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Zimbabwe is Africa's 26th largest country and it has more official languages than any other African nation. Learn more fun facts about this fascinating country.
Zambia is Africa's 17th largest country and the only one where you can swim at the edge of a waterfall. Learn more fun facts about this beautiful country.
Uganda is the 33rd largest country in Africa and home to 6 of its 10 highest mountain peaks. Learn more fun facts about this spectacular country.
Tunisia is the 35th largest and most northern country in Africa. Learn more fun facts about this fascinating country.
Togo is the 14th smallest country in Africa and is known for the Takienta mud houses of the Batammariba people. Learn more fun facts about this interesting country.
Tanzania is Africa's 13th largest country and home to its highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro. Learn more fun facts about this fascinating country.
Eswatini is Africa's 7th smallest country and its last absolute monarchy. Learn more fun facts about this unique country.
Sudan is the 3rd largest country in Africa and has the most pyramids in the world. Learn more fun facts about this historically rich country.