Luderitz, Namibia

In 1488, Portuguese explorer Bartholomeus Diaz discovered a sheltered harbour; he called it Angra Pequeña “Little Bay”, known today as Lüderitz.

Lüderitz is a port in Namibia on the Atlantic coast.

The town is known for its colonial architecture, including some Art Nouveau work, and for wildlife including seals, penguins, flamingos and ostriches. It is also home to a museum, and lies at the end of a currently decommissioned railway line to Keetmanshoop.

Population: 12,537 (2011)

We was very lucky: on this day, the annual Seafood Festival was held in the city.

With Bruno Aguilar, musician, singer, composer, diver and wonderful person.

Visited this wonderful place April 29, 2023.

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