Harare, Zimbabwe

Harare Zimbabwe

Became a Sister City: August 4,1990

Population: 1,900,000

Land Area: 872 sq km=336.68 sq

Distance from Fountain Square: 8337miles



Harare is a major cultural, commercial and educational center with many beautiful parks and gardens. Its population of 1,600,000 is multi-ethnic, making for a rich culture of peoples and languages. On the outskirts town are wildlife sanctuary Mukuvisi Woodlands, Larvon Bird Gardens (over 180 species of bird), Lake Chivero recreational park and game reserve and Ewenrigg Botanical Gardens. To learn more visit the Cincinnati Harare Sister City Website.

Sculpture Exhibit by Dominic Benhura

Krohn Conservatory

An exhibition of sculpture by internationally acclaimed artist Dominic Benhura from May 7 to June 16. Also featured are various works of stone sculptors from Zimbabwe. Themes include nature conservation, family traditions and cultural identity. Click here to see photos of several works of art.

Zvisinei Dzepasi Mamutse

Corrine Kenebrew

Dr. Cecelia Davis-Jackson

Clara Matonhodze-Strode