Cape Town

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Long Street, Cape Town, is noted for its colorful shops and businesses. Mama Africa hints at the city's persona as Mother Africa
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Clarke's Bookshop at 199 Long Street, Cape Town, South Africa. is renowned for its range of books on southern Africa
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The African Music Store at 134 Long Street in Cape Town stocks wideranging collections of music by African artists
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In the historic Bo-kaap district of Cape Town (formerly the Malay quarter) homes are painted in vivid colours
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In the historic Bo-kaap district of Cape Town (formerly the Malay quarter) homes are painted in vivid colours
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Outside a modest cafe in Bo-kaap, Cape Town, blue-overalled city workers relax or nap during their lunchtime
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Cape Town's once vibrant District Six, torn down during apartheid, its residents forcibly removed, is now bland and characterless
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Street names in the District Six museum in Cape Town evoke the lively past of a multi ethnic population forcibly removed during apartheid
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In the 34-hectare landscape of Cape Town's Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens an avenue of camphors is notable
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Bustling Camps Bay, Cape Town, a neighbourhood (and beach) popular with tourists
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A majestic and mountainous ridge sits aloof above Camps Bay, its bulging knobs known as the Twelve Apostles
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Cape Town's famous Table Mountain above an expanding city, the classic Parliament buildings below, viewed from the Taj Hotel
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Cape Town's busy Waterfront district provides a grand view of Table Mountain
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Table Mountain seen from Blouberg Strand is the iconic image of the mountain, and the Cape. It's a Sunday in summer when kiteboards adorn the sky
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The Mount Nelson Hotel signifies luxury and fivestar perfection. In a sculpture display in the gardens there's tongue in cheek humour in that piano and predatory birds
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An easy drive from Cape Town,Simon's Town's St. George Street reflects its colonial and Dutch history
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At Simon's Town's Boulder Beach a colony of African penguins (who mate for life) endlessly delight tourists
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At Simon's town's Boulder Beach a colony of African penguins (who mate for life) endlessly delight tourists
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At Simon's Town's Boulder Beach a colony of African penguins (who mate for life) endlessly delight tourists
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At Simon's Town's Boulder Beach a colony of African penguins (who mate for life) endlessly delight tourists
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Inland of the wild coast of Hermanus in South Africa's Western Cape are good wines, residential comforts and tourist pleasures
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Beside Hermanus lagoon in South Africa's Western Cape this lawn is part of the Mosaic company's private sanctuary
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Sheltered by the Western Cape's Overberg mountains a church and houses in Stanford gleam in evening sunlight
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For some Stanford's regular evening market is a residents' car boot sale, home made preserves the products traded
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Proteas, South Africa's national flower, here for sale in January; normally, they flower around September
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No Bogart, not the movie, this African Queen takes trippers along the peaceable Klein River in South Africa's Western Cape
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