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We have created a lists for National monuments and provincial monuments below. The lists of monuments have been created for each Province and show all the registered monuments in that specific province.
 
We have created a lists for National monuments and provincial monuments below. The lists of monuments have been created for each Province and show all the registered monuments in that specific province.
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| 1||9/2/033/0002-548||75 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||75 Cradock Street||75 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||561, 562, 568||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1||9/2/033/0002-548||75 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||75 Cradock Street||75 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||561, 562, 568||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 2||9/2/050/0010/004||Old Officers' Mess, Military Reserve, King William's Town||Old Officers' Mess||Military Reserve||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||511||This U-shaped building was erected in 1849 as an officers' mess at a time when King William's Town formed the centre of the Frontier Wars and accommodated a large garrison. The building was used as a mess until 1884, after which it served inter alia, as a||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2||9/2/050/0010/004||Old Officers' Mess, Military Reserve, King William's Town||Old Officers' Mess||Military Reserve||King William's Town||EC||511||This U-shaped building was erected in 1849 as an officers' mess at a time when King William's Town formed the centre of the Frontier Wars and accommodated a large garrison. The building was used as a mess until 1884, after which it served inter alia, as a||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 3||9/2/033/0002-528||47 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||47 Cradock Street||47 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||243||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 3||9/2/033/0002-528||47 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||47 Cradock Street||47 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||243||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 4||9/2/033/0002-553||48 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||48 Cradock Street||48 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||300||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 4||9/2/033/0002-553||48 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||48 Cradock Street||48 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||300||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 5||9/2/033/0002-552||58 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||58 Cradock Street||58 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||280||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 5||9/2/033/0002-552||58 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||58 Cradock Street||58 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||280||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 6||9/2/033/0002-551||65 and 65A Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||65 and 65A Cradock Street||65 & 65A Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||553||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 6||9/2/033/0002-551||65 and 65A Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||65 and 65A Cradock Street||65 & 65A Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||553||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 7||9/2/033/0050||72 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||72 Cradock Street||72 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||265||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 7||9/2/033/0050||72 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||72 Cradock Street||72 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||265||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 8||9/2/033/0002-550||2 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||2 Parsonage Street||2 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1545||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 8||9/2/033/0002-550||2 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||2 Parsonage Street||2 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1545||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 9||9/2/033/0002-545||44 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||44 Cradock Street||44 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||299, 302||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 9||9/2/033/0002-545||44 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||44 Cradock Street||44 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||299, 302||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 10||9/2/033/0002-549||74 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||74 Cradock Street||74 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||547||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 10||9/2/033/0002-549||74 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||74 Cradock Street||74 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||547||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 11||9/2/033/0038||40 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||40 Cradock Street||40 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||42||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 11||9/2/033/0038||40 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||40 Cradock Street||40 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||42||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 12||9/2/033/0002-537||76 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||76 Cradock Street||76 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||546||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 12||9/2/033/0002-537||76 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||76 Cradock Street||76 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||546||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 13||9/2/033/0002-546||80 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||80 Cradock Street||80 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||543||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 13||9/2/033/0002-546||80 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||80 Cradock Street||80 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||543||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 14||9/2/033/0002-555||92 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||92 Cradock Street||92 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2599||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 14||9/2/033/0002-555||92 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||92 Cradock Street||92 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2599||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 15||9/2/033/0044||95 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||95 Cradock Street||95 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||629||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 15||9/2/033/0044||95 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||95 Cradock Street||95 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||629||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 16||9/2/033/0002-544||96 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||96 Cradock Street||96 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||536||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 16||9/2/033/0002-544||96 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||96 Cradock Street||96 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||536||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 17||9/2/033/0002-543||100 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||100 Cradock Street||100 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||685, 686||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 17||9/2/033/0002-543||100 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||100 Cradock Street||100 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||685, 686||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 18||9/2/033/0002-542||104 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||104 Cradock Street||104 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2243||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 18||9/2/033/0002-542||104 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||104 Cradock Street||104 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2243||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 19||9/2/033/0039||73 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||73 Cradock Street||73 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||560||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 19||9/2/033/0039||73 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||73 Cradock Street||73 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||560||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 20||9/2/073/0037||T S Lanherne, Humewood Road, Port Elizabeth||T S Lanherne||Humewood Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||488||This impressive Victorian house was erected in 1894 for Mr R H Hammersley-Heened, resident engineer and General Manager of the Railways. During the Second World War it served as a convalescent home for soldiers, sailors and airmen, 1 303 of whom were trea||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 20||9/2/073/0037||T S Lanherne, Humewood Road, Port Elizabeth||T S Lanherne||Humewood Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||488||This impressive Victorian house was erected in 1894 for Mr R H Hammersley-Heened, resident engineer and General Manager of the Railways. During the Second World War it served as a convalescent home for soldiers, sailors and airmen, 1 303 of whom were trea||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 21||9/2/050/0004||5 Hood Street, King William's Town||5 Hood Street||5 Hood Street||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||513||This mid-Nineteenth Century double-storey house is closely associated with the military history of King William's Town at a stage when the town was at the centre of the Frontier Wars. The neo-Gothic windows and Victorian wooden balcony are particularly no||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 21||9/2/050/0004||5 Hood Street, King William's Town||5 Hood Street||5 Hood Street||King William's Town||EC||513||This mid-Nineteenth Century double-storey house is closely associated with the military history of King William's Town at a stage when the town was at the centre of the Frontier Wars. The neo-Gothic windows and Victorian wooden balcony are particularly no||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 22||9/2/070/0003||Old Residency, Rawson Street, Pearston||Old Residency||Rawson Street||Pearston||Eastern Cape||375, 376||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 22||9/2/070/0003||Old Residency, Rawson Street, Pearston||Old Residency||Rawson Street||Pearston||EC||375, 376||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 23||9/2/009/0011||White Gables, 15 Park Road, Port Alfred||White Gables||15 Park Road||Port Alfred||Eastern Cape||825||This early Victorian dwelling-house with its two impressive triangular front gables dates from the 1830s and was erected by Captain Thomas Cowedroy. The two murals in the billiard room are also noteworthy.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 23||9/2/009/0011||White Gables, 15 Park Road, Port Alfred||White Gables||15 Park Road||Port Alfred||EC||825||This early Victorian dwelling-house with its two impressive triangular front gables dates from the 1830s and was erected by Captain Thomas Cowedroy. The two murals in the billiard room are also noteworthy.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 24||9/2/073/0022||7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth||7 Castle Hill||7 Castle Hill||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3987||The house, No. 7 Castle Hill, was built in 1825 for the Rev. Francis McCleland, first Colonial Chaplain in Port Elizabeth. It is an excellent example of early 19th Century town houses in the Eastern Province. It is amongst the earliest substantial buildin||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 24||9/2/073/0022||7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth||7 Castle Hill||7 Castle Hill||Port Elizabeth||EC||3987||The house, No. 7 Castle Hill, was built in 1825 for the Rev. Francis McCleland, first Colonial Chaplain in Port Elizabeth. It is an excellent example of early 19th Century town houses in the Eastern Province. It is amongst the earliest substantial buildin||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 25||9/2/073/0034||14 Constitution Hill, Port Elizabeth||14 Constitution Hill||14 Constitution Hill||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1912||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 25||9/2/073/0034||14 Constitution Hill, Port Elizabeth||14 Constitution Hill||14 Constitution Hill||Port Elizabeth||EC||1912||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 26||9/2/073/0008/003||38 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||38 Newington Road||38 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3073||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 26||9/2/073/0008/003||38 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||38 Newington Road||38 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3073||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 27||9/2/073/0008/011||56 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||56 Newington Road||56 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3082||This house forms part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late Victorian double-storeyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the end of the nineteenth century and which have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 27||9/2/073/0008/011||56 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||56 Newington Road||56 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3082||This house forms part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late Victorian double-storeyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the end of the nineteenth century and which have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 28||9/2/033/0002-547||45 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||45 Cradock Street||45 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||243||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 28||9/2/033/0002-547||45 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||45 Cradock Street||45 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||243||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 29||9/2/073/0008/010||54 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||54 Newington Road||54 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3081||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 29||9/2/073/0008/010||54 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||54 Newington Road||54 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3081||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 30||9/2/033/0002-539||117 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||117 Cradock Street||117 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1021||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 30||9/2/033/0002-539||117 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||117 Cradock Street||117 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1021||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 31||9/2/073/0039||Hillside House, 14 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth||Hillside House||14 Bird Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3914||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 31||9/2/073/0039||Hillside House, 14 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth||Hillside House||14 Bird Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||3914||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 32||9/2/073/0042||8 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth||8 Bird Street||8 Bird Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||4924||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 32||9/2/073/0042||8 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth||8 Bird Street||8 Bird Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||4924||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 33||9/2/073/0024||Terrace, Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||Terrace||Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 33||9/2/073/0024||Terrace, Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||Terrace||Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 34||9/2/073/0017||Fleming House, 20 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth||Fleming House||20 Bird Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||5546||Fleming House is an excellent example of a dwelling of a wealthy merchant in the mid-19th Century, executed in the Regency style. Built in 1853, the house has close associations with a number of leading citizens in the Cape Colony. During the 20th Century||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 34||9/2/073/0017||Fleming House, 20 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth||Fleming House||20 Bird Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||5546||Fleming House is an excellent example of a dwelling of a wealthy merchant in the mid-19th Century, executed in the Regency style. Built in 1853, the house has close associations with a number of leading citizens in the Cape Colony. During the 20th Century||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 35||9/2/033/0002-522||9 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||9 Bourke Street||9 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1294||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 35||9/2/033/0002-522||9 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||9 Bourke Street||9 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1294||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 36||9/2/033/0002-521||Camdeboo Cottages, 39-47 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||Camdeboo Cottages||39-47 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1212/1213/1214/1215/1216||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 36||9/2/033/0002-521||Camdeboo Cottages, 39-47 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||Camdeboo Cottages||39-47 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1212/1213/1214/1215/1216||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 37||9/2/033/0002-520||37 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||37 Cradock Street||37 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||238||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 37||9/2/033/0002-520||37 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||37 Cradock Street||37 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||238||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 38||9/2/073/0008/002||58 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||58 Newington Road||58 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3083||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 38||9/2/073/0008/002||58 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||58 Newington Road||58 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3083||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 39||9/2/033/0002-335||18 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||18 Parsonage Street||18 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1520||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 39||9/2/033/0002-335||18 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||18 Parsonage Street||18 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1520||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 40||9/2/033/0002-342||3 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||3 Parsonage Street||3 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1606||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 40||9/2/033/0002-342||3 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||3 Parsonage Street||3 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1606||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 41||9/2/003/0119-003||58-60 High Street, Grahamstown||58-60 High Street||58-60 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3879||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 41||9/2/003/0119-003||58-60 High Street, Grahamstown||58-60 High Street||58-60 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3879||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 42||9/2/003/0043||Beaumont and Rice Building, 112 High Street, Grahamstown||Beaumont and Rice Building||112 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3686||A fine building with front facade of Bathurst sandstone.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 42||9/2/003/0043||Beaumont and Rice Building, 112 High Street, Grahamstown||Beaumont and Rice Building||112 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3686||A fine building with front facade of Bathurst sandstone.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 43||9/2/033/0002-351||6 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||6 Parsonage Street||6 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1527||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 43||9/2/033/0002-351||6 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||6 Parsonage Street||6 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1527||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 44||9/2/033/0002-340||8 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||8 Parsonage Street||8 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1526||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 44||9/2/033/0002-340||8 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||8 Parsonage Street||8 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1526||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 45||9/2/033/0002-339||9 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||9 Parsonage Street||9 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1561||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 45||9/2/033/0002-339||9 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||9 Parsonage Street||9 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1561||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 46||9/2/033/0002-338||12 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||12 Parsonage Street||12 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1523||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 46||9/2/033/0002-338||12 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||12 Parsonage Street||12 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1523||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 47||9/2/033/0002-541||107 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||107 Cradock Street||107 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||844||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 47||9/2/033/0002-541||107 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||107 Cradock Street||107 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||844||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 48||9/2/033/0002-336||16 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||16 Parsonage Street||16 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1521||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 48||9/2/033/0002-336||16 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||16 Parsonage Street||16 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1521||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 49||9/2/003/0051||46-48 High Street, Grahamstown||46-48 High Street||46-48 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3887 and 3888||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 49||9/2/003/0051||46-48 High Street, Grahamstown||46-48 High Street||46-48 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3887 and 3888||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 50||9/2/033/0002-360||20 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||20 Parsonage Street||20 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1510||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 50||9/2/033/0002-360||20 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||20 Parsonage Street||20 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1510||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 51||9/2/033/0002-362||10 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 Stockenstroom Street||10 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||363||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 51||9/2/033/0002-362||10 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 Stockenstroom Street||10 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||363||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 52||9/2/033/0002-343||30 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||30 Stockenstroom Street||30 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||352||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 52||9/2/033/0002-343||30 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||30 Stockenstroom Street||30 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||352||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 53||9/2/033/0002-368||32 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||32 Stockenstroom Street||32 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||352 and 351||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 53||9/2/033/0002-368||32 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||32 Stockenstroom Street||32 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||352 and 351||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 54||9/2/033/0002-367||33 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||33 Stockenstroom Street||33 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3562||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 54||9/2/033/0002-367||33 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||33 Stockenstroom Street||33 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3562||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 55||9/2/033/0002-366||44 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||44 Stockenstroom Street||44 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||345||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 55||9/2/033/0002-366||44 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||44 Stockenstroom Street||44 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||345||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 56||9/2/033/0002-365||45 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||45 Stockenstroom Street||45 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||311||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 56||9/2/033/0002-365||45 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||45 Stockenstroom Street||45 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||311||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 57||9/2/033/0002-337||14 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||14 Parsonage Street||14 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1522||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 57||9/2/033/0002-337||14 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||14 Parsonage Street||14 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1522||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 58||9/2/026/0014||Old Public Library, Argyle Street, East London||Publicity Association||Argyle Street||East London||Eastern Cape||15275||These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 58||9/2/026/0014||Old Public Library, Argyle Street, East London||Publicity Association||Argyle Street||East London||EC||15275||These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 59||9/2/033/0009||Rietvlei, Graaff-Reinet District||Rietvlei||Rietvlei, Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 59||9/2/033/0009||Rietvlei, Graaff-Reinet District||Rietvlei||Rietvlei, Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 60||9/2/033/0002-538||119 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||119 Cradock Street||119 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1021- 1018||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 60||9/2/033/0002-538||119 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||119 Cradock Street||119 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1021- 1018||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 61||9/2/033/0002-443||124 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||124 Cradock Street||124 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2233||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 61||9/2/033/0002-443||124 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||124 Cradock Street||124 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2233||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 62||9/2/033/0002-316||126 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||126 Cradock Street||126 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2233||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 62||9/2/033/0002-316||126 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||126 Cradock Street||126 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2233||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 63||9/2/033/0002-464||128 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||128 Cradock Street||128 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2233||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 63||9/2/033/0002-464||128 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||128 Cradock Street||128 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2233||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 64||9/2/033/0002-349||135 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||135 Cradock Street||135 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||971||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 64||9/2/033/0002-349||135 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||135 Cradock Street||135 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||971||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 65||9/2/033/0014||136 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||136 Cradock Street||136 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||667||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 65||9/2/033/0014||136 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||136 Cradock Street||136 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||667||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 66||9/2/003/0119-002||54-56 High Street, Grahamstown||54-56 High Street||54-56 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3880||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 66||9/2/003/0119-002||54-56 High Street, Grahamstown||54-56 High Street||54-56 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3880||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 67||9/2/033/0002-347||150 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||150 Cradock Street||150 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3513||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 67||9/2/033/0002-347||150 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||150 Cradock Street||150 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3513||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 68||9/2/003/0052||50 High Street, Grahamstown||50 High Street||50 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3882 and 3886||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 68||9/2/003/0052||50 High Street, Grahamstown||50 High Street||50 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3882 and 3886||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 69||9/2/033/0002-346||152 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||152 Cradock Street||152 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||891, 896||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 69||9/2/033/0002-346||152 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||152 Cradock Street||152 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||891, 896||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 70||9/2/033/0002-345||155 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||155 Cradock Street||155 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||953, 955||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 70||9/2/033/0002-345||155 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||155 Cradock Street||155 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||953, 955||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 71||9/2/026/0013||Cuthbert's Building, 110 Oxford Street, East London||Cuthbert's Building||110 Oxford Street||East London||Eastern Cape||15284||This imposing treble-storeyed building, with its Flemish Renaissance gables, was designed by the architects Parker and Forsyth of Cape Town and erected in 1901 under the supervision of J Pender West, of the same firm, for W M Cuthbert. The fine cast-iron ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 71||9/2/026/0013||Cuthbert's Building, 110 Oxford Street, East London||Cuthbert's Building||110 Oxford Street||East London||EC||15284||This imposing treble-storeyed building, with its Flemish Renaissance gables, was designed by the architects Parker and Forsyth of Cape Town and erected in 1901 under the supervision of J Pender West, of the same firm, for W M Cuthbert. The fine cast-iron ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 72||9/2/003/0048||36 High Street, Grahamstown||36 High Street||36 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3901 and 3902||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 72||9/2/003/0048||36 High Street, Grahamstown||36 High Street||36 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3901 and 3902||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 73||9/2/003/0047||32, 34 High Street, Grahamstown||32, 34 High Street||32, 34 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3901, 3902 and 3903||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. This is a fine late Victorian shop front of two floors with a domed corner tower jutting out and overhanging curved verandah roof. Free Renaissance facade treatment with fene||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 73||9/2/003/0047||32, 34 High Street, Grahamstown||32, 34 High Street||32, 34 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3901, 3902 and 3903||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping. This is a fine late Victorian shop front of two floors with a domed corner tower jutting out and overhanging curved verandah roof. Free Renaissance facade treatment with fene||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 74||9/2/033/0002-344||176 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||176 Cradock Street||176 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||924||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 74||9/2/033/0002-344||176 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||176 Cradock Street||176 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||924||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 75||9/2/033/0002-334||180 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||180 Cradock Street||180 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||45, 3562||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 75||9/2/033/0002-334||180 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||180 Cradock Street||180 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||45, 3562||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 76||9/2/033/0002-540||109 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||109 Cradock Street||109 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||844||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 76||9/2/033/0002-540||109 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||109 Cradock Street||109 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||844||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 77||9/2/033/0002-348||138A Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||138A Cradock Street||138A Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||655||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 77||9/2/033/0002-348||138A Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||138A Cradock Street||138A Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||655||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 78||9/2/004/0011||Old Reformed Church Theological Seminary, Burgersdorp||Old Reformed Church Theological Seminary||Burgersdorp||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||184||In this building the Theological Seminary of the Gereformeerde Kerk in Suid-Afrika was established in 1869.  In 1905 this institution was moved to Potchefstroom where it eventually gave rise to the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 78||9/2/004/0011||Old Reformed Church Theological Seminary, Burgersdorp||Old Reformed Church Theological Seminary||Burgersdorp||Burgersdorp||EC||184||In this building the Theological Seminary of the Gereformeerde Kerk in Suid-Afrika was established in 1869.  In 1905 this institution was moved to Potchefstroom where it eventually gave rise to the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 79||9/2/009/0016||Methodist Church, York Road, Bathurst||Methodist Church||York Road||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||406||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 79||9/2/009/0016||Methodist Church, York Road, Bathurst||Methodist Church||York Road||Bathurst||EC||406||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 80||9/2/033/0057||Jewish Cemetery, Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||Jewish Cemetery||Donkin Street, cnr Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||396||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 80||9/2/033/0057||Jewish Cemetery, Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||Jewish Cemetery||Donkin Street, cnr Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||396||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 81||9/2/073/0005||Donkin Reserve, Port Elizabeth||Donkin Reserve||||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1900||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 81||9/2/073/0005||Donkin Reserve, Port Elizabeth||Donkin Reserve||||Port Elizabeth||EC||1900||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 82||9/2/009/0014||Methodist Church complex, Clumber, Bathurst District||Methodist Church complex||Clumber, Bathurst District||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||Allotment 18||On this site the Nottingham Party of British Settlers held a service of thanksgiving on their arrival in 1820 and built the first church in 1825. The second church, which replaced it in 1837, served as a defence station in 1846 during the hostilities. The||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 82||9/2/009/0014||Methodist Church complex, Clumber, Bathurst District||Methodist Church complex||Clumber, Bathurst District||Bathurst||EC||Allotment 18||On this site the Nottingham Party of British Settlers held a service of thanksgiving on their arrival in 1820 and built the first church in 1825. The second church, which replaced it in 1837, served as a defence station in 1846 during the hostilities. The||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 83||9/2/073/0029||Erf 4763, 4764, Market Square, Port Elizabeth||Market Square||Port Elizabeth||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||4763, 4764||The Market Square forms an important part of the historic centre of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 83||9/2/073/0029||Erf 4763, 4764, Market Square, Port Elizabeth||Market Square||Port Elizabeth||Port Elizabeth||EC||4763, 4764||The Market Square forms an important part of the historic centre of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 84||9/2/011/0003||1828 and 1874 Dutch Reformed Churches, Glen Lynden, Bedford District||1828 & 1874 Dutch Reformed Churches||Glen Lynden, Bedford District||Bedford||Eastern Cape||54||The older church, which dates from 1828, was erected in the simple vernacular style. It is T-shaped and, together with the other neighbouring church, which was erected in 1874 in the neo-Gothic style, it forms an important architectural group.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 84||9/2/011/0003||1828 and 1874 Dutch Reformed Churches, Glen Lynden, Bedford District||1828 & 1874 Dutch Reformed Churches||Glen Lynden, Bedford District||Bedford||EC||54||The older church, which dates from 1828, was erected in the simple vernacular style. It is T-shaped and, together with the other neighbouring church, which was erected in 1874 in the neo-Gothic style, it forms an important architectural group.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 85||9/2/033/0002-526||93 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||93 Donkin Street||93 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||835||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 85||9/2/033/0002-526||93 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||93 Donkin Street||93 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||835||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 86||9/2/024/0012||Dutch Reformed Church, Stockenstroom Street, Cradock||Dutch Reformed Church||Stockenstroom Street||Cradock||Eastern Cape||885||This church building is situated on the same site where the first Dutch Reformed Church in Cradock was built between 1821 and 1824.  Construction work on the present church commenced in January 1864 and it was consecrated on 10 September 1868. As reagrds ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 86||9/2/024/0012||Dutch Reformed Church, Stockenstroom Street, Cradock||Dutch Reformed Church||Stockenstroom Street||Cradock||EC||885||This church building is situated on the same site where the first Dutch Reformed Church in Cradock was built between 1821 and 1824.  Construction work on the present church commenced in January 1864 and it was consecrated on 10 September 1868. As reagrds ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 87||9/2/050/0036||Lutheran Church complex, Braunschweig||Lutheran Church complex||Braunschweig||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||||This Lutheran Church complex consisting of the neo-Gothic church building of 1904, the parsonage of 1860 and the school building of 1860 and extension of 1904, is closely associated with the arrival of the German Legion in 1857and thereafter the German Se||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 87||9/2/050/0036||Lutheran Church complex, Braunschweig||Lutheran Church complex||Braunschweig||King William's Town||EC||||This Lutheran Church complex consisting of the neo-Gothic church building of 1904, the parsonage of 1860 and the school building of 1860 and extension of 1904, is closely associated with the arrival of the German Legion in 1857and thereafter the German Se||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 88||9/2/005/0004||Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Alexandria||Dutch Reformed Church||Voortrekker Street||Alexandria||Eastern Cape||1173||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 88||9/2/005/0004||Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Alexandria||Dutch Reformed Church||Voortrekker Street||Alexandria||EC||1173||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 89||9/2/004/0003||Christ Church, Church Street, Burgersdorp||Christ Church||Church Street||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||190||This church with its neo-Gothic features dates from the 1860s. The chancel was erected in 1902.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 89||9/2/004/0003||Christ Church, Church Street, Burgersdorp||Christ Church||Church Street||Burgersdorp||EC||190||This church with its neo-Gothic features dates from the 1860s. The chancel was erected in 1902.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 90||9/2/004/0006||Old Reformed Church Parsonage, Piet Retief Street, Burgersdorp||Old Reformed Church Parsonage||Piet Retief Street||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||185||This Victorian house dates from the middle of the nineteenth century. From 1868 it served as parsonage for Prof Dirk Potsma, founder of the Reformed Church in South Africa. Prof Jan Lion-Cachet also lived here from 1895.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 90||9/2/004/0006||Old Reformed Church Parsonage, Piet Retief Street, Burgersdorp||Old Reformed Church Parsonage||Piet Retief Street||Burgersdorp||EC||185||This Victorian house dates from the middle of the nineteenth century. From 1868 it served as parsonage for Prof Dirk Potsma, founder of the Reformed Church in South Africa. Prof Jan Lion-Cachet also lived here from 1895.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 91||9/2/020/0003-002||Second Church, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District||Second Church||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 91||9/2/020/0003-002||Second Church, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District||Second Church||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 92||9/2/020/0003||Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District||Hilton Methodist Church complex||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 92||9/2/020/0003||Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District||Hilton Methodist Church complex||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 93||9/2/020/0003-001||First Church, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District||First Church||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 93||9/2/020/0003-001||First Church, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District||First Church||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 94||9/2/024/0011||Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage, 87 High Street, Cradock||Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage||87 High Street||Cradock||Eastern Cape||1710||This property was probably granted to the Church Council of the local Dutch Reformed Church early in the 19th Century, although the building of the parsonage was commenced in 1848.  The parsonage, which was used as such until 1904, is  mainly associated w||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 94||9/2/024/0011||Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage, 87 High Street, Cradock||Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage||87 High Street||Cradock||EC||1710||This property was probably granted to the Church Council of the local Dutch Reformed Church early in the 19th Century, although the building of the parsonage was commenced in 1848.  The parsonage, which was used as such until 1904, is  mainly associated w||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 95||9/2/050/0007||Old Residency, Reserve Road, King William's Town||Old Residency||Reserve Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||511 or 4682||The historic Residency was erected around 1846 and is situated on the spot where the London Missionary Society's mission station was built by John Brownlee after his arrival in 1826. This building is closely linked to the history of King William's Town an||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 95||9/2/050/0007||Old Residency, Reserve Road, King William's Town||Old Residency||Reserve Road||King William's Town||EC||511 or 4682||The historic Residency was erected around 1846 and is situated on the spot where the London Missionary Society's mission station was built by John Brownlee after his arrival in 1826. This building is closely linked to the history of King William's Town an||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 96||9/2/077/0003||Hexagon, Queenstown||Hexagon||||Queenstown||Eastern Cape||||The Hexagon was originally laid out in the centre of Queenstown for defence purposes, and has remained the focal point of the town plan.  The idea of this Hexagon shape originated with Commander T H Bowker, whose memorandum on the granting of farms and th||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 96||9/2/077/0003||Hexagon, Queenstown||Hexagon||||Queenstown||EC||||The Hexagon was originally laid out in the centre of Queenstown for defence purposes, and has remained the focal point of the town plan.  The idea of this Hexagon shape originated with Commander T H Bowker, whose memorandum on the granting of farms and th||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 97||9/2/090/0006||Ganger's Cottage No 17, East London and Queenstown Railway, Stutterheim District||Ganger's Cottage No 17||Stutterheim District||Stutterheim||Eastern Cape||2279||This fortified house is one of the only remaining examples of a series of similar structures which were built during the Frontier War of 1877-1878 to protect the railway line between East London and Toise River.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 97||9/2/090/0006||Ganger's Cottage No 17, East London and Queenstown Railway, Stutterheim District||Ganger's Cottage No 17||Stutterheim District||Stutterheim||EC||2279||This fortified house is one of the only remaining examples of a series of similar structures which were built during the Frontier War of 1877-1878 to protect the railway line between East London and Toise River.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 98||9/2/009/0017||St Stephen's Church, Ostrich Spring, Bathurst District||St Stephen's Church||Coniston, Bathurst District||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||143||St Stephen's is a fine historical country church, recently restored to full use. It complements the collection of country churches in the Lower Albany Region such as St John's in Bathurst and St Mary's in Cuylervillel, and fully warrants recognition.||Register
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| 98||9/2/009/0017||St Stephen's Church, Ostrich Spring, Bathurst District||St Stephen's Church||Coniston, Bathurst District||Bathurst||EC||143||St Stephen's is a fine historical country church, recently restored to full use. It complements the collection of country churches in the Lower Albany Region such as St John's in Bathurst and St Mary's in Cuylervillel, and fully warrants recognition.||Register
 
