B8 road (Namibia)

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Eugen Kakukuru Street in Rundu, Namibia, which leads onto National Road B8.
Crossing the Trans–Caprivi Highway on approach to Katima's Mpacha Airport.

The B8 road often known as the Golden Highway [1] is one of the national highways of Namibia. It leads from the B1 at Otavi via Grootfontein and Rundu through the Caprivi Strip to the border town of Katima Mulilo and further on to the Botswanan border at Ngoma.

Populated places[edit]

from west to east

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.namibia-travel-guide.com/bradt_guide.asp?bradt=416>
  2. ^ Labersweiler, Sabine (7 February 2011). "Kapelle in Mile 30 eingeweiht" [Chapel consecrated at Mile 30] (in German). Evangelical Lutheran Provost Brunswick.