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A thundering mist

Nation: Zambia
National Day: 24.10.00



Mosi o Tunya - the thundering mist - is how the Victoria Falls are called in Zambia. From a distance of thirty kilometres, you can see the mists of the spraying Zambezi water over the world's biggest waterfall. At the stand of Zambia, you get an impression of the majestic beauty of the natural spectacle: water is constantly trickling across a huge photo of the falls behind glass.

With its motto "Tourism for a Sustainable Development", Zambia does not only present natural parks and game reserves but above all the rich customs and the art of its multi-ethnic population. This ranges from a presentation of the traditional Nalikwanda procession on the Zambezi and traditional dances to modern plastics and graphics.

EXPOSEEUM - The Museum of World Exhibitions, Hanover, Expo Plaza 11
Open every Sunday from 11 to 16