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| 99||9/2/050/0023||Old Military Hospital, King William's Town||Old Military Hospital||King William's Town||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||511||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 99||9/2/050/0023||Old Military Hospital, King William's Town||Old Military Hospital||King William's Town||King William's Town||EC||511||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 100||9/2/050/0010/002||Old Powder Magazine, Military Reserve, King William's Town||Old Powder Magazine||Military Reserve||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||511||This powder magazine is one of the largest and best preserved examples of its kind in South Africa. It was probably erected in two stages, namely between 1852 and 1862 and between 1864 and 1875.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 100||9/2/050/0010/002||Old Powder Magazine, Military Reserve, King William's Town||Old Powder Magazine||Military Reserve||King William's Town||EC||511||This powder magazine is one of the largest and best preserved examples of its kind in South Africa. It was probably erected in two stages, namely between 1852 and 1862 and between 1864 and 1875.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 101||9/2/050/0022||Old Blacksmiths shop, Oak Street, King William's Town||Old Blacksmiths shop||Oak Street||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||511||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 101||9/2/050/0022||Old Blacksmiths shop, Oak Street, King William's Town||Old Blacksmiths shop||Oak Street||King William's Town||EC||511||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 102||9/2/050/0021||Old Royal Engineers Officers' Mess, Reserve Road, King William's Town||Old Royal Engineers Officers' Mess||Reserve Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||511||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 102||9/2/050/0021||Old Royal Engineers Officers' Mess, Reserve Road, King William's Town||Old Royal Engineers Officers' Mess||Reserve Road||King William's Town||EC||511||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 103||9/2/502/0016||Watch Tower, Peddie||Watch Tower||Peddie, Ciskei||Peddie||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 103||9/2/502/0016||Watch Tower, Peddie||Watch Tower||Peddie, Ciskei||Peddie||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 104||4/K/Ped/2||Cavalry Barracks and Stables, Peddie||Cavalry Barracks and Stables||Peddie||Peddie||Eastern Cape||||This military building complex was erected in about 1840 and until 1862 served as an important centre of among others, the Cape Mounted Riflemen. Hereafter some of the military buildings were used for many years as the Residency and postmaster's dwelling.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 104||4/K/Ped/2||Cavalry Barracks and Stables, Peddie||Cavalry Barracks and Stables||Peddie||Peddie||EC||||This military building complex was erected in about 1840 and until 1862 served as an important centre of among others, the Cape Mounted Riflemen. Hereafter some of the military buildings were used for many years as the Residency and postmaster's dwelling.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 105||9/2/009/0023||St John's Church, Donkin Street, Bathurst||St John's Church||Donkin Street||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||103||This fine church was built by 1820 Settlers. The foundation stone was laid in 1832. It repeatedly served as a place of refuge and fortification during times of war.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 105||9/2/009/0023||St John's Church, Donkin Street, Bathurst||St John's Church||Donkin Street||Bathurst||EC||103||This fine church was built by 1820 Settlers. The foundation stone was laid in 1832. It repeatedly served as a place of refuge and fortification during times of war.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 106||9/2/082/0007||Walter Battiss Art Museum, 45 Paulet Street, Somerset East||Walter Battiss Art Museum||45 Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||57||This Georgian double-storeyed building was originally erected in about 1815 by Lord Charles Somerset for officers and presumably also soldiers who were stationed on the Eastern Frontier.  The Victorian verandah was added later.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 106||9/2/082/0007||Walter Battiss Art Museum, 45 Paulet Street, Somerset East||Walter Battiss Art Museum||45 Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||57||This Georgian double-storeyed building was originally erected in about 1815 by Lord Charles Somerset for officers and presumably also soldiers who were stationed on the Eastern Frontier.  The Victorian verandah was added later.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 107||9/2/009/0025||St Mary's Church, Cuylerville, Bathurst District||St Mary's Church||Cuylerville, Bathurst District||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||||A party of 256 settlers under Lieut. John Baillie R.N. established themselves here in 1820 and named the place Cuylerville. On this site they built a church and school. which also served as a fortification against the repeated attacks of the Xhosas. The p||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 107||9/2/009/0025||St Mary's Church, Cuylerville, Bathurst District||St Mary's Church||Cuylerville, Bathurst District||Bathurst||EC||||A party of 256 settlers under Lieut. John Baillie R.N. established themselves here in 1820 and named the place Cuylerville. On this site they built a church and school. which also served as a fortification against the repeated attacks of the Xhosas. The p||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 108||9/2/095/0010||Site of Anglo-Boer War Concentration Camp, Uitenhage||Site of Anglo-Boer War Concentration Camp||||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||11216||The concentration camp site at Uitenhage was in use from April to October 1902, and was one of the last of about 50 concentration camps that were established during the Anglo-Boer War. Mainly women and children from the Orange Free State were housed here ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 108||9/2/095/0010||Site of Anglo-Boer War Concentration Camp, Uitenhage||Site of Anglo-Boer War Concentration Camp||||Uitenhage||EC||11216||The concentration camp site at Uitenhage was in use from April to October 1902, and was one of the last of about 50 concentration camps that were established during the Anglo-Boer War. Mainly women and children from the Orange Free State were housed here ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 109||9/2/002/0005||Glen Thorn Presbyterian Church, Glen Thorn, Adelaide District||Glen Thorn Presbyterian Church||Glen Thorn, Adelaide District||||Eastern Cape||41||Oldest Presbyterian Church building used continuously for worship in the Eastern Cape.  Built 1840.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 109||9/2/002/0005||Glen Thorn Presbyterian Church, Glen Thorn, Adelaide District||Glen Thorn Presbyterian Church||Glen Thorn, Adelaide District||||EC||41||Oldest Presbyterian Church building used continuously for worship in the EC.  Built 1840.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 110||9/2/003/0042||Kariega Baptist Church, Albany District||Kariega Baptist Church||Kariega, Albany District||||Eastern Cape||||The foundations and part of the walls of this church were built in 1834.  It was to have been the first Baptist church in South Africa outside Grahamstown but three successive Frontier Wars intervened before it was completed in 1854.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 110||9/2/003/0042||Kariega Baptist Church, Albany District||Kariega Baptist Church||Kariega, Albany District||||EC||||The foundations and part of the walls of this church were built in 1834.  It was to have been the first Baptist church in South Africa outside Grahamstown but three successive Frontier Wars intervened before it was completed in 1854.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 111||9/2/003/0029/001||1832 Methodist Church, Salem, Albany District||1832 Methodist Church||Salem, Albany District||Salem||Eastern Cape||||This church complex, consisting of the 1832 re-erected church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early nineteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa.The corner-stones of thes||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 111||9/2/003/0029/001||1832 Methodist Church, Salem, Albany District||1832 Methodist Church||Salem, Albany District||Salem||EC||||This church complex, consisting of the 1832 re-erected church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early nineteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa.The corner-stones of thes||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 112||9/2/003/0029/002||1850 Methodist Church, Salem, Albany District||1850 Methodist Church||Salem, Albany District||Salem||Eastern Cape||||This church complex, consisting of the 1832 re-erected church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early nineteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa.The corner-stones of thes||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 112||9/2/003/0029/002||1850 Methodist Church, Salem, Albany District||1850 Methodist Church||Salem, Albany District||Salem||EC||||This church complex, consisting of the 1832 re-erected church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early nineteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa.The corner-stones of thes||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 113||9/2/003/0029||1832 and 1850 Methodist Churches, Salem, Albany District||1832 and 1850 Methodist Churches||Salem, Albany District||Salem||Eastern Cape||519||This church complex, consisting of the 1832 church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early ninetteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 113||9/2/003/0029||1832 and 1850 Methodist Churches, Salem, Albany District||1832 and 1850 Methodist Churches||Salem, Albany District||Salem||EC||519||This church complex, consisting of the 1832 church, the 1850 neo-Gothic church and the early ninetteenth century ring-wall, is closely associated with the 1820 Settlers, as well as the start of Methodism in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 114||9/2/003/0044||Farmerfield Methodist Church, Albany District||Farmerfield Methodist Church||Albany District||Albany||Eastern Cape||549||This neo-Gothic Methodist Church was designed by the Rev. Thornley Smith and was erected in 1844.  It originally served a community established by the Rev. William Shaw as an experiment in social rehabilitation.  The church building  is still being used a||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 114||9/2/003/0044||Farmerfield Methodist Church, Albany District||Farmerfield Methodist Church||Albany District||Albany||EC||549||This neo-Gothic Methodist Church was designed by the Rev. Thornley Smith and was erected in 1844.  It originally served a community established by the Rev. William Shaw as an experiment in social rehabilitation.  The church building  is still being used a||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 115||9/2/109/0003||Dutch Reformed Church, 90 Grey Street, Dordrecht||Dutch Reformed Church||90 Grey Street||Dordrecht||Eastern Cape||501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506||This rectangular stone church building, with its elegant stone tower of 154 feet, is one of the best examples of the Gothic renewal building style. The cornerstone was laid on 20 May 1882 and the building was officially inaugurated on 18 August 1883. The ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 115||9/2/109/0003||Dutch Reformed Church, 90 Grey Street, Dordrecht||Dutch Reformed Church||90 Grey Street||Dordrecht||EC||501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506||This rectangular stone church building, with its elegant stone tower of 154 feet, is one of the best examples of the Gothic renewal building style. The cornerstone was laid on 20 May 1882 and the building was officially inaugurated on 18 August 1883. The ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 116||9/2/073/0006||Fort Frederick, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth||Fort Frederick||Belmont Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3596||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 116||9/2/073/0006||Fort Frederick, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth||Fort Frederick||Belmont Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3596||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 117||9/2/033/0002-417||71 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||71 Donkin Street||71 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||877||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 117||9/2/033/0002-417||71 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||71 Donkin Street||71 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||877||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 118||9/2/003/0017||Commemoration Church, High Street, Grahamstown||Commemoration Church||High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||1898||The Commemoration Church, which is predominantly in the neo-Gothic style, was erected to mark the silver jubilee of the arrival of the British Settlers of 1820. The Foundation-stone was laid on 10 April 1845. The church was inaugurated on 24 November 1850||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 118||9/2/003/0017||Commemoration Church, High Street, Grahamstown||Commemoration Church||High Street||Grahamstown||EC||1898||The Commemoration Church, which is predominantly in the neo-Gothic style, was erected to mark the silver jubilee of the arrival of the British Settlers of 1820. The Foundation-stone was laid on 10 April 1845. The church was inaugurated on 24 November 1850||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 119||9/2/033/0002-536||Hester Rupert Art Museum, 19 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Hester Rupert Art Museum||19 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1505||The Old Mission Church was built in 1821 by a local missionary Society, the Graaff-Reinetse Medewerkende Sendinggenootschap.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 119||9/2/033/0002-536||Hester Rupert Art Museum, 19 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Hester Rupert Art Museum||19 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1505||The Old Mission Church was built in 1821 by a local missionary Society, the Graaff-Reinetse Medewerkende Sendinggenootschap.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 120||9/2/033/0036||Old Congregational Church, 23 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Old Congregational Church||23 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3398||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 120||9/2/033/0036||Old Congregational Church, 23 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Old Congregational Church||23 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3398||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 121||9/2/033/0042||Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Dutch Reformed Church||Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1495||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 121||9/2/033/0042||Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Dutch Reformed Church||Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1495||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 122||9/2/033/0016||St James Church, 35 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||St James Church||35 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1512||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 122||9/2/033/0016||St James Church, 35 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||St James Church||35 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1512||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 123||9/2/033/0002-525||104 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||104 Church Street||104 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1052, 1053||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 123||9/2/033/0002-525||104 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||104 Church Street||104 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1052, 1053||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 124||9/2/073/0016/003||5 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||5 Cora Terrace||5 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3922||These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 124||9/2/073/0016/003||5 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||5 Cora Terrace||5 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3922||These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 125||9/2/024/0003||Old Congregational Church, 1 High Street, Cradock||Old Congregational Church||1 High Street||Cradock||Eastern Cape||1227||This neo-Gothic church was erected in 1853 by the Revd. Barry Taylor, the then missionary in Cradock of the London Missionary Society. It is a replica of the Harpenden Chapel in England.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 125||9/2/024/0003||Old Congregational Church, 1 High Street, Cradock||Old Congregational Church||1 High Street||Cradock||EC||1227||This neo-Gothic church was erected in 1853 by the Revd. Barry Taylor, the then missionary in Cradock of the London Missionary Society. It is a replica of the Harpenden Chapel in England.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 126||9/2/033/0002-523||138B Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||138B Cradock Street||138B Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||656 & 655||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 126||9/2/033/0002-523||138B Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||138B Cradock Street||138B Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||656 & 655||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 127||9/2/003/0085||Chapel of St Mary and All the Angels, Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Chapel of St Mary and All the Angels||Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3255/3259||This basilican chapel was built in 1915/16.  The foundation stone was laid on 2 June 1915 and the chapel was consecrated by Bishop Phelps on 14 October 1916.  The impressive fresco of the Madonna and child above the alter was painted by Sister Margaret fr||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 127||9/2/003/0085||Chapel of St Mary and All the Angels, Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Chapel of St Mary and All the Angels||Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||3255/3259||This basilican chapel was built in 1915/16.  The foundation stone was laid on 2 June 1915 and the chapel was consecrated by Bishop Phelps on 14 October 1916.  The impressive fresco of the Madonna and child above the alter was painted by Sister Margaret fr||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 128||9/2/033/0002-442||72 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||72 Donkin Street||72 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||797||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 128||9/2/033/0002-442||72 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||72 Donkin Street||72 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||797||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 129||9/2/033/0002-441||76 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||76 Donkin Street||76 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||807||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 129||9/2/033/0002-441||76 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||76 Donkin Street||76 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||807||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 130||Graaff-ReinetTemp||Dutch Reformed Church, Adendorp, Graaff-Reinet District||Dutch Reformed Church||Adendorp, Graaff-Reinet District||Adendorp||Eastern Cape||1145||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 130||Graaff-ReinetTemp||Dutch Reformed Church, Adendorp, Graaff-Reinet District||Dutch Reformed Church||Adendorp, Graaff-Reinet District||Adendorp||EC||1145||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 131||9/2/033/0004||Urquhart House, Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||Urquhart House||Somerset Street, cnr Murray Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||4312||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 131||9/2/033/0004||Urquhart House, Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||Urquhart House||Somerset Street, cnr Murray Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||4312||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 132||9/2/050/0008||Holy Trinity Church, Prince Alfred's Square, King William's Town||Holy Trinity Church||Prince Alfred's Square||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||610||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 132||9/2/050/0008||Holy Trinity Church, Prince Alfred's Square, King William's Town||Holy Trinity Church||Prince Alfred's Square||King William's Town||EC||610||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 133||9/2/053/0003||St Paul's Church, Komga||St Paul's Church||63 Fountain Street||Komga||Eastern Cape||63||The original part of this church was completed in 1866 and was used as a temporary fort during the Nineth Frontier War (1877-78). The chancel was added in 1880 and the castellated tower early in the 20th Century.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 133||9/2/053/0003||St Paul's Church, Komga||St Paul's Church||63 Fountain Street||Komga||EC||63||The original part of this church was completed in 1866 and was used as a temporary fort during the Nineth Frontier War (1877-78). The chancel was added in 1880 and the castellated tower early in the 20th Century.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 134||9/2/033/0002-352||Adampie Cafe, 81 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Adampie Café||81 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1751||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 134||9/2/033/0002-352||Adampie Cafe, 81 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Adampie Café||81 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1751||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 135||9/2/033/0002-524||24-26 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||24-26 Park Street||24-26 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3445 (Portion of Erf 3441).||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 135||9/2/033/0002-524||24-26 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||24-26 Park Street||24-26 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3445 (Portion of Erf 3441).||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 136||9/2/003/0090||Old St Bartholomew's Church school, Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown||Old St Bartholomew's Church School||Bartholomew Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4107||Erected in 1866 as a boys' school.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 136||9/2/003/0090||Old St Bartholomew's Church school, Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown||Old St Bartholomew's Church School||Bartholomew Street||Grahamstown||EC||4107||Erected in 1866 as a boys' school.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 137||9/2/033/0002-563||75-77 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||75-77 Donkin Street||75-77 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3433||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 137||9/2/033/0002-563||75-77 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||75-77 Donkin Street||75-77 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3433||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 138||9/2/026/0006||Old Methodist Church, Ncera, East London District||Old Methodist Church||Ncera, East London District||East London||Eastern Cape||1024||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 138||9/2/026/0006||Old Methodist Church, Ncera, East London District||Old Methodist Church||Ncera, East London District||East London||EC||1024||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 139||9/2/003/0093||Hill Organ, Grahamstown, Methodist Church, Grahamstown||Hill Organ||Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||||This organ was made by William Hill, London, between 1832 and 1837. It was imported by Major Henry Somerset as a present to his wife. She gave it to the chapel in Fort England, from where it was transferred to the Methodist Church, Grahamstown in 1914.||Heritage Object
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| 139||9/2/003/0093||Hill Organ, Grahamstown, Methodist Church, Grahamstown||Hill Organ||Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||||This organ was made by William Hill, London, between 1832 and 1837. It was imported by Major Henry Somerset as a present to his wife. She gave it to the chapel in Fort England, from where it was transferred to the Methodist Church, Grahamstown in 1914.||Heritage Object
 
