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
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