Tylden, Eastern Cape

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Tylden in the region of Eastern Cape is a town in South Africa. Serving as landing site and home of settlers in the 1820s, Eastern Cape also remains the traditional home of the Xhosa people. The diverse landscape provides a dizzying array of vacation ideas in the Eastern Cape: see arid deserts in the interior, or the lush, humid land to the east--home to elephants, buffalo, and the endangered black rhino. Add cultural components to your Eastern Cape itinerary with numerous monuments, museums, and galleries that tell the story of the country's numerous ethnicities.
The superior administrative division is Chris Hani District Municipality.
 
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Last updated : 16-Apr-2019

This article was produced by South African History Online on 16-Apr-2019

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