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Lakes in Tanzania are a major source of water for the country and its people

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Lakes Collection: Lake Eyasi

Lake Eyasi Collection
15 Items

Lakes Collection: Lake Manyara

Lake Manyara Collection
119 Items

Lakes Collection: Lake Natron

Lake Natron Collection
24 Items

Background imageLakes Collection: Lake Nyasa

Lake Nyasa
Lake Malawi near Fort Johnston

Background imageLakes Collection: Lake Rukwa

Lake Rukwa
Women divide up a fish catch, Lake Rukwa

Lakes Collection: Lake Tanganyika

Lake Tanganyika Collection
35 Items

Lakes Collection: Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria Collection
13 Items

Lakes Collection: Related Images

Related Images Collection
271 Items

Background imageLakes Collection: RF - Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary

RF - Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary. Short grass plains on the border of Serengeti / Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) near Ndutu, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: Game viewing from Landrover, Ngorongoro Crater, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Game viewing from Landrover, Ngorongoro Crater, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lake Magadi, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

Background imageLakes Collection: 20062776

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TANZANIA West Great Lakes Region Woman with baby tied on her back collecting water from pump in refugee camp. Refugees from the Congo and Rwanda fleeing conflict in Burundi Zaire

Background imageLakes Collection: 20062751

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TANZANIA West Great Lakes Region Refugees making gambions from stone filled wire cages to prevent water erosion.Refugees from the Congo and Rwanda fleeing conflict in Burundi Zaire

Background imageLakes Collection: Lake Natron in northern Tanzania

Lake Natron in northern Tanzania is one of the most alkaline of the Rift system. As its waters evaporate in the intense heat, sodium sesquicarbonate, known as trona or natron

Background imageLakes Collection: Loxodonta africana (Elephant)

Loxodonta africana (Elephant), Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary, affectionate behaviour

Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary, affectionate behaviour, border of Serengeti / Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) near Ndutu, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: Olduvai Gorge landscape, Tanzania C015 / 6429

Olduvai Gorge landscape, Tanzania C015 / 6429
Olduvai Gorge landscape, Tanzania. This gorge (also called Oldupai Gorge) is famous for the fossils discovered here of extinct hominins that form part of the human evolutionary tree

Background imageLakes Collection: Picture No. 11071698

Picture No. 11071698
Children swimming - Lake Tanganyika, Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania. Date

Background imageLakes Collection: Lake Natron, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

Lake Natron, Tanzania, East Africa, Africa

Background imageLakes Collection: Africa, Tanzania, Mahale Mountains National Park. Sunset on Lake Tanganyika

Africa, Tanzania, Mahale Mountains National Park. Sunset on Lake Tanganyika

Background imageLakes Collection: Adenium obesum in Lake Natron area, Northern Tanzania, with the active volcano Ol Doinyo

Adenium obesum in Lake Natron area, Northern Tanzania, with the active volcano Ol Doinyo Lengai (Oldoinyo Lengai) in the background

Background imageLakes Collection: Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano, Lake Natron, Tanzania

Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano, Lake Natron, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: Dr. Livingston, I presume? British explorer Henry Morton Stanley (1841-1904) found Dr

Dr. Livingston, I presume? British explorer Henry Morton Stanley (1841-1904) found Dr
NWI4846649 Dr. Livingston, I presume? British explorer Henry Morton Stanley (1841-1904) found Dr. David Livingstone (1813-1873) on November 10, 1871, in Ujiji

Background imageLakes Collection: Shipping on lake Tanganika on the border of Tanzania, Burundi, Congo and Zambia in Africa

Shipping on lake Tanganika on the border of Tanzania, Burundi, Congo and Zambia in Africa, engraving, 19th century
1753095 Shipping on lake Tanganika on the border of Tanzania, Burundi, Congo and Zambia in Africa, engraving, 19th century; (add.info.: Shipping on lake Tanganika on the border of Tanzania, Burundi)

Background imageLakes Collection: A herd of Burchell's Zebras, Equus Quagga Burchellii, drinking at Hidden Valley lake

A herd of Burchell's Zebras, Equus Quagga Burchellii, drinking at Hidden Valley lake
A herd of Burchell's Zebras, Equus Quagga Burchellii, drinking at Hidden Valley lake. Ndutu, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: Map of a Portion of Africa, showing...Cameron's Route from the East to the West Coast...1876

Map of a Portion of Africa, showing...Cameron's Route from the East to the West Coast...1876
Map of a Portion of Africa, showing Lieut. V.L. Cameron's Route from the East to the West Coast, 1876. A Map of the entire width of Africa

Background imageLakes Collection: The Graphic Stanley Number; Ujiji, Near Lake Tanganyika where Sanley met Livingstone

The Graphic Stanley Number; Ujiji, Near Lake Tanganyika where Sanley met Livingstone, 1890 Creator: Unknown
The Graphic Stanley Number; Ujiji, Near Lake Tanganyika where Sanley met Livingstone, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 41. January to June, 1890

