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National Monuments in Namibia. An inventory of proclaimed national monuments in the Republic of Namibia

National Monuments in Namibia. An inventory of proclaimed national monuments in the Republic of Namibia

National Monuments in Namibia. An inventory of proclaimed national monuments like historical beacons, graves, cemeteries, sites, military monuments, military fortifications, churches, historical buildings and the industrial heritage in the Republic of Namibia.
Vogt, Andreas
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Title: National Monuments in Namibia
Subtitle: An inventory of proclaimed national monuments in the Republic of Namibia
Author: Andreas Vogt
Publisher: Gamsberg Macmillan
Windhoek, Namibia 2004
ISBN 9789991605937 / ISBN 978-99916-0-593-7
Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 252 pages, throughout bw- and colour photos

About: National Monuments in Namibia. An inventory of proclaimed national monuments in the Republic of Namibia

National Monuments in Namibia: An inventory of proclaimed national monuments in the Republic of Namibia presents the national monuments in Namibia, as identified and declared part of the country's cultural and natural heritage by previous and current heritage conservation bodies, namely the Historical Monuments Commission (1948-1968), the National Monuments Council of South Africa (1969-1990) and the National Monuments Council of Namibia (since Namibia's independence in 1990). A short historical outline of these organisations and a list of their members are presented as well. The focus of the inventory is on national monuments declared between 1950 and 1992, identifying and describing them individually and outlining their environmental, archaeological, historical or cultural-historical significance. In the case of historical monuments, their inscriptions are cited in full, their exact location in Namibia is indicated, and the way in which they are identified and described in the various declarations published in the Official gazette is given for the researcher.

The inventory dedicates a chapter to each of the following fields in their relation to and as part of Namibia's heritage: geology, palaeontology, natural sites of scenic beauty or ecological importance, botany, archaeology (including rock art), padroes, historical beacons, historical graves, historical cemeteries, historical sites, military monuments, military fortifications, churches, historical buildings and the industrial heritage. The inventory includes a map indicating the locality of the monuments in Namibia, and the official list of Namibia's national monuments in the sequence of their declaration. Only what is recorded can be protected. National Monuments in Namibia: An inventory of proclaimed national monuments in the Republic of Namibia, therefore, also attempts to give an accurate summary of the hitherto declared monuments in Namibia as a contribution to the present-day discussion on heritage conservation not only in an independent Namibia, but in the region of southern Africa as a whole.

Content: National Monuments in Namibia. An inventory of proclaimed national monuments in the Republic of Namibia

FOREWORD
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
THE DIFFERENT MONUMENT PLAQUES IN THE COURSE OF THE YEARS
MAP INDICATING LOCALITY OF NATIONAL MONUMENTS IN NAMIBIA
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
EDITORIAL NOTE
INTRODUCTION

