Swaziland

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Swaziland

  1. 1. Swaziland<br />
  2. 2. Fast Facts<br />*Capital: Lobamba<br />*Bordered by South Africa and Mozambique<br />*Area: 17,364 square kilometers (slightly smaller than New Jersey)<br />*Language: English and SiSwati<br />*Government: Absolute Monarchy<br />*Population: 1,185,000 (2009 estimate)<br />
  3. 3. Prehistoric rock paintings found in Swaziland!<br />Khoisan hunter-gatherers were the first inhabitants.<br />Name comes from King Mswati I.<br />Dictated by British rule in 19th and 20th century<br />Gained independence on September 6, 1968.<br />History<br />
  4. 4. Sishwala<br />Sncwancwa<br />Sitfubi<br />Siphuphesetindlubu<br />Emasietinkhobetemmbila<br />Emasiemabele<br />Food<br />For more foods, and info about the foods listed, Visit Here<br />
  5. 5. An absolute monarchy<br />King: Mswati III<br />Indlovukazi: Queen Ntombi<br />Prime Minister: Barnabas SibusisoDlamini<br />Deputy Prime Minister: Themba N. Masuku<br />Government<br />
  6. 6. Mainly mountains<br />Lowest point: Great Usutu River<br />Highest point: Emlembe<br />Landlocked. Nearly completely surrounded by South Africa<br />Geography<br />
  7. 7. Hlane Royal National Park<br />Ngwenya Glass Factory<br />White water rafting<br />Mlilwane Hogs and Hippo Trail<br />Royal Swazi Spa<br />What to do in Swaziland<br />

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