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Belvedere, Harare

Belvedere, Harare
Belvedere, Harare
Belvedere, Harare

Coordinates: 17°49′39″S 31°00′43″E / 17.82750°S 31.01194°E / -17.82750; 31.01194Coordinates: 17°49′39″S 31°00′43″E / 17.82750°S 31.01194°E / -17.82750; 31.01194

Country Zimbabwe
Province Harare
District Harare
Elevation 1,490 m (4,890 ft)
Time zone SAST (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) not observed (UTC+2)

Belvedere, Harare is a suburb of Harare, the capital city and the largest metropolitan area of Zimbabwe.


Belvedere lies to the west of Harare's central business district and connects the center of the city to the more western suburbs of Warren Park, where the National Sports Stadium is located. The travel distance from downtown Harare to Belvedere is approximately 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) by road.[1] The coordinates of Belvedere, Harare are:17 49 39S, 31 00 43E (Latitude:-17.8275; Longitude:31.0120).[2]


There is a sizable Asian community of Indian and Pakistani origin in the area. There are two colleges, Harare Institute of Technology and Belvedere Teachers' College. FBC Bank, one of Zimbabwe's 17 licensed commercial banks, has a branch in Belvedere.[3]


External links

  • Location of Belvedere Teacher's College At Google Maps
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