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Zimbabwe has 4 world heritage sites – what does this mean?

A world heritage site is an area of great value to human kind. The international organisation UNESCO uses a set of rules to determine whether an area should be declared a World Heritage Site

There are two types of World heritage sites

Cultural Sites
These sites are usually masterpieces of human creativity or say something about human values. They often serve as a picture of peoples traditions, and may feature architecture and technology peculiar to them. See Great Zimbabwe

Natural Sites
Natural sites feature historically important remains and tell us about the past, for example rock formations or fossils. If an area is particularly beautiful or has unique rock formations or rich fauna and flora and is especially worthy of preservation – it may be declared a world heritage site See Victoria Falls, Mana Pools National Park and Matobo Hills
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