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Oak Villa is one of the first townhouses in Hout Bay and the first to be erected in the Baviaanskloof area. The... read more
This building, formerly known as the Government Garden House, and later as the Commandant's House. The land on which... read more
Observatory was a residential suburb of Cape Town, and derived its name from the Royal Observatory, which was... read more
It was declared a National Monument under old NMC legislation on 22 August 1969. Wynberg Military Base is, with the... read more
This building was designed by Sir Herbert Baker and was completed in 1903 as the official residence of the Commander-in... read more
Sadly the building burnt down some years ago and is presently in ruins but then this Church was reconstructed on its... read more
The University of Pretoria Museums are celebrating another milestone, as the Old Arts Building was declared a museum in... read more
The building was designed by architect Stanley Hudson and was erected in 1911 as the Old Court House, and is the oldest... read more
The building was designed by Herbert Baker after the amalgamation of eight mining companies in April 1909, when Crown... read more

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