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Cape Point Lighthouse and View
Greater Cape Town

Cape Point Lighthouse is found on the south tip of False Bay, Cape Town. This is well known as the point where the 2 oceans meet, the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. The Indian Ocean with its warm current, and the Atlantic with its cold northbound current.

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