Zimbabwe Vector Road and Street Maps in Adobe Illustrator, PDF, and other vector formats
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Zimbabwe is a landlocked country located in Southern Africa, known for its diverse landscapes, rich cultural heritage, and historical significance. Here is a brief overview:

Capital and Major Cities:

  • Capital: Harare
  • Other Major Cities: Bulawayo, Mutare, Gweru, Masvingo


  • Zimbabwe has a population of over 15 million people.


  • English is the official language, and several indigenous languages, including Shona and Sindebele, are widely spoken.

Ethnic Groups:

  • The majority of the population consists of Shona-speaking people, with the Ndebele being the second-largest ethnic group. There are also smaller communities of various ethnicities.


  • Zimbabwe features diverse geographical features, including savannahs, mountains, and the iconic Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River. Hwange National Park is known for its abundant wildlife.

Natural Resources:

  • The country is rich in natural resources, including minerals such as gold, platinum, and diamonds. Agriculture plays a crucial role in the economy, with tobacco, maize, and cotton being important crops.


  • Formerly known as Southern Rhodesia, Zimbabwe gained independence from British colonial rule in 1980. The country experienced a period of political transition and social change.


  • Zimbabwe operates as a unitary dominant-party presidential republic. The Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) has been the dominant political party since independence.


  • Zimbabwe’s economy has faced challenges, including hyperinflation in the early 2000s. The country has since taken steps to stabilize its economy, with agriculture, mining, and tourism contributing to economic activity.

Cultural Heritage:

  • The cultural heritage of Zimbabwe is diverse, with a rich tradition of music, dance, and art. Stone sculptures, known as Shona sculpture, are internationally acclaimed for their craftsmanship and cultural significance.


  • Zimbabwe is a popular tourist destination, attracting visitors to its natural wonders, including Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park, and the Matobo Hills. The Great Zimbabwe Ruins, an ancient city built in the 11th century, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


  • Zimbabwe has faced challenges related to economic stability, land reform policies, and political issues. Efforts have been made to address these challenges and promote sustainable development.
Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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