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Photo Mug-Cape Town Pier-Photo Mug made in Australia Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Cape Town South Africa, Table Mountain, Historical Pictures, African History, Heritage Image, Photographic Prints, Poster Size Prints

The Pier in Table Bay, Cape Town

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Vleis of the Cape Flats Cape Town South Africa, My Land, African History, Old Photos, Black And White, Landscape, City, Nordic Walking, Future

Fotos uit die verlede: Foto van die Kaapse vlakte (oftewel "Cape Flats") rondom 1900.

Vintage Image of Adderley Str, Cape Town with Standard Bank, Cartwright’s Corner and The Groote Kerk (circa Notice the taxi parking bays in the centre of the street. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Photographs, East Indies, Out Of Africa, Most Beautiful Cities, Historical Pictures, African History

Photographs Showing the Evolution of the Mother City

Take a trip back in time and see what Cape Town used to look like as compared to the modern urban and natural landscapes. We compare vintage photographs to modern ones to see exactly how our city has changed, and how it remains unchanged.

Washer women at the seasonal wetland on Rondebosch Common Cape Town South Africa, Most Beautiful Cities, Historical Pictures, African History, California Travel, Old Photos, Places To Visit, Washer, Landscape

Washer women at the seasonal wetland on Rondebosch Common

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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. Found her making water rapidly. All hands worked pumps. Water gained rapidly so made for Table Bay as vessel could not have kept afloat much longer."…