Synonyms for keetmanshoop or Related words with keetmanshoop

otjiwarongo              gobabis              karibib              grootfontein              okahandja              outjo              ondangwa              swakopmund              karasburg              mariental              vryburg              kigoma              omaruru              rundu              eenhana              usakos              mpika              nylstroom              oshakati              mulilo              thabazimbi              tzaneen              mchinji              oshikango              mpulungu              karonga              otavi              katima              ebolowa              kitale              ongwediva              lephalale              mpanda              mkushi              vaalwater              zeerust              komatipoort              modimolle              ellisras              magaliesburg              mbalmayo              bukoba              iringa              oranjemund              songea              otjimbingwe              lydenburg              tsumeb              moanda              mbeya             

Examples of "keetmanshoop"
The Keetmanshoop VOR-DME (Ident: KTV) is on the field. The Keetmanshoop non-directional beacon (Ident: KT) is located off the threshold of Rwy 04.
Keetmanshoop Urban is a constituency in the ǁKaras Region of Namibia. Its population is 14,945. It comprises the city of Keetmanshoop, except the Krönlein suburb.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Keetmanshoop () is a diocese located in the city of Keetmanshoop in the Ecclesiastical province of Windhoek in Namibia.
Member: Bishop Phillip Pöllitzer, OMI, Bishop of Keetmanshoop
Expansion of the Air Base at Keetmanshoop is planned.
Keetmanshoop Airport is an airport serving Keetmanshoop, a city in the ǁKaras Region of Namibia. The airport is located about northwest of the town. It has customs and immigration services and is home to the Namibia Aviation Training Academy (NATA).
Keetmanshoop is also an important center of the Karakul sheep farming community.
Keetmanshoop Railway Station is a railway station serving the town of Keetmanshoop in Namibia. It was erected in 1908. when the territory was colonised by Imperial Germany. It is part of the TransNamib Railway, and is located along the Windhoek to Upington line that was inaugurated in 1915 and connects Namibia with South Africa. Keetmanshoop also has a junction to Seeheim and Aus, completed in 1908.
Keetmanshoop is governed by a municipality council that has seven seats.
The Democratic Party of Namibia is a political party in Namibia, launched in July 2008 at Keetmanshoop.
The springs are located approximately 200 km south of Keetmanshoop or about 120 km west of Karasburg.
Aroab is a village with a population of approximately 5,000 in the ǁKaras Region of southern Namibia. It is situated about south-east of Keetmanshoop on the edge of the Kalahari desert; the average annual rainfall is about 150-200mm. Aroab is the district centre of the Keetmanshoop Rural electoral constituency.
Mariental is a city of 10,000 inhabitants in south-central Namibia, lying on the B1 national road north of Keetmanshoop and southeast of Windhoek. It lies at an elevation of . Mariental is connected to the TransNamib railway line from Windhoek to Keetmanshoop. The town and the surrounding area are in a hot, arid region.
Keetmanshoop Rural is an electoral constituency in the ǁKaras Region of Namibia. It contains the Krönlein suburb of Keetmanshoop and the villages of Koës and Aroab, the settlements of Seeheim and Klein Karas, as well as several farming communities in the area. The constituency office is situated in Aroab.
In 1911, nine tender locomotives were placed in service by the "Staatsbahn Lüderitzbucht-Keetmanshoop" (Lüderitzbucht-Keetmanshoop State Railway). After the first World War, all nine locomotives came onto the roster of the SAR, where they were referred to as the eight-coupled tenders.
The ǁKaras Region, also spelled !Karas Region, is the southernmost and least densely populated of the 14 regions of Namibia, its capital is Keetmanshoop. The name assigned to the region reflects the prominence of the Karas mountain range in its southern part. The ǁKaras region includes the magisterial districts of Keetmanshoop, Karasburg, Bethanie and Lüderitz.
In 1909, a branch was constructed to Karasburg in the south from a junction at Seeheim, to the west of Keetmanshoop. Between 1910 and 1912, the North-South Railway or "Nord-Südbahn", which connected with the "Südbahn" at Keetmanshoop, was constructed jointly by the German Imperial and the German South West Africa governments from Windhoek via Mariental, at a cost of £2,000,000.
The C16 is an untarred road in the ǁKaras Region of Namibia. It starts in Keetmanshoop and ends later in Aroab.
"P. robertsi" is found near Keetmanshoop and Karasburg where the type specimen was caught in the Great Karas Mountains in southern Namibia.
Fedics United F.C. is a football (soccer) team in Keetmanshoop, ǁKaras Region, Namibia. They play in the Namibia Premier League at J. Stephanus Stadium.