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Cape Town in Even that long ago people were streaming to the Cape for our sunshine and produce. Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Cities In Africa, South African Air Force, Most Beautiful Cities, Antique Maps, Afrikaans, African History

Cape Town in 1900s. Even that long ago people were streaming to the Cape for our sunshine and produce.

History: In 1652 the Dutch used Cape Town as a provision station as they sailed the continent tip. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Apartheid Museum, Library Images, Cape Town South Africa, Out Of Africa, Most Beautiful Cities

Woodstock seaside (circa 1938-ish)

Detail of an old photo of Cape Town. Will try and get a high-def scan of this pic (it's very large (a1+), and the owner might not trust me with it).

The Tower, Cape Town Pier | Flickr - Follow string of pics for lovely glimpses into history Cities In Africa, South Afrika, Cape Town South Africa, Most Beautiful Cities, Antique Maps, Historical Pictures, Old Photos, Travelling, Charcoal

The Tower, Cape Town Pier

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High resolution photos and images in picture galleries all around Cape Town and South Africa Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Cape Town South Africa, Most Beautiful Cities, My Land, Old Buildings, African History, Past

Harbour Cafe circa 1960.

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View of Adderley Street from Castle Street Corner 1892 Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, El Dorado County, Nordic Walking, Street View, Main Street, Antique Maps, Back In The Day

View of Adderley Street from Castle Street Corner 1892

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5 haunted hotels in South Africa: Hunker down with a ghost or two at an atmospheric (but thoroughly comfy) hotel for a weekend

5 haunted hotels in South Africa

How better to celebrate Halloween than by hunkering down with a ghost or two at an atmospheric (but thoroughly comfy) hotel for a weekend? By Glynis Horning