1. Aims of this inventory
2. The history of heritage conservation in Namibia
3. Notes on the text
CHAPTER 1: GEOLOGY
1.1 Gibeon Meteorites, Windhoek
1.2 Hoba Meteorite, Farm Hoba West, Grootfontein
1.3 Mukorob Rock, Keetmanshoop
CHAPTER 2: PALAEONTOLOGY
2.1 Dinosaur Footprints, Otjihaenamaparero, Kalkfeld
2.2 Petrified Forest, Khorixas
CHAPTER 3: NATURAL SITES, MOUNTAINS, CANYONS, LAKES AND CAVES
3.1 Brandberg Area, Uis
3.2 Waterberg Plateau, Otjiwarongo
3.3 Burnt Mountain, Farm Verbrandeberg No. 52, Khorixas
3.4 Fish River Canyon, Farm No. 381, Warmbad
3.5 Gaub Caves, Gaub Farm, Otavi
3.6 Lake Otjikoto, Tsumeb
CHAPTER 4: BOTANY
4.1 Quiver Tree Forest, Farm Gariganus, Keetmanshoop
4.2 Baobab Tree (Baobab No. 1063), Grootfontein
CHAPTER 5: ARCHAEOLOGY
5.1 Relics
5.1.1 Relics of Prehistoric Elephant, Zoo Park, Windhoek
5.1.2 Sites of Veneration, Auas Mountains, Windhoek
5.1.3 Site of Veneration, Bethanie
5.1.4 Musical Stone, Rooipunt Farm, Bethanie
5.2 Rock art
5.2.1 Phillipp's Cave, Ameib, Usakos
5.2.2 Paula Cave, Okapekaha, Omaruru
5.2.3 Rock Paintings and Engravings, Twyfelfontein, Khorixas
1. Rock engravings
2. Rock paintings
5.2.4 Bushman Paradise Cave, Usakos
5.2.5 Rock Paintings, Etemba, Omaruru
5.2.6 Rock Paintings, Farm Rostock-Sud, Windhoek
5.3 Rock engravings
5.3.1 Rock Engravings, Farm Otjitoroa-West, Kalkfeld
5.3.2 Rock Engravings, Farm Kamanjab, Kamanjab
5.3.3 Rock Engravings, Twyfelfontein, Khorixas
CHAPTER 6: PADROES
6.1 Replica of Original Cross, Cape Cross, Swakopmund
6.2 Site of Original Dias Cross, Lüderitz
CHAPTER 7: HISTORICAL BEACONS
7.1 Boundary Post, Kuiseb River, Walvis Bay
7.2 Memorial in the Old Cemetery, Lüderitz
CHAPTER 8: HISTORICAL GRAVES
8.1 Edward Cook's Commemorative Stone, Warmbad
8.2 Grave of Jonker Afrikaner, Okahandja
8.3 Grave of Axel W Eriksson, Farm Rietfontein, Grootfontein
8.4 Grave of Kahimemua Nguvauva, Okahandja
CHAPTER 9: HISTORICAL CEMETERIES
9.1 Herero Grave Complex, Okahandja
9.2 Cemetery on Farm Mooifontein, Helmeringhausen
9.3 Cemetery at Nomtsas, Maltahöhe
9.4 Grave of John Ludwig, Klein Windhoek, Windhoek
9.5 "Old Location" Cemetery, Windhoek (Provisional)
9.6 Old Windhoek Cemetery, Windhoek (Provisional)
9.7 Cemetery: Evangelical Lutheran Church Complex, Bethanie
9.8 Cemetery: Nakambale Mission Church, Olukonda
9.9 Cemetery: Rhenish Mission Church, Okahandja
CHAPTER 10: HISTORICAL SITES
10.1 Battlefield around Franke Tower, Omaruru
10.2 Moordkoppie, Okahandja
10.3 Prisoner-of-war Camp, Aus
CHAPTER 11: MILITARY MONUMENTS
11.1 War Memorial, Zoo Park, Windhoek
11.2 Franke Tower, Omaruru
11.3 Eagle Monument, Keetmanshoop
11.4 Monument at Kub, Kalkrand
11.5 Marine-Denkmal, Swakopmund
11.6 Ovikokorero War Memorial, Farm Harmonic, Okahandja
11.7 Okahami War Memorial, Okahandja
11.8 Equestrian Statue Monument, Windhoek
11.9 Naulila Monument, Outjo
11.10 Regimental Badges, Farm Titbit 157, Swakopmund
11.11 Regimental Badges, Farm Badges 158, Swakopmund
11.12 Khorab Memorial, Kilometre 500, Otavi
CHAPTER IS: MILITARY FORTIFICATIONS
12.1 Powder Magazine, Otjimbingwe
12.2 Von Francois Fort, Khomas Hochland, Windhoek
12.3 Alte Feste, Windhoek
12.4 Waterfalls, Eros Mountains, Windhoek
