In a country with a population of just over 3 million, Zimbabwe is home to one of the world’s largest populations of weddings, but its population also includes people of various religions, ethnicities, and nationalities.
In addition, Zimbabweans also make up a significant proportion of visitors to the country, and the country has a long history of celebrating weddings.
In the wake of the 2008 economic crisis, Zimbabwe experienced a massive influx of people, but most of them were tourists who wanted to celebrate their new lives.
According to The Economist, about 60% of Zimbabweans consider themselves religious and 30% of the population identifies as Muslim.
As a result, Zimbabwe has a wide range of religious practices and traditions, and there are many wedding venues throughout the country.
A couple in Zimbabwe can attend weddings in the country’s capital, Harare, or the capital city of Harare.
For example, there is a wedding ceremony that can be held in a chapel or a temple.
For many Zimbabweans, there are more traditional options that can only be seen in the countryside, such as in the city of Maseru, where the ceremony can be conducted in a church or a mosque.
In many rural areas, a traditional ceremony is held at a cemetery or in a traditional village.
For those who are traveling, there may be a small town that is not very large, but it has a strong presence of wedding photographers and wedding vendors.
As of February 2018, the country is home in more than 20 provinces, with more than 30 different provinces with wedding ceremonies.
For more information about Zimbabwe, visit the official countrywide tourism website.