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Harare is the capital city of Zimbabwe. It lost a lot of its shine when Zimbabwe suffered crippling economical problems, but things are now starting to look up once again for the city.
A large number of Harere's older building are in good condition. The city has a fair few places of historical and cultural interest. When it comes to museums and galleries, some of the best include the National Gallery, the National Archives, the Harare City Library, and the Queen Victoria Museum.
To see a variety of animals and birds close to the city, visit the Mukuvisi Woodlands. The zebra, giraffe, impala, wildebeest, eland, and buck are amongst the animals that call the area home.
The Chapungu Sculpture Park is a unique and fascinating place; it show cases many stone carvings created by local artists.
To enjoy sweeping city views, go to the top of Kopje Hill.
You can find international restaurants and outdoor cafes across Harare, but you should also try the local food that is eaten by people from Zimbabwe for the vast majority of meals – called sadza, it is made from maize and has a thick smushy consistency. The most popular local beer is Chibuku – it tastes better than it looks!
Harare Airport is the major entry point for flights to both the capital and to the country. Several international routes are served. There are domestic rail links and bus services, with buses also available to and from South Africa's Johannesburg. Transport within the city is mainly in the form of taxis and minibuses. Having your own means of transport is definitely recommended, and walking around after dark is strongly discouraged.
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