

Aga Khan Primary School, Tukuyu, circa 1930's
Aga Khan Primary School, Tukuyu, circa 1930’s
2012: Former Aga Khan School, Tukuyu, now known as Shule ya Msingi Bagamoyo
2012: Former Aga Khan School, Tukuyu, now known as Shule ya Msingi Bagamoyo
2012: Former Aga Khan School, Tukuyu, now known as Shule ya Msingi Bagamoyo
2012: Former Aga Khan School, Tukuyu, now known as Shule ya Msingi Bagamoyo
Town of Tukuyu as seen from the village of Bujinga. Look closely and you will see the Moravian Church and Shule ya Msingi Bagamoyo.
Town of Tukuyu as seen from the village of Bujinga. Look closely and you will see the Moravian Church and Shule ya Msingi Bagamoyo.
Khoja Ismaili Jamat Khana, Tukuyu, circa 1930's
Khoja Ismaili Jamat Khana, Tukuyu, circa 1930’s

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