Anmire Damara Traditional Village
The village is situated on the Hoanib River just south of Sesfontein next to the small, community run Khowarib Camp Site. The village falls within the area of Anabeb Conservancy and was the initiative of a local woman, Monica Uses. Boundary disputes between the Anabeb and Sesfontein Conservancies led to some decline in the village.
Information supplied by the Museums of Namibia (N.A.M): email: email@example.com.
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