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Set among a forest, the Khami Ruins was established as the capital of the Torwa dynasty around 1450 (after the state of Great Zimbabwe disappeared). The architecture follows the same principals as the Great Zimbabwe Monument. Taking a guide or reading up on this history,...More
Beautiful art and stylishly built. Just 22km west of Bulawayo is situated this amazing structure with an original set up of the Rozvi homestead. If you are in Bulawayo any day you can't do without these second from Great Zimbabwe ruins.
Even if you have visited the Great Zimbabwe ruins of Masvingo, this is definitely a site to visit for lovers of archeology and historical relics. Some wall structures with the chevron pattern resemble those found at the great enclosure. There is a well laid out...More
Don't rely on google maps to get you there from Bulawayo. You need to go into the next province and follow a road that doesn't show up on maps. However it is marked by road signs.
Take walking shoes. The ruins are spread over a...More
Khami Ruins is 22 km West of Bulawayo and its a place that is still intact with remains of the early settlers of the Rozvi Kingdom . The refreshing aspect comes to it as one exits Old Khami road westwards from Bulawayo City Centre past...More
The architectural is AMAZING I felt like I was a princess a warriors QUEEN walking around there , for some reason I didn’t believe my eyes me and my friend we were speechless we stayed the entire day walking around taking our time amazed by...More
I visited this 2 years ago and there has been a great improvement - although the road from Bulawayo is worse than ever. For a UNESCO site to have such a terrible road is a disgrace. There is now a new small museum and new...More