World’s biggest floating book fair, Logos Hope, just ended its two-week stay at Namibia’s port.
The ship was operated by Gute Bucher fur Alle charity of Germany. Its name Logos is derived from ancient Greek and can be loosely translated into “God Working in the World”.
Logos Hope is 132-meter long and is laden with more than 5, 000 books on a variety of fields, including rare education and Christianity. It is manned by 400 volunteers from 60 countries.
Logos Hope has been sailing around the world since 1970 during which time it has docked in 160 countries and receives more than 45 million people.