Southern Africa

Victoria Falls – The great curtain of falling water in Livingstone

A waterfall on the Zambezi River in southern Africa, which provides habitat for several unique species of plants and animals. While it is neither the highest nor

Union Buildings – The iconic landmark of South Africa in Pretoria

The official seat of the South African Government and also house the offices of the President of South Africa. The imposing buildings occupy the highest point of

Pelican Point Lighthouse – The holiday lighthouse in Walvis Bay

A lighthouse overlooking the Atlantic Ocean from Pelican Point, a long sandbar guarding Walvis Bay. It was opened by the South African government in 1932. The round,

Great Zimbabwe – The Africa’s largest ruins collection in Masvingo

The property, extends over almost 800 ha and is divided into three groups: the Hill Ruins, the Great Enclosure and the Valley Ruins. Great Zimbabwe is believed

King Shaka – The stone of death in KwaDukuza

Afrikaanse Taalmonument – The Afrikaans language monument in Paarl

Opened in 1975, it commemorates the semi centenary of Afrikaans being declared an official language of South Africa separate from Dutch. Also, it was erected on the

Apartheid Museum – The rise and fall of apartheid in Johannesburg

The part of the Gold Reef City complex, was opened in November 2001. The museum illustrating apartheid and the 20th century history of South Africa. The Pillars

Grand central tower – The brutalist water tower in Midrand

It is operated by Johannesburg Water, stands 40 meter tall, and holds nearly 2 million gallons of water for the surrounding community. It was built in 1997

Sunland Baobab – The big tree in Modjadjiskloof

The tree is 22 meters high and 47 meters in circumference. The trunk diameter was 10.64 meters, and the crown diameter is 30.2 meters. The trunk consists

Nelson Mandela – The political leader imprisoned in Robben Island

In the winter of 1964, Mandela arrived on Island, off the coast from Bloubergstrand. It was here in a prison that Mandela would spend eighteen of his

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