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Top 5 Historic Sites You Must Visit in Zambia. Read More




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Located in Western Monze, Fort Monze is one of the many forts spread across the country that were once used by colonialists as police posts. Inside the structure, there is a graveyard of colonial policemen who were in charge of the fort. The site is classified as a national monument of Zambia. The fort sits on 60 square yards with significantly high, sloping, grass-covered, earthen fortifications, and several huts that served as police cells and living quarters.

 

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Located 160 kilometers from Mkushi Boma, Lunsemfa Wonder Gorge is six kilometers south of Lunsemfwa Power Area. The site offers one of the most magnificent sceneries you will ever find in Zambia; the converging point of Lunsemfwa River and Mkushi River. The two rivers cut narrow gorges over 300 meters into the Karroosedimentary rocks, offering a spectacular view of nature’s phenomena.

 

 

 

Located 160 kilometers from Mkushi Boma, Lunsemfa Wonder Gorge is six kilometers south of Lunsemfwa Power Area. The site offers one of the most magnificent sceneries you will ever find in Zambia; the converging point of Lunsemfwa River and Mkushi River. The two rivers cut narrow gorges over 300 meters into the Karroosedimentary rocks, offering a spectacular view of nature’s phenomena.

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Demonstrating a fascinating configuration of life right from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, Nachikufu Cave holds some of the most intriguing rock art and paintings in Zambia. The cave is located in Brachystegia forest and features semi-naturalistic paintings and schematic paintings that include two elephants, an antelope, and two human figures armed with bows.

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Located in the city of Ndola in northern Zambia, Copperbelt Museum is always busy with local and foreign visitors who come to learn about the country’s copper mining history. It is packed with vestiges that were collected hundreds of years ago. The museum also includes a gift shop, which is packed with souvenirs. The property is protected by Zambia’s Heritage Department.

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Formerly known as David Livingstone Memorial Museum, Livingstone Museum is the largest and the oldest museum in Zambia. It is located in Livingstone near Victoria Falls. The site offers a collection of relics that tell the local history and prehistory, including musical instruments, photographs, and personal belongings of David Livingstone, a Scottish Congregationalist pioneer medical missionary and explorer.

BY FREDRICK NGUGIBY

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