The old parliamentary buildings are still in use today as government buildings. The red and white tower in the background is the lighthouse on the beach.
You can see the facet of a huge crystal in a wall as you walk by. Nothing stopping you from touch and feel here.
Tourmaline is a big show here, too. These crystals are as big as my wrist.
Another view of the picture-like scene inside a geode.
Beryl or aquamarine. I saw so many crystals, my mind was spinning.
ANother shot of the three pieces of polished Pietersite that Myra and Paraic gave me as a present. Just because they think I'm special and know I like rocks! Paraic is a geology buff and loved this place, too.
The Kristall Gallerie took me hours to get through. The shops attached to the gallery had finished jewelry for sale, but the prices were very high, especially for Namibia. You could tell we were in a tourist town.