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| 140||9/2/033/0002-534||13 Ryneveld Square, Graaff-Reinet||13 Ryneveld Square||13 Ryneveld Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||198||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 140||9/2/033/0002-534||13 Ryneveld Square, Graaff-Reinet||13 Ryneveld Square||13 Ryneveld Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||198||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 141||9/2/003/0071||Sole Memorial Church, 20 High Street, Grahamstown||Sole Memorial Church||20 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||1618||Erected in 1838 for use as a schoolhouse.  Enlarged in 1843.  Named after John Henry Sole who devoted most of his life to the advancement of the 'coloured' community of Grahamstown.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 141||9/2/003/0071||Sole Memorial Church, 20 High Street, Grahamstown||Sole Memorial Church||20 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||1618||Erected in 1838 for use as a schoolhouse.  Enlarged in 1843.  Named after John Henry Sole who devoted most of his life to the advancement of the 'coloured' community of Grahamstown.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 142||9/2/003/0033||Remains of Shaw Chapel, 4-6 Chapel Street, Grahamstown||Remains of Shaw Chapel||4-6 Chapel Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||6686||This structure is all that remains of the Methodist Chapel which was the first building erected for Christian worship in Grahamstown.  William Shaw was chiefly responsible for its erection.  It was dedicated on 10 November 1822 and served the Wesleyan Met||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 142||9/2/003/0033||Remains of Shaw Chapel, 4-6 Chapel Street, Grahamstown||Remains of Shaw Chapel||4-6 Chapel Street||Grahamstown||EC||6686||This structure is all that remains of the Methodist Chapel which was the first building erected for Christian worship in Grahamstown.  William Shaw was chiefly responsible for its erection.  It was dedicated on 10 November 1822 and served the Wesleyan Met||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 143||9/2/033/0002-533||100 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||100 Bourke Street||100 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2831||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 143||9/2/033/0002-533||100 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||100 Bourke Street||100 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2831||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 144||9/2/033/0002-527||89 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||89 Donkin Street||89 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||879||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 144||9/2/033/0002-527||89 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||89 Donkin Street||89 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||879||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 145||9/2/033/0002-531||102 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||102 Bourke Street||102 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2831||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 145||9/2/033/0002-531||102 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||102 Bourke Street||102 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2831||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 146||9/2/033/0002-519||61 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||61 Church Street||61 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1578||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 146||9/2/033/0002-519||61 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||61 Church Street||61 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1578||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 147||9/2/003/0089||Alms Houses, 21-23 Lawrence Street, Grahamstown||Alms Houses||21-23 Lawrence Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4108||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 147||9/2/003/0089||Alms Houses, 21-23 Lawrence Street, Grahamstown||Alms Houses||21-23 Lawrence Street||Grahamstown||EC||4108||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 148||9/2/033/0002-530||66 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||66 Bourke Street||66 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||630||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 148||9/2/033/0002-530||66 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||66 Bourke Street||66 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||630||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 149||9/2/033/0006||Old Residency, 1 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Old Residency||1 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3807||The Residency is a well preserved model of the early 19th Century H-planned gable house which, together with the impressive Reinet House, form a unique architectural group at the end of Parsonage Street.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 149||9/2/033/0006||Old Residency, 1 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Old Residency||1 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3807||The Residency is a well preserved model of the early 19th Century H-planned gable house which, together with the impressive Reinet House, form a unique architectural group at the end of Parsonage Street.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 150||9/2/003/0014||St Bartholomew's Church, Market Street, Grahamstown||St Bartholomew's Church||Market Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4113||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 150||9/2/003/0014||St Bartholomew's Church, Market Street, Grahamstown||St Bartholomew's Church||Market Street||Grahamstown||EC||4113||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 151||9/2/033/0002-529||73 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||73 Somerset Street||73 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||687||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 151||9/2/033/0002-529||73 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||73 Somerset Street||73 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||687||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 152||9/2/003/0028||Chapel House, 9-11 Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown||Chapel House||9-11 Bartholomew Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4097||This Georgian double-storeyed building which was erected in 1823, is the oldest Baptist Church in South Africa. The foundation stone was alid on 6 January by William Miller, the 1820 Settler founder of the Baptist Church in South Africa.  The church was c||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 152||9/2/003/0028||Chapel House, 9-11 Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown||Chapel House||9-11 Bartholomew Street||Grahamstown||EC||4097||This Georgian double-storeyed building which was erected in 1823, is the oldest Baptist Church in South Africa. The foundation stone was alid on 6 January by William Miller, the 1820 Settler founder of the Baptist Church in South Africa.  The church was c||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 153||9/2/003/0030||Baptist Mother Church, Bathurst Street, Grahamstown||Baptist Mother Church||Bathurst Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||1654||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 153||9/2/003/0030||Baptist Mother Church, Bathurst Street, Grahamstown||Baptist Mother Church||Bathurst Street||Grahamstown||EC||1654||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 154||9/2/033/0025||Te Water House, 32 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||Te Water House||32 Somerset Street, cnr Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1500||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 154||9/2/033/0025||Te Water House, 32 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||Te Water House||32 Somerset Street, cnr Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1500||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 155||9/2/033/0002-532||104 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||104 Bourke Street||104 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2831||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 155||9/2/033/0002-532||104 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||104 Bourke Street||104 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2831||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 156||9/2/033/0002-375||28 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||28 North Street||28 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||188||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 156||9/2/033/0002-375||28 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||28 North Street||28 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||188||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 157||9/2/033/0002-371||4 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||4 Bourke Street||4 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||208||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 157||9/2/033/0002-371||4 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||4 Bourke Street||4 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||208||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 158||9/2/033/0002-379||5 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||5 Donkin Street||5 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||381||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 158||9/2/033/0002-379||5 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||5 Donkin Street||5 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||381||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 159||9/2/033/0008||49 Murray Street, Graaff-Reinet||Obesa Nursery||49 Murray Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1701||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 159||9/2/033/0008||49 Murray Street, Graaff-Reinet||Obesa Nursery||49 Murray Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1701||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 160||9/2/033/0002-388||7 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Cradock Street||7 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2100||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 160||9/2/033/0002-388||7 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Cradock Street||7 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2100||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 161||9/2/028/0013||St John's Church, Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District||St John's Church||Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||52||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 161||9/2/028/0013||St John's Church, Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District||St John's Church||Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District||Fort Beaufort||EC||52||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 162||9/2/033/0002-377||83 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||83 Church Street||83 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1750||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 162||9/2/033/0002-377||83 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||83 Church Street||83 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1750||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 163||9/2/033/0002-376||3 Queen Street, Graaff-Reinet||3 Queen Street||3 Queen Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||90, 91||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 163||9/2/033/0002-376||3 Queen Street, Graaff-Reinet||3 Queen Street||3 Queen Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||90, 91||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 164||9/2/033/0002-404||Dudley Hall, 55 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Dudley Hall||55 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||589||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 164||9/2/033/0002-404||Dudley Hall, 55 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Dudley Hall||55 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||589||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 165||9/2/003/0086/002||Trinity Church Hall, 57 Hill Street, Grahamstown||Trinity Church Hall||57 Hill Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3591||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 165||9/2/003/0086/002||Trinity Church Hall, 57 Hill Street, Grahamstown||Trinity Church Hall||57 Hill Street||Grahamstown||EC||3591||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 166||9/2/033/0002-383||17 Caroline Street, Graaff-Reinet||17 Caroline Street||17 Caroline Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3592||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 166||9/2/033/0002-383||17 Caroline Street, Graaff-Reinet||17 Caroline Street||17 Caroline Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3592||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 167||9/2/033/0002-374||62 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||62 Bourke Street||62 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||625||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 167||9/2/033/0002-374||62 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||62 Bourke Street||62 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||625||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 168||9/2/033/0002-373||15 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||15 Cradock Street||15 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||72||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 168||9/2/033/0002-373||15 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||15 Cradock Street||15 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||72||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 169||9/2/033/0002-372||91 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||91 Cradock Street||91 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||628||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 169||9/2/033/0002-372||91 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||91 Cradock Street||91 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||628||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 170||9/2/033/0002-397||87, 89, 91Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||87, 89, 91Cradock Street||87-89 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||622||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 170||9/2/033/0002-397||87, 89, 91Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||87, 89, 91Cradock Street||87-89 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||622||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 171||9/2/033/0002-399||63 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||63 Caledon Street||63 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||584||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 171||9/2/033/0002-399||63 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||63 Caledon Street||63 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||584||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 172||9/2/033/0002-380||140 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||140 Cradock Street||140 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||657||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 172||9/2/033/0002-380||140 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||140 Cradock Street||140 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||657||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 173||9/2/033/0002-438||32 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet||32 Plasket Street||32 Plasket Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||411?||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 173||9/2/033/0002-438||32 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet||32 Plasket Street||32 Plasket Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||411?||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 174||9/2/003/0086/003||Trinity Church, 59 Hill Street, Grahamstown||Trinity Church||59 Hill Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3592||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 174||9/2/003/0086/003||Trinity Church, 59 Hill Street, Grahamstown||Trinity Church||59 Hill Street||Grahamstown||EC||3592||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 175||9/2/033/0002-428||39 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||39 Park Street||39 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||307||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 175||9/2/033/0002-428||39 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||39 Park Street||39 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||307||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 176||9/2/033/0002-364||46 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||46 Stockenstroom Street||46 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||333||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 176||9/2/033/0002-364||46 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||46 Stockenstroom Street||46 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||333||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 177||9/2/033/0002-426||1 Milner Street, Graaff-Reinet||1 Milner Street||1 Milner Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||587||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 177||9/2/033/0002-426||1 Milner Street, Graaff-Reinet||1 Milner Street||1 Milner Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||587||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 178||9/2/033/0002-435||3 Milner Street, Graaff-Reinet||3 Milner Street||3 Milner Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||593||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 178||9/2/033/0002-435||3 Milner Street, Graaff-Reinet||3 Milner Street||3 Milner Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||593||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 179||9/2/033/0002-444||8 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||8 Parliament Street||8 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1201||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 179||9/2/033/0002-444||8 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||8 Parliament Street||8 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1201||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 180||9/2/033/0002-433||10 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 Parliament Street||10 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1202||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 180||9/2/033/0002-433||10 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 Parliament Street||10 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1202||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 181||9/2/033/0002-432||156-158 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||156-158 Cradock Street||156-158 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3335||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 181||9/2/033/0002-432||156-158 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||156-158 Cradock Street||156-158 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3335||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 182||9/2/033/0002-431||12 Napier Street, Graaff-Reinet||12 Napier Street||12 Napier Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1352||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 182||9/2/033/0002-431||12 Napier Street, Graaff-Reinet||12 Napier Street||12 Napier Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1352||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 183||9/2/033/0002-381||2 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||2 Bourke Street||2 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||207||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 183||9/2/033/0002-381||2 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||2 Bourke Street||2 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||207||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 184||9/2/033/0002-429||7 Cross Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Cross Street||7 Cross Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1519||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 184||9/2/033/0002-429||7 Cross Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Cross Street||7 Cross Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1519||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 185||9/2/033/0002-382||15 and 15A Rabie Street, Graaff-Reinet||15 and 15A Rabie Street||15 & 15A Rabie Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1265||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 185||9/2/033/0002-382||15 and 15A Rabie Street, Graaff-Reinet||15 and 15A Rabie Street||15 & 15A Rabie Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1265||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 186||9/2/033/0002-427||7 Muller Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Muller Street||7 Muller Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1260, 1261||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 186||9/2/033/0002-427||7 Muller Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Muller Street||7 Muller Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1260, 1261||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 187||9/2/033/0002-406||60 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||60 Bourke Street||60 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||614||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 187||9/2/033/0002-406||60 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||60 Bourke Street||60 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||614||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 188||9/2/033/0002-415||118 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||118 Caledon Street||118 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||341||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 188||9/2/033/0002-415||118 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||118 Caledon Street||118 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||341||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 189||9/2/033/0002-386||6 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||6 Donkin Street||6 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1931||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 189||9/2/033/0002-386||6 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||6 Donkin Street||6 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1931||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 190||9/2/033/0043||5 Rothman Street, Graaff-Reinet||5 Rothman Street||5 Rothman Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||65||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 190||9/2/033/0043||5 Rothman Street, Graaff-Reinet||5 Rothman Street||5 Rothman Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||65||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 191||9/2/033/0002-385||63 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||63 Bourke Street||63 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1128/1129/1130||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 191||9/2/033/0002-385||63 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||63 Bourke Street||63 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1128/1129/1130||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 192||9/2/033/0002-384||Tattersalls, 14 Market Square, Graaff-Reinet||Tattersalls||14 Market Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1454||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 192||9/2/033/0002-384||Tattersalls, 14 Market Square, Graaff-Reinet||Tattersalls||14 Market Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1454||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 193||9/2/033/0002-403||Manse, 57 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Manse||57 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||588||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 193||9/2/033/0002-403||Manse, 57 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Manse||57 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||588||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 194||9/2/033/0002-430||4 Cross Street, Graaff-Reinet||4 Cross Street||4 Cross Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1511||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 194||9/2/033/0002-430||4 Cross Street, Graaff-Reinet||4 Cross Street||4 Cross Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1511||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 195||9/2/073/0011||Port Elizabeth Ladies' Benevolent Society Building, 4-18 Westbourne Road, Port Elizabeth||Port Elizabeth Ladies' Benevolent Society Building||4-18 Westbourne Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||||Erected in 1899, the building comprising the Brister, Salomon and Goldschmidt Cottages of the Port Elizabeth ladies' Benevolent Society provides a simple architectural statement but at the same time an interesting insight into the social history of Port E||Register
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| 195||9/2/073/0011||Port Elizabeth Ladies' Benevolent Society Building, 4-18 Westbourne Road, Port Elizabeth||Port Elizabeth Ladies' Benevolent Society Building||4-18 Westbourne Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||||Erected in 1899, the building comprising the Brister, Salomon and Goldschmidt Cottages of the Port Elizabeth ladies' Benevolent Society provides a simple architectural statement but at the same time an interesting insight into the social history of Port E||Register
 
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| 196||9/2/028/0019||Sipton Manor, Fort Beaufort District||Sipton Manor||Fort Beaufort District||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||||||Provisional Protection
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| 196||9/2/028/0019||Sipton Manor, Fort Beaufort District||Sipton Manor||Fort Beaufort District||Fort Beaufort||EC||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 197||9/2/003/0062||Old Methodist Church, Collingham, Albany District||Old Methodist Church||Collingham, Albany District||Albany||Eastern Cape||229||||Provisional Protection
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| 197||9/2/003/0062||Old Methodist Church, Collingham, Albany District||Old Methodist Church||Collingham, Albany District||Albany||EC||229||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 198||9/2/090/0010-003||Original school, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District||Original school||Mgwali Mission complex||Mgwali||Eastern Cape||142||||Provisional Protection
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| 198||9/2/090/0010-003||Original school, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District||Original school||Mgwali Mission complex||Mgwali||EC||142||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 199||9/2/090/0010-004||Old hostel, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District||Old hostel||Mgwali Mission complex||Mgwali||Eastern Cape||142||||Provisional Protection
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| 199||9/2/090/0010-004||Old hostel, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District||Old hostel||Mgwali Mission complex||Mgwali||EC||142||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 200||9/2/073/0062||15 Pearson Street, Port Elizabeth||15 Pearson Street||15 Pearson Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2594||||Register
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| 200||9/2/073/0062||15 Pearson Street, Port Elizabeth||15 Pearson Street||15 Pearson Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||2594||||Register
 
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| 201||9/2/044/0007||School, Moravian Mission, Thornham, Humansdorp District||School||Thornham||Humansdorp||Eastern Cape||Lot 4||The old school at Thornham is one of the oldest structures in the area and despite its basic simplicity, is worthy of recognition.||Register
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| 201||9/2/044/0007||School, Moravian Mission, Thornham, Humansdorp District||School||Thornham||Humansdorp||EC||Lot 4||The old school at Thornham is one of the oldest structures in the area and despite its basic simplicity, is worthy of recognition.||Register
 
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| 202||9/2/045/0005||Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Indwe||Dutch Reformed Church||Voortrekker Street||Indwe||Eastern Cape||304, 314||The Dutch Reformed Church in Indwe is one of the last large sandstone churches to be erected in the North Eastern Cape.  It holds a very prominent position within the town itself.||Register
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| 202||9/2/045/0005||Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Indwe||Dutch Reformed Church||Voortrekker Street||Indwe||EC||304, 314||The Dutch Reformed Church in Indwe is one of the last large sandstone churches to be erected in the North EC.  It holds a very prominent position within the town itself.||Register
 
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| 203||9/2/033/0002-405||142 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||142 Cradock Street||142 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||657||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 203||9/2/033/0002-405||142 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||142 Cradock Street||142 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||657||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 204||9/2/059/0002-004||M.O.T.H. Building, Maclear||M.O.T.H. Building||Maclear||Maclear||Eastern Cape||||||Register
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| 204||9/2/059/0002-004||M.O.T.H. Building, Maclear||M.O.T.H. Building||Maclear||Maclear||EC||||||Register
 
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| 205||9/2/003/0005||Old cemeteries, Anderson Street, Grahamstown||Old cemeteries||Anderson Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||||||Provisional Protection
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| 205||9/2/003/0005||Old cemeteries, Anderson Street, Grahamstown||Old cemeteries||Anderson Street||Grahamstown||EC||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 206||9/2/073/0052||Redhouse Village Hall, 31 Paterson Street, Redhouse, Port Elizabeth||Redhouse Village Hall||31 Paterson Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||86||This is one of the very few large wood and iron structures left standing in the Eastern Cape.  The Redhouse village is much cherished by the residents of Redhouse village.This hall is an excellent example of a community based project.  It was raised by th||Register
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| 206||9/2/073/0052||Redhouse Village Hall, 31 Paterson Street, Redhouse, Port Elizabeth||Redhouse Village Hall||31 Paterson Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||86||This is one of the very few large wood and iron structures left standing in the EC.  The Redhouse village is much cherished by the residents of Redhouse village.This hall is an excellent example of a community based project.  It was raised by th||Register
 
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| 207||9/2/087/0004||22 Victoria Road, Steytlerville||22 Victoria Road||22 Victoria Road||Steytlerville||Eastern Cape||174||A somewhat unusual variation of a Karroo cottage, in tha it does not have a flat roof. The building is in excellent condition.||Register
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| 207||9/2/087/0004||22 Victoria Road, Steytlerville||22 Victoria Road||22 Victoria Road||Steytlerville||EC||174||A somewhat unusual variation of a Karroo cottage, in tha it does not have a flat roof. The building is in excellent condition.||Register
 
