Bloemfontein, South Africa
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202 Nelson Mandela Drive, Bloemfontein, South Africa
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Our next stop was South Africa's judicial capital with its business based on that fact. Many law offices and those of big companies are located here. We sent our time staying at a great B&B and visiting the Oliewenhuis Art Museum for a late ...
... other side of town. Batho township is still there. Interestingly enough King George and Princess Elizabeth visited Bloemfontein in 1952. Near where they stayed the government built houses to hide the real house of the squatter ...
... found in Kimberley. There are replicas of other notable diamonds including the Cullinan 1, the original being part of the British Crown Jewels. A little shopping was done, but no diamonds! The drive back to Bloemfontein was followed by a takeaway ...
After our side trip to Lesotho, we headed back to Bloemfontein for a day to make a presentation to a group of about 40 individuals from various HIV/AIDS-related health care divisions in the Free State. Not a lot of new findings, but we seem to have their ...
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Rayton Road,off Dan Pienaar Drive, R702 Danhof Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa
This carefully landscaped and colorful garden, with paved walkways, nature talks and moonlight walks, is popular year round.
Monument Road, Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa
Age old conflicts barely dampened by the passage of more than a century come to life in this volatile museum.
Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa
Excavated fossils are among the many fascinating items at this natural history museum.
26 km east of Bloemfontein on Maselspoort road, Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa
Boyden Observatory houses the third largest optical telescope in South Africa and provides tourists the opportunity to experience the dark and clear African skies through star watching and telescope viewing. Boyden is removed from the noise and lights of the city. Its long and auspicious history, coupled with cutting-edge astrophysical research, creates a special atmosphere unique for such a facility. The Boyden hill contains numerous buildings, telescope domes, vantage points, and a world-class auditorium.