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The Taal monument, on Paarl rock, is one of the most famous Afrikaans monuments erected in South Africa and dedicated to the Afrikaans language. It was designed by the architect Jan van Wijk and inaug
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This imposing Edwardian building was the scene of Nelson Mandela's dramatic address to the South African nation on his release from prison. Whilst it is not in the best state of repair, Cape Town's Ci
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Once a rather neglected harbour, the revamped Victoria and Albert Waterfront is now a vibrant cultural and leisure centre, and one of the city's most trendy and appealing modern-day landmarks. Victori
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For those visitors who are interested in South Africa's recent history, this landmark building is of particular significance. This is the place where, in 1992, F.W. de Klerk announced the end of apart
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A stroll down this bohemian street in Cape Town's City Bowl is a must for any visitor. Its Victorian buildings house an eclectic mix of boutiques, bookshops, bars and clubs. There are also a number of
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On the eastern side of Table Mountain is the Rhodes Memorial, a huge granite reminder of the power and wealth of empire builder, former prime minister and founder of the De Beers Mining Company, Cecil
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Table Mountain has to be Cape Town's most popularly visited landmark. A cable car (gondola) takes visitors to its summit at 1,085 metres / 3,563 feet in just six minutes. Once there, on a clear day, t
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The Huguenot Memorial Monument in Franschhoek was inaugurated on April 7th, 1948. With its simplicity and elegance of line the monument displays a historic French character.The female figure, with the