Zimbabwe

Prayer times in Zimbabwe

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Payer Times for Cities in Zimbabwe

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05:0506:2012:0415:2117:4818:58
04:5706:1011:5715:1617:4418:53
04:5406:0711:5415:1317:4018:49
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04:5906:1211:5815:1717:4418:54
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04:5206:0611:5215:1117:3818:47
04:5606:1011:5515:1217:3918:49
04:4806:0211:4715:0617:3318:42

Prayer Times of Others Cities in Zimbabwe

About Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe, known as the 'Jewel of Africa,' is a landlocked country situated in the southern region of the continent. It's surrounded by South Africa to the south, Botswana to the west, Zambia to the north, and Mozambique to the east, covering an impressive area of 390,757 square kilometers. The country's stunning landscapes, from the highveld grasslands to the subtropical woodlands, are marked by a variety of geographical features, including the impressive Zambezi River, the Victoria Falls - one of the world's most spectacular waterfalls, and the Eastern Highlands mountain range. Harare, the capital city, is a bustling metropolis, a potpourri of contemporary architecture, scenic parks, and bustling markets. It is home to the University of Zimbabwe and the National Gallery, which showcases a rich collection of African contemporary art and traditional stone sculptures. The city of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second-largest city, offers a slower pace with tree-lined boulevards and historic buildings. The official language is English, but Shona and Sindebele are widely spoken amongst its population of approximately 15 million people. Zimbabwe's culture is a colorful tapestry of traditional beliefs and customs, primarily of the Shona and Ndebele ethnic groups, mixed with influences from the country's British colonial past. Traditional arts, music, dance, and storytelling are prominent in Zimbabwean culture, with the Mbira (thumb piano) and the vibrant Shona soft-stone sculpture globally recognized. The historic site of Great Zimbabwe, a UNESCO World Heritage site, stands as a testament to a great African civilization that existed here in the 11th century. The country's economy, primarily based on agriculture and mining, has faced significant challenges in recent decades, but Zimbabweans remain hopeful for a better future. Despite economic and political turmoil, Zimbabwe's national parks, world heritage sites, and welcoming locals make it a fascinating destination.