Namibia is a country in southwest Africa with 2.1 million inhabitants. The republic has a coastline with the Atlantic Ocean in the west. Neighboring countries are Angola, Zambia, Botswana and South Africa. The rivers of Kunene, Okavango and Zambezi form the border with Angola and Zambia. The Orange River forms the border with South Africa. Another important river is the Nossob. Kalahari desert is located in the east. The Namib desert with red sand dunes lies on the coastline. In the northwest there is savannah landscape. In between lies a mountain plateau. There is a desert climate. The capital Windhoek has 240,000 inhabitants. Sights are the Trans Namib Transport Museum, the German colonial buildings, the Tintenpalast parliament building, the Alte Fest castle and the Christuskirche, which is entirely made of sandstone. Other important cities are Keetmanshoop, Lüderitz, Rehoboth, Swakopmund and Walvisbaai. The water source in Damaraland, the Twyfelfontein, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Other attractions include the big five, the Himba’s, Etosha National Park, Waterberg Plateau Park, the Vis River Canyon, the port town of Walvis Bay, Cape Cross with its fur seals, the Skeleton Coast, the Welwitschia, the Playground of the Giants and Koolmanskop.

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