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Truly one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, Cape Town is home to many ethnic enclaves and has 11 official languages. Rich in culture and history, those past and those happening around us. Make sure to explore as South Africa celebrates their twenty years of democracy.
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Colorful houses in Bo-Kaap District, Cape Town, South Africa

Bo-Kaap District, Cape Town, South Africa.

The Book Lounge - Literary luminaries from around the world favor this cozy bookstore, Cape Town, South Africa.  Beautiful architecture.

The Book Lounge – Literary luminaries from around the world favor this cozy bookstore, Cape Town, South Africa.

South Africa's currency is the Rand. The exchange rate fluctuates around R10 to $1. So, divide your price by 10 to find out how much you're spending

Reason : Animal themed money :Rand the South African Currency

South Africa: The country with the most official languages - 11.

South Africa: The country with the most official languages - Afrikaans is die DERDE GROOTSTE TAAL in die land, en word die meeste misken.

Shipwreck on Robben Island with Table Reason Mountain and Cape Town in background, Western Cape Province, South Africa

Photographs of Africa, Its People and its Wildlife

The lighthouse on Cape of Good Hope, South Africa

˚Steps to the lighthouse on Cape of Good Hope - South Africa

Over 300 years old and home to award-winning wines, Groot Constantia in the Southern Suburb of Constantia is the oldest wine estate in South Africa

Over 300 years old and home to award-winning wines, Groot Constantia in the Southern Suburb of Constantia is the oldest wine estate in South Africa

The Castle of good hope in Cape Town. Built in the 17th Century. Name of the 5 bastions: Leedam, Buuren, Catzenellenbogen, Nassau and Oranje.

The Castle of good hope in CapeTown, South Africa. Name of the 5 bastions: Leedam, Buuren, Catzenellenbogen, Nassau and Oranje.

Noon Day Canon - fired daily from Signal Hill, Cape Town.

Noon Day Canon - Fired Daily from Signal Hill, Cape Town.

Green Market Square, Cape Town

Green Market Square, Cape Town, South Africa A stall selling African masks, beadwork, printed fabric

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