Cape Town

Collection by Ann Leschnikoff

11 
Pins
 • 
7 
Followers
Ann Leschnikoff
The Castle of Good Hope. Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime replenishment station, the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa. Port Elizabeth, Star Fort, Namibia, East India Company, Cape Town South Africa, Places Of Interest, Holland, African Safari, Victoria

Castle of Good Hope the oldest surviving building in South Africa. Built between 1666 and 1679, this pentagonal fortification replaced a small clay and timber fort built by Commander Jan van Riebeeck in 1652 upon establishing a maritime replanishment station art the Cape of Good Hope for the Dutch East India Company, better known as the VOC (Verenigde Oos-Indische Compagnie).

Cape Town in the Old Days! - Cape Town is Awesome Big Bay, Cape Town South Africa, The Old Days, Most Beautiful Cities, Historical Pictures, Belleza Natural, African History, Africa Travel, Live

Milnerton c1920.

Explore Etiennedup's photos on Flickr. Etiennedup has uploaded 3274 photos to Flickr.

Clifton Beach - Cape Town, South Africa--Very much want to visit Cape Town in the near future! Places Around The World, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places To Visit, Around The Worlds, Pretoria, Clifton Cape Town, Clifton Beach, Dream Vacations

Liberating Divine Consciousness

Raising consciousness through metaphysical awareness, Universal Law, and sacred geometry and connecting spiritually to the Divine Light Body and our own immortality.

John Stobart ‘Cape Town: The Bark "William Hales" Towing Out of Port in limited edition print showing the American bark, WILLIAM HALES. South African Art, Cape Town South Africa, Table Mountain, Historical Pictures, Tall Ships, African History, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Sailing Ships

Cape Town: The Bark, William Hales, Towing Out Of Port In 1886. The featured vessel in this painting is the American bark, William Holes. She was rounding the Cape of Good Hope from Singapore en route to New York when she went aground on a reef off Struis Point. The ships' log reveals the predicament. "Put in leaky. Struck reef off Struis Point and bumped very heavily. After setting all sail ship came off. All hands worked pumps. Water gained rapidly so made for Table Bay."

Cape Town travel guide, written by locals, read by everyone. Find out what's happening and what's good in this beautiful city today. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Cape Town South Africa, Whale Watching, African History, Live, Night Life, Places To See

N1 into Cape Town c1956.

On the extreme right is Ysterplaat Air Force base and a huge block of flats (military) now occupies the space where the houses are.To the left was Windemere, a low cost housing estate now long gone.a Railway line (to the airbase) crossed the road at about from where this photo was taken. Photo; Thanks to Gertrude Panzenberger Smith for the use of this image. For more of her images see; www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.267084730055590.54182.1...

of in South Africa: 1853 – Picture: July Snow reported to have fallen on top of Table Mountain and Snowy mountains visible from Worcester high street Table Mountain, Snowy Mountains, Folk Music, Time Capsule, African History, Old Pictures, Cape Town, Historical Photos, Growing Up

Official Website

Remember the light dusting of snow that fell on Table Mountain on August 5, 2011? In the winter of 1948, four aspiring Cape Town engineering students experienced a sight that would leave any tourist (and local) jealous – a rare, snow-covered Table Mountain greeted these men as they decided to bunk a lecture and venture up our historic icon, which is now a competitor in the New7Wonders of Nature campaign. Now, due to the generosity and quick thinking of Rae Trew, we are able to view…

Vintage Historical Cape Town photos - old pictures of Cape Town Old Pictures, Old Photos, Cape Town South Africa, Most Beautiful Cities, Vintage Photographs, City, Places, Southern, Table Names

Old photographs of Cape Town - TravelGround Blog

I was recently forwarded an email with a collection of old photographs that has been taken in Cape Town, including the above image of Cape Town Station. Aside from the location, no details were given as to the history of the […]

History: In 1652 the Dutch used Cape Town as a provision station as they sailed the continent tip. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Apartheid Museum, Cape Town South Africa, Out Of Africa, City Maps, Most Beautiful Cities, African History, Woodstock

History: In 1652 the Dutch used Cape Town as a provision station as they sailed the continent tip.