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Leeuwenhof, Cape Town

The Leeuwenhof Estate is the official residence of the Premier of the Western Cape..

The Leeuwenhof Estate is the official residence of the Premier of the Western Cape.


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About Leeuwenhof

 Cape Town, South Africa

Leeuwenhof and Nearby Sights on Map

Table Mountain Aerial Cableway

The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway takes visitors from the Lower Station on Tafelberg Road up to the westernmost end of the Table Mountain plateau which is at an elevation of 1067 metres

Iziko South African Museum

The Iziko South African Museum houses an important African collection of more than 1

South African Jewish Museum

The South African Jewish Museum explores the history of the Jewish community in South America who first arrived here in the 19th century from Europe to escape religious persecution

South African National Gallery

The South African National Gallery presents a good collection of African, British, French, Dutch and Flemish art from the 17th to the 19th century

Lion's Head

The distinctively shaped Lion's Head peak rises to a height of 669 metres between Table Mountain and Signal Hill, which was earlier called Lion's Tail

Bo-Kaap

Bo-Kaap is an ethnically diverse quarter of Cape Town, known for its brightly colored houses and cobble-stoned streets

Parliament of South Africa

Cape Town is the legislative seat of South Africa

Bo-Kaap Museum

The Bo-Kaap Museum traces the history of the colorful Bo-Kaap quarter and its multiracial identity

Table Mountain

The Table Mountain is an iconic flat-topped mountain in Cape Town that rises to a height of 1085 metres, overlooking the entire city

Slave Lodge

The Slave Lodge is one of the oldest colonial buildings in Cape Town, built in 1679 for housing slaves of the Dutch East India Company