Zambia is a landlocked country in southern Africa and is home to over 18 million people. It is bordered by many countries, including Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia. Zambia is a highly diverse country, with over 73 different ethnic groups. The country is rich in natural resources such as copper, cobalt, and uranium. The official language is English, but there are also 73 local languages spoken in Zambia. The capital of Zambia is Lusaka and the country is divided into 10 provinces. Zambia is known for its exotic wildlife, such as elephants, lions, leopards, and rhinos. It is also home to some of Africa's most spectacular scenery, such as the world's largest waterfall, Victoria Falls. With its unique culture and stunning landscapes, Zambia is a great destination for any traveler.
1) Zambia is bordered by which 3 countries?
2) What is the capital of Zambia?
3) What is the official language of Zambia?
4) What is the biggest lake in Zambia?
5) What is the currency of Zambia?
6) What is the name of Zambia's president?
7) How many provinces are there in Zambia?
8) What is Zambia's largest city?
9) What is the natural resource Zambia is known for?
10) What is the official flag of Zambia?
11) What is the national bird of Zambia?
12) How many official religions are there in Zambia?
13) What is Zambia's literacy rate?
14) What is the main tribal group in Zambia?
15) What is the second biggest river in Zambia?
16) What is Zambia's traditional music called?
17) What is the most popular sport in Zambia?
18) What is the national anthem of Zambia?
19) What is the official motto of Zambia?
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