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Naute Dam, Keetmanshoop

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Dam · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
The Naute Dam is a dam outside of Keetmanshoop in the ǁKaras Region of Namibia. It was built by Concor between 1970 and 1972 and was officially commissioned in September 1972. It is the third largest dam in Namibia after Hardap Dam to Naute's north and holds up to 69 million cubic metres of water. The dam's source is the Löwen River, a tributary of the Fish River.
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  • Also, here very low water level. The dam was inaugurated on the 9th of September 1972, it's the third largest dam in Namibia and holds 69 million m3 water.  more »
  • Me and my girl visited the dam..we drove to a gravel road to the backside of the dam, and when we reach it, we had a cold beer. We discoverd a lot of rubbish lying arround..and we've cleaned it up...  more »
  • Quiet place with wonderful views and natural feel. Best for gathering, parties and brash. It's a safe place with guards,ejoy the sunset view over the mountain
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