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A Ghost Town In Namibia

Kolmanskop is an abandoned town in the Namib desert in southern Namibia. Kolmanskop once was a rich mining village, after it was abandoned by its residents in 1954. After the diamond fields had exhausted, the place became tourists favorite destination. The town is also called the ghost town. 

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