Pretoria

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Built in 1901, this impressive cream-sandstone complex—home to the administrative branch of government—was designed by Sir Herbert Baker, one of South Africa's most revered architects. — Fodor's
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This vast architectural complex, initiated by President Thabo Mbeki and designed by poet Mongane Wally Serote, stands on a hilltop as a symbolic and democratic response to the Voortrekker Monument. — Michelin Guide
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Built in 1886, this opulent structure is one of South Africa's most beautiful and best-preserved Victorian homes, furnished in period style. — Fodor's
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This furnished, 48-room Victorian mansion, in a mixture of grand styles, and its outbuildings, surrounded by gardens, were built in 1884 for mining and industrial magnate Sammy Marks. — Fodor's
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There’s a reptile park and an aquarium here, as well as a vast collection of exotic trees and plenty of picnic spots. — Lonely Planet
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The garden is 76ha of pristine natural beauty which is divided in two by a 35 metre high quartzite ridge, creating 2 totally different botanical worlds. — Afar Magazine
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This art museum specialises in South African art from throughout the country’s history. It also features regularly changing exhibitions. — Lonely Planet
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The monument is 3km south of the city and is clearly signposted from the N1 freeway. It is surrounded by a 3.40-sq-km nature reserve. — Lonely Planet
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This is a good place to learn more about the animals in South Africa's parks and reserves. — Michelin Guide
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This was once the residence of Paul Kruger, president of the South African republic between 1883 and 1902 and one of the most revered figures in South African history. — Fodor's
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This museum offers an insightful look at the country's indigenous cultures. — Fodor's
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There's a tea garden on the large grounds, an adjacent campsite, and easy trails up a nearby hill. On the second and last Saturday of each month, a crafts market takes to the grounds. — Fodor's
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At Pretoria's heart, Church Square is surrounded by imposing public buildings, including the Palace of Justice, where the Rivonia Trial that sentenced Nelson Mandela to life imprisonment was held. — Lonely Planet
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