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“At 23:56 on 23rd October 1963, Zambians rose in reverence of the Union Jack, the de facto national flag of the United Kingdom, for the last time as it lowered, signifying the end of British rule in Zambia.”

― Precious Mwansa-Chisa

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Zambia is full of contrasts, making it the perfect destination for wildlife enthusiasts and thrill-seekers alike. But there is an abundance of heritage tourism sites waiting to be explored. As you travel throughout the country, whether for pleasure or work, keep an eye out for these historical landmarks.
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Lusaka offers a great blend of experiences for nature, art, food, culture and lifestyle enthusiasts.