Zimbabwe It is one of the most important countries in the African continent. With a culture that dates back thousands of years and the gift of natural beauty, Zimbabwe is capable of delighting anyone. Long ago, the country was known as Southern Rhodesia. Its name changed and went from being Rhodesia to Zimbabwe Rhodesia. The country is currently known as the Republic of Zimbabwe.
In 1987, Mugabe it amended the Constitution and abolished certain political positions to form an executive presidential system. There have been several uprisings against government dominance, as elections have always been assumed to take place through malpractice such as fraud. Zimbabwe is in the extreme south-east of Africa. The country is located between two African rivers, the Zambezi and the Limpopo.
The surface Zimbabwe's total occupies a total of 390,580 square kilometers of which 3,910 square kilometers are covered by water bodies and 386,670 square kilometers are flat land. The Earth It is formed by a rich diversity of terrain in the form of savanna grasslands, forests, granite mountains, moors, rivers and lush green fertile plains.
Zimbabwe has always been known as a rich source of ivory and gold. Even today, in its lands you can find abundant mines of gold, copper, iron ore, nickel, platinum, lithium, etc. Have a tropical climate moderate. The heaviest rains occur between November and March year after year. It is clear that Zimbabwe is a perfect destination to discover for the most adventurous.
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