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| 208||9/2/026/0032||Cambridge Primary School, Brabant Street, East London||Cambridge Primary School||Brabant Street||East London||Eastern Cape||5409||The Cambridge Preparatory School, one of the earliest educational institutions still extant in East London, was  the first school to be erected in the municipality of Cambridge.  The school still serves the same function and remains in a good and largely ||Register
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| 208||9/2/026/0032||Cambridge Primary School, Brabant Street, East London||Cambridge Primary School||Brabant Street||East London||EC||5409||The Cambridge Preparatory School, one of the earliest educational institutions still extant in East London, was  the first school to be erected in the municipality of Cambridge.  The school still serves the same function and remains in a good and largely ||Register
 
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| 209||9/2/073/0063||21 Prospect Hill, Port Elizabeth||21 Prospect Hill||21 Prospect Hill||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||4013||No 21 Prospect Hill is a fine example of a mid Victorian building with Georgian influences. It is well worthy of recognition and preservation.||Register
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| 209||9/2/073/0063||21 Prospect Hill, Port Elizabeth||21 Prospect Hill||21 Prospect Hill||Port Elizabeth||EC||4013||No 21 Prospect Hill is a fine example of a mid Victorian building with Georgian influences. It is well worthy of recognition and preservation.||Register
 
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| 210||9/2/011/0002-078||18 Cradock Street, Bedford||18 Cradock Street||18 Cradock Street||Bedford||Eastern Cape||719||No 18 Cradock road  Bedford is a good example of a Georgian type house that has remained little altered since its erection in 1855.  It remains as a important landmark in a street that has been greatly changed over the years.||Register
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| 210||9/2/011/0002-078||18 Cradock Street, Bedford||18 Cradock Street||18 Cradock Street||Bedford||EC||719||No 18 Cradock road  Bedford is a good example of a Georgian type house that has remained little altered since its erection in 1855.  It remains as a important landmark in a street that has been greatly changed over the years.||Register
 
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| 211||9/2/003/0049||38 Somerset Street, Grahamstown||38 Somerset Street||38 Somerset Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3740||No 38 Somerset Street is one of the oldest dwellings in Grahamstown, and has been used as the offices of the former Lieutenant Sir Andries Stockenstrom.  It retains its historical character and standing as it does at the corner of othertwo important stree||Register
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| 211||9/2/003/0049||38 Somerset Street, Grahamstown||38 Somerset Street||38 Somerset Street||Grahamstown||EC||3740||No 38 Somerset Street is one of the oldest dwellings in Grahamstown, and has been used as the offices of the former Lieutenant Sir Andries Stockenstrom.  It retains its historical character and standing as it does at the corner of othertwo important stree||Register
 
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| 212||9/2/011/0005||Old Dairy, Avondale, Bedford District||Old Dairy||Avondale, Bedford District||Bedford||Eastern Cape||99||||Register
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| 212||9/2/011/0005||Old Dairy, Avondale, Bedford District||Old Dairy||Avondale, Bedford District||Bedford||EC||99||||Register
 
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| 213||9/2/095/0002-304||Park Centre, 17 Upper Church Street, Uitenhage||Park Centre||17 Upper Church Street, cnr Cannon Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||5422, 5423,5424, 5425 & 5443||The Park Centre, formally Riebeeck College are amongst the oldest school buildings in Uitenhage and make up an important street scape along a major thoroughfare in the town.  The structures, although having had some alterations and additions, remain in a ||Register
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| 213||9/2/095/0002-304||Park Centre, 17 Upper Church Street, Uitenhage||Park Centre||17 Upper Church Street, cnr Cannon Street||Uitenhage||EC||5422, 5423,5424, 5425 & 5443||The Park Centre, formally Riebeeck College are amongst the oldest school buildings in Uitenhage and make up an important street scape along a major thoroughfare in the town.  The structures, although having had some alterations and additions, remain in a ||Register
 
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| 214||9/2/033/0002-395||23 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||23 Cradock Street||23 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||231||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 214||9/2/033/0002-395||23 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||23 Cradock Street||23 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||231||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 215||9/2/033/0002-402||Jan Rupert Centre, 41-43 Middle Street, Graaff-Reinet||Jan Rupert Centre||41-43 Middle Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3836||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 215||9/2/033/0002-402||Jan Rupert Centre, 41-43 Middle Street, Graaff-Reinet||Jan Rupert Centre||41-43 Middle Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3836||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 216||9/2/033/0002-401||Trinity Methodist Church, 53 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Trinity Methodist Church||53 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||589||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 216||9/2/033/0002-401||Trinity Methodist Church, 53 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Trinity Methodist Church||53 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||589||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 217||9/2/033/0002-400||6 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||6 Parliament Street||6 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1187||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 217||9/2/033/0002-400||6 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||6 Parliament Street||6 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1187||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 218||9/2/033/0020||18 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||Camdeboo Cottages||18 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1211||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 218||9/2/033/0020||18 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||Camdeboo Cottages||18 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1211||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 219||9/2/033/0019||16 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||Camdeboo Cottages||16 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1210||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 219||9/2/033/0019||16 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||Camdeboo Cottages||16 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1210||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 220||9/2/033/0002-389||34 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||34 Church Street||34 Church Street (Part of Drostdy complex).||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1161||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 220||9/2/033/0002-389||34 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||34 Church Street||34 Church Street (Part of Drostdy complex).||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1161||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 221||9/2/033/0002-398||Camdeboo Restaurant, 32 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Camdeboo Restaurant||32 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1180||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 221||9/2/033/0002-398||Camdeboo Restaurant, 32 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Camdeboo Restaurant||32 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1180||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 222||9/2/033/0047||Lettskraal, Graaff-Reinet District||Lettskraal||Lettskraal, Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||156||Lettskraal house and farm building are of extreme historical and architectural imporatnce. The former farm of Andries pretorius, before he left on the Great Trek, the complex at Lettskraal, despite their dilapidated conditions are probably the most intact||Provisional Protection
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| 222||9/2/033/0047||Lettskraal, Graaff-Reinet District||Lettskraal||Lettskraal, Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||EC||156||Lettskraal house and farm building are of extreme historical and architectural imporatnce. The former farm of Andries pretorius, before he left on the Great Trek, the complex at Lettskraal, despite their dilapidated conditions are probably the most intact||Provisional Protection
 
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| 223||9/2/033/0002-396||24 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||24 Donkin Street||24 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||756||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 223||9/2/033/0002-396||24 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||24 Donkin Street||24 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||756||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 224||9/2/033/0007||Owl House, Erf 306 River Street, Nieu-Bethesda||Owl House||New Street||Nieu-Bethesda||Eastern Cape||306||||Provisional Protection
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| 224||9/2/033/0007||Owl House, Erf 306 River Street, Nieu-Bethesda||Owl House||New Street||Nieu-Bethesda||EC||306||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 225||9/2/033/0002-394||1 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||1 Bourke Street||1 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||202||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 225||9/2/033/0002-394||1 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||1 Bourke Street||1 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||202||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 226||9/2/003/0069||Truro House, 84 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||Truro House, Johan Carinus Art Centre||84 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3429, 3430||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 226||9/2/003/0069||Truro House, 84 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||Truro House, Johan Carinus Art Centre||84 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||EC||3429, 3430||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 227||9/2/003/0011||St Peter's Anglican Church, Sidbury, Albany District||St Peter's Anglican Church||Sidbury, Albany District||Sidbury||Eastern Cape||6, 10, 11, 12||One of the earliest country Anglican churches in the Albany District.  Displays architectural merit.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 227||9/2/003/0011||St Peter's Anglican Church, Sidbury, Albany District||St Peter's Anglican Church||Sidbury, Albany District||Sidbury||EC||6, 10, 11, 12||One of the earliest country Anglican churches in the Albany District.  Displays architectural merit.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 228||9/2/044/0006-003||School, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||School||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provisional Protection
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| 228||9/2/044/0006-003||School, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||School||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 229||9/2/073/0055||South End Museum, Humewood Road, Port Elizabeth (See 9/2/073/0061)||Seafarer's Club||Humewood Road, cnr Walmer Boulevard||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1086||||Provisional Protection
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| 229||9/2/073/0055||South End Museum, Humewood Road, Port Elizabeth (See 9/2/073/0061)||Seafarer's Club||Humewood Road, cnr Walmer Boulevard||Port Elizabeth||EC||1086||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 230||9/2/090/0010||Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District||Mgwali Mission complex||Stutterheim District||Mgwali||Eastern Cape||142||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 230||9/2/090/0010||Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District||Mgwali Mission complex||Stutterheim District||Mgwali||EC||142||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 231||9/2/082/0004||Ann's Villa, Somerset East District||Ann's Villa||Somerset East District||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||||||Provisional Protection
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| 231||9/2/082/0004||Ann's Villa, Somerset East District||Ann's Villa||Somerset East District||Somerset East||EC||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 232||9/2/033/0002-439||11 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet||11 Plasket Street||11 Plasket Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||424||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 232||9/2/033/0002-439||11 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet||11 Plasket Street||11 Plasket Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||424||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 233||9/2/033/0002-407||24 and 26 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||24 and 26 Somerset Street||24 & 26 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1488||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 233||9/2/033/0002-407||24 and 26 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||24 and 26 Somerset Street||24 & 26 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1488||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 234||9/2/033/0030||104 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||104 Somerset Street||104 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||502||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 234||9/2/033/0030||104 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||104 Somerset Street||104 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||502||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 235||9/2/003/0086/001||Trinity Church cottage, 55 Hill Street, Grahamstown||Trinity Church Cottage||55 Hill Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3590||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 235||9/2/003/0086/001||Trinity Church cottage, 55 Hill Street, Grahamstown||Trinity Church Cottage||55 Hill Street||Grahamstown||EC||3590||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 236||9/2/033/0002-307||26 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||26 Somerset Street||26 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1489||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 236||9/2/033/0002-307||26 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||26 Somerset Street||26 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1489||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 237||9/2/033/0029||80 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||80 Somerset Street||80 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||535||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 237||9/2/033/0029||80 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||80 Somerset Street||80 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||535||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 238||9/2/033/0002-297||83 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||83 Somerset Street||83 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||691||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 238||9/2/033/0002-297||83 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||83 Somerset Street||83 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||691||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 239||9/2/033/0002-305||84 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||84 Somerset Street||84 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3845||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 239||9/2/033/0002-305||84 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||84 Somerset Street||84 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3845||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 240||9/2/033/0002-314||87 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||87 Somerset Street||87 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||692||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 240||9/2/033/0002-314||87 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||87 Somerset Street||87 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||692||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 241||9/2/033/0002-303||90 and 90A Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||90 and 90A Somerset Street||90 & 90A Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||509||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 241||9/2/033/0002-303||90 and 90A Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||90 and 90A Somerset Street||90 & 90A Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||509||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 242||9/2/033/0002-330||22 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||22 North Street||22 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||184, 185||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 242||9/2/033/0002-330||22 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||22 North Street||22 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||184, 185||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 243||9/2/033/0002-301||102 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||Die Pophuis||102 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||503||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 243||9/2/033/0002-301||102 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||Die Pophuis||102 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||503||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 244||9/2/033/0002-310||67 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||67 Somerset Street||67 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||609||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 244||9/2/033/0002-310||67 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||67 Somerset Street||67 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||609||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 245||9/2/033/0002-300||7 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 North Street||7 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1334||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 245||9/2/033/0002-300||7 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 North Street||7 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1334||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 246||9/2/033/0002-299||10 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 North Street||10 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||178||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 246||9/2/033/0002-299||10 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 North Street||10 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||178||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 247||9/2/033/0002-298||7 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Bourke Street||7 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1295||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 247||9/2/033/0002-298||7 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Bourke Street||7 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1295||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 248||9/2/033/0002-323||13 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||13 North Street||13 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1330 and 1354||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 248||9/2/033/0002-323||13 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||13 North Street||13 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1330 and 1354||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 249||9/2/033/0002-325||18 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||18 North Street||18 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||182||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 249||9/2/033/0002-325||18 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||18 North Street||18 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||182||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 250||9/2/033/0002-306||19 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||19 North Street||19 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1324||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 250||9/2/033/0002-306||19 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||19 North Street||19 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1324||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 251||9/2/033/0002-437||34 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet||34 Plasket Street||34 Plasket Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||413?||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 251||9/2/033/0002-437||34 Plasket Street, Graaff-Reinet||34 Plasket Street||34 Plasket Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||413?||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 252||9/2/033/0002-302||94 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||94 Somerset Street||94 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||508||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 252||9/2/033/0002-302||94 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||94 Somerset Street||94 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||508||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 253||9/2/033/0002-354||25 and 25A Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||25 and 25A Somerset Street||25 & 25A Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1528||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 253||9/2/033/0002-354||25 and 25A Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||25 and 25A Somerset Street||25 & 25A Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1528||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 254||4/K/King/1||Fort Murray, Zwelitsha District||Fort Murray||Zwelitsha District||Zwelitsha||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 254||4/K/King/1||Fort Murray, Zwelitsha District||Fort Murray||Zwelitsha District||Zwelitsha||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 255||9/2/033/0002-361||49 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||49 Stockenstroom Street||49 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2352||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 255||9/2/033/0002-361||49 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||49 Stockenstroom Street||49 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2352||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 256||9/2/033/0032||60 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||The Haven||60 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||468||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 256||9/2/033/0032||60 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||The Haven||60 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||468||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 257||9/2/033/0002-370||72 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||72 Stockenstroom Street||72 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3319||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 257||9/2/033/0002-370||72 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||72 Stockenstroom Street||72 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3319||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 258||9/2/033/0002-359||77 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||77 Stockenstroom Street||77 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||513||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 258||9/2/033/0002-359||77 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||77 Stockenstroom Street||77 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||513||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 259||9/2/033/0002-358||79 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||79 Stockenstroom Street||79 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||512||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 259||9/2/033/0002-358||79 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||79 Stockenstroom Street||79 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||512||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 260||9/2/033/0002-357||Elifa, 90 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||Elifa||90 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||711, 713, 714||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 260||9/2/033/0002-357||Elifa, 90 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||Elifa||90 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||711, 713, 714||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 261||9/2/033/0002-308||79 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||79 Somerset Street||79 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||696||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 261||9/2/033/0002-308||79 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||79 Somerset Street||79 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||696||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 262||9/2/033/0002-355||17 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Red Cross Home||17 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3572 ? 1555 ?||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 262||9/2/033/0002-355||17 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Red Cross Home||17 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3572 ? 1555 ?||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 263||9/2/033/0002-309||72 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||72 Somerset Street||72 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||565||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 263||9/2/033/0002-309||72 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||72 Somerset Street||72 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||565||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 264||9/2/033/0002-353||27 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||27 Somerset Street||27 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1529 & 1532||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 264||9/2/033/0002-353||27 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||27 Somerset Street||27 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1529 & 1532||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 265||9/2/033/0002-332||38 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||38 Somerset Street||38 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1244||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 265||9/2/033/0002-332||38 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||38 Somerset Street||38 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1244||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 266||9/2/033/0002-304||42 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||42 Somerset Street||42 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1234, 1237, 1239||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 266||9/2/033/0002-304||42 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||42 Somerset Street||42 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1234, 1237, 1239||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 267||9/2/033/0002-341||44 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||44 Somerset Street||44 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1235||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 267||9/2/033/0002-341||44 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||44 Somerset Street||44 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1235||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 268||9/2/033/0002-312||48 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||48 Somerset Street||48 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1224||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 268||9/2/033/0002-312||48 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||48 Somerset Street||48 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1224||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 269||9/2/033/0015||Vrederus, 55 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||Vrederus||55 and 57 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1200, 1204||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 269||9/2/033/0015||Vrederus, 55 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||Vrederus||55 and 57 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1200, 1204||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 270||9/2/033/0002-311||66 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||66 Somerset Street||66 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||569||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 270||9/2/033/0002-311||66 Somerset Street, Graaff-Reinet||66 Somerset Street||66 Somerset Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||569||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 271||9/2/033/0002-329||23 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||Northview||23 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1319||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 271||9/2/033/0002-329||23 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||Northview||23 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1319||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 272||9/2/033/0002-356||22 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Red Cross office||22 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1509||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 272||9/2/033/0002-356||22 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Red Cross office||22 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1509||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 273||9/2/033/0002-410||15 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||15 Donkin Street||15 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||390||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 273||9/2/033/0002-410||15 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||15 Donkin Street||15 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||390||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 274||9/2/033/0002-419||4 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||4 Church Square||4 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3317||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 274||9/2/033/0002-419||4 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||4 Church Square||4 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3317||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 275||9/2/033/0002-418||10 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||10 Church Square||10 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||194||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 275||9/2/033/0002-418||10 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||10 Church Square||10 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||194||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 276||9/2/033/0002-408||12 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||12 Church Square||12 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||194  (2 houses)||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 276||9/2/033/0002-408||12 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||12 Church Square||12 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||194  (2 houses)||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 277||9/2/033/0002-416||14 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||14 Church Square||14 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||195||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 277||9/2/033/0002-416||14 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||14 Church Square||14 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||195||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 278||9/2/033/0002-425||18 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||18 Church Square||18 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1307||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 278||9/2/033/0002-425||18 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||18 Church Square||18 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1307||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 279||9/2/033/0002-414||10 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 Donkin Street||10 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||445||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 279||9/2/033/0002-414||10 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 Donkin Street||10 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||445||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 280||9/2/033/0002-413||46 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||46 Bourke Street||46 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||599||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 280||9/2/033/0002-413||46 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||46 Bourke Street||46 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||599||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 281||9/2/033/0002-331||21 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||21 North Street||21 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1322||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 281||9/2/033/0002-331||21 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||21 North Street||21 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1322||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 282||9/2/033/0002-411||13 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||13 Donkin Street||13 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||390||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 282||9/2/033/0002-411||13 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||13 Donkin Street||13 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||390||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 283||9/2/033/0002-422||19 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||19 Park Street||19 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||230||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 283||9/2/033/0002-422||19 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||19 Park Street||19 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||230||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 284||9/2/033/0002-409||16 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||16 Donkin Street||16 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||432||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 284||9/2/033/0002-409||16 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||16 Donkin Street||16 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||432||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 285||9/2/073/0060||Shri Siva Subramanier and Marriamman Aulayam, Upper Valley Road, South End, Port Elizabeth||Shri Siva Subramanier and Marriamman Aulayam||Upper Valley Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||83 and 85||The Shri Siva Subramanier & Marriamman Aulayam is the oldest place of Hindu worship in the Eastern Cape.  As is to be expected, it has grown throughout the years, but apart from the face brick portico to the oldest temple, its integrity remains intact.  T||Register
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| 285||9/2/073/0060||Shri Siva Subramanier and Marriamman Aulayam, Upper Valley Road, South End, Port Elizabeth||Shri Siva Subramanier and Marriamman Aulayam||Upper Valley Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||83 and 85||The Shri Siva Subramanier & Marriamman Aulayam is the oldest place of Hindu worship in the EC.  As is to be expected, it has grown throughout the years, but apart from the face brick portico to the oldest temple, its integrity remains intact.  T||Register
 
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| 286||9/2/026/0035||West Bank High School, Hood Street, East London||West Bank High School||Hood Street||East London||Eastern Cape||22071, 20187||||Register
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| 286||9/2/026/0035||West Bank High School, Hood Street, East London||West Bank High School||Hood Street||East London||EC||22071, 20187||||Register
 
