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Afrikaans Taal Monument
Greater Cape Town

The Afrikaan Taal Monument offers a wonderful view from the shop and picnic area, situated on top of a hill in Paal. The monument was erected to celebrate the recognition of the Afrikaans Language as seperate from Dutch.

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