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Matsieng Footprints
This archaeological site was declared a National Monument in 1971. Legend tells the story of how Matisieng, a giant and ancestor of the Tswana, led his people and animals from the centre of the earth to inhabit the world.
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Tsodilo Hills
The four hills form a line and are referred to by the San people as "The Male" - the largest hill which reaches a height of 410 metres above the surrounding plain; "The Female" - a smaller hill, about 300m, but has an overall area of almost three times that of The Male; and the next in size of 40m is referred to as "The Child" and lies about 2km away from The Female. Beyond these three is a much smaller unnamed knoll, located 2.2km northwest of The Child, which legend has it was
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