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Montagu Town
Montagu, a scenic 2 hour drive from Cape Town is a quaint and well-kept town reminiscent of a bygone era at the heart of the Route 62. Nestled in a fertile valley, this pretty little town is steeped in history and is famous for its awe inspiring rock formations, orchards, vineyards, local herbs and healing hot mineral springs
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Nelson Mandela
Qunu is a small rural village in South Africa's Eastern Cape Province, 32 km (20 mi) south-west of Mthatha on the road between Butterworth and Mthatha. Mvezo on Mbashe River is near where Nelson Mandela was born, and Qunu is where he grew up and later retired after leaving office as South Africa's President in 1999. It is the village to which Nelson Mandela's father relocated after being deposed as Mvezo chief. In his autobiography Long Walk to Freedom, Mandela describes Qunu as where he spent the happiest moments of his childhood. ( Reference Wikipedia )
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Oldest dinosaur nest
A dinosaur nesting site older than any discovered before suggests that the creatures were caring mothers early in their evolution. Scientists uncovered clutches of fossilised eggs at the site in the Golden Gate Highlands national park, South Africa, many containing embryos.
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The Battle - British vs Boers
The Elandslaagte battlefield and memorials, of the British and Boers fall within the Nambiti Private Game Reserve boundary. The Nambiti Private Game Reserve is located in the heart of the KwaZulu-Natal battlefields, a short drive from the legendary Rorke’s Drift and Isandlwana battlefields. The original military hospital building still exists today.
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