Zambia is a large country located in the center of southern Africa. The main feature of Zambia mountains is the Mafinga Hills, a plateau covered by high hills in the east of the country and its main mountain range. It is named after the highest and the most prominent mountain of Zambia, Mafinga Central (2,339 m / 7,674 ft), on the border with Malawi. In turn, the peak and the hills belong to the larger Kipengere Range between these two countries and Tanzania. There are hills in the western part of Tanzania, too, as well as a wide variety of terrain and natural features, including most notably the world-famous Victoria Falls, the 4th largest in the world after Niagara, Angel, and Iguazu. In total there are 2087 named mountains in Zambia.