The bordering countries around Zimbabwe are South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia, and Botswana.
Victoria falls is a large waterfall Found in Zimbabwe
Here is a small video over the Victorian falls.
Here you can see some local hippos grazing in Lake Kariba
Another large body of water is Lake Kariba. It is one of the biggest Lakes in Zimbabwe
This is a short video of Lake Kariba.
Place: A location can be absolute as in coordinates of a map using latitude and longitude, or a location can be relative, as in next door, nearby, or in the same general location as another location. Place. A place is an area that is defined by everything in it.
There are a lot of natural resources found in Zimbabwe but some more important than others. The natural resources of Zimbabwe are coal, chromium ore, asbestos, gold, nickel, copper, iron ore, vanadium, lithium, tin and the platinum group metals.
Here is a multiple mine found in Zimbabwe. It is used to find coal, diamonds, gold and many other natural resources found in the ground.
Here is a small video for mining.
Vanadium is one of the most found natural elements found in Zimbabwe
Lithium is rare but a natural element found in Zimbabwe
Chromium is another natural element found in Zimbabwe
Nickel is a natural metal found in caver of Zimbabwe.
Along with Nickel, copper is found in deep grounds of Zimbabwe
Iron ore is another alkali earth metal found in Zimbabwe.
Some culturalgroups found in Zimbabwe are the Ndebele and Kalanga groups. They speak Sindebele.
Here is a celebration of the Ndebele tribe.
This tells the worshipped story of the Ndebele tribe.
The Ndebele tribe is known for their bright colors and beautiful designs.
The Ndebele tribe believe that neck stretching is a common religious tradition between women.
The majority religion in Zimbabwe is Protestant Christianity and Roman Catholicism.
Here is a small Zimbabwean church.
SinceZimbabwe's independent movie the came to pass most of the Roman Catholic Churches were abandoned or tore down.
Most Zimbabwe women soon dedicated their life's to becoming ministers after the independence movement.
Some important holidays celebrated in Zimbabwe is their Independence Day on April 18th. They also celebrate Easter the same date as us. They do not have a Christmas like we do but they have a day to celebrate Christ and his sacrifice.
Most people in Zimbabwe hang this rug up on their home doors to celebrate Independence Day.
Zimbabwe Easter is not like ours. Normally they harvest flowers and try to then sell them via street market.
On their Easter they get a free day from school to go to church and celebrate Jesus and have treats.
Zimbabwe has a Republic Semi-presidential gouvernment A semi-presidential system is a system of government in which a president exists alongside a prime minister and a cabinet, with the latter two being responsible to the legislature of a state.
The President of Zimbabwe deals with exterior problems involving Zimbabwe.
This is the prime minister Robert Murgabe. He will remain in office until death or he is voted out.
Human Inviornment Interaction: Refers to the ways people change their environment and how the environment changes them.
There are many kinds Maize/corn is the staple food crop in Zimbabwe, with Millet, wheat and barely also grown for the local market. Peanuts, Ground nuts, and soya beans are also commonly grown. Tobacco is one of Zimbabwe's most valuable crops. In 2009 Zimbabwe was the powerhouse of Tobacco sales.
Corn crops is a natural crop grown and exported.
Tobacco is one of the most sold crops in Zimbabwe
Here is a short video over tobacco farming in Zimbabwe.