Cape Town's founder, Jan van Riebeek, is immortalized in an imposing statue on Heerengracht Street. The figure stands on ... More
Van Riebeeck Statue
Cape Town's founder, Jan van Riebeek, is immortalized in an imposing statue on Heerengracht Street. The figure stands on the spot where Van Riebeeck was thought to have landed in 1652. It was sculpted by John Tweed and donated to the city by Cecil John Rhodes, a politician and financier of the late 19th century. The statue of the founder's French wife, Maria de la Queillerie, was donated to the city by the Jan van Riebeeck Society in the year of Cape Town's tercentenary, 1952. It was created by the Dutch sculptor, Dirk Wolbers.
The stylish Cape Malay Kitchen, recently upgraded to restaurant status, has a warm homely feel. Set price three course menus
with choices, incorporate the best of Cape Malay cuisine. The eatery is found within the beautiful Cellars Hohenhort Hotel, ...
River Manor with its National Monument status comprises two historical houses set in the picturesque Oak lined Avenue across from
the Eerste River, a mere two minute stroll from the village centre with its museums, street cafes, restaurants and ...
Created by Vernon March, this memorial honors the South African soldiers who died in the two World Wars and the
Korean War. It is situated at the bottom of Adderley Street a few steps from the Van Riebeeck Statues ...
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