One of the world’s Wonders of Nature and a World Heritage site. Take a cable car to the mysteriously flat mountain top and enjoy the beautiful views of the whole of Cape Town, Its mountain range and the Atlantic Ocean.
Visit the Parliament Buildings, the Company’s Garden, the Slave Auction Tree, Apartheid Museum (District 6), the Slave Museum, the Castle (oldest building in South Africa, build 1666-1679),the Jewish Museum and Holocaust Centre, the Cape Malay Quarters (Muslim Community), the Old City Hall and the Green Market Square – Flea Market for African curios, souvenirs, crafts, textiles, sculptures and arts.
This iconic site where slave tree once stood, and under which the merciless activity of slave-selling took place in Cape Town’s early history, is now marked by a concrete plinth.
The Castle is the oldest surviving building in South Africa and has been the centre of civilian, political and military life in the Cape since 1666
The Holocaust within a South Africa context, with lessons on racism and the apartheid worked into the table. The museum boasts a permanent exhibition that combines text, archival photographs, film footage, documents, multimedia display and recreated environments.
Located against the steep Signal Hill, above the city centre, the Cap Malay Quarters is an historical centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town.
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