The Slave Lodge, dating back to 1679, is one of the oldest structures in Cape Town. It originally housed slaves of the Dutch ... More
Iziko Slave Lodge
The Slave Lodge, dating back to 1679, is one of the oldest structures in Cape Town. It originally housed slaves of the Dutch East India Company, criminals, and the mentally disturbed. Over the years its function changed, as did its exterior. Today it is the flagship of the six South African Cultural History Museum sites, housing collections of ceramics, toys, tools, silver and textiles, as well as artifacts from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, and the Near and Far East. Other exhibits focus on the history of the Cape in general.
Nature lovers will enjoy staying at the 13 room Boulders Beach Guesthouse for its proximity to the ocean and its
colony of resident penguins. Several rooms offer sea views and the opportunity to sight migrating whales; all are equipped ...
As a satellite of the South African Cultural Museum , this museum features exhibits on the Cape Town Muslim community
and historical insight into the city's diverse inhabitants. The museum is situated in a restored home of the historic ...
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 ...
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