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by Francis Akhalbey, at 04:00 pm, June 05, 2018, We Tour

Africa has the largest singular waterfall in the world and it’s beautiful [Photos]

Photo Credit: Go2Africa.com

Also known as “Mosi-oa-Tunya” in Bantu which means “The smoke that thunders”, the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls is located on the Zambezi River on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Named after Queen Victoria of Britain by David Livingstone, a Scottish explorer and missionary who was apparently the first European to view the falls on November 16, 1855. Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall in the world based on its height of 108 metres (354 ft) and width of 1,708 metres.

A statue of David Livingstone viewing Victoria Falls from the Zambia side

 

David Livingstone statue from the Zimbabwe side of the falls

Take a look at some amazing photos of Mosi-oa-Tunya below:

Photo Credit: Go2Africa.com

 

Photo Credit: Go2Africa.com

 

Photo Credit: familylegacy.com

 

Photo Credit: victoriafallstourism.org

 

Photo Credit: victoriafallstourism.org

 

Photo Credit: victoriafallstourism.org

 

Photo Credit: victoriafallstourism.org

 

Photo Credit: victoriafallstourism.org

 

Photo Credit: victoriafallstourism.org

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