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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Black Wildebeest / White-tailed Gnu - Mature bull. Endemic in South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland

Black Wildebeest / White-tailed Gnu - Mature bull. Endemic in South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland
ASW-4289 Black Wildebeest / White-tailed Gnu - Mature bull. Mountain Zebra National Park, Eastern Cape, South Africa Connochaetes gnou Endemic in South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Female Nyala (Tragelaphus angasii), Mkhaya Game Reserve, Swaziland, Africa

Female Nyala (Tragelaphus angasii), Mkhaya Game Reserve, Swaziland, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Prince Charles meets the King of Swaziland, King Mswati III

Prince Charles meets the King of Swaziland, King Mswati III, on an official visit to the country. 29th October 1997

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) with young offspring, Mlilwane nature reserve

Roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) with young offspring, Mlilwane nature reserve breeding programme, Swaziland, Southern Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: South Africa: Swaziland (colour litho)

South Africa: Swaziland (colour litho)
8645883 South Africa: Swaziland (colour litho) by Peers, Charles Ernest (1875-1944); Private Collection; (add.info.: Swaziland)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Reference Map of Map of South Africa

Reference Map of Map of South Africa
South Africa is located in southern Africa. South Africa is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean, Lesotho and eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) in the eastern portion of South Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A worker sorts avocados at a farm factory in Nelspruit in Mpumalanga province

A worker sorts avocados at a farm factory in Nelspruit in Mpumalanga province, about 51 miles (82 km) north of the Swaziland border, South Africa, June 14, 2018. Picture taken June 14, 2018

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A zebra feeds its young at the Mlilwane game reserve in Swaziland

A zebra feeds its young at the Mlilwane game reserve in Swaziland September 02, 2006. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (Swaziland) - GM1DTKHVLBa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Prince Charles in Swaziland on an official visit to the country

Prince Charles in Swaziland on an official visit to the country, On the left is the King of Swaziland, King Mswati III. The woman on the right is Swazilands Queen Mother

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Map of South Africa, c1914, (c1920). Creator: John Bartholomew & Son

Map of South Africa, c1914, (c1920). Creator: John Bartholomew & Son
Map of South Africa, c1914, (c1920). Map of the southern tip of Africa at the start of the First World War, showing German South-West Africa (later Namibia)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: South Africa with borders

South Africa with borders
Color satellite image of South Africa and neighbouring countries, including Lesotho and Eswatini (former Swaziland)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: South Africa

South Africa
Color satellite image of South Africa and neighbouring countries, including Lesotho and Eswatini (former Swaziland)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Eswatini with mask

Eswatini with mask
Color satellite image of Eswatini, with mask

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Eswatini with borders

Eswatini with borders
Color satellite image of Eswatini and neighbouring countries, with borders

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Eswatini with borders and mask

Eswatini with borders and mask
Color satellite image of Eswatini, with borders and mask

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Eswatini

Eswatini
Color satellite image of Eswatini and neighbouring countries

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Africa, Southern Africa, South Africa, Swaziland, Black rhinoceros

Africa, Southern Africa, South Africa, Swaziland, Black rhinoceros

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Swaziland country map

Swaziland country map
2011 edition

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Swazi Shield, c. 1870 (hide, lion fur, feathers & wood)

Swazi Shield, c. 1870 (hide, lion fur, feathers & wood)
HSC193933 Swazi Shield, c.1870 (hide, lion fur, feathers & wood) by African School; height:168 cm; Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: DDE-90022145

DDE-90022145
Mbabane, Swaziland. Tranquil scenery in the Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary Date: 28/05/2005

Background imageRelated Images Collection: DDE-90022144

DDE-90022144
Mbabane, Swaziland. Wild animals in the Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary. On the hippo farm, you can often see the hippo's cooling off in the water or relaxing in the sun, up close. Date: 28/05/2005

Background imageRelated Images Collection: DDE-90022143

DDE-90022143
Mbabane, Swaziland. Wild animals in the Milwane Wildlife Sanctuary. On the hippo farm, you can often see the hippo's cooling off in the water or relaxing in the sun, up close. Date: 28/05/2005

Background imageRelated Images Collection: With the Joint Commissionin Swaziland; The Queen of the Swazies, drawn from life, 1890

With the Joint Commissionin Swaziland; The Queen of the Swazies, drawn from life, 1890. Creator: Unknown
With the Joint Commissionin Swaziland; The Queen of the Swazies, drawn from life, 1890

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The British and Transvaal Commission in Swaziland, South Africa (engraving)

The British and Transvaal Commission in Swaziland, South Africa (engraving)
1047083 The British and Transvaal Commission in Swaziland, South Africa (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Prince of Wales among the savages of Africa (colour litho)

The Prince of Wales among the savages of Africa (colour litho)
2777660 The Prince of Wales among the savages of Africa (colour litho) by Beltrame, Achille (1871-1945); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Prince of Wales among the savages of Africa)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Boer and British Shots, a Friendly Trial of Skill in Swaziland (engraving)

