Pietermaritzburg, City of Choice (Part 1 : Pietermaritzburg Station)
The title “City of Choice” above is the marketing slogan for the City. Pietermartizburg has, over the last few years experienced a slow decline resulting in the municipality going in…
Temple of mammon
Took a trip to Pietermaritzburg on Saturday the 16th of April. Once a month the Italian Leprechaun go to the big city for a treat. Pietermaritzburg is the capital of KwaZuluNatal province. On ramp to the N3 highway which is about 500 meters from my cottage. A view of the N3 toll road through the rolling hills of the KZN midlands, looking south east. Toll fee for the 100 kilometer trip to Pietermaritzburg, R32 about $5, Time to cover the distance at +- 120km per hour, 50 minutes. The highway…
Queen Victoria Statues Around the World
The sun never sets on statues of Queen Victoria Not-so-merry monarch still stands in Australia, America, Africa, Asia Toronto Star 17 May 2008 She's...
Cottage, 238 Boom Street, Pietermaritzburg
This historic cottage, situated at 238 Boom Street, Pietermaritzburg is declared a National Monument (now called heritage sites). Today it is used as commercial premises.
Travel to Great Mirror with the The Great Mirror
The Great Mirror is a collection of several thousand photos showing cultural rather than physical landscapes. They are intended to illuminate the people who have shaped the face of the earth and are reflected in it. These photographs were taken over the last 30 years by Bret Wallach, a geography professor at the University of Oklahoma.
Pietermaritzburg | South Africa
Pietermaritzburg, city, capital of KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa. It lies in the Msunduzi River valley, at the base of a tree-covered escarpment inland from Durban. Boers from the Cape Colony founded it in 1838 after a victory over the Zulus at Blood River and named it to honour their dead
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