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Voortrekker Monument Entrance
Pretoria

The Voortrekker Monument is situated in a nature reserve and is a unique Monument which commemorates the Voortrekker (pioneer) history of Southern Africa and the history of the Afrikaans people.

Full Virtual Tour of the Voortrekker Monument.

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