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Country : Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe
Mosi-o-Tunya
 Mosi-o-Tunya (also known as Victoria Falls) is 1.7km wide and up to 90m high.
Zimbabwe
Mosi-o-Tunya
 The Devil's Cataract on the Zambezi River near Mosi-o-Tunya.
Zimbabwe
Mosi-o-Tunya
 One of the falls at Mosi-o-Tunya which descends over 70m.
Zimbabwe
Mosi-o-Tunya
 The sweep of the falls.
Zimbabwe
Mosi-o-Tunya
 The spectacular Mosi-o-Tunya (Victoria Falls) is set among lush vegetation.
Zimbabwe
Mosi-o-Tunya
 Spray from the falls is visible from a long way.
Zimbabwe
Mosi-o-Tunya
 Vegetation close to the falls.
Zimbabwe
Zambezi River
 The Zambezi River is one of Africa's great rivers, 3540km long.
Zimbabwe
Zambezi River
 Termite hill.
Zimbabwe
Zambezi River
 Sunset on the Zambezi River.
Zimbabwe
Zambezi River
 The Zambezi Bridge crosses a gorge to Zambia. The rainbow is caused by spray from Mosi-o-Tunya falls.
Zimbabwe
Zambezi River
 Local train to Zambia near the Zambezi Bridge.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 Hwange is the largest national park in Zimbabwe covering an area of 14,600 square kilometres.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 A water hole with impala.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 A herd of elephants.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 A herd of Burchell's Zebra.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 A female Kudu.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 White Crowned Plover.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 The curved horns of a distant Sable.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 A male Impala, an antelope with no close relatives.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 Black Wildebeest (also called Gnu) are a rare species found in southern Africa.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 A water hole next to a forest with elephants and zebra.
Zimbabwe
Hwange
 Forest with Chacma Baboons.
Zimbabwe
Bulawayo
 A view over central Bulawayo.
Zimbabwe
Bulawayo
 Musicians in Bulawayo.
Zimbabwe
Matebeleland
 Matebele village near Bulawayo.
Zimbabwe
Matebeleland
 A baobab tree. These trees are a symbol of Africa.
They live 4000 years and flower once a year for a day. They are pollinated by fruit bats.
Zimbabwe
Matebeleland
 Matebeleland is dotted with villages.
Zimbabwe
Matebeleland
 Typical Matebele house.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 Great Zimbabwe (Imba Huru) is an elliptical enclosure over 250m in circumference.
It's walls are 11m high and up to 5m thick.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 The entrance to the 11th Century Imba Huru.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 The 11m high walls are topped with zigzag patterns.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 Within the outer wall of Imba Huru.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 The inner and outer wall.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 Imba Huru is the largest masonary building in sub-Saharan Africa.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 The 10m high Conical Tower was a ceremonial structure.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 Imba Huru was a royal residence.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Imba Huru
 Curved brick walls.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Valley Complex
 Houses of workers and helpers in the Valley Complex of Zimbabwe, the largest archeological site in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Valley Complex
 Part of the Valley Complex.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 The 13th century Hill Complex.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 The Hill Complex is an area famous for its brickwork.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 The Hill Complex is 80m high.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 Large boulders.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 Structures on the Hill Complex use the natural rocks as foundations.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 The Hill Complex is a series of royal and ritual enclosures.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 13th century brickwork.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 The Hill Complex wall.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Hill Complex
 View from the hill.
Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
 The poisonous Eufobia tree at Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe
Lake Mutirikwe
 Lake Mutirikwe.
Zimbabwe
Lake Mutirikwe
 The beautiful Lake Mutirikwe is surrounded by forested banks.
Zimbabwe
Lake Mutirikwe
 Settlement at the lake.
Zimbabwe
Lake Mutirikwe
 10,000 year old San painting of an animal.
Zimbabwe
Northern Highlands
 Shona village in the northern highlands.
Zimbabwe
Northern Highlands
 Typical Shona village in the northern highlands.
Zimbabwe
Maname
 The River Ruya at the northern Shona village of Maname.
Zimbabwe
Maname
 A Shona family.
Zimbabwe
Maname
 Shona family with small children.
Zimbabwe
Maname
 Two boys.
Zimbabwe
Maname
 Total eclipse of the Sun in the village of Maname, 21 June 2001.
Zimbabwe
Harare
 African Unity Square is the centre of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe
Harare
 The Anglican Cathedral near African Unity Square.
Zimbabwe
Harare
 Man in Central Park.
Zimbabwe
Harare
 Street scene in the centre of the city.
Zimbabwe
Harare
 Harare Gardens in the centre.
Zimbabwe
Harare
 Relaxing in Harare Gardens.
Zimbabwe
Harare
 A Rozwi Totem is modelled after samples found at the Zimbabwe archeological site and now a symbol of the country, appearing on the flag.

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