Historic Sites of South Africa
Historic Sites of South Africa highlights the cultural and architectural heritage of the country in all its diversity. As far as is known, it is the first such reference, compiled for the use of tourists as well as everyone interested in the origin of old buildings and sites of historic or cultural significance in their local environment. In compact, field-guide format, this book makes for a convenient travelling companion on any trip.
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Anglo-Boer architect attained municipal status BLOCKHOUSE Boer bought British building was erected Cape Colony Cape Dutch house Cape Town cemetery church building CHURCH STREET completed consecrated constructed cornerstone was laid corrugated-iron cottage designed DISTRICT DORP STREET double-storey building double-storey house Drostdy Durban DUTCH REFORMED CHURCH dwelling house Edwardian established example fagade farm farmhouse forms an integral foundation stone front gable Georgian Gerard Moerdijk Governor Graaff-Reinet granted historic core homestead inaugurated Karoo-style Kimberley known KwaZulu-Natal Landdrost later manor house mill mission station Museum Natal neoclassical neogothic nineteenth century officially opened oldest Orange Free original section outbuildings Paarl parsonage Piet Retief Pietermaritzburg Potchefstroom predominantly Pretoria railway renamed Republiek residence Reverend River ROAD roof sandstone semidetached Settlers South Africa Stellenbosch stone was laid style T-shaped tower town attained municipal town was estahlished town was laid town was named Transvaal verandah Victorian house Victorianised Voortrekker Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek