Cities South Africa: Cape Town
Cape Town (CAPEN, founded in 1652.) – location of the country’s parliament, the capital of the West Cape Province and one of the most interesting cities of Africa. Located on the peninsula separating two oceans and "Poverty" The famous Cape of Good Hope, the city lies at the foot of the dining area (height 1086 m.) – an ancient landmark for marigors and a present symbol of the modern city.
Keiptown’s attractions include the oldest building of South Africa – Castle (1666-1679., Now there is a collection of antiques and painting), the Parliament Building and St. George in the old park of Garden, the residence of President South Africa, Pink Palm-Three and Nured Mosque, Turkish Baths (1906.), the longest shopping street of the continent – Furdrecker Road, one of the world’s best botanical gardens – Kirstenbosh on the eastern side of the dining area, the commercial center of City Bowl, filled with artists and artisans Avenue George, cable car to the top of the dining area, Old-Dutch mansions Architecture and lush buildings of the Victorian era in old quarters.
An interesting South African cultural and historical museum in one of the oldest buildings of the city – slave-lodge, the Jewish Museum in the building of the oldest synagogue in South Africa, Cape Town Art Gallery, Museum of the Bo-KaAP quarter, Numerous monuments, National Reserve on the top of the dining area, reservation Kagga-Khama, Prison Island Robben, Area of fashionable shops and restaurants Waterfront and many entertainment vents scattered throughout the city.
From Cape Town begins the famous "Garden Ruth" – One of the most beautiful sightseeing routes in the world, as well as routes to the cassa needle, to the resort of Hermanus with his "whale festivals", To the reserves of the Cape of Good Hope and Fernkelux. Special attention deserve endless beaches Kleinmond, Campex Bay, Clifton, Lianduno, Sandy Bay, Vittsenberg, Scarborough, Falls Bay, Mulsenberg, Fish Hook, Boulderz, Smithwinelbal, Dulker Island, Huge Colonia Birds in Hout Bay, and Also district of vineyard Borend with its famous winemaking centers Stellenbosh, Parl, Frashuk and Constant. Mossel Bay and Richards Bay – large ports and resort towns, between which the chain of first-class hotels and beaches stretched along the coast.