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the pier at Walvis Bay    "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

the pier at Walvis Bay "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

flamingos at Walvis Bay Yacht Club    photo: Robert Schilder

flamingos at Walvis Bay Yacht Club photo: Robert Schilder

#Walvis Bay streetmap

#Walvis Bay streetmap

map of #Walfish #Bay

map of #Walfish #Bay

Namibia | Interactive Map

Namibia | Interactive Map

a distant view on Walvis Bay     "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

a distant view on Walvis Bay "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

narra fruit      "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

narra fruit "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

desert tree      "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

desert tree "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

bones on the beach   "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

bones on the beach "The destiny of Walfish Bay" - Macdonald, William, 1875-1935

Walvis bay - the Port     Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Walvis bay - the Port Image and video hosting by TinyPic


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pelican Walvis Bay    photo: Robert Schilder

pelican Walvis Bay photo: Robert Schilder

flamingos at Walvis Bay Yacht Club    photo: Robert Schilder

flamingos at Walvis Bay Yacht Club photo: Robert Schilder

Herero Genocide Nama Genocide

Herero Genocide Nama Genocide

passing Lüderitz  photo: Robert Schilder

passing Lüderitz photo: Robert Schilder

Jim Naughten's perspective on the Herero tribe, Namibia

Jim Naughten Herero Tribe Series [Namibia]

Jim Naughten's perspective on the Herero tribe, Namibia

Schützgebeit, Lüderitz, Namibia

Schützgebeit, Lüderitz, Namibia

The present Restricted Diamond Area is also called the Sperrgebiet National Park (proclaimed in 2008) and stretches from the southern border of the Namib Naukluft Park to the Orange River, the border of Namibia and South Africa. It covers an area of 26.000 km² and is crossed by the national road B4 from Keetmanshoop to Lüderitz. The road to Lüderitz is open for the public but for a visit of Kolmannskop a permit is required. This also applies for visits to Oranjemund in the far south.

The present Restricted Diamond Area is also called the Sperrgebiet National Park (proclaimed in 2008) and stretches from the southern border of the Namib Naukluft Park to the Orange River, the border of Namibia and South Africa. It covers an area of 26.000 km² and is crossed by the national road B4 from Keetmanshoop to Lüderitz. The road to Lüderitz is open for the public but for a visit of Kolmannskop a permit is required. This also applies for visits to Oranjemund in the far south.

The ambitious Vogelsang further negotiated with Captain J F von Bethanien the purchase of land, and it was here that he duped him by exploiting the fact that Frederiks used the British Mile (1,608km), whereas Vogelsand the German Geographical Mile (7,149km). This was inclusive of the coastline 80km North of Angra Peqeuna to the mouth of the Orange River 320km and 32km. inland.  Price was 500 BP Sterling in Gold and 60 Wesley Richards rifles. A remarkable piece of land known as…

The ambitious Vogelsang further negotiated with Captain J F von Bethanien the purchase of land, and it was here that he duped him by exploiting the fact that Frederiks used the British Mile (1,608km), whereas Vogelsand the German Geographical Mile (7,149km). This was inclusive of the coastline 80km North of Angra Peqeuna to the mouth of the Orange River 320km and 32km. inland. Price was 500 BP Sterling in Gold and 60 Wesley Richards rifles. A remarkable piece of land known as…

'Bastard Schmiede' ('bastard blacksmith ...)

'Bastard Schmiede' ('bastard blacksmith ...)

surviving Herero circa 1907

surviving Herero circa 1907

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