Matobo Hills

Matobo Hills

exploring only few of the thousands of stone- and iron-age's cave paintings

Location: 

Matopos, Zimbabwe

Duration: 

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Visiting only few of the thousand of ancient cave paintings
  2. Red paintings from the stone-age, white from the iron-age
  3. Enjoying the scenic landscape and magical rock formations
  4. Feeling like an archeologist to explore Africainfo-icon's history
  5. Climbing up and down many flat and slippery rocks

Image sources

  1. On top of the Hill
  2. Natural rock formation
  3. Hunting animals for meat
  4. Admiring the cave paintings

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