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Zambezi
Zambesi, Zambeze
River
Zambezi River at junction of Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe & Botswana.jpg
The Zambezi River at the junction o Namibie, Zambie, Zimbabwe an Botswana
Nickname: Besi
Kintras Zambie, Angolae, Namibie, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique
Soorce Zambezi Source Naitional Forest
 - location Ikelenge Destrict, North-Wastren Province, Zambie
 - elevation 1,500 m (4,921 ft)
 - coordinates 11°22′11″S 24°18′30″E / 11.36972°S 24.30833°E / -11.36972; 24.30833
Mooth Indian Ocean
 - coordinates 18°34′14″S 36°28′13″E / 18.57056°S 36.47028°E / -18.57056; 36.47028Coordinates: 18°34′14″S 36°28′13″E / 18.57056°S 36.47028°E / -18.57056; 36.47028
Lenth 2,574 km (1,599 mi)
Basin 1,390,000 km2 (536,682 sq mi) [1][2]
Discharge
 - average 3,400 m3/s (120,070 cu ft/s) [1][2]
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The Zambezi (an aa spelled Zambeze an Zambesi) is the fowert-langest river in Africae, the langest east flowin river in Africae an the lairgest flowin intae the Indian Ocean frae Africae.

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