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- Diana C.
Omaruru is a city and constituency in the Erongo Region of Namibia. The town has 4,800 inhabitants and owns 352 square kilometres (136 sq mi) of land. The town is situated near the Erongo Mountains, on the usually dry Omaruru River. It is located on the main paved road from Swakopmund to Otjiwarongo. The name in the local Otjiherero language means 'bitter milk', as the cattle used to browse on a local bush that turned their milk bitter. The town is known for its annual festival where the Hereros commemorate their past local chiefs, its winery and for the dinosaur footprints at nearby Otjihenamaparero
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