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| 287||9/2/033/0002-434||64 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||64 Donkin Street||64 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||794||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 287||9/2/033/0002-434||64 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||64 Donkin Street||64 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||794||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 288||9/2/033/0002-436||69 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||69 Donkin Street||69 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||877||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 288||9/2/033/0002-436||69 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||69 Donkin Street||69 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||877||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 289||9/2/033/0002-440||79 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||79 Donkin Street||79 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2820||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 289||9/2/033/0002-440||79 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||79 Donkin Street||79 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2820||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 290||9/2/033/0026||54 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||54 Bourke Street||54 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||607||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 290||9/2/033/0026||54 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||54 Bourke Street||54 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||607||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 291||9/2/033/0002-412||11 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||Mountain View||11 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||384||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 291||9/2/033/0002-412||11 Donkin Street, Graaff-Reinet||Mountain View||11 Donkin Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||384||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 292||9/2/033/0002-319||106 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||106 Caledon Street||106 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||321||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 292||9/2/033/0002-319||106 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||106 Caledon Street||106 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||321||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 293||9/2/033/0002-328||24 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||24 North Street||24 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||186||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 293||9/2/033/0002-328||24 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||24 North Street||24 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||186||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 294||9/2/033/0002-327||38 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||38 North Street||38 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||197||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 294||9/2/033/0002-327||38 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||38 North Street||38 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||197||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 295||9/2/033/0002-326||42 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||42 North Street||42 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||199||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 295||9/2/033/0002-326||42 North Street, Graaff-Reinet||42 North Street||42 North Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||199||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 296||9/2/033/0002-315||76 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||76 Caledon Street||76 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2241||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 296||9/2/033/0002-315||76 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||76 Caledon Street||76 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2241||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 297||9/2/033/0002-324||24 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||24 Bourke Street||24 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||220||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 297||9/2/033/0002-324||24 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||24 Bourke Street||24 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||220||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 298||9/2/033/0002-333||Educamus, 91 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Educamus||91 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||523||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 298||9/2/033/0002-333||Educamus, 91 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Educamus||91 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||523||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 299||9/2/033/0002-322||98 and 98A Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||98 and 98A Caledon Street||98 & 98A Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||327, 316, 326||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 299||9/2/033/0002-322||98 and 98A Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||98 and 98A Caledon Street||98 & 98A Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||327, 316, 326||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 300||9/2/033/0002-420||6 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||6 Church Square||6 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3317||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 300||9/2/033/0002-420||6 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||6 Church Square||6 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3317||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 301||9/2/033/0002-320||102 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||102 Caledon Street||102 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||324||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 301||9/2/033/0002-320||102 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||102 Caledon Street||102 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||324||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 302||9/2/033/0002-421||8 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||8 Church Square||8 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3317||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 302||9/2/033/0002-421||8 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||8 Church Square||8 Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3317||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 303||9/2/033/0002-318||4 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||4 Park Street||4 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||85||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 303||9/2/033/0002-318||4 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||4 Park Street||4 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||85||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 304||9/2/033/0002-317||6 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||6 Park Street||6 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||83, 84||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 304||9/2/033/0002-317||6 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||6 Park Street||6 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||83, 84||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 305||9/2/033/0002-387||26 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||26 Bourke Street||26 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||222||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 305||9/2/033/0002-387||26 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||26 Bourke Street||26 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||222||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 306||9/2/033/0002-313||7 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Park Street||7 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||211||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 306||9/2/033/0002-313||7 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||7 Park Street||7 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||211||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 307||9/2/033/0002-369||8 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||AWEA||8 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||80||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 307||9/2/033/0002-369||8 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||AWEA||8 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||80||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 308||9/2/033/0002-424||9 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||Muller House||9 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||212||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 308||9/2/033/0002-424||9 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||Muller House||9 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||212||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 309||9/2/033/0002-423||18 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||18 Park Street||18 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||2123||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 309||9/2/033/0002-423||18 Park Street, Graaff-Reinet||18 Park Street||18 Park Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||2123||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 310||9/2/033/0002-363||48 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||48 Stockenstroom Street||48 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||332 ?||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 310||9/2/033/0002-363||48 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||48 Stockenstroom Street||48 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||332 ?||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graarf-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 311||9/2/033/0002-321||100 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||100 Caledon Street||100 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||325||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 311||9/2/033/0002-321||100 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||100 Caledon Street||100 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||325||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 312||9/2/073/0024/002||33 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||33 Donkin Street||33 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1917||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 312||9/2/073/0024/002||33 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||33 Donkin Street||33 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1917||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 313||9/2/050/0010/003||Old Commissariat Store, Military Reserve, King William's Town||Old Commissariat Store||Military Reserve||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||511||This L-shaped stone building was completed in 1849, shortly before the outbreak of the Eighth Frontier War (1850-1853). It was also used in times of peace, for example to store corn during the so-called Xhosa Suicide.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 313||9/2/050/0010/003||Old Commissariat Store, Military Reserve, King William's Town||Old Commissariat Store||Military Reserve||King William's Town||EC||511||This L-shaped stone building was completed in 1849, shortly before the outbreak of the Eighth Frontier War (1850-1853). It was also used in times of peace, for example to store corn during the so-called Xhosa Suicide.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 314||9/2/044/0006-008||Church bell, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Church bell||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 314||9/2/044/0006-008||Church bell, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Church bell||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 315||9/2/050/0038||Steve Biko's House, 698 Ngxata Street, Ginsberg, King William's Town||Steve Biko's House||698 Ngxata Street||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1998||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 315||9/2/050/0038||Steve Biko's House, 698 Ngxata Street, Ginsberg, King William's Town||Steve Biko's House||698 Ngxata Street||King William's Town||EC||1998||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 316||9/2/061/0005||Reformed Church, Meintjies Street, Middelburg||Reformed Church||Meintjies Street||Middelburg||Eastern Cape||285, 286||This neo-Gothic church building was erected in the years 1861 to 1862, soon after the Reformed Church was established in 1859. It is the oldest Reformed Church building in the Cape Province.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 316||9/2/061/0005||Reformed Church, Meintjies Street, Middelburg||Reformed Church||Meintjies Street||Middelburg||EC||285, 286||This neo-Gothic church building was erected in the years 1861 to 1862, soon after the Reformed Church was established in 1859. It is the oldest Reformed Church building in the Cape Province.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 317||9/2/009/0020||Settlers Methodist Church, Bathurst Street, Port Alfred||Settlers Methodist Church||Bathurst Street||Port Alfred||Eastern Cape||1085||The original settlers church on this site was opened in 1827. This church was destroyed by fire during the Fontier War of 1835 and thereafter rebuilt. It was again seriously damaged by the Xhosas in 1846.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 317||9/2/009/0020||Settlers Methodist Church, Bathurst Street, Port Alfred||Settlers Methodist Church||Bathurst Street||Port Alfred||EC||1085||The original settlers church on this site was opened in 1827. This church was destroyed by fire during the Fontier War of 1835 and thereafter rebuilt. It was again seriously damaged by the Xhosas in 1846.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 318||9/2/057/0004||Dutch Reformed Church, Joubert Street, Lady Grey||Dutch Reformed Church||Joubert Street||Lady Grey||Eastern Cape||249||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 318||9/2/057/0004||Dutch Reformed Church, Joubert Street, Lady Grey||Dutch Reformed Church||Joubert Street||Lady Grey||EC||249||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 319||9/2/061/0004||Karel Theron Primary School, Victoria Street, Middelburg||Karel Theron Primary School||Victoria Street||Middelburg||Eastern Cape||920||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 319||9/2/061/0004||Karel Theron Primary School, Victoria Street, Middelburg||Karel Theron Primary School||Victoria Street||Middelburg||EC||920||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 320||9/2/044/0006-005||Mission store, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Mission store||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 320||9/2/044/0006-005||Mission store, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Mission store||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 321||9/2/073/0024/001||31 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||31 Donkin Street||31 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1916||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 321||9/2/073/0024/001||31 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||31 Donkin Street||31 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1916||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 322||9/2/044/0006-004||Church offices, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Church offices||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 322||9/2/044/0006-004||Church offices, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Church offices||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 323||9/2/073/0024/003||35 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||35 Donkin Street||35 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1918||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 323||9/2/073/0024/003||35 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||35 Donkin Street||35 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1918||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 324||9/2/073/0024/004||37 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||37 Donkin Street||37 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1919||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 324||9/2/073/0024/004||37 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||37 Donkin Street||37 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1919||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 325||9/2/073/0024/005||39 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||39 Donkin Street||39 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1920||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 325||9/2/073/0024/005||39 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||39 Donkin Street||39 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1920||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 326||9/2/073/0024/006||41 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||41 Donkin Street||41 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1921||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 326||9/2/073/0024/006||41 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||41 Donkin Street||41 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1921||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 327||9/2/073/0024/007||43 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||43 Donkin Street||43 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1922||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 327||9/2/073/0024/007||43 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||43 Donkin Street||43 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1922||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 328||9/2/073/0024/008||45 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||45 Donkin Street||45 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1922||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 328||9/2/073/0024/008||45 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||45 Donkin Street||45 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1922||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 329||9/2/073/0024/009||47 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||47 Donkin Street||47 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1924||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 329||9/2/073/0024/009||47 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||47 Donkin Street||47 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1924||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 330||9/2/073/0004||Sharley Cribb Nursing College, 58 Park Drive, Port Elizabeth||Sharley Cribb Nursing College||58 Park Drive||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3235, 3236||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 330||9/2/073/0004||Sharley Cribb Nursing College, 58 Park Drive, Port Elizabeth||Sharley Cribb Nursing College||58 Park Drive||Port Elizabeth||EC||3235, 3236||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 331||9/2/033/0028||8 Napier Street, Graaff-Reinet||8 Napier Street||8 Napier Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1349||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 331||9/2/033/0028||8 Napier Street, Graaff-Reinet||8 Napier Street||8 Napier Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1349||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 332||9/2/503/0003||Jubaeopsis Caffra, Mkambati||Jubaeopsis Caffra||||Lusikisiki||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 332||9/2/503/0003||Jubaeopsis Caffra, Mkambati||Jubaeopsis Caffra||||Lusikisiki||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 333||9/2/033/0052||Drostdy Hotel, 28-30 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Drostdy Hotel||28-30 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1180||This building was designed by Louis Michel Thibault and erected in 1804-1806. It served as a drostdy until 1847 and since 1876 it has been used almost uninterruptedly as a hotel. The building has changed much since its erection but has been fully restored||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 333||9/2/033/0052||Drostdy Hotel, 28-30 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Drostdy Hotel||28-30 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1180||This building was designed by Louis Michel Thibault and erected in 1804-1806. It served as a drostdy until 1847 and since 1876 it has been used almost uninterruptedly as a hotel. The building has changed much since its erection but has been fully restored||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 334||9/2/033/0018||SA Police Academy, College Road, Graaff-Reinet||SA Police Academy||College Road||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3403||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 334||9/2/033/0018||SA Police Academy, College Road, Graaff-Reinet||SA Police Academy||College Road||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3403||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 335||9/2/033/0005||Dewdney House, 38 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Dewdney House||38 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1368||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 335||9/2/033/0005||Dewdney House, 38 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Dewdney House||38 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1368||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 336||9/2/033/0002-592||62 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||62 Stockenstroom Street||62 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||472||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 336||9/2/033/0002-592||62 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||62 Stockenstroom Street||62 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||472||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 337||9/2/033/0002-581||63 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||63 Stockenstroom Street||63 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||319||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 337||9/2/033/0002-581||63 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||63 Stockenstroom Street||63 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||319||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 338||9/2/033/0002-580||65 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||65 Stockenstroom Street||65 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||320||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 338||9/2/033/0002-580||65 Stockenstroom Street, Graaff-Reinet||65 Stockenstroom Street||65 Stockenstroom Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||320||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 339||9/2/044/0006-007||Memorial to Pastor Nauhaus, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Memorial to Pastor Nauhaus||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 339||9/2/044/0006-007||Memorial to Pastor Nauhaus, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Memorial to Pastor Nauhaus||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 340||9/2/033/0021||3 Te Water Street, Graaff-Reinet||3 Te Water Street||3 Te Water Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1487||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 340||9/2/033/0021||3 Te Water Street, Graaff-Reinet||3 Te Water Street||3 Te Water Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1487||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 341||9/2/073/0024/012||53 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||53 Donkin Street||53 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1926||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 341||9/2/073/0024/012||53 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||53 Donkin Street||53 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1926||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 342||9/2/033/0002-578||58 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||58 Bourke Street||58 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||613||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 342||9/2/033/0002-578||58 Bourke Street, Graaff-Reinet||58 Bourke Street||58 Bourke Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||613||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 343||9/2/073/0016/005||9 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||9 Cora Terrace||9 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3927||These houses are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 343||9/2/073/0016/005||9 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||9 Cora Terrace||9 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3927||These houses are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 344||9/2/090/0010-002||Manse, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District||Manse||||Mgwali||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 344||9/2/090/0010-002||Manse, Mgwali Mission complex, Stutterheim District||Manse||||Mgwali||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 345||9/2/044/0006-006||Cemetery, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Cemetery||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 345||9/2/044/0006-006||Cemetery, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Cemetery||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 346||9/2/044/0006||Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Moravian Mission Complex||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 346||9/2/044/0006||Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Moravian Mission Complex||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 347||9/2/044/0006-001||Church, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Church||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 347||9/2/044/0006-001||Church, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Church||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 348||9/2/044/0006-002||Parsonage, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Parsonage||||Clarkson||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 348||9/2/044/0006-002||Parsonage, Moravian Mission Complex, Clarkson, Humansdorp District||Parsonage||||Clarkson||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 349||9/2/033/0002-579||1 Te Water Street, Graaff-Reinet||1 Te Water Street||1 Te Water Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1486||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 349||9/2/033/0002-579||1 Te Water Street, Graaff-Reinet||1 Te Water Street||1 Te Water Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1486||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 350||9/2/003/0092||Upper Croft, Salem, Albany District||Upper Croft||Salem, Albany District||Salem||Eastern Cape||525||Double storeyed Georgian style house.  Built in 1830s.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 350||9/2/003/0092||Upper Croft, Salem, Albany District||Upper Croft||Salem, Albany District||Salem||EC||525||Double storeyed Georgian style house.  Built in 1830s.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 351||9/2/026/0007-003||Bronze cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||Bronze canon||||East London||Eastern Cape||||||Heritage Object
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| 351||9/2/026/0007-003||Bronze cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||Bronze canon||||East London||EC||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 352||9/2/073/0038||Miracle Cannon from Wreck of Sacremento, King George VI Art Gallery, Park Drive, Port Elizabeth||Miracle Cannon from Wreck of Sacremento||King George V1 Art Gallery, Park Drive||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||||||Heritage Object
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| 352||9/2/073/0038||Miracle Cannon from Wreck of Sacremento, King George VI Art Gallery, Park Drive, Port Elizabeth||Miracle Cannon from Wreck of Sacremento||King George V1 Art Gallery, Park Drive||Port Elizabeth||EC||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 354||9/2/026/0011||Lower Needs Camp, East London District||Lower Needs Camp||East London District||||Eastern Cape||863||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 354||9/2/026/0011||Lower Needs Camp, East London District||Lower Needs Camp||East London District||||EC||863||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 355||9/2/009/0013||Bradshaw's Mill, Bathurst||Bradshaw's Mill||Bathurst||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||365||This wool mill was built in 1821 by Samuel Bradshaw, an 1820 Settler. It played an important role in the history of the wool industry in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 355||9/2/009/0013||Bradshaw's Mill, Bathurst||Bradshaw's Mill||Bathurst||Bathurst||EC||365||This wool mill was built in 1821 by Samuel Bradshaw, an 1820 Settler. It played an important role in the history of the wool industry in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 356||9/2/028/0007||Old Watermill, Mill Bank, Fort Beaufort District||Old Water Mill||Mill Bank, Fort Beaufort District||||Eastern Cape||902||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 356||9/2/028/0007||Old Watermill, Mill Bank, Fort Beaufort District||Old Water Mill||Mill Bank, Fort Beaufort District||||EC||902||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 357||9/2/090/0007||Baron von Stutterheim Mill, Stutterheim||Baron von Stutterheim Mill||Stutterheim||Stutterheim||Eastern Cape||621||This double-storeyed stone building, known as the Baron von Stutterheim Mill, was erected by Mr H J Adkins, official contractor of the British-German Legion military settlers, during the years 1860 to 1861 on the instructions of Baron Richard von Stutterh||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 357||9/2/090/0007||Baron von Stutterheim Mill, Stutterheim||Baron von Stutterheim Mill||Stutterheim||Stutterheim||EC||621||This double-storeyed stone building, known as the Baron von Stutterheim Mill, was erected by Mr H J Adkins, official contractor of the British-German Legion military settlers, during the years 1860 to 1861 on the instructions of Baron Richard von Stutterh||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 358||9/2/073/0024/010||49 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||49 Donkin Street||49 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1923||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 358||9/2/073/0024/010||49 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||49 Donkin Street||49 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1923||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 359||9/2/003/0091||Pillar box, Worcester Street, Grahamstown||Pillar box||Worcester Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||||"||This pillar box, belongs to one of the earliest documented British made post boxes, the fluted type supplied in 1857. This was one of 19 distinct types of pillar boxes supplied to the British post office in the period, 1852 to 1859 i,e, before the first "||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 359||9/2/003/0091||Pillar box, Worcester Street, Grahamstown||Pillar box||Worcester Street||Grahamstown||EC||||"||This pillar box, belongs to one of the earliest documented British made post boxes, the fluted type supplied in 1857. This was one of 19 distinct types of pillar boxes supplied to the British post office in the period, 1852 to 1859 i,e, before the first "||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 360||9/2/026/0007||Bronze cannon salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||Bronze cannon salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||||East London||Eastern Cape||||||Heritage Object
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| 360||9/2/026/0007||Bronze cannon salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||Bronze cannon salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||||East London||EC||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 361||9/2/003/0064||Mooimeisiesfontein, Riebeeck East, Albany District||Mooimeisiesfontein||Riebeeck East, Albany District||Riebeeck East||Eastern Cape||193||This farmhouse was partially built by Piet Refief.  He owned the property from 1814 to 1836.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 361||9/2/003/0064||Mooimeisiesfontein, Riebeeck East, Albany District||Mooimeisiesfontein||Riebeeck East, Albany District||Riebeeck East||EC||193||This farmhouse was partially built by Piet Refief.  He owned the property from 1814 to 1836.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 362||9/2/003/0059||Homestead, Devonshire, Albany District||Homestead||Devonshire, Albany District||Devonshire||Eastern Cape||521, 547||Built in 1832 by Richard Gush.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 362||9/2/003/0059||Homestead, Devonshire, Albany District||Homestead||Devonshire, Albany District||Devonshire||EC||521, 547||Built in 1832 by Richard Gush.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 363||9/2/003/0058||Homestead, Hilton, Albany District||Homestead||Hilton, Albany District||Hilton||Eastern Cape||182||This magnificent bow-fronted Georgian double-storeyed house was erected in 1834 by Richard Gush for the owner A G Cumming.  The bow-fronted design is unique and a few of its kind have remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 363||9/2/003/0058||Homestead, Hilton, Albany District||Homestead||Hilton, Albany District||Hilton||EC||182||This magnificent bow-fronted Georgian double-storeyed house was erected in 1834 by Richard Gush for the owner A G Cumming.  The bow-fronted design is unique and a few of its kind have remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 364||CiskeiTemp8||Domira, Lovedale, Victoria East District||Domira||Lovedale, Victoria East District||Alice||Eastern Cape||||Domira was the residence of Charles Lennox Stretch, diplomatic agent to the Gaikas (1836-1846). It also served as fortress, storm-centre and originally as the headquarters of Sir Andries Stockenstrom during the War of the Axe.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 364||CiskeiTemp8||Domira, Lovedale, Victoria East District||Domira||Lovedale, Victoria East District||Alice||EC||||Domira was the residence of Charles Lennox Stretch, diplomatic agent to the Gaikas (1836-1846). It also served as fortress, storm-centre and originally as the headquarters of Sir Andries Stockenstrom during the War of the Axe.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 365||9/2/073/0007||Pioneer's Memorial Synagogue, Raleigh Street, Port Elizabeth||Pioneer's Memorial Synagogue||Raleigh Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2228, 2230||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 365||9/2/073/0007||Pioneer's Memorial Synagogue, Raleigh Street, Port Elizabeth||Pioneer's Memorial Synagogue||Raleigh Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||2228, 2230||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 366||9/2/009/0026||Lombard's Post, Bathurst District||Lombard's Post||Bathurst District||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||||It served as a military fortification during the fourth and sixth Frontier Wars. During the second half of the Nineteenth Century the farm buildings were fortified by the then owner, Benjamin Keeton.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 366||9/2/009/0026||Lombard's Post, Bathurst District||Lombard's Post||Bathurst District||Bathurst||EC||||It served as a military fortification during the fourth and sixth Frontier Wars. During the second half of the Nineteenth Century the farm buildings were fortified by the then owner, Benjamin Keeton.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 367||9/2/073/0020/001-02||David Livingstone Cottage, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||David Livingstone Cottage||Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Bethelsdorp||Eastern Cape||42||The Van der Kemp church in Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth, has significance in the memory of Dr van der Kemp and his struggles for the indigenous people of South Africa, at a time when such thoughts were almost considered blasphemy by the powers that be . Th||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 367||9/2/073/0020/001-02||David Livingstone Cottage, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||David Livingstone Cottage||Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Bethelsdorp||EC||42||The Van der Kemp church in Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth, has significance in the memory of Dr van der Kemp and his struggles for the indigenous people of South Africa, at a time when such thoughts were almost considered blasphemy by the powers that be . Th||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 368||9/2/003/0039-001||Post box, Grahamstown Railway station, Grahamstown||Post box||Grahamstown Railway Station, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||||This is the second oldest surviving post box in Grahamstown||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 368||9/2/003/0039-001||Post box, Grahamstown Railway station, Grahamstown||Post box||Grahamstown Railway Station, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||||This is the second oldest surviving post box in Grahamstown||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 369||9/2/073/0057||Robin Hill, 1 Harris Street, Port Elizabeth||Robin Hill||1 Harris Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||13 South End||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 369||9/2/073/0057||Robin Hill, 1 Harris Street, Port Elizabeth||Robin Hill||1 Harris Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||13 South End||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 370||9/2/003/0009||Drostdy Gateway, Somerset Street, Grahamstown||Drostdy Gateway||Somerset Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 370||9/2/003/0009||Drostdy Gateway, Somerset Street, Grahamstown||Drostdy Gateway||Somerset Street||Grahamstown||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 371||9/2/073/0024/013||55 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||55 Donkin Street||55 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1927||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 371||9/2/073/0024/013||55 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||55 Donkin Street||55 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1927||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 372||9/2/073/0024/014||21/23 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||21/23 Donkin Street||21/23 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1908||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 372||9/2/073/0024/014||21/23 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||21/23 Donkin Street||21/23 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1908||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 373||9/2/073/0024/015||25 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||25 Donkin Street||25 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1910||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 373||9/2/073/0024/015||25 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||25 Donkin Street||25 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1910||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 374||9/2/073/0024/016||27 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||27 Donkin Street||27 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1913||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 374||9/2/073/0024/016||27 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||27 Donkin Street||27 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1913||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 375||9/2/073/0035||8 Whitlock Street, Port Elizabeth||8 Whitlock Street||8 Whitlock Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2604||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 375||9/2/073/0035||8 Whitlock Street, Port Elizabeth||8 Whitlock Street||8 Whitlock Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||2604||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 376||9/2/073/0036||10 Whitlock Street, Port Elizabeth||10 Whitlock Street||10 Whitlock Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2602||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 376||9/2/073/0036||10 Whitlock Street, Port Elizabeth||10 Whitlock Street||10 Whitlock Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||2602||These double-storeyed semi-detached houses with their Victorian and Georgian features were erected shortly after the turn of the century. These in Donkin Street, situated opposite the Donkin Reserve, form part of a unique row of terrace houses in the Vict||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 377||9/2/026/0007-002||Bronze Feyo naval cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||Bronze Feyo naval cannon||Erven 271 and 272, Morgan's Bay||East London||Eastern Cape||||||Heritage Object
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| 377||9/2/026/0007-002||Bronze Feyo naval cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||Bronze Feyo naval cannon||Erven 271 and 272, Morgan's Bay||East London||EC||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 378||9/2/073/0049-001||Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall, Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth||Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall||Havelock Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2600||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 378||9/2/073/0049-001||Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall, Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth||Holy Trinity Anglican Church Hall||Havelock Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||2600||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 379||9/2/026/0007-001||Bronze Bocarro Cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||Bronze Bocarro Cannon||||East London||Eastern Cape||||||Heritage Object
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| 379||9/2/026/0007-001||Bronze Bocarro Cannon, salvaged from the wreck of the Nossa Senhora de Atalaia do Pinheiro||Bronze Bocarro Cannon||||East London||EC||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 380||9/2/073/0021-001||Old Parsonage, Pearson Street, Port Elizabeth||Old Parsonage||Old Grey Institute, Pearson Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2580||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 380||9/2/073/0021-001||Old Parsonage, Pearson Street, Port Elizabeth||Old Parsonage||Old Grey Institute, Pearson Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||2580||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 381||9/2/005/0003||Dias Cross Memorial, Kwaaihoek, Alexandria District||Dias Cross Memorial||Kwaaihoek, Alexandria District||Alexandria||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 381||9/2/005/0003||Dias Cross Memorial, Kwaaihoek, Alexandria District||Dias Cross Memorial||Kwaaihoek, Alexandria District||Alexandria||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 382||9/2/051/0003||The Look Out, Kirkwood District||The Lookout||Kirkwood District||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||94||The Lookout is a raised brick platform erected by Sir Percy Fitzpatrick (the well-known author of Jock in the Bushveld) in order to get a better view of the countryside below the hill. The land around The Lookout has an unusual wide variety of botanical s||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 382||9/2/051/0003||The Look Out, Kirkwood District||The Lookout||Kirkwood District||Uitenhage||EC||94||The Lookout is a raised brick platform erected by Sir Percy Fitzpatrick (the well-known author of Jock in the Bushveld) in order to get a better view of the countryside below the hill. The land around The Lookout has an unusual wide variety of botanical s||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 383||9/2/004/0009||Jubilee Fountain, Burger Square, Burgersdorp||Jubilee Fountain||Burger Square||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||272||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 383||9/2/004/0009||Jubilee Fountain, Burger Square, Burgersdorp||Jubilee Fountain||Burger Square||Burgersdorp||EC||272||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 384||9/2/034/0003||Irrigation tunnel, Hankey District||Irrigation tunnel||Hankey District||Hankey||Eastern Cape||||The old irrigation tunnel and the water furrow are a notable engineering work of the pioneer farmers under the guidance of the Rev. William Philip. They were completed in 1844.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 384||9/2/034/0003||Irrigation tunnel, Hankey District||Irrigation tunnel||Hankey District||Hankey||EC||||The old irrigation tunnel and the water furrow are a notable engineering work of the pioneer farmers under the guidance of the Rev. William Philip. They were completed in 1844.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 385||9/2/033/0024||Valley of Desolation, Graaff-Reinet District||Valley of Desolation||Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 385||9/2/033/0024||Valley of Desolation, Graaff-Reinet District||Valley of Desolation||Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 387||9/2/073/0024/011||51 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||51 Donkin Street||51 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1925||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 387||9/2/073/0024/011||51 Donkin Street, Port Elizabeth||51 Donkin Street||51 Donkin Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1925||These houses are an outstanding example of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of that part of the city.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 388||9/2/073/0049||Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth||Holy Trinity Anglican Church||Corner Havelock, Lawrence and Pearson Streets||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2599, 2600||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 388||9/2/073/0049||Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth||Holy Trinity Anglican Church||Corner Havelock, Lawrence and Pearson Streets||Port Elizabeth||EC||2599, 2600||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 389||9/2/046/0007||Dutch Reformed Church, 23 Main Street, Jansenville||Dutch Reformed Church||23 High Street||Jansenville||Eastern Cape||159||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 389||9/2/046/0007||Dutch Reformed Church, 23 Main Street, Jansenville||Dutch Reformed Church||23 High Street||Jansenville||EC||159||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 390||9/2/095/0013||Old Railway Station, Market Street, Uitenhage||Old Railway station||Market Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||13041||This railway station, which was erected during 1875, is the original terminus building of one of the earliest railway lines in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 390||9/2/095/0013||Old Railway Station, Market Street, Uitenhage||Old Railway station||Market Street||Uitenhage||EC||13041||This railway station, which was erected during 1875, is the original terminus building of one of the earliest railway lines in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 391||9/2/073/0012||24 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||24 Newington Road||24 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3093||Windyridge, one of the best examples of authentic Victorian architecture in Port Elizabeth, is typical of townhouses built in the 1880s.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 391||9/2/073/0012||24 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||24 Newington Road||24 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3093||Windyridge, one of the best examples of authentic Victorian architecture in Port Elizabeth, is typical of townhouses built in the 1880s.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 392||9/2/073/0008/004||40 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||40 Newington Road||40 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3074||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 392||9/2/073/0008/004||40 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||40 Newington Road||40 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3074||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 393||9/2/073/0008/005||42 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||42 Newington Road||42 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3075||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 393||9/2/073/0008/005||42 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||42 Newington Road||42 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3075||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 394||9/2/073/0008/001||44 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||44 Newington Road||44 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3076||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 394||9/2/073/0008/001||44 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||44 Newington Road||44 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3076||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 395||9/2/073/0008/006||46 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||46 Newington Road||46 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3077||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 395||9/2/073/0008/006||46 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||46 Newington Road||46 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3077||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 396||9/2/073/0008/007||48 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||48 Newington Road||48 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3078||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 396||9/2/073/0008/007||48 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||48 Newington Road||48 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3078||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 397||9/2/026/0015||Ann Bryant Art Gallery, St Lukes Road, East London||Ann Bryant Art Gallery||St. Lukes Road||East London||Eastern Cape||13700/13701||These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 397||9/2/026/0015||Ann Bryant Art Gallery, St Lukes Road, East London||Ann Bryant Art Gallery||St. Lukes Road||East London||EC||13700/13701||These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 398||9/2/073/0008/009||52 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||52 Newington Road||52 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3080||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 398||9/2/073/0008/009||52 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||52 Newington Road||52 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3080||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 399||9/2/082/0013-001||Old College Building, New Street, Somerset East||Old College Building||Gill College, New Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||888||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 399||9/2/082/0013-001||Old College Building, New Street, Somerset East||Old College Building||Gill College, New Street||Somerset East||EC||888||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 400||9/2/050/0027||South African Missionary Museum, Berkley Street, King William's Town||South African Missionary Museum||Amatola Row||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||906||This church was built in 1855 in the neo-Gothic style.  It was later used by the local German Baptist congregation and is now the home of the South African Missionary Museum.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 400||9/2/050/0027||South African Missionary Museum, Berkley Street, King William's Town||South African Missionary Museum||Amatola Row||King William's Town||EC||906||This church was built in 1855 in the neo-Gothic style.  It was later used by the local German Baptist congregation and is now the home of the South African Missionary Museum.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 401||9/2/050/0006||Brownlee Congregational Church, Reserve Road, King William's Town||Brownlee Congregational Church||||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||4099||This building was erected in 1860 by the Rev. John Brownlee, missionary and founder of King William's Town.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 401||9/2/050/0006||Brownlee Congregational Church, Reserve Road, King William's Town||Brownlee Congregational Church||||King William's Town||EC||4099||This building was erected in 1860 by the Rev. John Brownlee, missionary and founder of King William's Town.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 402||9/2/050/0028||Old Methodist Manse, 25 Berkley Street, King William's Town||Old Methodist Manse||25 Berkley Street||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||602||The old Methodist manse was built un approximately 1855. It is a simple, double-storeyed building with a corrugated iron roof and a wooden balcony which stretches from one side of the front facade to the other.  Together with the old Methodist Church it f||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 402||9/2/050/0028||Old Methodist Manse, 25 Berkley Street, King William's Town||Old Methodist Manse||25 Berkley Street||King William's Town||EC||602||The old Methodist manse was built un approximately 1855. It is a simple, double-storeyed building with a corrugated iron roof and a wooden balcony which stretches from one side of the front facade to the other.  Together with the old Methodist Church it f||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 403||9/2/050/0029||Old Synagogue, Berkley Street, King William's Town||Synagogue||Berkley Street||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||905||This predominantly neo-Gothic building probably dates from the eighteen fifties and was used for several decades as a school by the Wesleyans.  The building has been used as a Synagogue since 1908. With the two adjoining buildings, which were also origina||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 403||9/2/050/0029||Old Synagogue, Berkley Street, King William's Town||Synagogue||Berkley Street||King William's Town||EC||905||This predominantly neo-Gothic building probably dates from the eighteen fifties and was used for several decades as a school by the Wesleyans.  The building has been used as a Synagogue since 1908. With the two adjoining buildings, which were also origina||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 404||9/2/033/0002-559||83 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||83 Cradock Street||83 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||615||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 404||9/2/033/0002-559||83 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||83 Cradock Street||83 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||615||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 405||9/2/073/0022/001||Collection, 7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth||Collection||7 Castle Hill||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3987||||Heritage Object
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| 405||9/2/073/0022/001||Collection, 7 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth||Collection||7 Castle Hill||Port Elizabeth||EC||3987||||Heritage Object
 
