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Litfass-Saule information

Swakopmund , Namibia
cnr Daniel Tjongarero & Nathaniel Maxulili Sts
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In 1855, the Berlin printer Litfass came up with the notion of erecting advertising pillars on German street corners. For the citizens of early Swakopmund, they became a common source of information and advertising. The remaining example, Litfass-Saule , sits on the corner of Daniel Tjongarero and Nathaniel Maxulili.