Places

The Building, originally designed in a Cape Dutch idiom, is one of the oldest Farm Houses surviving along the Liesbeeck... read more
These trees are a remnant of the hedge planted in 1660 by Jan van Riebeeck as a Boundary to the newly established... read more
In 1962, the South African Government created Venda as a Homeland for the Venda-speaking people. The area set aside for... read more
The double-storey Beach House, with prominent gables in a Flemish-revival style, was designed by Herbert Baker and was... read more
It started off with a small Jetty, built by Jan van Riebeeck in 1654 as part of his task to establish a Refreshment... read more
Uitenhage developed from 1804 to 1910 from a settlement with a typical Dutch Layout popular in the Cape Colony at the... read more
Uitenhage developed from 1804 to 1910 from a settlement with a typical Dutch Layout popular in the Cape Colony at the... read more
This double-storey Structure was probably Built in 1903 and forms an integral part of the Architectural character of... read more
This double-storey Structure has a number of prominent Victorian features including cast iron ornamentation on the... read more

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