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| 406||9/2/003/0004||Botanical Gardens, Grahamstown||Botanical Gardens||Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3282||The land on which these gardens were laid out was granted to the Albany Botanical Gardens in 1853 by the Governor of the Cape, Sir George Cathcart. It originally formed part of the Drostdy estate. There Botanical Gardens are the second oldest in the count||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 406||9/2/003/0004||Botanical Gardens, Grahamstown||Botanical Gardens||Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||3282||The land on which these gardens were laid out was granted to the Albany Botanical Gardens in 1853 by the Governor of the Cape, Sir George Cathcart. It originally formed part of the Drostdy estate. There Botanical Gardens are the second oldest in the count||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 407||9/2/073/0008/008||50 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||50 Newington Road||50 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3079||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 407||9/2/073/0008/008||50 Newington Road, Port Elizabeth||50 Newington Road||50 Newington Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3079||These nine houses form part of a unique terrace consisting of a row of identical late-Victorian double-stoleyed semi-detached houses which were erected at the turn of the nineteenth century and have since remained unaltered.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 408||9/2/003/0054||Fraser's Camp Signal Tower, Albany District||Fraser's Camp Signal Tower||Fraser's Camp, Albany District||||Eastern Cape||||Outstanding historical significance.  One of only two surviving towers.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 408||9/2/003/0054||Fraser's Camp Signal Tower, Albany District||Fraser's Camp Signal Tower||Fraser's Camp, Albany District||||EC||||Outstanding historical significance.  One of only two surviving towers.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 409||9/2/006/0005||Concetration Camp Garden of Remembrance, Aliwal North||||Aliwal North||Aliwal North||Eastern Cape||2088||||
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| 409||9/2/006/0005||Concetration Camp Garden of Remembrance, Aliwal North||||Aliwal North||Aliwal North||EC||2088||||
 
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| 410||9/2/034/0004||Sarah Bartmann Site, R331Hankey, Kouga Municipality||Sarah Bartmann||Kouga Municipality||Hankey||Eastern Cape||3164||The site has spiritual, cultural, social, and historical significance.  The treatment of Sarah Bartmann during her life and after her death speaks of suffering, dispossession, sadness and loss of dignity, culture, community, language and life.  It is a sy||National Heritage Site
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| 410||9/2/034/0004||Sarah Bartmann Site, R331Hankey, Kouga Municipality||Sarah Bartmann||Kouga Municipality||Hankey||EC||3164||The site has spiritual, cultural, social, and historical significance.  The treatment of Sarah Bartmann during her life and after her death speaks of suffering, dispossession, sadness and loss of dignity, culture, community, language and life.  It is a sy||National Heritage Site
 
