Away from the main road from Lusaka-Chirundu, close to Chirundu are traditional trees associated with Karoo period which are roughly 50,000 years old.
Around June 1902, a mine prospector William Collier killed an antelope and even came across a cooper outcrop around Luanshya. The
is now the Roan Antelope Mine and there is actually a monument to tag this important discovery.
It symbolizes the location whereby the aircraft transporting Dag Hammerskjold, a previous UN Secretary General got an accident during September 1961 around Ndola Forest Reserve. To be able to remember the death, a small cairn was built within the centre of a plain memorial garden and then a site museum was constructed.
This particular fort was basically just one of the very first colonial police posts found all over the country. There is a graveyard of those policemen who were in charge of the fort, located on the western side of Monze.
Over the western shore of Lake Bangweulu, to the south of Samfya, happens to be an rock extension that bears a good deal of man-made milling and grinding grooves as old as Iron Age. Probably they had been used in milling as well as polishing axes.
The giant rock carries an detailed patterned art paintings in red shade, is 96 kms out of Mporokoso in the Northern Province.
Along the junction of the rivers Lunsemfwa and Mkushi can be found place of great magnificence. The rivers did dig narrow gorges about 300m into the Karoo sedementary rocks and even brings about probably the most magnificent sights ever found in Zambia.
This place boasts rock paintings too from the early Iron age. It is actually located along the Great East highway in the township of Chipata.
Each of these engravings located in Mwense area are believed to be of great historical significance.
This particular cave found in Mpika has examples of the most
in the country. It is the site of the local museum demonstrating a intriguing pattern of life right from Stone age era until the present day Iron Age, many years now.
This church appeared to be built because of the London Missionary Society during 1895 and happens to be the earliest stone remaining church around Zambia. It was in fact built over the banks of Lake Tanganyika, on the east side of Mpulungu town.
This specific camp was in fact erected as a police camp during 1901, over the top of Kapilika Nakalomwe hill beyond the boundaries of Kafue National Park. The sketch plan of the fort can be visible on the damaged walls.
All these paintings located in Kanona can be seen clearly at the fence and any person intending to tour the cave can go for it with payment of some charge to the caretaker. The major cave has proof of being habited throughout the Stone Age.
The cave is situated just off Great North Road, 30km drive to the north of Kanona from Serenje district. The patterned prints date back close to 12,000 years and extend 20m wide, 8m high as well as 20m deep at Nsalu hill. Research shows that these caves had been at first home to middle Stone Age folks who later passed it on to the late Stone Age occupants, as by the items picked there in 1949.
This rock painting collection found there out numbers any present in any other districts of Zambia. The explanation for these types of paintings nevertheless remains unexplainable and unexplainable. The site is commonly sealed off but the paintings can be viewed even outside its gates. Entrance will be after a manageable fee per person.
As you travel along the Chambeshi River Bridge on the main road out of Mpika to Kasama, you’ll discover the place that marks the place at which General Von Lettow Vorbeck, Leader of the East African German forces agreed to a cease fire in the course of the First World War. You’ll find a monument of the breach loading gun of the German army