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Church Square
Pretoria

The Church Square is a public park found in the Pretoria CBD, the administrative capital of South Africa, and is surrounded by historical architecture. A statue of Paaul Kruger is found in the center of the park. The Kruger National Park is named after him, as is the Krugerrand coin, which features his face.

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