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ZAMBEZI RIVER

Zambezi River is the fourth longest river in Africa. The river is about 2,572 km long and its source is in Zambia. Zambezi river flows through Angola along Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe to Mozambique where it going to flow into the Indian Ocean. Zambezi River acts as a boarder which separates Zambia from other countries. Places such as Zambia and Zimbabwe uses water from Zambezi River for hydropower from the Kariba dam and also South Africa uses water in the Cabora-Bassa dam in Mozambique for electricity. The river flow South-West for about 240 km; thereafter it turns and flows south.

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This picture of Zambezi is taken in the North Western part of Zambia near Zambezi Town

ZAMBEZI RIVER: IMAGE 1

This image of the Zambezi River was taken towards from the North-East. The image was viewed using 2-D dimension. Its Co-ordinates are 15º42'56.62" S 29º24'41.11" E

ZAMBEZI RIVER: IMAGE 2

This image of the Zambezi River was taken towards the North-East. The image was viewed using 2-D dimension but zoomed in. Its Co-ordinates are 15º41'26.35" S 29º26'59.57" E

ZAMBEZI RIVER: IMAGE 3

This image of the Zambezi River was taken towards the North-West. The image was viewed using 3-D dimension. Its Co-ordinates are 15º40'05.94" S 29º26'20.03" E

ZAMBEZI RIVER: IMAGE 4

This image of the Zambezi River was taken towards the North-East. The image was viewed using 3-D dimension but zoomed in. Its Co-ordinates are 15º41'23.28" S 29º26'40.05" E