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Table Mountain, Long Street, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Two Oceans Marathon, Noon Gun, Lions Head, Heart of Cape Town Museum, Koopmans-de Wet House, Two Oceans Aquarium, Chavonnes Battery Museum, Langa Township, Castle of Good Hope, District Six Museum, Groot Constantia, Newlands Brewery, Greenmarket Square, Rhodes Memorial, The Company's Garden, South African Museum and Planetarium, Orange Kloof, Newlands Stadium, South African National Gallery , Blue Train, Long Street Baths, Signal Hill, St George's Cathedral, Whisky Live Festival, V&A Waterfront, World of Birds
A visit to the first Holocaust Centre in Africa is a sobering experience. While there are very few surviving individuals who experienced the horrors of World War II and the subsequent extermination of 6 million Jews, it is places like the Holocaust Centre in Cape Town that is a frightening reminder to us all of how discrimination can easily lead to genocide. Many South Africans are all too aware of the consequences of discrimination and can sympathise with those families destroyed by Nazism.
The Holocaust Centre is a place of remembrance and contains a host of photographs, audio material, old film reels and memorabilia donated by citizens. The multimedia displays are tastefully presented but some are difficult to watch.
Established by the South African Holocaust and Genocide Foundation, there are 2 other Holocaust centres in Johannesburg and Durban, however, Cape Town was the site chosen for the initial centre. Nelson Mandela’s message at the centre’s 1999... Show more