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| 411||9/2/050/0041||Upper Needs Camp, King William's Town DistrictCuylerville||Upper Needs Camp||King William's Town District||||Eastern Cape||1947||On the site there are geological deposits containing fossils dating back to the Cretaceous Period. It is the intention to preserve the deposits for future geological research.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 411||9/2/050/0041||Upper Needs Camp, King William's Town DistrictCuylerville||Upper Needs Camp||King William's Town District||||EC||1947||On the site there are geological deposits containing fossils dating back to the Cretaceous Period. It is the intention to preserve the deposits for future geological research.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 412||9/2/059/0003||Dinosaur Track Site, Oakleigh, Maclear District||Dinosaur Track Site||Oakleigh, Maclear District||Maclear||Eastern Cape||109||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 412||9/2/059/0003||Dinosaur Track Site, Oakleigh, Maclear District||Dinosaur Track Site||Oakleigh, Maclear District||Maclear||EC||109||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 413||9/2/033/0001-006||Hyena trap, Bluegum House, Graaff-Reinet District||Hyena trap||Bluegum House, Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||||This corbelled hyena trap was huilt to catch predators. It forms an important material link with the pioneering way of life in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 413||9/2/033/0001-006||Hyena trap, Bluegum House, Graaff-Reinet District||Hyena trap||Bluegum House, Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||EC||||This corbelled hyena trap was huilt to catch predators. It forms an important material link with the pioneering way of life in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 414||9/2/073/0025||10 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth||10 Castle Hill||10 Castle Hill||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3820||These typical Settler houses date from about 1840 and were originally the properties of Constable Sterley. Together with the adjacent historic house at 7 Castle Hill these buildings from an interesting architectural complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 414||9/2/073/0025||10 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth||10 Castle Hill||10 Castle Hill||Port Elizabeth||EC||3820||These typical Settler houses date from about 1840 and were originally the properties of Constable Sterley. Together with the adjacent historic house at 7 Castle Hill these buildings from an interesting architectural complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 415||9/2/073/0020||Alms houses, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Alms houses||Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Bethelsdorp||Eastern Cape||39||These semi-detached houses were erected in 1822 in the vernacular style to house the poor of Bethelsdorp. They form an essential part of the historical part of Bethelsdorp.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 415||9/2/073/0020||Alms houses, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Alms houses||Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Bethelsdorp||EC||39||These semi-detached houses were erected in 1822 in the vernacular style to house the poor of Bethelsdorp. They form an essential part of the historical part of Bethelsdorp.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 416||9/2/095/0011||Old Drostdy, 50 Caledon Street, Uitenhage||Old Drostdy||50 Caledon Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||8991||The designer of the Drostdy building was M L Thibault, the well-known architect.  Construction started in 1804, was completed in 1810.  Today the Drostdy forms part of the historic core of Uitenhage.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 416||9/2/095/0011||Old Drostdy, 50 Caledon Street, Uitenhage||Old Drostdy||50 Caledon Street||Uitenhage||EC||8991||The designer of the Drostdy building was M L Thibault, the well-known architect.  Construction started in 1804, was completed in 1810.  Today the Drostdy forms part of the historic core of Uitenhage.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 417||9/2/003/0070||Governor's Kop Signal Tower, Albany District||Governor's Kop Signal Tower||Albany District||||Eastern Cape||223||Outstanding historical significance.  One of only two surviving towers.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 417||9/2/003/0070||Governor's Kop Signal Tower, Albany District||Governor's Kop Signal Tower||Albany District||||EC||223||Outstanding historical significance.  One of only two surviving towers.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 418||9/2/082/0013-002||College House, Gill College, Somerset East||College House||Gill College, Somerset East||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||853||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 418||9/2/082/0013-002||College House, Gill College, Somerset East||College House||Gill College, Somerset East||Somerset East||EC||853||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 419||9/2/090/0005||Bethel Mission Church, Stutterheim||Bethel Mission Church||Stutterheim||Stutterheim||Eastern Cape||2459||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 419||9/2/090/0005||Bethel Mission Church, Stutterheim||Bethel Mission Church||Stutterheim||Stutterheim||EC||2459||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 420||9/2/093/0003||Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, 17 Grey Street, Tarkastad||Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage||17 Grey Street||Tarkastad||Eastern Cape||1059||This parsonage was built after the arrival of the Reverend J G S de Villiers as the first minister of Tarkastad in 1864. This double-storeyed building has a unique wrought-iron verandah.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 420||9/2/093/0003||Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, 17 Grey Street, Tarkastad||Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage||17 Grey Street||Tarkastad||EC||1059||This parsonage was built after the arrival of the Reverend J G S de Villiers as the first minister of Tarkastad in 1864. This double-storeyed building has a unique wrought-iron verandah.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 421||9/2/095/0004||Dutch Reformed Church Hall, 112 Caledon Street, Uitenhage||Dutch Reformed Church Hall||112 Caledon Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||||This fine building was designed in 1818 but completed only in 1843 and was the Dutch Reformed Church until it became a church hall in 1927.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 421||9/2/095/0004||Dutch Reformed Church Hall, 112 Caledon Street, Uitenhage||Dutch Reformed Church Hall||112 Caledon Street||Uitenhage||EC||||This fine building was designed in 1818 but completed only in 1843 and was the Dutch Reformed Church until it became a church hall in 1927.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 422||9/2/098/0003||Reformed Church, 16 Van Wyk Street, Venterstad||Reformed Church||16 Van Wyk Street||Venterstad||Eastern Cape||263||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 422||9/2/098/0003||Reformed Church, 16 Van Wyk Street, Venterstad||Reformed Church||16 Van Wyk Street||Venterstad||EC||263||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 423||9/2/050/0011||Stead Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Stead Wing, Kaffrarian Museum||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||4777||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 423||9/2/050/0011||Stead Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Stead Wing, Kaffrarian Museum||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||EC||4777||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 424||9/2/050/0015||Lonsdale Chambers, Taylor Street, King William's Town||Lonsdale Chambers||Taylor Street||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1007, 1009, 1010||This double-storey building with its predominantly neo-Classical features was designed and built in 1924 by the architects Cordeaux, Farrow and Stocks. The building was named after James Faunce Lonsdale, founder member and later Secretary of the British K||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 424||9/2/050/0015||Lonsdale Chambers, Taylor Street, King William's Town||Lonsdale Chambers||Taylor Street||King William's Town||EC||1007, 1009, 1010||This double-storey building with its predominantly neo-Classical features was designed and built in 1924 by the architects Cordeaux, Farrow and Stocks. The building was named after James Faunce Lonsdale, founder member and later Secretary of the British K||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 425||9/2/050/0018||Victoria Drill Hall, Queens Road, King William's Town||Victoria Drill Hall||Queens Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1303||This Victorian building with its neo-Classical features was designed by J Laughton and was named after Queen Victoria to commemorate her sixtieth year as Queen of the British Empire. The cornerstone of the building was laid on 21 June 1897 and since its c||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 425||9/2/050/0018||Victoria Drill Hall, Queens Road, King William's Town||Victoria Drill Hall||Queens Road||King William's Town||EC||1303||This Victorian building with its neo-Classical features was designed by J Laughton and was named after Queen Victoria to commemorate her sixtieth year as Queen of the British Empire. The cornerstone of the building was laid on 21 June 1897 and since its c||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 426||9/2/033/0002-558||162 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||162 Cradock Street||162 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3339||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 426||9/2/033/0002-558||162 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||162 Cradock Street||162 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3339||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 427||9/2/003/0095||Corbelled hut, Spring Farm, Albany District||Corbelled hut||Spring Farm, Albany District||Spring Farm||Eastern Cape||460||This corbelled hut is an excellent example of the ingenuity of the early pioneers in building a house with the only material at their disposal and is therefore an important link in the development of vernacular architecture in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 427||9/2/003/0095||Corbelled hut, Spring Farm, Albany District||Corbelled hut||Spring Farm, Albany District||Spring Farm||EC||460||This corbelled hut is an excellent example of the ingenuity of the early pioneers in building a house with the only material at their disposal and is therefore an important link in the development of vernacular architecture in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 428||9/2/004/0008||Taal Monument, Burger Square, Burgersdorp||Taal Monument||Burger Square||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 428||9/2/004/0008||Taal Monument, Burger Square, Burgersdorp||Taal Monument||Burger Square||Burgersdorp||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 429||9/2/026/0028||Red House, Red House Avenue, East London||Red House||Red House Avenue||East London||Eastern Cape||8680||The Redhouse is a fine example of a Mediterranean type mansion from the second decade of this century. It is an imposing and aesthetically pleasing building that would stand proud in any centre.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 429||9/2/026/0028||Red House, Red House Avenue, East London||Red House||Red House Avenue||East London||EC||8680||The Redhouse is a fine example of a Mediterranean type mansion from the second decade of this century. It is an imposing and aesthetically pleasing building that would stand proud in any centre.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 430||9/2/003/0086||Trinity Church complex, Hill Street, Grahamstown||Trinity Church complex|| Hill Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 430||9/2/003/0086||Trinity Church complex, Hill Street, Grahamstown||Trinity Church complex|| Hill Street||Grahamstown||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 431||9/2/033/0002-583||Old Congregational Church Parsonage, 21 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Old Congregational Church Parsonage||21 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1552||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 431||9/2/033/0002-583||Old Congregational Church Parsonage, 21 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||Old Congregational Church Parsonage||21 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1552||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 432||9/2/007/0012||Naudes Nek Pass, Barkly East District||Naudes Nek Pass||||Barkly East||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 432||9/2/007/0012||Naudes Nek Pass, Barkly East District||Naudes Nek Pass||||Barkly East||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 433||9/2/004/0014||Dutch Reformed Church, Coetzee Street, Burgersdorp||Dutch Reformed Church||Coetzee Street||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||558||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 433||9/2/004/0014||Dutch Reformed Church, Coetzee Street, Burgersdorp||Dutch Reformed Church||Coetzee Street||Burgersdorp||EC||558||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 434||9/2/028/0016||Sundial, Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort||Sundial||Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||||||Heritage Object
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| 434||9/2/028/0016||Sundial, Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort||Sundial||Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort||Fort Beaufort||EC||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 435||9/2/033/0027||Kromm's Inn, 3 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||Kromm's Inn||3 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1178||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 435||9/2/033/0027||Kromm's Inn, 3 Parliament Street, Graaff-Reinet||Kromm's Inn||3 Parliament Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1178||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 436||9/2/502/0007||University of Fort Hare Collections, University of Fort Hare, Alice||University of Fort Hare Collections||University of Fort Hare, Alice||Alice||Eastern Cape||||||Heritage Object
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| 436||9/2/502/0007||University of Fort Hare Collections, University of Fort Hare, Alice||University of Fort Hare Collections||University of Fort Hare, Alice||Alice||EC||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 437||9/2/009/0024||Bailey's Beacon and 1820 Toposcope, Bathurst||Bailey's Beacon and 1820 Toposcope||Bathurst||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||1||Col. Jacob Cuyler's camp stood on this site when he supervised the settlement of the 1820 Settlers on their allotments.  The Governor, Sir Rufane Donkin also pitched his camp here when he determined the site of the town of Bathurst.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 437||9/2/009/0024||Bailey's Beacon and 1820 Toposcope, Bathurst||Bailey's Beacon and 1820 Toposcope||Bathurst||Bathurst||EC||1||Col. Jacob Cuyler's camp stood on this site when he supervised the settlement of the 1820 Settlers on their allotments.  The Governor, Sir Rufane Donkin also pitched his camp here when he determined the site of the town of Bathurst.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 438||9/2/033/0010||Graaff-Reinet Club, 3 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Graaff-Reinet Club||3 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1483||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 438||9/2/033/0010||Graaff-Reinet Club, 3 Church Street, Graaff-Reinet||Graaff-Reinet Club||3 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1483||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 439||9/2/073/0032||Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial, St George's Park, Port Elizabeth||Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial||St. George's Park||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3182||The Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial is one of the largest and heaviest architectural products in the Victorian idiom manufactured by the Saracen Foundry of Walter MacFarlane of Glascow in Scotland. The structure is a fitting tribute to the memory of the of||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 439||9/2/073/0032||Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial, St George's Park, Port Elizabeth||Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial||St. George's Park||Port Elizabeth||EC||3182||The Prince Alfred's Guard Memorial is one of the largest and heaviest architectural products in the Victorian idiom manufactured by the Saracen Foundry of Walter MacFarlane of Glascow in Scotland. The structure is a fitting tribute to the memory of the of||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 440||9/2/073/0033||Horse Memorial, Cape Road, Port Elizabeth||Horse Memorial||Cape Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3381||This memorial, designed by Joseph Whitehead and cast in bronze by Thames Dillon works in Surrey, was unveiled on 11 February 1905 by the Mayor of Port Elizabeth, Mr Alexander Fettes. The monument commemorates the horses that suffered and died during the A||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 440||9/2/073/0033||Horse Memorial, Cape Road, Port Elizabeth||Horse Memorial||Cape Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||3381||This memorial, designed by Joseph Whitehead and cast in bronze by Thames Dillon works in Surrey, was unveiled on 11 February 1905 by the Mayor of Port Elizabeth, Mr Alexander Fettes. The monument commemorates the horses that suffered and died during the A||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 441||9/2/006/0010||J W Sauer Bridge, Kraai River, Aliwal North District||J W Sauer Bridge||Kraai River, Aliwal North District||Aliwal North||Eastern Cape||60||This sandstone bridge with its four graceful arches was opened on 23 September 1881 by the then Minister of Railways and Harbours, Mr J W Sauer.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 441||9/2/006/0010||J W Sauer Bridge, Kraai River, Aliwal North District||J W Sauer Bridge||Kraai River, Aliwal North District||Aliwal North||EC||60||This sandstone bridge with its four graceful arches was opened on 23 September 1881 by the then Minister of Railways and Harbours, Mr J W Sauer.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 442||9/2/007/0004||Loch Bridge, Kraai River, Barkly East District||Loch Bridge||Kraai River, Barkly East District||Barkly East||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 442||9/2/007/0004||Loch Bridge, Kraai River, Barkly East District||Loch Bridge||Kraai River, Barkly East District||Barkly East||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 443||9/2/020/0010||1853 Milestone, Stone Ridge, Cathcart District||1853 Milestone||Stone Ridge, Cathcart District||||Eastern Cape||74||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 443||9/2/020/0010||1853 Milestone, Stone Ridge, Cathcart District||1853 Milestone||Stone Ridge, Cathcart District||||EC||74||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 444||9/2/028/0009||Victoria Bridge, Bridge Street, Fort Beaufort||Victoria Bridge||Bridge Street||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||905||This bridge carries the Queen's Road, at that time an important military road, across the Kat River. It was designed by Major C J Selwyn, RE, and completed towards the end of 1843 or early in 1844.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 444||9/2/028/0009||Victoria Bridge, Bridge Street, Fort Beaufort||Victoria Bridge||Bridge Street||Fort Beaufort||EC||905||This bridge carries the Queen's Road, at that time an important military road, across the Kat River. It was designed by Major C J Selwyn, RE, and completed towards the end of 1843 or early in 1844.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 445||9/2/050/0005||Von Ronow House and Moser Cottage, Berlin, King William's Town District||Von Ronnow House and Moser Cottage||Berlin, King William's Town District||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||647 & 522||Both the historic houses on this site are typical pioneer houses of the German Settlers who settled in the Eastern Province in the fifties of the 19th century.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 445||9/2/050/0005||Von Ronow House and Moser Cottage, Berlin, King William's Town District||Von Ronnow House and Moser Cottage||Berlin, King William's Town District||King William's Town||EC||647 & 522||Both the historic houses on this site are typical pioneer houses of the German Settlers who settled in the Eastern Province in the fifties of the 19th century.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 446||9/2/003/0115||8 Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown||8 Bartholomew Street||8 Bartholomew Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4047||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 446||9/2/003/0115||8 Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown||8 Bartholomew Street||8 Bartholomew Street||Grahamstown||EC||4047||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 447||9/2/033/0002-589||83-85 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||83-85 Caledon Street||83-85 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||525||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 447||9/2/033/0002-589||83-85 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||83-85 Caledon Street||83-85 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||525||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 448||9/2/033/0002-557||164 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||164 Cradock Street||164 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3338||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 448||9/2/033/0002-557||164 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||164 Cradock Street||164 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3338||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 449||9/2/033/0002-582||166 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||166 Cradock Street||166 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3361||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 449||9/2/033/0002-582||166 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||166 Cradock Street||166 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3361||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 450||9/2/073/0010||Opera House, Whites Road, Port Elizabeth||Opera House||Whites Road||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1901, 1903, 1904||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 450||9/2/073/0010||Opera House, Whites Road, Port Elizabeth||Opera House||Whites Road||Port Elizabeth||EC||1901, 1903, 1904||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 451||9/2/073/0018||Feathermarket Hall, Baakens street, Port Elizabeth||Feathermarket Hall||Baakens street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3788, 3789, 3790||This hall, of which the original plan by Sir Wolfe-Barry of London was incorportaed in the later plans of architect W H  Miles, was erected during 1883-1885. It was opened on 10 December 1885 by the Governor, Sir Hercules Robinson. The South African Exhib||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 451||9/2/073/0018||Feathermarket Hall, Baakens street, Port Elizabeth||Feathermarket Hall||Baakens street||Port Elizabeth||EC||3788, 3789, 3790||This hall, of which the original plan by Sir Wolfe-Barry of London was incorportaed in the later plans of architect W H  Miles, was erected during 1883-1885. It was opened on 10 December 1885 by the Governor, Sir Hercules Robinson. The South African Exhib||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 452||9/2/070/0004||Carl E Froelich's Shop, 58 Voortrekker Street, Pearston||Carl E Froelich's Shop||58 Voortrekker Street||Pearston||Eastern Cape||288||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 452||9/2/070/0004||Carl E Froelich's Shop, 58 Voortrekker Street, Pearston||Carl E Froelich's Shop||58 Voortrekker Street||Pearston||EC||288||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 453||9/2/009/0021||Port Alfred Railway Station, Port Alfred||Port Alfred Railway Station||Port Alfred||Port Alfred||Eastern Cape||1366||This station building, which dates from the early 1880s, was  presumably erected by George Pauling, the local Railway Engineer, for the firm R Firbank & Co, to whom the building contract was granted. This buikding is not only closely associated with the h||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 453||9/2/009/0021||Port Alfred Railway Station, Port Alfred||Port Alfred Railway Station||Port Alfred||Port Alfred||EC||1366||This station building, which dates from the early 1880s, was  presumably erected by George Pauling, the local Railway Engineer, for the firm R Firbank & Co, to whom the building contract was granted. This buikding is not only closely associated with the h||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 454||9/2/033/0002-584||84 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||84 Cradock Street||84 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||541||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 454||9/2/033/0002-584||84 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||84 Cradock Street||84 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||541||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 455||9/2/026/0031||Hood Point Lighthouse, East London||Hood Point Lighthouse||||East London||Eastern Cape||19602||The Hood Point Lighthouse is a fine example of its type and has performed sterling sterling service continually for one hundred years.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 455||9/2/026/0031||Hood Point Lighthouse, East London||Hood Point Lighthouse||||East London||EC||19602||The Hood Point Lighthouse is a fine example of its type and has performed sterling sterling service continually for one hundred years.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 456||9/2/033/0002-590||86 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||86 Cradock Street||86 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||540||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 456||9/2/033/0002-590||86 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||86 Cradock Street||86 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||540||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 457||9/2/026/0034||Customs and Excise Building, East London||Customs and Excise Building||East London Harbour||East London||Eastern Cape||15841||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 457||9/2/026/0034||Customs and Excise Building, East London||Customs and Excise Building||East London Harbour||East London||EC||15841||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 458||9/2/033/0002-588||86 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||86 Caledon Street||86 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||257||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 458||9/2/033/0002-588||86 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||86 Caledon Street||86 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||257||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 459||9/2/033/0002-587||87 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||87 Caledon Street||87 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3545||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 459||9/2/033/0002-587||87 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||87 Caledon Street||87 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3545||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 460||9/2/033/0002-586||88 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||88 Caledon Street||88 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||257||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 460||9/2/033/0002-586||88 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||88 Caledon Street||88 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||257||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 461||9/2/011/0003/001||1828 Dutch Reformed Church, Glen Lynden, Bedford District||1828 Dutch Reformed Church||Glen Lynden, Bedford District||Bedford||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 461||9/2/011/0003/001||1828 Dutch Reformed Church, Glen Lynden, Bedford District||1828 Dutch Reformed Church||Glen Lynden, Bedford District||Bedford||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 462||9/2/011/0003/002||1874 Dutch Reformed Church, Glen Lynden, Bedford District||1874 Dutch Reformed Church||Glen Lynden, Bedford District||Bedford||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 462||9/2/011/0003/002||1874 Dutch Reformed Church, Glen Lynden, Bedford District||1874 Dutch Reformed Church||Glen Lynden, Bedford District||Bedford||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 463||9/2/009/0019||Fossil Exposure, Birbury, Bathurst District||Fossil Exposure||Birbury, Bathurst District||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 463||9/2/009/0019||Fossil Exposure, Birbury, Bathurst District||Fossil Exposure||Birbury, Bathurst District||Bathurst||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 464||9/2/007/0006||Dutch Reformed Church, 125 Molteno Street, Barkly East||Dutch Reformed Church||125 Molteno Street||Barkly East||Eastern Cape||1189||The Barkly East Dutch Reformed Church is a very fine example of a religious building executed in sandstone.  Besides the fine detailing of the exterior, this church, completed in 1907, has an interior which is still an accurate example of its period.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 464||9/2/007/0006||Dutch Reformed Church, 125 Molteno Street, Barkly East||Dutch Reformed Church||125 Molteno Street||Barkly East||EC||1189||The Barkly East Dutch Reformed Church is a very fine example of a religious building executed in sandstone.  Besides the fine detailing of the exterior, this church, completed in 1907, has an interior which is still an accurate example of its period.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 465||9/2/026/0012||Queens Park, Beaconsfield Road, East London||Queens Park||Beaconsfield Road||East London||Eastern Cape||14959||The original part of Queen's Park was donated to the inhabitants of East London in about 1880 by Mr Gately for use as a public park. This park is of particular botanical interest.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 465||9/2/026/0012||Queens Park, Beaconsfield Road, East London||Queens Park||Beaconsfield Road||East London||EC||14959||The original part of Queen's Park was donated to the inhabitants of East London in about 1880 by Mr Gately for use as a public park. This park is of particular botanical interest.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 466||9/2/033/0002-565||85 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||85 Cradock Street||85 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||616||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 466||9/2/033/0002-565||85 Cradock Street, Graaff-Reinet||85 Cradock Street||85 Cradock Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||616||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian characteristics and which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical, and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 467||9/2/003/0008||Eastern Star Museum, 4 Anglo-African Street, Grahamstown||Eastern Star Museum||4 Anglo-African Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3811||Erected in 1861 to serve as the first classroom for St. Andrews College.  It continued as such until 1872, after which it was used successivley as a Masonic Lodge, business premises and as a dwelling house.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 467||9/2/003/0008||Eastern Star Museum, 4 Anglo-African Street, Grahamstown||Eastern Star Museum||4 Anglo-African Street||Grahamstown||EC||3811||Erected in 1861 to serve as the first classroom for St. Andrews College.  It continued as such until 1872, after which it was used successivley as a Masonic Lodge, business premises and as a dwelling house.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 468||9/2/003/0072||1 Sheblon Lane, Grahamstown||1 Sheblon Lane||1 Sheblon Lane||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||5254||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 468||9/2/003/0072||1 Sheblon Lane, Grahamstown||1 Sheblon Lane||1 Sheblon Lane||Grahamstown||EC||5254||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 469||9/2/003/0073||2 Sheblon Lane, Grahamstown||2 Sheblon Lane||2 Sheblon Lane||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||5254||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 469||9/2/003/0073||2 Sheblon Lane, Grahamstown||2 Sheblon Lane||2 Sheblon Lane||Grahamstown||EC||5254||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 470||9/2/003/0084||8A Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown||8A Bartholomew Street||8A Bartholomew Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||5254||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 470||9/2/003/0084||8A Bartholomew Street, Grahamstown||8A Bartholomew Street||8A Bartholomew Street||Grahamstown||EC||5254||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 471||9/2/003/0074||1 Cross Street, Grahamstown||1 Cross Street||1 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4034||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 471||9/2/003/0074||1 Cross Street, Grahamstown||1 Cross Street||1 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||4034||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 472||9/2/003/0076||3 Cross Street, Grahamstown||3 Cross Street||3 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4036||An integral part of an important group of settler buildings.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 472||9/2/003/0076||3 Cross Street, Grahamstown||3 Cross Street||3 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||4036||An integral part of an important group of settler buildings.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 473||9/2/003/0078||5 Cross Street, Grahamstown||5 Cross Street||5 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4036||An integral part of an important group of settler buildings.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 473||9/2/003/0078||5 Cross Street, Grahamstown||5 Cross Street||5 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||4036||An integral part of an important group of settler buildings.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 474||9/2/003/0080||7 Cross Street, Grahamstown||7 Cross Street||7 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4037||An integral part of an important group of settler buildings.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 474||9/2/003/0080||7 Cross Street, Grahamstown||7 Cross Street||7 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||4037||An integral part of an important group of settler buildings.