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The proximity to the Zambezi River and the spectacular Victoria Falls has led Livingstone to become a base for travelers from all over the world wanting to explore this Wonder of the World.

There are several Adventure Companies offering Riverboarding, White water rafting, Canoeing, Horse riding trails, Abseiling, as well as Boat cruises, Walks with lions, Elephant back safaris, Quad bikes riding, Kayaking and tours to the Victoria Falls, Mukuni Cultural Village and the places of interest in Livingstone.

In 2012, the Bullets won the Africa Cup of Nations, which was a significant event for many Zambians – see below.

Zambia’s relatively small population of over 13 million live in an area twice the size of neighbouring Zimbabwe and nearly two-thirds as big as South Africa (which has a population of over 50 million). The greatest concentrations of people live in the capital Lusaka and along a 90-mile corridor of land known as the ‘Copperbelt', where the country’s major source of revenue is mined - see Economy & Industry. However, Zambia is home to many different groups, speaking more than 72 local languages/ dialects.

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Zambia's national football team has the nickname of the Copper Bullets, because of the importance of copper in the country.

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There are six other main local languages – Nyanja/Chewa (used across the country), Kaonde, Luvale and Lunda (in the west), Tonga (in the south) and Lozi (spoken along the Zambezi).The capital was moved to Lusaka in 1935 and the bustling city has become a quiet town, but still retaining a special charm.A major event in 2011 was the installation of the town’s first set of traffic lights!amed after the famous Victorian missionary explorer, Dr David Livingstone, who explored this area extensively, Livingstone Town was established in 1905.As a major European settlement, being close to the Zambezi River crossing over to Southern Rhodesia, the town was made the capital of Northern Rhodesia in 1911.