Cape Monuments & Statues

A collection of monuments around the Western Cape
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French Huguenot Monument in Franschoek - an integral part of the South African history.

French Huguenot Monument in Franschoek - an integral part of the South African history.

Johan Anthoniszoon van Riebeeck, more commonly known as Jan van Riebeeck, landed in Cape Town on 6 April 1652

Johan Anthoniszoon van Riebeeck, more commonly known as Jan van Riebeeck, landed in Cape Town on 6 April 1652

Hugenot Monument Franschoek 5 minutes from La Clé des Montagnes- 4 luxurious villas on a working wine farm

Hugenot Monument Franschoek 5 minutes from La Clé des Montagnes- 4 luxurious villas on a working wine farm

Cape Town: Jan Van Riebeeck, cool since 1652 #projectza #capetown #southafrica

Cape Town: Jan Van Riebeeck, cool since 1652 #projectza #capetown #southafrica

Statue of King Edward VII, Cape Town, South Africa by Kleinz1, via Flickr

Statue of King Edward VII, Cape Town, South Africa by Kleinz1, via Flickr

The Statue of Jan van Riebeeck being cleaned, c1930

The Statue of Jan van Riebeeck being cleaned, c1930

The Statue of Jan van Riebeeck being cleaned, c1930

The Statue of Jan van Riebeeck being cleaned, c1930

Statue of Jan Hendrik Hofmeyr ["Onze Jan"], Cape Town by Kleinz1, via Flickr

Statue of Jan Hendrik Hofmeyr ["Onze Jan"], Cape Town by Kleinz1, via Flickr

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