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Afrikaans Language Monument
Greater Cape Town
On top of a massive Granite hill in Paarl in the Western Cape sits a monument dedicated to the language "Afrikaans" An imressive structure made from concrete can be seen from miles away and once there the view is spectacular.
Copyright: David du plessis
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送信日: 18/08/2011
更新日: 15/08/2013
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Tags: africa; south africa; western cape; language monument; tall monument
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