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About Windhoek
Windhoek happens to be the capital city of Namibia which is located in the central highlands in the famous Khomas Highland Plateau area. It is situated at an elevation of about 1700 meters above the sea level at the geographical centre of the city.

Windhoek being the capital city is considered to be one of the  most sought after places to visit in Namibia as it is the centre for politics, culture, and economics . It houses the headquarters of nearly all governmental and educational institutions. The city was initially built in the year 1840 but due to destruction it was founded a second time in the year 1890 by Imperial German Army Major Curt Von Francois.

In the course of your visit, you must think of spending time at the popular attractions of the city like Christuskirche (Christ Church) which is very much famous for its stained-glass windows and Art Nouveau architectural style, Heroes’ Acre which celebrates the Namibian independence and national identity, Alte Feste (Old Fort) which was once upon a time an old German Fort and now a museum, Parliament Gardens which is home to some of the lush and pristine flora.

There are loads of things to do during your visit to the capital city of Namibia, Windhoek. You can think of heading to Christuskirche to seek blessings from the almighty as well as explore the neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque architecture, shop from about 40 independent shops selling products from the local artists and artisans,  gain a true insight into the lives of Namibia’s urban people at Katutura Township, and the list goes on.

Windhoek gets over 300 sunny days every single year and it experiences a hot semi-arid type climate according to the climate classification of Koppen. The average annual temperature in this place is recorded at 18 degree celsius. Windhoek experiences a mild temperature all through the year due to the influence of its altitude. The hottest month in this region is the month of December and coldest month in this region is the month of July. The average annual rainfall is recorded at 367.4 millimeters.
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