Boer and British Shots, a Friendly Trial of Skill in Swaziland (engraving)
1626790 Boer and British Shots, a Friendly Trial of Skill in Swaziland (engraving) by Wollen, William Barnes (1857-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Boer and British Shots)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Swazi Queen in Conference with the British and Transvaal Commissioners (engraving)

The Swazi Queen in Conference with the British and Transvaal Commissioners (engraving)
1626770 The Swazi Queen in Conference with the British and Transvaal Commissioners (engraving) by Wollen, William Barnes (1857-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A Store in Swaziland, South-East Africa (engraving)

A Store in Swaziland, South-East Africa (engraving)
1596072 A Store in Swaziland, South-East Africa (engraving) by Wollen, William Barnes (1857-1936) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Store in Swaziland, South-East Africa)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The Future of South Africa, View of Bremersdorp, the Proposed Capital of Swaziland

The Future of South Africa, View of Bremersdorp, the Proposed Capital of Swaziland
1062421 The Future of South Africa, View of Bremersdorp, the Proposed Capital of Swaziland, showing the Present Government Buildings (engraving) by English School

Background imageRelated Images Collection: The British Colonial Empire: The Kings African Rifles

The British Colonial Empire: The Kings African Rifles
3697392 The British Colonial Empire: The Kings African Rifles, Our Allies in the Colonies (colour litho) by English School

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A Human Bridge in Swaziland, the Queen crossing a Swollen Stream (litho)

A Human Bridge in Swaziland, the Queen crossing a Swollen Stream (litho)
1039888 A Human Bridge in Swaziland, the Queen crossing a Swollen Stream (litho) by Haenen, Frederic de (1853-1928); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Human Bridge in Swaziland)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Charles, Prince of Wales, arrives in Swaziland, wearing a flower garland of carnations

Charles, Prince of Wales, arrives in Swaziland, wearing a flower garland of carnations and gypsophila around his neck. 29th October 1997

Background imageRelated Images Collection: SWAZILAND STORE 1889

SWAZILAND STORE 1889
Traders and natives meet outside a store in Swaziland, south-east Africa. Date: 1889

Background imageRelated Images Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20099351

EyeUbiquitous_20099351
Swaziland, Young Girl Collecting water with watering cans

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20025334

20025334
SWAZILAND General Red yellow and blue painted housing built on a concreted hillside

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Bullock Waggon Crossing a Drift on the Umbelois River-Swaziland, 1902. Creator: Donald McCracken

Bullock Waggon Crossing a Drift on the Umbelois River-Swaziland, 1902. Creator: Donald McCracken
Bullock Waggon Crossing a Drift on the Umbelois River-Swaziland, 1902. The Mbuluzi River known as the Umbeluzi, an important river in Mozambique augmented by various tributaries before its waters

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Hippos in the river, Mkhaya Game Reserve, Swaziland

Hippos in the river, Mkhaya Game Reserve, Swaziland

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Imbabani, the spot where the Prince Imperial fell, 1895. Creator: Unknown

Imbabani, the spot where the Prince Imperial fell, 1895. Creator: Unknown
Imbabani, the spot where the Prince Imperial fell, 1895. This is possibly the grave of King Mbandzeni at Mbabane in Swaziland

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Wayside Store in Swaziland, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Wayside Store in Swaziland, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Wayside Store in Swaziland, c1900. From " South Africa in Peace and War" edited by C. Lang Neil. [Miles & Miles, London]

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) calf, hand reared, Endangered species, Mkhaya Game Reserve

Black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) calf, hand reared, Endangered species, Mkhaya Game Reserve, Swaziland

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Africa, Southern Africa, South Africa, Swaziland, Hlane Royal National Park, Black

Africa, Southern Africa, South Africa, Swaziland, Hlane Royal National Park, Black rhinoceros

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Swaziland - Native Swazi in Traditional Dress

Swaziland - Native Swazi in Traditional Dress
Native Swazi in Traditional Dress, Swaziland. Captioned Swazi Girl Date: 1900s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Girl from Swaziland - Southern Africa

Girl from Swaziland - Southern Africa Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Satellite view of Southern Africa

Satellite view of Southern Africa
Stunning view of South Africa. The arid, rugged Great Karoo runs along the southern coast where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Charles, Prince of Wales, arrives in Swaziland, wearing a flower garland of carnations

Charles, Prince of Wales, arrives in Swaziland, wearing a flower garland of carnations and gypsophila around his neck. 29th October 1997

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Prince Charles meets the King of Swaziland, King Mswati III

Prince Charles meets the King of Swaziland, King Mswati III, on an official visit to the country. 29th October 1997

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Prince Charles talked to this tree wishing it good luck as he planted it outside

Prince Charles talked to this tree wishing it good luck as he planted it outside the Parliament in Swaziland

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Prince Charles in Swaziland October 1997 in the village of Gundvwini where the people

Prince Charles in Swaziland October 1997 in the village of Gundvwini where the people for the first time got its own water supply



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