Ziwa
32°38′E / 18.133°S 32.633°E / -18.133; 32.633Ziwa, or Ziwa ruins (formerly Van Niekerk ruins after Major Pompey Van Niekerk who was second in command of the Afrikaner Corps) i...
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Portuguese ruins in Zimbabwe
Location of Portuguese Ruins in ZimbabwePortuguese ruins in Zimbabwe are scattered across the Northern part of Zimbabwe. They were left by the Portuguese who were present in Zimbabwe as earl...
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Mtshabezi Dam
Mtshabezi Dam is a reservoir on the Mtshabezi River, Zimbabwe with a capacity of 11.4 Mm. After the completion and commissioning of a pipeline linking it to Mzingwane dam in 2013. Mtshabezi dam became...
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Showground, Bulawayo
The Showground was a cricket ground in Bulawayo, Matabeleland, Zimbabwe, attached to the complex known today as the Trade Fair Showgrounds. Today the ground no longer functions for cricketing purposes...
Mutare Sports Club
Mutare Sports Club was formerly known as Umtali Sports Club and is the home ground to the Manicaland province cricket team which hosts first class cricket. The venue is more famous for its off-field c...
Rufaro Stadium
Rufaro Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Harare, Zimbabwe and home to Dynamos F.C.. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium has an official capacity of 45,000 people.FIFA t...
Danamombe
Danamombe (formerly Dhlo-Dhlo or Ndlo Dlo) is a Zimbabwean archaeological site, about eighty kilometres from Gweru, in the direction of Bulawayo and about 35 kilometres south of the highway. It is not...
Charles Prince Airport
Charles Prince Airport, formerly named Mount Hampden and renamed after former airport manager Charles Prince (who was a Royal Air Force officer during World War II), is located approximately 8 km nort...
Naletale
Naletale (or Nalatale) are ruins located about 25 kilometres east of Shangani in Matabeleland north, Zimbabwe and just north of the Dhlo Dhlo ruins.The ruins are attributed to the Kalanga Torwa State ...
Manjirenji Dam
Manjirenji Dam, formerly known as Lake McDougal, lies in south eastern Zimbabwe, east of Masvingo. It was built to provide irrigation water to the farming estates on the lowveld to the southwest, aro...
Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences
The Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences, formerly the Queen Victoria Museum is a museum in Harare, Zimbabwe. The museum contains the seven hundred-year-old Lemba artifact ngoma lungundu, which some beli...
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First Floor Gallery Harare
First Floor Gallery Harare is Zimbabwe’s first contemporary emerging artist run gallery. The gallery is dedicated to supporting the professional and career development of the new generation of contemp...
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