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The Holy '''Archdiocese of Irinoupolis''', also known as Dar es Salaam, is a [[diocese]] under the [[jurisdiction]] of the Greek Orthodox [[Church of Alexandria|Patriarchate of Alexandria]] and All Africa. Its territory includes the [[parish]]es and missions located in the countries of Tanzania, and the Seychelle Islands.
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The Holy '''Archdiocese of Irinoupolis''', also known as Dar es Salaam, is a [[diocese]] under the [[jurisdiction]] of the Greek Orthodox [[Church of Alexandria|Patriarchate of Alexandria]] and All Africa. Its territory includes the [[parish]]es and missions located in the countries of Tanzania, and the [[Seychelles]] Islands.
  
 
When the diocese was originally established in 1959, its jurisdiction included Tanzania, Kenya, and [[Uganda]]. At that time Metropolitan Nicholas established his [[see]] in Kampala. Since that time the [[archdiocese]] has been divided, with the formation of the [[Archdiocese of Kampala and All Uganda]]  in 1995 and the [[Archdiocese of Kenya]] in 2001.
 
When the diocese was originally established in 1959, its jurisdiction included Tanzania, Kenya, and [[Uganda]]. At that time Metropolitan Nicholas established his [[see]] in Kampala. Since that time the [[archdiocese]] has been divided, with the formation of the [[Archdiocese of Kampala and All Uganda]]  in 1995 and the [[Archdiocese of Kenya]] in 2001.

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The Holy Archdiocese of Irinoupolis, also known as Dar es Salaam, is a diocese under the jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria and All Africa. Its territory includes the parishes and missions located in the countries of Tanzania, and the Seychelles Islands.

When the diocese was originally established in 1959, its jurisdiction included Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda. At that time Metropolitan Nicholas established his see in Kampala. Since that time the archdiocese has been divided, with the formation of the Archdiocese of Kampala and All Uganda in 1995 and the Archdiocese of Kenya in 2001.

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