The total area of Namibia is 824292 square kilometers
And it ranks 34th in the world in terms of area According to the data released in 2021, the total population of Namibia is 2550226 people. Only 3 people per square kilometer live in this country
56% of Namibians live in cities and 44% live in rural areas Namibia’s location is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Zambia, Angola, Botswana, and South Africa. Namibia is also called the land of young people
Because the average age here is only 22 years The young generation here has the biggest hand in today’s development The people of this country are very hardworking which is why so many foreign companies are investing in this country. Namibia is a country in Africa with deserts everywhere That is why it is said that this country is named after the desert The Namir Desert is considered to be the oldest desert in the world
And Namibia was named after him. The desert is said to be about 80 million years old Even the people living in this desert today are proud of the fact that they still have an identity because of this desert. The people of Namia are more literate than other African countries.
Women are highly respected in this country. The good thing about this country is that it is not considered as weak as other African countries The people of Namibia are known on the list of smiling people in the world The faces of the people of this country are always smiling The people of Namibia are very good-natured and mild-tempered The number of human beings in this country is almost non-existent while the number of animals in this country is more than you think This country is no less than a paradise for wildlife workers There are many animals in this country that are not found anywhere else in the world That’s why most of the world’s animal video makers shoot in this country
Kolmanskop is a city in Namibia where no one lives Which has become a place of entertainment nowadays
There was a time when diamonds were sought here. It was a time when the city was considered the richest city in the world
It is now called a ghost town There are houses built in this city but no one lives in these houses
The houses in this city are full of sand and no one wants to go to these houses tonight.
And nowadays this city has been turned into a tourist destination. Until 1990, the country was known as South Africa In 1990, Namibia was granted the status of an independent country It is said that the people of this country do not like the people of South Africa.
Namibia has the best roasted food in the world Whoever eats the spicy food of this country then goes through this country In Namibia, chilli spices and spicy spices are also preferred In Namibia, there is a tribe called the Hamba, whose women bathe only once in their lives When they get married Women of this tribe are forbidden to use water Even these women are not allowed to wash clothes
The currency used in Namibia is the Namibian Dollar
The official language of Namibia is English. Other languages spoken include African, German, Fana, Ceruzi and Thambo. Fifty percent of the country’s population belongs to the Ombo race While 9.5% of Ango 8% of Coloreto, other ethnic groups are included 87.9% of Namibia’s population is Christian 1.6% of Namibia’s population has no religion And the rest of the population is followers of other religions Namibia’s total GDP is 11 11.38 billion. The per capita here is 4371 US dollars
Fun facts about Namibia
Namibia calling code+264
Namibia’s domain name is NA The national bird of Namibia is the fish eagle The national animal of Namibia is the Orex Scaly Town Ghost is also located in Namibia It is said that thousands of bones will be seen scattered here This is a very scary place Seeing this area, one is astonished and frightened
Because there are only bones lying here This is the country where most Hollywood movies are shot Namibia also has the largest number of documentaries on birds and animals
The world’s largest underwater lake is also in Namibia
The Prime Minister of Namibia is a woman
It is the only country in Africa to have a woman Prime Minister And he has been Namibia’s elected prime minister since 2015
The people of Namibia do not speak harshly to anyone