Walking through Church Square, one can find some points of historical interest. Overlooking the square is the statue of Onze ... More
Walking through Church Square, one can find some points of historical interest. Overlooking the square is the statue of Onze Jan, the retired Honorable Jan Hendrik Hofmeyr, an influential statesman of the 19th century whose work ensured official recognition of the Afrikaans language. The statue was made by Anton van Wouw. You will also find a circular plaque, which marks the spot where slaves were sold until their emancipation on December 1st 1834. The double-storeyed, green-shuttered building opposite the Groote Kerk was once the slave lodge, and is today the Cultural Museum.
The SA Naval museum was opened by the Chief of the Navy, Vice Admiral R C Simpson Anderson on 1
April 1993. The collection was formerly displayed at the Castle of Good Hope in Cape Town and the Martello ...
This majestic sandstone mountain is undoubtedly Cape Town's most well known and well loved landmark. Its flat "table top" stretches
for three kilometers and is flanked by Devil's Peak on one side and Lion's Head on the other. When ...
Two Oceans Aquarium is the largest aquarium in South Africa, housing more than 300 marine species in impressive and informative
displays. Watch seals playing underwater or the calm swaying of kelp forests filled with fish. Certified divers can take ...
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