Must see attractions in Zimbabwe

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    Church of St Francis of Assisi

    The Church of St Francis of Assisi was constructed between 1942 and 1946 by Italian POWs to commemorate 71 of their compatriots who died in Zimbabwe…

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    Nyamandhlovu Viewing Platform

    A driving loop via Main Camp will take you to Nyamandhlovu Pan, with the high-rise Nyamandhlovu Viewing Platform overlooking a water hole popular with…

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    Mutare Museum

    Definitely worth popping your head in to see what exhibit is showing at the time. The museum also has a permanent collection of vintage cars, artefacts…

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    Eland Sanctuary

    While you'd be very lucky to spot any elands these days, it's still worth the trek up here for splendid views of the mountainous surrounds. It's 4km north…

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    EAG Art Museum

    Only worth a stop if you've got time to kill, this multilevel museum has its moments with displays of mildly interesting ZImbabwean cultural artifacts…

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    Chiremba Balancing Rocks

    Balancing rocks can be found in many places in Zimbabwe, but these are probably the most famous. They're located 13km southeast of Harare, off Chiremba Rd…

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    Vumba Botanical Gardens & Reserve

    Established in the 1940s, these botanical gardens comprise 64 hectares of indigenous and introduced plants. The lush grounds are a pleasant place to walk…

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    Chimanimani Anglican Church

    This historic church featuring lovely stained-glass windows, and believed to be several centuries old, was shipped here from London in 1960.

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    Bumbusi Ruins

    Located about 70km from Hwange town, on the edge of the national park, are these remote and neglected large stone-wall ruins believed to date from the…

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    Anglican Cathedral

    Designed by notable British architect Sir Herbert Baker in 1913, this attractive sandstone church wasn't built for another 50 years.

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    Ngwethla Picnic Site

    A section along the Ngwethla driving loop that regularly offers a good variety of wildlife to see.