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| Historical places in South Africa34 Found |  Next 30 >> | Pages: 1 | 2 | South Africa's rich and dramatic history dates from the earliest inhabitants through colonisation to the discovery of diamonds & gold; from the formation and evolution of black resistance, through 3 decades of crisis to the eventual death of apartheid. Explore the numerous historical places and share in our rich heritage. Historical places in| ------------------------------------------------- Top of FormBottom of Form|

Historical places in South Africa Map |  | Alberton Heritage Society| Gauteng, Alberton|

Raise awareness that anything 60+ years is protected under the National Heritage Act. We Identify, Preserve and Assist. | |  | Castle of Good Hope| Western Cape, Cape Town |

Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime replenishment station, the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa.| |  | Church Square| Gauteng, Pretoria|

The sculptor Anton van Wouw's statue of Paul Kruger occupies the centre stage on Church Square. While the bronze figures of Kruger and the sentries were cast in Italy at the turn of the century| |  | Coedmore Castle| Kwazulu Natal, Durban|

Coedmore Castle is a historic family home built in 1875 and is situated in the middle of the Kenneth Stainbank Nature Reserve, Yellowwood Park| |  | Danielskuil| Northern Cape, Danielskuil|

Part of a Griqua missionary and of historical importance, a geological phenomena in the form of deep cavity was formed in the dolomite limestone.| |  | Durban City Hall| Kwazulu Natal, Durban|

The Durban city hall displays a fine example of Edwardian Neo-baroque architecture. The current city hall is actually the second building in Durban made for this purpose| |  | Dzata Ruins and Museum of the Drum| Limpopo, Thohoyandou|

Site of the the Vhavenda royal dating back to 1400 AD. The history of the Vinda is depicted and the ruins with their dry- stone walls can be explored.| |  | Emakhosini Ophathe Heritage Park| Kwazulu Natal, Ulundi|

With its large range of habitats the park supports a variety of animals including black and white rhino, buffalo, leopard, hyaena, giraffe, zebra, waterbuck, kudu| |  | Ernest Oppenheimer Memorial Gardens and Diggers Fountain| Northern Cape, Kimberley|

The five diggers represent the five diamond mines of Kimberley and the statue honours the contribution that all diamond diggers made to the development of Kimberley.| |  | Fort Mistake| Kwazulu Natal, Glencoe|

A signaling post built during the war - one in the line that stretched north to Newcastle. Between Ladysmith and Newcastle on the N11 about 22km from Glencoe.| |  | Fraserburg Peperbus| Northern Cape, Fraserburg|

The six-sided Peperbus designed by the Reverend Bamberger and built by Adam Jacobs in 1861 as an office has housed the church, the magistrate and the municipality.| |  | Ghost and History Tour| Mpumalanga, Nelspruit|

From tribal and genetic migrations to the Mfacane wars, the formation of the Zulus, Sotho, Swazi and Shangaan. The early days and the many interesting characters of the Gold Rush at Kaapse Hoop and the Baberton valley | |  | Kimberley Mine Museum| Northern Cape, Kimberley|

Retrace the lives of the rough-and-ready diggers who made it all happen. Or experience life in Kimberley as it must have been during the diamond-rush days when races, lotteries, pubs and ballrooms made the town a very bright place indeed.| |  | Magersfontein Battlefield| Northern Cape, Kimberley|

The Highland Brigade fought valiantly but was driven back by Boer rifle fire and its own shellfire. By mid-morning the Brigade was pinned down and unable to move despite reinforcement by the Gordon Highlanders.| |  | Majuba Hill| Mpumalanga, Volksrust|

The battle at Majuba Hill on 27 February 1881 was the...
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