Namibia is located in Southern Africa. After Mongolia it is the second least populated country in the world. It’s capital and largest city is Windhoek and its population is around 2.1 million. <br />
In Namibia they speak many different languages, such as Oshivambo, Afrikaans, German, Herero, Nama/Damara and commonly, English.<br /> For many years it was known as South West Africa but got the name Namibia after the Namib desert.<br />Nationality=Namibia<br />
Namibia’s Interesting Places:<br />Estosha National Park- In Estosha National Park you can see animals such as elephants, lions, zebras and giraffes.<br />Sossusvlei- A beautiful breath-taking sea of sand dunes.<br />Fish River Canyon- The second biggest canyon in the world.<br />These are only a few!<br />
Namibia is home to some of the richest fishing grounds in the world. The main species found in Namibia are pilchards (sardines), anchovy, hake and horse mackerel. There are also smaller but magnificent quantities of sole, squid, deep-sea crab, rock lobster and tuna.<br />
Namibian food is German with South African tastes. The common food in Namibia is the Game dishes and the popular ones are mainly the kudu meat, springbok and gemsbok. Meat is usually eaten, but the special, tasty Namibian meals are: Rauchfleish (smoked meat), Biltong (air dried meat), Potjiekos (one-pot bush stew), Seafood (mainly oysters) and Game is specific animals on the BBQ.<br />
Namibian Flag<br />Blue symbolizes the clear sky, the Atlantic Ocean, water, and rain. Red represents Namibia's people and their desire for fair opportunity. White stands for peace and unity, and green symbolizes vegetation and agriculture. The sun represents power and existence.<br />
References<br />www.mapsofworld.com/flags/namibia-flag.html<br />www.talktalk.co.uk/reference/encyclopaedia/countryfacts/namibia_flag.html<br />www.focusnamibia.com/e_intplaces.htm<br />There’s another slide!<br />
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