What is there in Zambia?
Zambia has a lot to offer in the way of sightseeing. The largest attraction is in the south on the Zambezi River: The Victoria Falls. These spectacular falls are the widest in the world and are over 100 feet tall. The first white man to see them was the missionary-explorer David Livingstone. Zambia also has many national parks and other natural attractions. In the south, there are Kafue NP and Lower Zambezi NP. In the northwest, there is Liuwa Plain NP. In the north and east there are Lake Tanganyika, Shiwa Ng'andu, North Luangwa NP, and South Luangwa NP. Lusaka is the largest urban center
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It's a landlocked country in southern Africa.
Zambia lies in the south of Africa. Zambia shares its borders witha lot of countries. It neighbors the Democratic Republic of theCongo to the north, Tanzania to the north-east…, Malawi to the east,Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Namibia to the south, andAngola to the west. Zambia has no coastal line.
Zambia is a country in the continent of Africa . The Republicof Zambia was formerly known as Northern Rhodesia. It is locatedin South Central Africa. It is landlocked.
Zambia was found by a Scottish explorer, Doctor David Livingstone, while he was searching for the source of the Nile in 1855.
24th October 1964
As English is the official language your answer will be 'no'. However In Nyanja, also known as Chewa, 'Lyayi' use strongly, or 'ayi' is more polite
There is no actual desert in Zambia.
Copper, dolomite, coal, limestone and gold in small quantities.
The population of Zambia is 12,620,219 in 2008.
It is immediately south of DR Congo, and north of Zimbabwe.
Kwacha is the main currency used in Zambia.
You must mean the Zambesi, and it flows to Lake Cahora Bassa in Mozambique
What you can do in Zambia varies. Many people fish, farm, and even see each lake, river, or waterfall to view the beautiful sights.