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CUM Bookstore in Menlyn Park
Pretoria

CUM Books has become a much-loved and popular name in South African homes for many years. This chain of Christian family bookshops began when six NG Kerk-boekhandel shops were bought. In 1993 CUM Books began to enter major shopping malls. The first shops were opened in Westgate and Greenacres. Since then, CUM Books has gone from strength to strength and there are now over 40 branches countrywide and an online store.

The 360 Virtual Tour of this store was created by 360 Productions.

Copyright: John Gore
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Taken: 05/11/2012
Subida: 06/11/2012
Actualizado: 03/07/2014
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