12.5 Lookout Post, Eros Mountains, Windhoek
12.6 Fort, Grootfontein
12.7 Old German Fortress, Farm Naiams, Seeheim
12.8 Fort Namutoni, Etosha National Park, Tsumeb
12.9 Fort Sesfontein and Cemetery, Sesfontein (Provisional)
CHAPTER 13: CHURCHES
13.1 Evangelical Lutheran Church Complex, Bethanie
13.2 Rhenish Mission Church, Otjimbingwe
13.3 Nakambale Mission House, Nakambale Church and Adjoining Cemetery, Olukonda
13.4 Rhenish Mission Church and Cemetery, Okahandja
13.5 Rhenish Mission Church, Walvis Bay
13.6 Rhenish Mission Church, Keetmanshoop
13.7 Chrisms Kirche, Windhoek
13.8 Evangelical Lutheran Church, Lüderitz
13.9 Evangelical Lutheran Church, Swakopmund
13.10 Roman Catholic Church Building, Tsumeb
13.11 Roman Catholic Cathedral, Windhoek
13.12 Roman Catholic Church, Omaruru (Provisional)
CHAPTER 14: HISTORICAL BUILDINGS
14.1 Public buildings
14.1.1 Hospitals
14.1.1.1 German Lazaret, Gobabis
14.1.1.2 Prinzessin Rupprecht Heim, Swakopmund
14.1.1.3 Elisabeth House, Windhoek
14.1.2 School buildings
14.1.2.1 Old German School Building, Klein Windhoek, Windhoek
14.1.2.2 German Private School Building, Tsumeb
14.1.3 Railway buildings
14.1.3.1 Railway Station Building, Swakopmund
14.1.3.2 Kubas Station Building, Karibib
14.1.3.3 Old Barracks, Swakopmund
14.1.3.4 Station Building, Lüderitz
14.1.4 Police buildings and prisons
14.1.4.1 Prison Building, Swakopmund
14.1.4.2 Old Prison Building, Windhoek
14.1.4.3 Historical Gateways, Warmbad
14.1.5 Government buildings
14.1.5.1 Proviantamt, Karibib
14.1.5.2 Ten-man House, Windhoek
14.1.6 Post offices
14.1.6.1 Old Post Office Building, Keetmanshoop
14.2 Private buildings
14.2.1 Hotels
14.2.1.1 Facade of the Rösemann Building, Karibib
14.2.1.2 Hohenzollern Building, Swakopmund
14.2.1.3 Hotel Zum Grünen Kranze, Karibib
14.2.1.4 Old Hotel Building, Otjimbingwe (Provisional)
14.2.2 Buildings related to trade and commerce
14.2.2.1 Erf 46 and the Hälbich Buildings, Karibib
14.2.2.2 Woermann House, Swakopmund
14.2.2.3 Krabbenhöft & Lampe Building, Lüderitz
14.2.2.4 Erkrath-Gathemann-Kronprinz Facades, Windhoek (Provisional
14.2.3 Buildings related to mining
14.2.3.1 OMEG-Minenbüro, Tsumeb
14.2.3.2 Second Director's House, Tsumeb.
14.2.3.3 OMEG-Haus, Swakopmund
14.2.4 Buildings related to banking
14.2.4.1 Deutsche Afrika Bank Building, Lüderitz
14.2.5 Residences
14.2.5.1 Rhenish Mission House, Omaruru
14.2.5.2 Dorsland Trekker Cottage, Otjitunduwa, Kunene Region
14.2.5.3 Josef Fredericks'House, Bethanie
14.2.5.4 Stone Rondavel, Farm Quellort, Aroab
14.2.5.5 Kreplin House, Lüderitz
14.2.5.6 Two Historic Dwellings, Lüderitz
14.2.5.7 Semi-detached House, Remainder of Erf 269, Lüderitz
14.2.5.8 Haus Wall, Karibib
14.2.5.9 Kramersdorf Building, Swakopmund
14.2.5.10 Magistrate's Residence, Lüderitz
14.2.5.11 Rev. Schmelen's Cottage, Bethanie
CHAPTER 15: INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE
15.1 The "Martin Luther" Steam Locomotive, Swakopmund, South West Africa
15.2 Windmill, Otjimbingwe
15.3 Railway Engine No. 652, Walvis Bay
15.4 Kaiserbrunnen, Karibib
15.5 Stone Tower, Outjo
APPENDIX 1: OFFICIAL LIST OF NATIONAL MONUMENTS
BIBLIOGRAPHY


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