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 zimbabweinfo-icon (ancient stone towns in Southern Africainfo-icon)
  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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