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National Heroes Acre
National Heroes Acre is a national monument in Harare, Zimbabwe. It stands to commemorate the fallen soldiers and guerrillas fighters of the Rhodesian Bush War. The monument is heralded by the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier that consists of a bronze statue of three guerrillas (one female and two male), a 40 meter high Eternal Flame and two walls engraved with murals depicting some major events of Zimbabwean history. One can also visit a nearby museum dedicated to the rise of African nationalism and the anti-colonial struggle.
The National Gallery of Zimbabwe
The National Gallery of Zimbabwe is home to a vivid collection of historically significant artifacts, photographs, images and documents besides some international exhibitions and an open-air Shona soft-stone carving. These artifacts are made by several renowned Zimbabwean and International artists. The National Gallery of Zimbabwe changes its exhibits every month.
National Archives of Zimbabwe
Harare’s National Archives of Zimbabwe is a home to a vast collection of several Rhodesian and African documents, diaries, notebooks, reports and photographs. It was founded in mid-1930s and is considered to be an extensive source of information for those looking to research or know more about Zimbabwean history. Some highlights of displays of National Archives of Zimbabwe are on the pre-colonial Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Liberation War and several original newspaper clippings related to significant historical moments like the first Union Jack flag raised in Harare in 1890.
National Botanic Garden of Zimbabwe
Established in 1902, National Botanic Garden of Zimbabwe showcases the majority of 750 vegetation species found in the country. It is located in Harare City Centre in the suburb of Alexandra Park and is spread across 2.7 square miles. These gardens are home to most of the 750 indigenous plant species that are found in Zimbabwe. National Botanic Garden of Zimbabwe is home to several rare and endangered species, plus plants imported from South America, India, Australia and the Far East.