If you know your Freddie Mercury history, you know the Queen singer was born in Zanzibar and his birth name was Farrokh Bulsara. To coincide with the 28th anniversary of his passing on November 24th, the first-ever museum dedicated to Freddie was opened in Shangani, in the heart of Zanzibar Stone Town. Queen Productions Ltd. in the United Kingdom, is supporting the endeavor by loaning exclusive pictures of Freddie Mercury throughout different stages in his life. The museum aims to showcase a detailed accord of his birth town, his roots with the Zoroastrian religion, his childhood and upbringing in Zanzibar, followed by his schooling in Panchgani, India, and then the rest of his journey to becoming one of the greatest stars of all time.
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