Stock Photo - Tourists visiting the Zimbabwean side of the Victoria Falls, pictured on 30.07.2015. The Victoria Falls are the broad waterfalls of the Zambezi at the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The falls were discovered by Scottish missionary David Livingstone, who named them in honour of Britain's Queen Victoria. The Victoria Falls have been a UNESCO world heritage site since 1989. The water falls up to 110 metres across a breadth of more than 1,700 metres. Photo: Matthias Tödt | usage worldwide. - Kazungula/Zimbabwe

Stock Photo: Tourists visiting the Zimbabwean side of the Victoria Falls, pictured on 30.07.2015. The Victoria Falls are the broad waterfalls of the Zambezi at the border.

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