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Bo-Kaap Museum

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Lorraine
Lorraine
February 19, 2020
The Colours of Bo-Kaap A former township that was once known as the Malay Quarter, colourful Bo Kaap is now one of the trendiest districts in an already trendy city. Perfectly exemplifying the multiculturalism that makes South Africa "The Rainbow Nation", Bo-Kaap is a perfect place to see a…
Philisiwe
Philisiwe
December 31, 2019
Most beautiful colourful painted homes💗
Frances
Frances
December 4, 2019
Learn about the unique history of the neighbourhood
David
David
December 1, 2019
A walk along the colourful houses of the Bo Kaap is well worthwhile to experience an important part of the city's history. For more information visit the museum there too. Pop into Atlas Spices for Cape Malay spice and Rose Café for a traditional samoosa or koeksister (if they haven't sold out of…
Mariaan
Mariaan
November 1, 2019
Part of the architectural and cultural history of Cape Town

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71 Wale St
Schotsche Kloof, WC 8001
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