Khami Ruins

Khami Ruins

sweating a lot while exploring the stone ruins of an ancient zimbabwe city

Location: 

Khami Rd, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Duration: 

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Khami Ruins, an ancient stone city with a very small museum
  2. One of many zimbabwe (ancient stone towns in Southern Africa)
  3. Built and inhabited by Bantu people between 14 and 16th century
  4. Allegedly all stone walls were only decorative, not protective
  5. Sweating a lot while walking up and down the stone ruins

Image sources

  1. Ruins with some view
  2. New lake with a dam
  3. Game carved in stone
  4. Decorative wall
  5. King's residence...

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