The Rebublic of Zambia is a 752614 km² landlocked country in southern Africa and is characterised by rugged terrain and diverse wildlife. The seat of government is in Lusaka and the system of government is a unitary presidential constitutional republic. In Zambia live 18.4 people (as of 2018), most of whom belong to the ethnic group "Bemba".
The official national currency is the "Zambian kwacha" (ZMW). The most commonly spoken languages (official languages) are English, Bemba, Nyania and Lozi. The vast majority of the population professes Christianity.
Zambia is home to numerous well-known national parks, game reserves and nature reserves such as the Bangweulu, Blue Lagoon or the Kafue. Zambia is also famous for the Victoria Falls located on its border with Zimbabwe.
Rebublic of Zambia