The University of Zimbabwe (UZ) in Harare, is the oldest and largest university in Zimbabwe. It was founded through a special relationship with the University of London and it opened its doors to its first students in 1952. The university has ten fa…
Latitude and longitude of Harare
Harare (/həˈrɑːreɪ/; officially called Salisbury until 1982) is the capital and most populous city of Zimbabwe. Situated in the north-east of the country in the heart of historic Mashonaland, the city has an estimated population of 1,606,000 (2009), with 2,800,000 in its metropolitan area (2006). Administratively, Harare is a metropolitan province, which also incorporates Chitungwiza town and Epworth.
Latitude: -17° 49' 39.79" S
Longitude: 31° 03' 12.13" E
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Harare International Airport (IATA: HRE, ICAO: FVHA) is an international airport in Harare, Zimbabwe. It is the largest airport in the country and serves as the base of Air Zimbabwe.
The Eastgate Centre is a shopping centre and office block in central Harare, Zimbabwe whose architect is Mick Pearce. Designed to be ventilated and cooled by entirely natural means, it was probably the first building in the world to use natural cool…
The Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) is the national intelligence agency or "secret police" of Zimbabwe.
Harare Sports Club is a cricket, rugby, tennis, golf and, squash ground in Harare, Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority, (ZESA) officially called ZESA Holdings (Pvt) LTD., is a state-owned company whose task is to generate, transmit, and distribute electricity in Zimbabwe. It has organized this task by delegation to its subsidiar…
The Balancing Rocks are geomorphological features of igneous rocks found in many parts of Zimbabwe, and are particularly noteworthy in Matopos National Park and near the township of Epworth to the southeast of Harare. The formations are of natural o…
Mbare is a high-density, southern suburb of Harare, Zimbabwe.
The National Sports Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium, in Harare, Zimbabwe, with a capacity of 60,000 people. It is used mostly for football matches, but is also used for rugby union. CAPS United F.C.
Ruwa is a town in Mashonaland East, Zimbabwe, situated 22 km south-east of Harare on the main Harare-Mutare highway and railway line. It serves as a small administrative and trading centre for the surrounding mixed farming area.
Epworth is a settlement in south-eastern Harare. It is the home of some famous balancing rocks and very beautiful place.
Borrowdale is a wealthy residential suburb in the north of Harare, Zimbabwe.The area is made up of Borrowdale West, Borrowdale, Helensvale, Borrowdale Brook, Crowhill Views to the North and Pomona. The suburb has a plush shopping area in the centre …
Highfield is a high-density suburb in Harare, Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) is a distance education university in Zimbabwe. Established in 1999, it is the only distance education university in the country. Student enrollment at ZOU has been growing steadily from the time of its formation a…
St Ignatius College, is a high school near Harare, Zimbabwe.
Rufaro Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Harare, Zimbabwe and home to Dynamos F.C.. It is currently used mostly for football matches.
The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) is a gallery in Harare, Zimbabwe, dedicated to the presentation and conservation of Zimbabwe's contemporary art and visual heritage. The original National Gallery of Rhodesia was designed and directed by Frank …
Mount Pleasant is the name of a residential suburb in the northern part of Harare, Zimbabwe. It is the home of the University of Zimbabwe, Mount Pleasant School, North Park Primary School and Northwood Seventh Day Adventist School.