Lüderitz

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conditions. For example, they are smaller than conventional hourses, can go without water for days at a time and urinate less than conventional horses. Several theories abound as to their heritage. Some say that they are remnants of the German Imperial Army abandoned during WWI. Others speculate that they are descendants from a shipwreck cargo. Follow the sign post north of the B4 about twenty kilometer west of Aus. Buy Fish is the best thing available. Eat Luderitz is a center for rock


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of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Sailing Speed Record Council (WSSRC). In 1984 Lüderitz was the starting point for explorer and sailor Amyr Klink's successful solo crossing of the Atlantic Ocean, Watercraft

rowing rowing for 101 days all the way to the Brazilian coast with no other form of propulsion. In October 2011, Turkish adventurer Erden Eruç left Lüderitz for the final ocean crossing of his solo human-powered circumnavigation of the Earth


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mm 1 Nov precipitation mm 0 Dec precipitation mm 1 year precipitation mm source 1 World Climate Guide. World Climate Guide date August 2011 Sport Lüderitz is home to the Lüderitz Speed Challenge, the only international sporting event held in the town. This is an annual month-long speed sailing event held in the last quarter of the year under the auspices


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in population numbers. From 1920 onwards, diamond mining was only conducted further south of town in places like Pomona (Pomona, Namibia) and Elizabeth Bay (Elizabeth Bay, Namibia). This development consequently led to the loss of Lüderitz' importance as trade place. Only small fishing enterprises, minimal dock activity, and a few carpet weavers remained. In an effort to remove colonial names from the maps of Namibia, the Namibian government in 2013 renamed


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Verhältnisse in Swakopmund, zu denen sich Tecklenburg äußerte, stellten keine Ausnahme dar. Noch schlimmer lagen die Verhältnisse im Konzentrationslager auf der Haifischinsel vor Lüderitzbucht, dem größten Gefangenenlager. Dort wurden sowohl Herero wie Nama interniert und ihrem Schicksal überlassen. Die Inhaftierung auf de." reprinted in Jürgen Zimmerer ''Deutsche Herrschaft über Afrikaner: Staatlicher Machtanspruch und ... '' (2004). Page 46. commons:Lüderitz


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of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Sailing Speed Record Council (WSSRC). commons:Lüderitz


building industry

Bay and Swakopmund in Namibia, bordering on the desert, are the main settlements in the area. *Keetmanshoop – Johann Keetman (German trader) *Lüderitz – Adolf Lüderitz *Schuckmannsburg – Bruno von Schuckmann A further characteristic of the Region is the harbour town of Lüderitz and its fishing and boat building industry, the diamond areas along the coast, both on and off shore, with Oranjemund as the main centre, mining enterprises in the southern part of Namibia

(Klein Karas area, Rosh Pinah), the Kudu Gas field in the Atlantic Ocean near Lüderitz and small-scale industries in Lüderitz and Keetmanshoop. A further characteristic of the Region is the harbour town of Lüderitz and its fishing and boat building industry, the diamond areas along the coast, both on and off shore, with Oranjemund as the main centre, mining enterprises in the southern part of Namibia (Klein Karas area, Rosh Pinah), the Kudu Gas field


sporting event

mm 1 Nov precipitation mm 0 Dec precipitation mm 1 year precipitation mm source 1 World Climate Guide. World Climate Guide date August 2011 Sport Lüderitz is home to the Lüderitz Speed Challenge, the only international sporting event held in the town. This is an annual month-long speed sailing event held in the last quarter of the year under the auspices of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Sailing Speed Record Council (WSSRC). commons:Lüderitz


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colonialization in Namibia can also be seen in the Lutheran Church (Evangelical Lutheran Church in Namibia), which is the largest religious denomination in the country. Amyr Klink was the first person to row across the South Atlantic, leaving from Lüderitz, Namibia (Lüderitz) on 10 June 1984 and arriving 100 days later in Salvador, Brazil (Salvador,_Bahia) on 18 September 1984. commons:Lüderitz

Lüderitz

'''Lüderitz''' is a harbour town City of Windhoek Cooperations and Partnerships in southwest Namibia, lying on one of the least hospitable coasts in Africa. It is a port developed around Robert Harbour and Shark Island (Shark Island, Namibia).

The town is known for its colonial architecture, including some Art Nouveau work, and for wildlife including seal (seal (mammal))s, penguins, flamingos and ostriches. It is also home to a museum, and lies at the end of a decommissioned railway line to Keetmanshoop.

In 2013, it was reported that Lüderitz was renamed into ''ǃNamiǂNûs''. This pertains only to the constituency (ǃNamiǂNûs Constituency), though. "Lüderitz renaming misunderstood – Shangala." ''Namibian Sun.''

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