What is the Latitude and Longitude on Zambia?
Latitude of Zambia is:-15 and Longitude of Zambia is: 30
Zambia is an African country located in the southern part of the continent. Francisco de Lacerda was the first European to have visited the country in the 18th century. David Livingstone followed him few years later and is still respected in the country, as he was the person who ended the slave trade in the country.
Zambia is a landlocked country and is located at the geographical coordinates of 15 South and 30 East. Zambia is spread over an area of 752,618 square kilometres, making it the 39th largest country in the world followed by Burma. It is the 71st most populous nation in the world with a population of 12,935,000 according to 2009 census. Zambia shares its boundaries with Malawi in the east, Angola in the west, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia in the south and Democratic Republic of Congo in the north. Lusaka is the capital and the largest city of the country.
Zambia is home to the largest falls in the world, Victoria Falls. There are also large river basins flowing in the country that include Zambezi River Basin and Congo River Basin. Some of the rivers that originate from these basins are River Kabompo, River Luangwa, River Kafue and River Zambezi among few others. Eastern Zambia has an extensive geography of Valleys, plateaus and rivers.
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