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The Freedom Park Entrance
Pretoria

The Freedom Park is situated on Salvakop hill, and stands as a memorial to liberation struggle leaders, and includes a wall of names honouring those killed in the South African War (Boer War), World War I, and World War II, as well as during the arpartheid struggle.

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