The building, originally designed in a Cape Dutch idiom, is one of the oldest farm houses surviving along the Liesbeeck... read more
By 1659 growing problems with their Khoikhoi neighbours forced the Dutch administration at the Cape to undertake a... 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
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
The structure was erected at the turn of the 20th century and has prominent Victorian architectural features. It was... read more
The house dates from the latter part of the 19th century and has some fine bay windows. It was declared a National... read more


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