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Transvaal Museum front garden
Pretoria

The front garden of the Transvaal Museum features these reconstructed dinosaur skeletons, along with a massive whale skeleton (real skeleton), a well known landmark of the City of Tshwane CBD.

Virtual Tour Photography by 360 South Africa.

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