|Diana's vow paintings,Rusape|
This is one of the two Rock Art National Monuments in Eastern region. The remaining portion of this complex but detailed painting is one of the finest and unique examples of Zimbabwean Rock Art. The main scene depicts two long friezes of human figures embellished with white pigment dots and stripe details. Several are masked and surrounding these is a wealth of detail depicting domestic artefacts, edible fruits, and items such as baskets with handles, skins bows, quivers and so on. There are two main traditions represented at Diana’s Vow hill. There is the early Iron Age pottery of Ziwa and the Inyanga terrace tradition. This is a unique site, which should be preserved for future generations. The rock art site and stonewalls on the hill are well preserved.