Heritage Tour - South Africa

Famous for diamonds, gold mines and breathtaking scenery, Jewish immigrants from Holland and Germany began arriving in South Africa in the early 19th century and played an important part in the diamond and precious stones industry. Later on many South Africa Jews were staunch supporters of the anti-apartheid movement. The Jewish population of South Africa can be found mainly in five urban areas – Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth and Pretoria. Find out more:http://bit.ly/12oQysu
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Johannesburg, South Africa | Karl Daniels/National Geographic

Johannesburg, South Africa | Karl Daniels/National Geographic

Pretoria, South Africa | Ijaz Bhatti/National Geographic

Pretoria, South Africa | Ijaz Bhatti/National Geographic

Johannesburg, South Africa | Krista Rossow/National Geographic

Johannesburg, South Africa | Krista Rossow/National Geographic

Cape Town, South Africa | Stacy Gold/National Geographic

Cape Town, South Africa | Stacy Gold/National Geographic

Cape Town, South Africa | Stacy Gold/National Geographic

Cape Town, South Africa | Stacy Gold/National Geographic

Cape Town, South Africa | Stacy Gold/National Geographic

Cape Town, South Africa | Stacy Gold/National Geographic

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