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Afrikaanse Taalmonument
Greater Cape Town

The Afrikaanse Taalmonument, also known as the Afrikaans Language Monument was opened in 1975, and is a large structure with circular shapes depicting the influences of different languages and cultures on the Afrikaans language.

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