The Kabwata Cultural Village is located along Burma road in the heart of Lusaka. Its a home of about 72 crafts men and woodcarvers. 

The Lusaka Culture village is a historical site of the capital city Lusaka. These small mud houses were occupied by the low skilled Zambian workers built by the British during the Colonial era. It was reserved and made a historical site that will let people see how people lived long time ago. Now, it is part of the tourist at traction in Lusaka and it has been made into a small market were you will find all sorts of crafts and  wood carvings. 

If you are visiting Zambia and you are in Lusaka, care to pass through this place and admire the real art of Zambia. Its a good place to actually get a present for your beloved ones. If you love art like me, you will definitely like this place.

Have a pleasant view and enjoy the shopping


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