Background imageLakes Collection: Fischers Lovebird (Agapornis fischeri) perched in tree in lodge garden, Lake Manyara

Fischers Lovebird (Agapornis fischeri) perched in tree in lodge garden, Lake Manyara, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: 20062758

20062758
TANZANIA West Great Lakes Region Woman refugee working in a cassava field carrying her baby on her back while hoeing.Refugees from the Congo

Background imageLakes Collection: 20062747

20062747
TANZANIA West Great Lakes Region Refugees making gambions to prevent water erosion. Base of structure is stone filled wire cages covered with earth.Refugees from the Congo

Background imageLakes Collection: 20062724

20062724
TANZANIA West Great Lakes Project Refugee with cabbage seedlings in Self Reliance Project community garden.The Congo Burundi and Rwanda Zaire

Background imageLakes Collection: 20062740

20062740
TANZANIA West Great Lakes Region Refugee children eating maize porridge. Refugees from the Congo and Rwanda fleeing conflict in Burundi Zaire

Background imageLakes Collection: 20062733

20062733
TANZANIA West Great Lakes Region Mkugwa Refugee Camp. Distribution of food aid supplying cornmeal from the United States of America. The Congo Burundi and Rwanda Zaire

Background imageLakes Collection: 20062745

20062745
TANZANIA West Great Lakes Region Refugee making traditional woven baskets. Refugees from the Congo and Rwanda fleeing conflict in Burundi Zaire

Background imageLakes Collection: Leopard (Panthera pardus) female climbing an Acacia tree, Serengeti / Ngorongoro Conservation

Leopard (Panthera pardus) female climbing an Acacia tree, Serengeti / Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) near Ndutu, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: Map of East Africa, First World War, (c1920). Creator: John Bartholomew & Son

Map of East Africa, First World War, (c1920). Creator: John Bartholomew & Son
Map of East Africa, First World War, (c1920). Map showing colonial possessions including the Belgian Congo, British East Africa, German East Africa, Northern Rhodesia and Portuguese East Africa

Background imageLakes Collection: Stanley s... Meeting with Emin Pasha, April 29, 1888, at Kavalli... (1901). Creator: Unknown

Stanley s... Meeting with Emin Pasha, April 29, 1888, at Kavalli... (1901). Creator: Unknown
Stanleys Journey through Unknown Central Africa, 1887-1890: His Meeting with Emin Pasha, April 29, 1888, at Kavalli, on Lake Nyanza, (1901)

Background imageLakes Collection: Livingstone... : The Great Missionary-Explorer found by Stanley, 1870, (1901). Creator: Unknown

Livingstone... : The Great Missionary-Explorer found by Stanley, 1870, (1901). Creator: Unknown
Livingstones Exploration of Lake Tanganyika: The Great Missionary-Explorer found by Stanley, 1870, at Ujiji, (1901). The historic meeting between Henry Morton Stanley (1841-1904)

Background imageLakes Collection: Lions (Panthera leo) five drinking together, Ndutu, Tanzania

Lions (Panthera leo) five drinking together, Ndutu, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: Sunset over the Virunga Mountains of the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda with the rural

Sunset over the Virunga Mountains of the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda with the rural settlements dotting
A dramatic sunset with big cumulus storm clouds over the Virunga Mountains of the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda with rural settlements dotting the lush green landscape

Background imageLakes Collection: Lioness (Panthera leo) chasing away Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) Serengeti / Ngorongoro

Lioness (Panthera leo) chasing away Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) Serengeti / Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) near Ndutu, Tanzania

Background imageLakes Collection: Aerial view of Lake Natron, Rift Valley, Tanzania, Africa, August 2009

Aerial view of Lake Natron, Rift Valley, Tanzania, Africa, August 2009

Background imageLakes Collection: Tanzania with borders and mask

Tanzania with borders and mask
Color satellite image of Tanzania, with borders and mask

Background imageLakes Collection: Tanzania with borders

Tanzania with borders
Color satellite image of Tanzania and neighbouring countries, with borders

Background imageLakes Collection: Tanzania with mask

Tanzania with mask
Color satellite image of Tanzania, with mask

Background imageLakes Collection: Tanzania and neighbouring countries

Tanzania and neighbouring countries
Color satellite image of Tanzania and neighbouring countries

Background imageLakes Collection: Africa, Tanzania, Mahale Mountains National Park. Sunset on Lake Tanganyika

Africa, Tanzania, Mahale Mountains National Park. Sunset on Lake Tanganyika

Background imageLakes Collection: The 'Ol Doinyo Lengai'volcano at sunrise, Arusha Region, Tanzania

The "Ol Doinyo Lengai"volcano at sunrise, Arusha Region, Tanzania
The " Ol Doinyo Lengai" volcano at sunrise, Arusha Region, Tanzania. An active volcano in the Gregory Rift, south of Lake Natron

