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Chiremba Balancing Rocks
4.9/5
24 Reviews
兰兔子2015Zimbabwe is that since independence, the colonists have a good foundation, but when the colonists left, they began to tear down the station, and the new managers had no experience. As a result, they got worse and worse until they lost their own country’s currency. Through traveling, through the use of money in this country, you can gain insights, get an accurate estimate of your country, and have a basic prediction of your own future. I said that the use of coins is a very important aspect of tourism.
Great Zimbabwe
4.2/5
26 Reviews
事事随缘Zimbabwe-Feel the real poverty Zimbabwe is one of the top ten countries on the list of the poorest countries in the world. Here, you can truly appreciate what is impoverished. Although they have always shown smiling faces, it seems more helpless. The terrible inflation rate has completely collapsed the country’s economy. Many children have even suffered from malnutrition and famine. Now with the assistance of the international community and humanitarians, the situation has slowly changed. See the world freely
National Gallery of Zimbabwe
4/5
10 Reviews
关裕年guanyunianIn 2010, our family went to Zimbabwe again, and still went to the world-famous Livingston Falls, but things are not humans, this country’s currency no longer exists, so-called not is worthless, the world’s highest denomination paper currency is already here The country was born, and then it became the dollar. A country can’t even keep its own currency, you can imagine how bad the country’s situation is...
Natural History Museum
4.5/5
5 Reviews
Museum
煊煊煊煊The Natural History Museum, located on Leopold-Tacavilla Avenue in Bulawayo, opened to the public in 1964. It is the largest and best museum in Zimbabwe. The museum houses 75,000 exhibits, including specimens of wildlife and cultural relics that record the history of Zimbabwe. The Natural History Museum houses the second largest elephant specimen in the world.
The Nesbitt Castle
4.5/5
4 Reviews
Castle
昵称sailingThe inside is free to visit, but some rooms are for office use and are not open. The area and scale are not as big and majestic as expected, but they are also exquisite. There are many animal specimens in it, which are very good. It is worth visiting.
Matobo Hills
5/5
2 Reviews
Geological Sites
_We***58such an amazing experience❤️❤️

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Chiremba Balancing Rocks
Chiremba Balancing RocksHarare,Zimbabwe

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Great Zimbabwe
Great Zimbabwe,Zimbabwe

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National Gallery of Zimbabwe
National Gallery of ZimbabweHarare,Zimbabwe

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Natural History Museum
Natural History MuseumBulawayo,Zimbabwe

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The Nesbitt Castle
The Nesbitt CastleBulawayo,Zimbabwe

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Matobo Hills
Matobo HillsHarare,Zimbabwe

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