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Category: Attraction :: Monument/Statue/Memorial
Khami Ruins is a National Monument located west of the Khami River, 22 km from Bulawayo City. Khami is the second largest stone built monument in Zimbabwe. It is also one of Zimbabwe's UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1986. This extensive complex of stonewalled site was once the capital of the Kindom of Butua State of Torwa dynasty. Visitors can take a short hike up to the Hill Ruins, the chief's Royal Complex. It was believed to be where the chief and his family lived. The are also a number of different pathways to take. These pathways lead to more stone platforms in the area. Zimbabwe Prehistory. (May-16) (Source: Zimfieldguide.com).
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