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___ Satellite View and Map of the City of Harare, Zimbabwe
Image: Samwise Gamgee
Searchable Map of Harare using Google Earth DataSatellite view is showing Harare the largest city and the national capital of Zimbabwe. Harare is located in the northeastern part of the country in Mashonaland East Province, it lies at an elevation of 1483 m. Until 1982 the city was known as Salisbury.
Harare has a city population of about 1.6 million inhabitants, 2.8 million live in its metropolitan area. Official language is English.
Harare is seat of Zimbabwe's government and the site of the University of Zimbabwe, the largest institution of higher education in thr country.
Just zoom in (+) to see the Parliament Building at Africa Unity Square.
The Map shows a city map of Harare with expressways, main roads and streets, Harare International Airport (IATA Code: HRE) is located south of the city.
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Friday-December-20 13:33Time Zone: South African Standard Time (SAST)
|Google Map: Searchable Map and Satellite View of Harare, Zimbabwe.
|City Coordinates: 17°51′50″S 31°1′47″E
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