Capetown, South Africa. I can see the colonial influence of the Boors (German-Dutch?) in the architecture here.

Photos: South Africa's Urban Landscape

Victorian buildings of Cape Town’s Long Street - Cape Town CBD An absolute browser heaven - antique shops, coffee shops, huge variety of restaurants, book shops etc.

The homestead-Old Nectar, Jonkershoek Valley, South Africa. Cape Dutch architecture at its best.

The homestead-Old Nectar, Jonkershoek Valley (Stellenbosch area) Cape Dutch-style South Africa

Mandela Bridge in Johannesburg CBD, South Africa...

Nelson Mandela Bridge ~ Johannesburg, South Africa ~ Dissing+Weitling ~ Road and pedestrian bridge crossing 42 railway lines linking Braamfontein with Newtown and the city centre.

#Chapmans peak drive 1949, Cape Town

Chapmans Drive, Cape Town (I've been on this road and there is NO guard rail and HUGE drop off cliff so kind of a scary ride, at least in some places

Olifants Camp with Olifants River below, Kruger Park, South Africa

Book online with 31 of the best Safari Package, Package Deals and Tented Camp accommodation in Balule Nature Reserve.

Stone House - Sir Herbert Baker - Johannesburg, South Africa - Google Search

Northwards in Parktown, Johannesburg, has a stone facade and impressive arches.

Johannesburg, South Africa

Johannesburg was a very large and populous city which is very hard for travelers to get to a place if it is their first time there. "One would get lost in Johannesburg if your first time.

Bathing Pool and Pavilion, Sea Point, Cape Town 1930 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Capetonians cool off in the inviting waters at the pool in Sea Point while onlookers enjoy the shade of the Pavilion in this early photo. Note the low-rise skyline of the buildings in the background.

Historic Park Station Building Johannesburg

Photo of Historic Park Station Building Johannesburg

Rissik Street, Johannesburg | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This section of Rissik Street, one of the main arteries of the town, is now adorned by the handsome building erected by the National Mutual Life Association of Australasia.