Windhoek is the capital of Namibia and the largest city in Namibia. Located on the central plateau, at an altitude of 1645 meters. The population is about 110,000. Located in an arid area, the surrounding hills block the dry wind and the climate is cool. The average annual precipitation is 370 mm. The Huo Duo and the Herero settled here. It was occupied by Germany in 1890 and occupied by South Africa in 1915. Capital Windhoek is hailed as the cleanest garden capital in Africa, with a rich European flavor. Although it has a population of 400,000 (nearly one-fifth of the country's total population), the whole city feels quiet and comfortable.