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About Tsumeb
Tsumeb is one of the largest townships in the Oshikoto region in Northern Namibia. It is considered to be the gateway to the north of Namibia. This place is situated close to the famous Etosha National Park and was the regional capital of Oshikoto up until the year 2008. The total of this quaint township is about 15000 inhabitants.

Tsumeb is truly a beautiful place which allows its visitors to not only capture scenic natural moments but also impresses them with the age old architectural marvels and heritage.

While exploring the city, you can head out to Tsumeb Mining Museum which collects the mining machinery, imba and Herero artefacts, stuffed birds, H and weapons recovered from Lake Otjikoto, Tsumeb Arts & Crafts Centre which is famous for its European-Namibian leatherwork, karakul weavings, and other traditional northern Namibian arts and crafts, St Barbara’s Church famous for its fine colonial murals and an odd tower, and Helvi Mpingana Kondombolo Cultural Village which lets one explore the housing styles, cultural demonstrations and artefacts from all major Namibian traditions.

A trip to Tsumeb not only lets you explore the sightseeing places in the city but it gives you a once in lifetime experience to learn more about the culture of various Namibian Clan. It also lets the travellers capture some of the glimpses of the age old antiquity and charm.

Tusumeb has got a hot and semi arid type climate with hot summer months and mild winter months. You will have warm days and chilly nights. It is categorised into BSh as per the Koppen Geiger classification. The average annual rainfall recorded in this area is about 528 mm.
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