The Raadsaal Building is located on the South-Western corner of Church Square and forms an important part of the... read more
The first Raadsaal is probably the most important Historical Building in the Free State, dating back to 1849, it is the... read more
The village of Rabula was named after the Xhosa "ukurabula", a term given to a child when it becomes irritable. ... read more
A double-storey brick building with heavily ornamented Victorian and neo-Classical architectural features. It was... read more
This building was erected in 1900 as part of a general upgrade by the Natal Railways. It replaced an earlier... read more
 It was declared a National Monument under old NMC legislation on 2 October 1981. The Wynberg Railway Company was... read more
This impressive building surmounted by a clock tower was built in 1912-13 and was officially opened on 7 June 1913 by... read more
The Station Building, situate on a protion of the Farm Klipkraal 117 in the District of Bloemfontein. Situated on the... read more
The Rainbow Restaurant opened its doors for trade on Thursday 17 December 1981. It was the first such establishment of... read more


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