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Musées d'art

Musée d'art
“The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa is a contemporary art museum located at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa. It is the largest museum of contemporary African art in the world. The museum opened on September 22, 2017. ”
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Musée d'art
“Although we may not have as extensive a collection of art as European galleries, there are some interesting pieces by local artists as well as interesting changing temporary exhibitions”
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Musée d'art
“A small museum and art gallery tucked away in Mowbray. Personal guided tours of the fascinating eclectic home of Irma Stern.”
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Musées d'histoire

History Museum
“A small museum but worthwhile visiting to learn some of the history of South Africa. Charly's Bakery is nearby. ”
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Historic Site
“Known locally as 'The Castle' - this 17th century fort was originally lapped by the waters of Table Bay before the land reclamation project kicked off in the 1940s. A magnificent building to behold and explore, it is considered the best preserved example of a 17th century architectural structure in the entire world. Excellent tours of the Castle are on offer, and there are 3 museums on site; The Military Museum, the William Fehr Collection (where you will find exhibitions of paintings and decorative arts of special relevance to the Cape concerning the peoples and landscapes of early colonial South Africa), and the permanent ceramic exhibition, FIRED, situated in the old granary at the Castle.”
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History Museum
“A walk along the colourful houses of the Bo Kaap is well worthwhile to experience an important part of the city's history. For more information visit the museum there too. Pop into Atlas Spices for Cape Malay spice and Rose Café for a traditional samoosa or koeksister (if they haven't sold out of them!)”
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History Museum
“Visiting this museum will give you essential history of Cape Town. You're advised that it will be rather sensitve for children, but hopefully you are raising your children to be aware of their need to be part and parcel of transformative justice, and responsible global citizens.”
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History Museum
“Madiba spent 18 years imprisoned on Robben Island, which is located just under 7km from off the coast of Bloubergstrand, Cape Town. This is a three to 5-hour excursion. Website: www.robben-island.org.za ”
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History Museum
“A really well set out gem. Get a really detailed and fascinating perspective on how Apartheid tore apart the lives of locals in the little village of Simonstown - a microcosm of the devastation that marred the greater social and national matrix of our land and scarred our past heritage. ”
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History Museum
“Here you will learn the history of the SA Navy and its home base Simons Town.”
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History Museum
“Many museums, entertainment V&A Waterfront with almost everything one can think of”
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Vues pittoresques

Cable Car
“Take a ride on the cable car or for the more adventurous take a hike to the top”
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Mountain
“Go for a 2-3 hour hike up the busy but gorgeous have to do Lion's Head mountain. Wear hiking clothes with good shoes, always wear sunblock and take water!”
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Lighthouse
“Worth the drive to spend time in this beautiful nature reserve. Watch out for the baboons!”
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Lighthouse
“it's where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Indian Ocean. the scenery is beautiful ”
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Scenic Lookout
“A classic mountain walk of cape town with 360 degree views of table mountain and the ocean”
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Scenic Lookout
“Awesome views of C.T! Great picnic location, but favour going on a less windy day. Accessible by car or hiking. Available tours for all travellers too. ”
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Autres grands espaces
“It is situated at the most South Westerly point of Africa. 7000 hectares of nature reserve. It has almost 2000 species of "Fynbos" a unique floral kingdom.From the old lighthouse you will have spectacular views of the whole Cape Peninsula. Sea currents meet there namely the Agulhas - & the Benguela current. It also has a very good trstaurant overlooking False bay.”
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Autres grands espaces
“After a short explanation, you and your pilot will take off from a mountain slope of Signal Hill under a canopy that resembles a parachute. Once inflated overhead, you will take just a few steps or a short run to take off from the gentle slope, the wind will catch the canopy and you will be airborne. In the air, complete control over direction and speed gives your pilot the freedom to soar ridges, rise on warm currents of air and cover distance. Great safety record so it's extremely safe and all pilots are highly trained. ”
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Sites historiques

Historic Site
“Known locally as 'The Castle' - this 17th century fort was originally lapped by the waters of Table Bay before the land reclamation project kicked off in the 1940s. A magnificent building to behold and explore, it is considered the best preserved example of a 17th century architectural structure in the entire world. Excellent tours of the Castle are on offer, and there are 3 museums on site; The Military Museum, the William Fehr Collection (where you will find exhibitions of paintings and decorative arts of special relevance to the Cape concerning the peoples and landscapes of early colonial South Africa), and the permanent ceramic exhibition, FIRED, situated in the old granary at the Castle.”
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Historic Site
“Rhodes Memorial (or Rhodes Mem as it is affectionately called) hosts some of the most spectacular views of Cape Town, a bunch of enormous stone lions and a little coffee shop which serves great scones. ”
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Plaza
“Their sushi is top-notch and there's oodles of character in this little place. If you're after a small healthy lunch-time bite to tie you over for your big dinner plans, have the 4 piece sushi at +/- R55. If you need a little bit more, there is ofcourse 8 piece offers as well as the trending poke bowls. ”
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Historic Site
Historic Site
“The Clock Tower is a truly interesting section of the Waterfront, taking its name from the central clock tower found in this part of the harbour. You access the Clock Tower either by crossing a pedestrian bridge over the water, or by taking the road that leads to the Cape Grace instead of the main Waterfront turn-off. There is a small shopping centre, a scattering of restaurants and some postcard perfect views to enjoy here. Don't forget your camera - you will want to get a shot of the iconic red clock tower!”
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Historic Site
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City Hall
“This monumental location is best known as the spot where revolutionary icon and former president Nelson Mandela gave his first public speech after being released from a 27 –year- long prison sentence.”
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Historic Site
“Built by Sir George Grey the governor of the Cape in 1859 the Cape Medical Museum is a great visit if you are interested in the history of medicine, particularly as it emphasizes both Western and traditional medicine in the Cape.”
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Bibliothèques

Library
“The oldest university town in South Africa; many historic places, a great art scene and good restaurants.”
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Library
“Are you looking for literature and books on South Africa history, culture, and tradition? The Sea Point Public Library is within 10 minutes walking distance from the Studio.”
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College Library
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Library
“Small, friendly local public library. A good spot to do some quiet reading, and a children's library is available downstairs if you have friends with children visiting.”
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Library
“The rich cultural diversity and the origins of our land can be unearthed and fully understood by looking into the past. The best way to start is by visiting the SA Museum”
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Library
“Three small theatres on this UCT arts campas: The little theatre, the intimate theatre and the arena theatre ”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants