Question: What is Zimbabwe best known for?

It is a country of superlatives, thanks to Victoria Falls (the largest waterfall in the world) and Lake Kariba (the largest man-made lake in terms of volume). National parks such as Hwange and Mana Pools teem with wildlife, making Zimbabwe one of the continents best places to go on safari.

What is the Great Zimbabwe known for?

Great Zimbabwe was a medieval African city known for its large circular wall and tower. It was part of a wealthy African trading empire that controlled much of the East African coast from the 11th to the 15th centuries C.E.

What is Zimbabwe known for producing?

Zimbabwe supplies a variety of products to SADC, chief among them tobacco, cotton, oil cake and soya beans, maize, live bovine animals, coniferous wood, cotton seeds, light manufactures and imports in exchange fuels, vehicles, explosives, chemicals machinery, plastics, paper and steel.

Why Zimbabwe is a poor country?

Why Poverty is Rampant in Zimbabwe Since Zimbabwe gained its independence in 1980, its economy has primarily depended on its mining and agricultural industries. Zimbabwes mining industry has immense potential as the country is home to the Great Dyke, the second-largest platinum deposit globally.

Whats unique about Zimbabwe?

Zimbabwe is situated in Southern Africa between the Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers. It is a country rich in natural views and fascinating landscapes, including Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world. In Zimbabwe, men with large stomach are considered wealthy.

What religion is in Zimbabwe?

According to the 2015 nationwide Demographic and Health Survey conducted by the government statistics agency, 86 percent of the population is Christian, 11 percent reports no religious affiliation, less than 2 percent adheres uniquely to traditional beliefs, and less than 1 percent is Muslim.

Is it safe to visit Victoria Falls Zimbabwe?

Victoria Falls is a safe place to visit. In Victoria Falls petty crime of course does exist as with anywhere in the world, but it is at a very low level and certainly should not deter anyone from visiting this amazing place. As a city or town goes you are safer here than many many cities around the world.

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