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Flag of the Week: Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe  is a landlocked country of southern Africa. It shares a 125-mile border on the south with the Republic of South Africa and is bounded on the southwest and west by Botswana, on the north by Zambia, and on the northeast and east by Mozambique. The capital is Harare (formerly called Salisbury). Zimbabwe achieved majority rule and internationally recognized independence in April 1980 following a long period of colonial rule and a 15-year period of white-dominated minority rule, instituted after the minority regime’s so-called Unilateral Declaration of Independence (UDI) in 1965.

Zimbabwe has three official languages: English, Shona, and Ndebele. It also has many different cultures which may include beliefs and ceremonies, one of them being Shona (which is its largest ethnic group as well).The Shona people have many sculptures and carvings which are made with the finest materials available. Read more on Wikipedia.

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