Synonyms for usakos or Related words with usakos

otjiwarongo              keetmanshoop              karibib              grootfontein              mariental              gobabis              omaruru              karasburg              swakopmund              outjo              rundu              eenhana              ondangwa              okahandja              tsumeb              oshakati              vryburg              mkushi              oranjemund              thabazimbi              otavi              oshikango              palapye              mulilo              nylstroom              arandis              modimolle              mpulungu              mpika              lephalale              solwezi              ellisras              khorixas              katima              hardap              chingola              francistown              serowe              ongwediva              tzaneen              mahalapye              beitbridge              kapiri              rusape              mongu              ebolowa              nyazura              magaliesburg              ottosdal              naboomspruit             

Examples of "usakos"
Usakos Railway Station is a railway station in Namibia serving the city of Usakos. It is part of the TransNamib railway network. The station building is dilapidated but passenger trains still stop at Usakos.
Usakos is the hometown of the following prominent politicians:
With the outbreak of World War I, the German "Schutztruppe" military unit retreated from the coast, and withdrew into the inland. In the process, the "Schutztruppe" destroyed the "Otavibahn", and the old "Staatsbahn" towards Karibib, as far as Rössing. British troops immediately moved forward from the British enclave of Walvis Bay, and by the end of 1914 they had built a long railway to Swakopmund. The "Otavibahn" was also reconstructed in as far as Usakos, and the section between Usakos and Karibib was realigned. The network north of Usakos remained in gauge; the workshop for both gauges was consolidated in Usakos, and the one in Karibib was closed.
Other mission stations were: Little Windhoek, Nobra, Swakopmund, Usakos, Aminuis, Tpukiro, Omaruru and Okumbabe.
Kahatjipara Barbara (born 1975 in Usakos, Namibia) is a Namibian fashion model and economics teacher.
Usakos Railway Station connects the town to the Namibian railway network.
Usakos was downgraded from municipal to town status in 2010. It is governed by a town council that has seven seats.
Trekkopje is a mountain in the Erongo Region of Namibia, north-east of Swakopmund on the road to Usakos. The following events and entities are named after Trekkopje:
Arandis Railway Station is a crossing loop on the Trans-Namib Railway between Swakopmund and Usakos. Arandis Airport is also nearby.
Historic buildings and structures in Usakos are the Roman Catholic church (erected 1905), the now dilapidated railway station building, and the old hotel.
Usakos is riddled with poverty and alcohol abuse, the unemployment rate is around 60%. Unlike other Namibian towns, it has not seen substantial development since independence in 1990.
Construction of the narrow gauge Otavi Railway in German South West Africa (GSWA), which heads northeastward from Swakopmund via Usakos and Otjiwarongo, commenced in November 1903. The line was completed through Otavi and on to Tsumeb in August 1906, with a branch line from Otavi to Grootfontein. From Swakopmund to Usakos, the line ran more or less parallel and to the north of the original "Swakopmund-Windhuk Staatsbahn" or "Nordbahn", which had been constructed from 1897.
Two of the 1912 vintage ex Class Hd locomotives were preserved. No. 40 was plinthed on the Usakos railway station platform while no. 41 was plinthed outside Otjiwarongo railway station.
The 18 members of the Legislative Assembly were elected from single-member constituencies: Aroab, Gobabis, Grootfontein, Keetmanshoop, Luderitz, Maltahöhe, Mariental, Okahandja, Otjikondo, Otjiwarongo, Outjo, Rehoboth, Swakopmund, Usakos, Warmbad, Windhoek East, Windhoek North and Windhoek West.
Surrounded by mountains, Usakos is quite picturesque. Certain spots around the town show the longest uninterrupted horizon in the world. It is the closest town to the Spitzkoppe, often referred to as the "Matterhorn of Namibia".
When the Windhoek—Swakopmund line was built in 1902 during Imperial Germany's colonial rule of German South West Africa, it also connected Usakos. In 1914 this line was extended to Walvis Bay.
ǃNaruseb was born on 20 March 1954 in Usakos, Erongo Region. From 1970 to 1975, he attended Martin Luther High School in Okombahe. He has also studied towards his Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.) at the University of Namibia.
German troops surrendered following defeat at Otavi in July, 1915; and service was re-established over the remaining narrow gauge line from the railway shops at Usakos with freight transfer facilities at Karabib.
Usakos is connected to a number of towns in the north of Namibia via the railway junction in nearby Kranzberg, and to the south and east of Namibia via Windhoek.
With the outbreak of the First World War, the German colonial forces fled the coast and retreated inland, destroying both the Otavi line and the state railway line in the Karibib direction to Rössing. The British repositioned to Walvis Bay and immediately converted the Otavibahn towards Karibib to narrow gauge, with the last stretch between Usakos and Karibib being realigned. The narrow gauge network of the Otavibahn north of Usakos remained in operation. The workshop serving locomotives for both track gauges was now based in Usakos, the one in Karibib was closed. The old state railway line over Jakalswater was abandoned. The total distance between Swakopmund and Windhoek thus saw continuous traffic again now on narrow gauge track instead of narrow gauge track.