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The !Khwa ttu Heritage Centre was set up to create a space for the San people to get together and cherish their cultural heritage, for tourists to find out more about the San people and as a centre for learning and community upliftment.
The Prestwich Memorial remembers the many slaves who were buried in a mass grave at this site with no marking or names.
The Slave Lodge Museum is the second-oldest building in Cape Town, built in 1679, to accommodate the slaves that were shipped to the Cape Colony. Nowadays it hosts a museum on slavery in South Africa.
The St. George Cathedral is South Africa's oldest cathedral and home to the seat of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The Houses of Parliament is a crucial site for Cape Town's cultural and political heritage as it was a key site for apartheid decisions and the parliament of South Africa is based here.
The Gugulethu 7 memorial commemorates the lives of seven young anti-apartheid activists that were brutally murdered for their involvement.
The District 6 Museum is a museum remembering the forceful displacement of the residents of District 6, a multi-cultural and vibrant community, during the apartheid rule.
Macassar Pottery is a ceramic studio and production facility that upskills, employs and incubates youth who have not completed school. Shop, experience or volunteer in a community based ceramic studio in Maccassar, Cape Town.
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Hermanuspietersfontein Boerdery is a Biodiversity and Wine Initiative (BWI) Champion Farm, nestled in the mountainous valley area close to Stanford and the Atlantic Ocean. The farm produces a variety of wines, and is also a haven for a variety of local flora and fauna.