Mardi Gras in Margate
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Mardi Gras in Margate

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The main street in Margate is closed to traffic to make the Mardi Gras in Margate accessible and safe for pedestrians. Vendors offer anything from pancakes and mini donuts to african art and paintings, anything one would expect to find at a fleamarket.

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This panorama was taken in Margate

This is an overview of Margate

Margate is one of South Africa's most popular beach holday destinations. It's humid, island style climate attracts holiday makers all year around.

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