birdseye view of cape town: greenpoint stadium
Views over Greenpoint Stadium, venue for the proposed 2010 World Cup Stadium. Lion's head and Table Mountain in the background. (I was very lucky to be invited on a helicopter ride over the Cape Peninsula, all the way to Cape Point and then inland to the Cape Winelands.)
birdseye view over cape town: simonstown
Aerial view of Simonstown, including the navy, harbour and yacht quays. (I was very lucky to be invited on a helicopter ride over the Cape Peninsula, all the way to Cape Point and then inland to the Cape Winelands.)
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The cosmopolitan city of Cape Town fulfills all sorts of travel agendas thanks to its enviable setting, where sea and mountains meet and wine country isn’t far away. It’s known for distinguished properties that range from a 70-room mini-resort on a secluded stretch of Atlantic coast to a grand hotel on the bustling Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.Some Cape Town hotels have been recently refreshed, giving travelers yet another reason to check in—or at least to stop by the hotel bar for a glass…
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The Spirit of District Six: 32 Interesting Black and White Photographs Capture Everyday Life of Cape Town, South Africa in 1970
Now in his 70s, the South African photographer Cloete Breytenbach began working as a journalist on an Afrikaans-language newspaper in Cape Town in 1951 and went on to an international career. But Cape Town remained his home base, and “District Six,” his moving series of photographs at White Box, is set there. District Six was the name of an area that was Dutch colonial farmland in the 18th century and by the 20th had become a lively part of Cape Town. Its population was racially and…
Rosebank showgrounds circa 1950
The Cape's annual agricultural show was held at the Rosebank showgrounds up to 1952, whereafter it relocated to Goodwood. The land was transferred to UCT and today the Baxter, College of Music and student residences are located here.
Air, Sea & Harbours
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