This is the picture of a State Baraza in Zanzibar in December 1936. Baraza was a Swahili word meaning a public audience or reception. It was used widely throughout Eastern Africa as a term for the ruler to meet and greet guests and members of the public.
Picture courtesy of The National Archives
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