The Pier, Rogge Bay, Cape Town
Sundays were a favoured day for outings on the Pier at the end of Adderley Street. In this photo from the early 1900s, people gather on the beach to watch fishermen bring in their catch while a number of small fishing boats lie at anchor at in the lee of the Pier.
Saasveld House in Kloof Street
"Standing beside the Huguenot Monument in Franschhoek is the Huguenot Memorial Museum . The building is actually a reconstruction of Saasveld, the old Cape Town home of Baron Willem Ferdinand van Reede van Oudtshoorn. Saasveld was designed by Louis Michel Thibault, the most important architect in the history of the Cape of Good Hope." www.andrewcusack.com/2009/06/22/huguenot-franschhoek/
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