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Lion's Head is a mountain in Cape Town, South Africa, between Table Mountain and Signal Hill. Lion's Head peaks at 669 metres above sea level.Lion's Head forms part of the Table Mountain range and provides a scenic backdrop to the City of Cape Town. It falls within the Table Mountain National Park

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Greater Cape Town

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A: View from Lion's Head

di Lee Casalena, 610 metri di distanza

View over Cape Town from Lion's Head during the full moon. There is a night hike up Lion's Head durin...

View from Lion's Head

B: View of Signal Hill, Cape Town and Table Mountain

di FunkBox Imagineering, 640 metri di distanza

Panoramic views from Signal Hill showing Signal Hill, Cape Town and Table Mountain in South Africawww...

View of Signal Hill, Cape Town and Table Mountain

C: 46 on 1st

di view finder, 1.4 km di distanza

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46 on 1st

D: Twelve Apostles, Western Cape - South Africa Travel Channel

di Chris du Plessis www.photosofafrica.com, 1.6 km di distanza

On the Atlantic coast of the peninsula, the range is known as the Twelve Apostles. The range continue...

Twelve Apostles, Western Cape - South Africa Travel Channel

E: Clifton

di Lee Casalena, 1.7 km di distanza

View of the Clifton beaches from Victoria Road, in Cape Town, South Africa.

Clifton

F: View of Camps Bay from top of Table Mountain

di John Gore, 2.2 km di distanza

The view over Camps Bay from the top of Table Mountian is breathtaking! With the clouds pouring over ...

View of Camps Bay from top of Table Mountain

G: View over Cape Town from Table Mountain

di John Gore, 2.2 km di distanza

One of the best views over Cape Town can be enjoyed from the top of Table Mountain. On a clear day on...

View over Cape Town from Table Mountain

H: Cape Town from Table Mountain

di Lee Casalena, 2.3 km di distanza

A magnificent view over Cape Town and surrounding areas from the top of Table Mountain.

Cape Town from Table Mountain

I: View over Cape Town from Table Mountain

di Martin Broomfield, 2.3 km di distanza

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_MountainTable Mountain (Afrikaans: Tafelberg) is a...

View over Cape Town from Table Mountain

J: Top of Table Mountain clouds view

di John Gore, 2.3 km di distanza

The magnificent Table Mountain stands 1067 meters above sea level, offering amazing views of the surr...

Top of Table Mountain clouds view

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