Background imageLakes Collection: africa, Tanzania, Natron Lake area. The beautiful flowers of the bushmen poison

africa, Tanzania, Natron Lake area. The beautiful flowers of the bushmen poison, used by the bushmen for the arrows



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Lakes Collection

Lakes in Tanzania are a major source of water for the country and its people. They can located in the Great Rift Valley, which is home to some of the largest and deepest lakes in Africa. Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Tanzania, covering an area of 68,800 square kilometers, and is also one of the main sources of fresh water for many countries in East Africa. Other large lakes include Lake Tanganyika, Lake Nyasa and Lake Rukwa. These lakes provide important habitats for fish species such as tilapia and catfish, as well as other aquatic life including hippos and crocodiles. The waters from they can also used for irrigation purposes by local farmers who rely on them to grow their crops. Lakes play an important role in providing food security to Tanzanians and supporting their livelihoods.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Lakes collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art and framed prints that showcase the natural beauty of Tanzania, Africa. Our collection features breathtaking images of various lakes in Tanzania, including Lake Victoria, Lake Manyara, and Lake Tanganyika. Each print captures the unique colors and textures of these bodies of water, from the deep blues to the vibrant greens. The Lakes collection offers a range of sizes and framing options to suit any decor style or space. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or an accent for your office, there's something in our collection for everyone. These high-quality prints are perfect for nature lovers who want to bring a touch of African beauty into their homes. They also make great gifts for anyone who appreciates fine art photography or has a connection to Tanzania. The Lakes collection is a must-see for anyone seeking beautiful and inspiring wall art.
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What are Lakes (Tanzania Africa) art prints?

Lakes art prints are high-quality reproductions of stunning photographs or artwork depicting the beautiful lakes found in Tanzania, Africa. These prints showcase the natural beauty and diversity of these bodies of water, which include Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika, and many others. The images capture the unique colors and textures of each lake, from crystal-clear waters to vibrant blue hues. These art prints are perfect for anyone who loves nature photography or wants to add a touch of African beauty to their home decor. They make great gifts for friends and family members who have visited Tanzania or have an interest in African culture. We offer a wide selection of Lakes art prints in various sizes and formats. You can choose from framed or unframed options depending on their preferences. Each print is carefully produced using high-quality materials to ensure that it will last for years to come.
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What Lakes (Tanzania Africa) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of beautiful art prints featuring the stunning lakes of Tanzania, Africa. These prints capture the natural beauty and serenity of these bodies of water, showcasing their crystal-clear waters and surrounding landscapes. Some popular options include prints featuring Lake Victoria, which is not only the largest lake in Tanzania but also one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world. Other popular choices include Lake Tanganyika, known for its clear blue waters and diverse aquatic life, as well as Lake Manyara with its pink flamingos and tree-climbing lions. Whether you're looking for a serene landscape to hang on your wall or a unique gift for someone who loves nature photography, we have plenty of options to choose from. With high-quality printing techniques and materials used to create each print, you can be sure that your chosen artwork will look stunning wherever it's displayed.
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How do I buy Lakes (Tanzania Africa) art prints?

To buy Lakes art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our extensive collection of artwork online. Once you have found the print that you would like to purchase, simply add it to your cart and proceed to checkout. You will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment information before finalizing your order. We offer a wide range of sizes for their art prints, so be sure to select the size that best fits your needs. We also offer framing options for an additional fee if you prefer a ready-to-hang piece. Their Lakes art prints are created using high-quality materials and printing techniques, ensuring that each print is vibrant and long-lasting. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your home or office or a unique gift for someone special, our selection of Lakes art prints has something for everyone.
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How much do Lakes (Tanzania Africa) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Lakes art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print. Our collection includes high-quality photographic prints, canvas prints, framed prints, and poster prints. We strive to provide affordable options for all customers while maintaining the highest standards of quality. Our Lakes art prints feature stunning images captured by talented photographers who have expertly captured the beauty and essence of this breathtaking location. Whether you're looking for a small print to add some color to your home or office space or a large statement piece to make an impact in any room, we have something for everyone. We take pride in offering exceptional customer service and ensuring that our customers are completely satisfied with their purchases. If you're interested in purchasing one of our Lakes art prints, please visit our website to browse our collection today.
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How will my Lakes (Tanzania Africa) art prints be delivered to me?

We take great care in ensuring that your Lakes art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit, including sturdy cardboard tubes for rolled prints and flat-pack boxes for framed or mounted prints. All of our deliveries are made by trusted courier services who have years of experience in handling delicate items like artwork. They will ensure that your package is delivered directly to your doorstep, with tracking information provided so you can keep an eye on its progress. Once your order has been dispatched from our warehouse, you will receive an email notification confirming the delivery details. If there are any issues with the delivery or if you have any questions about the process, our customer service team is always available to help via phone or email. We hope that when you receive your Lakes art print from us, it brings joy and inspiration into your home or office space.