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 475||9/2/003/0040||Cock House, 10 Market Street, Grahamstown||Cock House||10 Market Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||5284||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 475||9/2/003/0040||Cock House, 10 Market Street, Grahamstown||Cock House||10 Market Street||Grahamstown||EC||5284||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 476||9/2/003/0016||National English Literary Museum, 87 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||National English Literary Museum||87 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||6381||This double-storeyed house with its Georgian and Romanesque features was built by Bishop Patrick Moran in 1860 as residence for the proests of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Bishop Moran was succeeded by the Rev. James David Richards, the resident priest. One o||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 476||9/2/003/0016||National English Literary Museum, 87 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||National English Literary Museum||87 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||EC||6381||This double-storeyed house with its Georgian and Romanesque features was built by Bishop Patrick Moran in 1860 as residence for the proests of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Bishop Moran was succeeded by the Rev. James David Richards, the resident priest. One o||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 477||9/2/003/0079||6 Cross Street, Grahamstown||6 Cross Street||6 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||6763||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 477||9/2/003/0079||6 Cross Street, Grahamstown||6 Cross Street||6 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||6763||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 478||9/2/073/0019||Old Post Office, Court Street, Port Elizabeth||Old Post Office||Court Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3787||This imposing building, which is reminiscent of a Rhineland Castle, was designed in 1897 by H S Greaves of the Public Works Department of the Cape Colonial Government. It was erected by J Kohler & Sons. Although only fully completed in 1902, the building ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 478||9/2/073/0019||Old Post Office, Court Street, Port Elizabeth||Old Post Office||Court Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||3787||This imposing building, which is reminiscent of a Rhineland Castle, was designed in 1897 by H S Greaves of the Public Works Department of the Cape Colonial Government. It was erected by J Kohler & Sons. Although only fully completed in 1902, the building ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 479||9/2/073/0030||Atheneum Club, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth||Atheneum Club||Belmont Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3833||This late victorian building, with its impressive neo-classical elements, consists of two sections, which were opened in 1896 and 1901 respectively.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 479||9/2/073/0030||Atheneum Club, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth||Atheneum Club||Belmont Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3833||This late victorian building, with its impressive neo-classical elements, consists of two sections, which were opened in 1896 and 1901 respectively.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 480||9/2/003/0094||Tryall Cottage, 19 Somerset Street, Grahamstown||Tryall Cottage||19 Somerset Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3250||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 480||9/2/003/0094||Tryall Cottage, 19 Somerset Street, Grahamstown||Tryall Cottage||19 Somerset Street||Grahamstown||EC||3250||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 481||9/2/003/0087||48-50 Bathurst Street, Grahamstown||48-50 Bathurst Street||48-50 Bathurst Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||1703/1704||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 481||9/2/003/0087||48-50 Bathurst Street, Grahamstown||48-50 Bathurst Street||48-50 Bathurst Street||Grahamstown||EC||1703/1704||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 482||9/2/003/0018||Oatlands House, 10 Caroline Close, Grahamstown||Oatlands House||10 Caroline Close||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||6302||The house was built in 1823 for Col Henry Somerset, son of Lord Charles Somerset.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 482||9/2/003/0018||Oatlands House, 10 Caroline Close, Grahamstown||Oatlands House||10 Caroline Close||Grahamstown||EC||6302||The house was built in 1823 for Col Henry Somerset, son of Lord Charles Somerset.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 483||9/2/003/0088||21 West Street, Grahamstown||21 West Street||21 West Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4461/4462||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 483||9/2/003/0088||21 West Street, Grahamstown||21 West Street||21 West Street||Grahamstown||EC||4461/4462||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 484||9/2/050/0013||Deeds Office, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Deeds Office||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1304||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 484||9/2/050/0013||Deeds Office, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Deeds Office||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||EC||1304||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 485||9/2/003/0082||9 Cross Street, Grahamstown||9 Cross Street||9 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4038||An integral part of an important group of settler buildings.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 485||9/2/003/0082||9 Cross Street, Grahamstown||9 Cross Street||9 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||4038||An integral part of an important group of settler buildings.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 486||9/2/061/0006/002||Old Officers' Mess, Grootfontein Agricultural College, Middelburg District||Old Officers' Mess||Middelburg District||Middelburg||Eastern Cape||81||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 486||9/2/061/0006/002||Old Officers' Mess, Grootfontein Agricultural College, Middelburg District||Old Officers' Mess||Middelburg District||Middelburg||EC||81||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 487||9/2/073/0020/001-01||Van der Kemp Memorial Church, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Van der Kemp Memorial Church||Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Bethelsdorp||Eastern Cape||42||The Van der Kemp church in Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth, has significance in the memory of Dr van der Kemp and his struggles for the indigenous people of South Africa, at a time when such thoughts were almost considered blasphemy by the powers that be . Th||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 487||9/2/073/0020/001-01||Van der Kemp Memorial Church, Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Van der Kemp Memorial Church||Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth District||Bethelsdorp||EC||42||The Van der Kemp church in Bethelsdorp, Port Elizabeth, has significance in the memory of Dr van der Kemp and his struggles for the indigenous people of South Africa, at a time when such thoughts were almost considered blasphemy by the powers that be . Th||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 488||9/2/050/0024||Dale College Boys' Primary School, Albert Road, King William's Town||Dale College Boys' Primary School||Albert Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1286||The cornerstone of this imposing red brick building, designed by the well-known architect Sir Herbert Baker, was laid on 20 March 1907.  The building was officially opened on 26 February 1908 by Dr Thomas Muir, Superintendent-General of Education.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 488||9/2/050/0024||Dale College Boys' Primary School, Albert Road, King William's Town||Dale College Boys' Primary School||Albert Road||King William's Town||EC||1286||The cornerstone of this imposing red brick building, designed by the well-known architect Sir Herbert Baker, was laid on 20 March 1907.  The building was officially opened on 26 February 1908 by Dr Thomas Muir, Superintendent-General of Education.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 489||9/2/050/0017||Old Railway station, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Old Railway station||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1314||This stone building was officailly opened as a raliway station on 1 May 1877. After the relocation it was acquired in 1933 by the De Vos Malan Primary School. The building is now used as School Board offices.  The old station is closely associated with th||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 489||9/2/050/0017||Old Railway station, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Old Railway station||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||EC||1314||This stone building was officailly opened as a raliway station on 1 May 1877. After the relocation it was acquired in 1933 by the De Vos Malan Primary School. The building is now used as School Board offices.  The old station is closely associated with th||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 490||9/2/050/0019||Sutton House, Queens Road, King William's Town||Sutton House||Queens Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1286||The corner-stone of Sutton House was laid on 6 September 1877 by the Governor of the Cape Colony, Sir Henry Bartle Frere. The builidng was officailly opened on 17 December 1878 and named after the Rev. J G Sutton, Headmaster of Dale College from 1890 to 1||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 490||9/2/050/0019||Sutton House, Queens Road, King William's Town||Sutton House||Queens Road||King William's Town||EC||1286||The corner-stone of Sutton House was laid on 6 September 1877 by the Governor of the Cape Colony, Sir Henry Bartle Frere. The builidng was officailly opened on 17 December 1878 and named after the Rev. J G Sutton, Headmaster of Dale College from 1890 to 1||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 491||9/2/050/0016||British Kaffrarian Savings Bank, MacLean Square, King William's Town||British Kaffrarian Savings Bank||Maclean Square||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1008||The British Kaffrarian Savings Bank building was erected in 1908.  It is an architecturally interesting building which portrays the architecture of the period 1900-1910.  It also lends character to Maclean Square on which it is situated.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 491||9/2/050/0016||British Kaffrarian Savings Bank, MacLean Square, King William's Town||British Kaffrarian Savings Bank||Maclean Square||King William's Town||EC||1008||The British Kaffrarian Savings Bank building was erected in 1908.  It is an architecturally interesting building which portrays the architecture of the period 1900-1910.  It also lends character to Maclean Square on which it is situated.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 492||9/2/033/0002-576||10 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 Parsonage Street||10 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1524, 1525||These Georgian buildings date from the first quarter of the nineteenth century and are excellent examples of the Karoo style of building.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 492||9/2/033/0002-576||10 Parsonage Street, Graaff-Reinet||10 Parsonage Street||10 Parsonage Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1524, 1525||These Georgian buildings date from the first quarter of the nineteenth century and are excellent examples of the Karoo style of building.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 493||9/2/050/0009||Sun Building, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Sun Building||128 Alexandra Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||893||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 493||9/2/050/0009||Sun Building, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Sun Building||128 Alexandra Road||King William's Town||EC||893||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 494||9/2/003/0083||10 Cross Street, Grahamstown||10 Cross Street||10 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||5254||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 494||9/2/003/0083||10 Cross Street, Grahamstown||10 Cross Street||10 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||5254||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 495||9/2/053/0004||Komga Public Library, 12 St Johns Street, Komga||Komga Public Library||12 St John Street||Komga||Eastern Cape||||This library building with its neo-Gothic features is one of the olest buildings in the town and was erected in 1892 to meet the needs of the inhabitants of the village that grew around the military base, which was established here in 1877.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 495||9/2/053/0004||Komga Public Library, 12 St Johns Street, Komga||Komga Public Library||12 St John Street||Komga||EC||||This library building with its neo-Gothic features is one of the olest buildings in the town and was erected in 1892 to meet the needs of the inhabitants of the village that grew around the military base, which was established here in 1877.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 496||9/2/003/0081||8 Cross Street, Grahamstown||8 Cross Street||8 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||6763||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 496||9/2/003/0081||8 Cross Street, Grahamstown||8 Cross Street||8 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||6763||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 497||9/2/061/0006/001||P W Vorster Museum, Grootfontein Agricultural College, Middelburg District||P W Vorster Museum||Middelburg District||Middelburg||Eastern Cape||81||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 497||9/2/061/0006/001||P W Vorster Museum, Grootfontein Agricultural College, Middelburg District||P W Vorster Museum||Middelburg District||Middelburg||EC||81||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 498||9/2/061/0008||Haystead and Ford, 7 Market Street, Middelburg||Haystead and Ford||7 Market Street||Middelburg||Eastern Cape||437||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 498||9/2/061/0008||Haystead and Ford, 7 Market Street, Middelburg||Haystead and Ford||7 Market Street||Middelburg||EC||437||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 499||9/2/062/0003||Magistrate's Court, Smith Street, Molteno||Magistrate's Court||Cnr Smith and Robinson Streets||Molteno||Eastern Cape||282||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 499||9/2/062/0003||Magistrate's Court, Smith Street, Molteno||Magistrate's Court||Cnr Smith and Robinson Streets||Molteno||EC||282||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 500||9/2/003/0045||Observatory Museum, 10 Bathurst Street, Grahamstown||Observatory Museum||10 Bathurst Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||7249 (previously 1640)||This building is unique in stucture and was used by Henry Carter Galpin, watchmaker and jeweller, as a home and business premises soon after his arrival in Grahamstown in 1849.  In 1880 Galpin installed a camera obscura in the turret of the building.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 500||9/2/003/0045||Observatory Museum, 10 Bathurst Street, Grahamstown||Observatory Museum||10 Bathurst Street||Grahamstown||EC||7249 (previously 1640)||This building is unique in stucture and was used by Henry Carter Galpin, watchmaker and jeweller, as a home and business premises soon after his arrival in Grahamstown in 1849.  In 1880 Galpin installed a camera obscura in the turret of the building.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 501||9/2/003/0046||The Retreat, 1 Prince Alfred Street, Grahamstown||The Retreat||1 Prince Alfred Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3188||This property was transferred to Piet Retief on 16 July 1821. It is presumed that he built the oldest portion of this building, although the remaining portion of the double-storeyed house dates from the eighteen-forties. Another prominent pioneer of the E||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 501||9/2/003/0046||The Retreat, 1 Prince Alfred Street, Grahamstown||The Retreat||1 Prince Alfred Street||Grahamstown||EC||3188||This property was transferred to Piet Retief on 16 July 1821. It is presumed that he built the oldest portion of this building, although the remaining portion of the double-storeyed house dates from the eighteen-forties. Another prominent pioneer of the E||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 502||9/2/003/0075||2 Cross Street, Grahamstown||2 Cross Street||2 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4054||This settler cottage was erected by the artisan John Oats during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to him by the Government. The cottage forms part of a unique historical and architectural complex which is closely associated with the British Settlers ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 502||9/2/003/0075||2 Cross Street, Grahamstown||2 Cross Street||2 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||4054||This settler cottage was erected by the artisan John Oats during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to him by the Government. The cottage forms part of a unique historical and architectural complex which is closely associated with the British Settlers ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 503||9/2/003/0077||4 Cross Street, Grahamstown||4 Cross Street||4 Cross Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||6764||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 503||9/2/003/0077||4 Cross Street, Grahamstown||4 Cross Street||4 Cross Street||Grahamstown||EC||6764||These Settler cottages were erected by artisans during the eighteen-twenties on land granted to them by the Government on the understanding that a house of burnt brick or stone be erected within 18 months. Most of the properties were, however, only transf||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 504||9/2/003/0038||Temlett House, 53 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||Temlett House||53 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||1692||This house is an outstanding example of an early Nineteenth Century Georgian dwelling in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 504||9/2/003/0038||Temlett House, 53 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||Temlett House||53 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||EC||1692||This house is an outstanding example of an early Nineteenth Century Georgian dwelling in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 505||9/2/050/0012||Magistrate's Court, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Magistrate's Court||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||||This building was first occupied in 1877 and accommodated various Government Departments.  The building has an imposing clock tower with a memorial clock, which was installed in memory of John Brownlee, first missionary and founder of King William's Town||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 505||9/2/050/0012||Magistrate's Court, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Magistrate's Court||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||EC||||This building was first occupied in 1877 and accommodated various Government Departments.  The building has an imposing clock tower with a memorial clock, which was installed in memory of John Brownlee, first missionary and founder of King William's Town||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 506||9/2/028/0006||Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort||Fort Beaufort Museum||44 Durban Street||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||254||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 506||9/2/028/0006||Fort Beaufort Museum, 44 Durban Street, Fort Beaufort||Fort Beaufort Museum||44 Durban Street||Fort Beaufort||EC||254||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 507||9/2/003/0067||Fort Brown, Albany District||Fort Brown||Fort Brown, Albany District||Fort Brown||Eastern Cape||||Important Eastern Forntier fortification.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 507||9/2/003/0067||Fort Brown, Albany District||Fort Brown||Fort Brown, Albany District||Fort Brown||EC||||Important Eastern Forntier fortification.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 508||9/2/003/0053||Trompetter's Drift Fort, Albany District||Trompetter's Drift Fort||Albany District||Albany||Eastern Cape||211||Trumpetter's Drift is the most intact of the large forts built on the Eastern Frontier during the 19th Century||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 508||9/2/003/0053||Trompetter's Drift Fort, Albany District||Trompetter's Drift Fort||Albany District||Albany||EC||211||Trumpetter's Drift is the most intact of the large forts built on the Eastern Frontier during the 19th Century||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 509||9/2/006/0012||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #1, Valk Street, Aliwal North||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Valk Street||Aliwal North||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 509||9/2/006/0012||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #1, Valk Street, Aliwal North||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Valk Street||Aliwal North||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 510||9/2/006/0011||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #2, off Barkly Street, Aliwal North||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||off Barkly Street||Aliwal North||Eastern Cape||1||This blockhouse, together with the second blockhouse on the southern side of Aliwal North, played an important strategic part during the Anglo-Boer War against the invading Republican commandos.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 510||9/2/006/0011||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #2, off Barkly Street, Aliwal North||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||off Barkly Street||Aliwal North||EC||1||This blockhouse, together with the second blockhouse on the southern side of Aliwal North, played an important strategic part during the Anglo-Boer War against the invading Republican commandos.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 511||9/2/502/0009||Fort Armstrong, Balfour, Mpofu District||Fort Armstrong||Balfour, Mpofu District||Mpofu||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 511||9/2/502/0009||Fort Armstrong, Balfour, Mpofu District||Fort Armstrong||Balfour, Mpofu District||Mpofu||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 512||9/2/009/0012||Old Powder Magazine, Bathurst||Old Powder Magazine||Bathurst||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||391||The historic powder magazine at Bathurst was erected in 1821 and carried, as regular stock, approximately 273 kilograms of gunpowder, 7 000 ball cartridges abd 60 rifles. It is an excellent example of British military architecture of the  early Nineteenth||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 512||9/2/009/0012||Old Powder Magazine, Bathurst||Old Powder Magazine||Bathurst||Bathurst||EC||391||The historic powder magazine at Bathurst was erected in 1821 and carried, as regular stock, approximately 273 kilograms of gunpowder, 7 000 ball cartridges abd 60 rifles. It is an excellent example of British military architecture of the  early Nineteenth||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 513||9/2/004/0010||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #1, Burgersdorp||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||96||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 513||9/2/004/0010||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse #1, Burgersdorp||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||||Burgersdorp||EC||96||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 514||9/2/003/0056||19 West Street, Grahamstown||19 West Street||19 West Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4459/4460||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 514||9/2/003/0056||19 West Street, Grahamstown||19 West Street||19 West Street||Grahamstown||EC||4459/4460||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 515||9/2/026/0010||Old Powder Magazine, Fort Glamorgan, East London||Old Powder Magazine||Fort Glamorgan, East London||East London||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 515||9/2/026/0010||Old Powder Magazine, Fort Glamorgan, East London||Old Powder Magazine||Fort Glamorgan, East London||East London||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 516||9/2/095/0006||Old Magistrate's Court, Caledon Street, Uitenhage||Old Magistrate's Court||Caledon Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 516||9/2/095/0006||Old Magistrate's Court, Caledon Street, Uitenhage||Old Magistrate's Court||Caledon Street||Uitenhage||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 517||9/2/028/0012||Martello Tower, 20 Bell Street, Fort Beaufort||Martello Tower||20 Bell Street||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||651||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 517||9/2/028/0012||Martello Tower, 20 Bell Street, Fort Beaufort||Martello Tower||20 Bell Street||Fort Beaufort||EC||651||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 518||9/2/028/0011||Military Museum, 20 Bell Street, Fort Beaufort||Military Museum||20 Bell Street||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||651||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 518||9/2/028/0011||Military Museum, 20 Bell Street, Fort Beaufort||Military Museum||20 Bell Street||Fort Beaufort||EC||651||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 519||9/2/028/0004||Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District||Post Retief||Fort Beaufort District||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||58||Post Retief was designed by Major C Selwyn and built in 1836 to protect the Winterberg District. The farm on which the fort is situated originally belonged to the Voortrekker leader Piet Retief and sections of the old walls of the Retief home are included||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 519||9/2/028/0004||Post Retief, Fort Beaufort District||Post Retief||Fort Beaufort District||Fort Beaufort||EC||58||Post Retief was designed by Major C Selwyn and built in 1836 to protect the Winterberg District. The farm on which the fort is situated originally belonged to the Voortrekker leader Piet Retief and sections of the old walls of the Retief home are included||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 520||9/2/003/0019||Old Military Hospital, Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Old Military Hospital||Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3227||Cape Parliament sat in this building in 1864.  Earlier a military hospital from 1830s.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 520||9/2/003/0019||Old Military Hospital, Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Old Military Hospital||Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||3227||Cape Parliament sat in this building in 1864.  Earlier a military hospital from 1830s.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 521||9/2/003/0061||Old Provost, Lucas Avenue, Grahamstown||Old Provost||Lucas Avenue||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 521||9/2/003/0061||Old Provost, Lucas Avenue, Grahamstown||Old Provost||Lucas Avenue||Grahamstown||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 522||9/2/003/0068||Fort Selwyn, Grahamstown||Fort Selwyn||Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||||An important fort which played a pivotal role in the defence of the Eastern Frontier.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 522||9/2/003/0068||Fort Selwyn, Grahamstown||Fort Selwyn||Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||||An important fort which played a pivotal role in the defence of the Eastern Frontier.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 523||9/2/033/0002-554||Old Powder Magazine, Graaff-Reinet||Old Powder Magazine||Graaff-Reinet||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 523||9/2/033/0002-554||Old Powder Magazine, Graaff-Reinet||Old Powder Magazine||Graaff-Reinet||Graaff-Reinet||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 524||9/2/020/0018/001||Settler fortification, Hilton, Cathcart District||Settler fortification||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 524||9/2/020/0018/001||Settler fortification, Hilton, Cathcart District||Settler fortification||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 525||9/2/073/0028||City Hall, Market Square, Port Elizabeth||City Hall||Market Square||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1793||This impressive City Hall was completed in about 1862, although the clock tower was added later. The neo-Classical style of this building impressed numerous travellers and writers in the 19th Century and is today still regarded as one of the most imposing||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 525||9/2/073/0028||City Hall, Market Square, Port Elizabeth||City Hall||Market Square||Port Elizabeth||EC||1793||This impressive City Hall was completed in about 1862, although the clock tower was added later. The neo-Classical style of this building impressed numerous travellers and writers in the 19th Century and is today still regarded as one of the most imposing||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 526||9/2/003/0013||56 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||56 Beaufort Street||56 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3502||This house is the only known example in South Africa of the European-Chinese architectural style of the 18th and 19th Centuries.  It is a double-storeyed house with two  projecting pavilions with bow-fronted ends.  The pagoda roofs and hand-rail on the ve||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 526||9/2/003/0013||56 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||56 Beaufort Street||56 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||EC||3502||This house is the only known example in South Africa of the European-Chinese architectural style of the 18th and 19th Centuries.  It is a double-storeyed house with two  projecting pavilions with bow-fronted ends.  The pagoda roofs and hand-rail on the ve||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 527||9/2/003/0023||58 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||58 Beaufort Street||58 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3503||This house is a typical example of a British Settler house with the side gables and the double-storey style. The house dates back to the period shortly after the founding of Grahamstown.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 527||9/2/003/0023||58 Beaufort Street, Grahamstown||58 Beaufort Street||58 Beaufort Street||Grahamstown||EC||3503||This house is a typical example of a British Settler house with the side gables and the double-storey style. The house dates back to the period shortly after the founding of Grahamstown.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 528||9/2/033/0002-575||Reinet House, Murray Street, Graaff-Reinet||Reinet House||Murray Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||3391||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 528||9/2/033/0002-575||Reinet House, Murray Street, Graaff-Reinet||Reinet House||Murray Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||3391||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 529||9/2/024/0009||Olive Schreiner Sarcophagus, Buffelskop, Cradock District||Olive Schreiner Sarcophagus||Buffelskop, Cradock District||Cradock||Eastern Cape||479||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 529||9/2/024/0009||Olive Schreiner Sarcophagus, Buffelskop, Cradock District||Olive Schreiner Sarcophagus||Buffelskop, Cradock District||Cradock||EC||479||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 530||9/2/073/0031||Pearson Conservatory, St George's Park, Port Elizabeth||Pearson Conservatory||St. George's Park||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3182||This impressive conservatory with its Victorian characteristics was designed and erected by Boyd and Son of Paisley, Scotland, dismantled into sections and transported to Port Elizabeth where it was re-erected under the supervision of Mr Frazer of Boyds. ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 530||9/2/073/0031||Pearson Conservatory, St George's Park, Port Elizabeth||Pearson Conservatory||St. George's Park||Port Elizabeth||EC||3182||This impressive conservatory with its Victorian characteristics was designed and erected by Boyd and Son of Paisley, Scotland, dismantled into sections and transported to Port Elizabeth where it was re-erected under the supervision of Mr Frazer of Boyds. ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 531||9/2/073/0046||Prince Alfred's Guard Drill Hall, Prospect Hill, Port Elizabeth||Prince Alfred's Guard Drill Hall||Prospect Hill||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3967, 3968||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 531||9/2/073/0046||Prince Alfred's Guard Drill Hall, Prospect Hill, Port Elizabeth||Prince Alfred's Guard Drill Hall||Prospect Hill||Port Elizabeth||EC||3967, 3968||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 532||9/2/073/0040||Old Erica Girls' School, Richmond Hill, Port Elizabeth||Old Erica Girls' School||Richmond Hill||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||527||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 532||9/2/073/0040||Old Erica Girls' School, Richmond Hill, Port Elizabeth||Old Erica Girls' School||Richmond Hill||Port Elizabeth||EC||527||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 533||9/2/095/0005||Muir College Boys' Primary School, Park Avenue, Uitenhage||Muir College Boys' Primary School||Park Avenue||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||5455, 5459||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 533||9/2/095/0005||Muir College Boys' Primary School, Park Avenue, Uitenhage||Muir College Boys' Primary School||Park Avenue||Uitenhage||EC||5455, 5459||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 534||9/2/073/0027||Library, Main Street, Port Elizabeth||Library||Main Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||4318||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 534||9/2/073/0027||Library, Main Street, Port Elizabeth||Library||Main Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||4318||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 535||9/2/095/0012||Town Hall, 25 Market Street, Uitenhage||Town Hall||25 Market Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||2214||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 535||9/2/095/0012||Town Hall, 25 Market Street, Uitenhage||Town Hall||25 Market Street||Uitenhage||EC||2214||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 536||9/2/073/0021||Old Grey Institute, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth||Old Grey Institute||Belmont Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2580||The establishment of the Grey Institute is closely  associated with the introduction of organised education in the Cape Province under the administration of Sir George Grey. The buildings of the Grey Institute are in the neo-Gothic style and form an essen||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 536||9/2/073/0021||Old Grey Institute, Belmont Terrace, Port Elizabeth||Old Grey Institute||Belmont Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||2580||The establishment of the Grey Institute is closely  associated with the introduction of organised education in the Cape Province under the administration of Sir George Grey. The buildings of the Grey Institute are in the neo-Gothic style and form an essen||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 537||9/2/073/0023||Old Harbour Board Building, Fleming Street, Port Elizabeth||Old Harbour Board Building||Fleming Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||1762||This building is proclaimed on account of its outstanding architecture, it was built in 1904, and is an excellent example of the so-called Art Nouveau in architecture.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 537||9/2/073/0023||Old Harbour Board Building, Fleming Street, Port Elizabeth||Old Harbour Board Building||Fleming Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||1762||This building is proclaimed on account of its outstanding architecture, it was built in 1904, and is an excellent example of the so-called Art Nouveau in architecture.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 538||9/2/077/0008||Museum, Naude Street, Queenstown||Museum||Naude Street||Queenstown||Eastern Cape||4412||This building was originally erected in 1868 as a primary school. It is an outstanding example of a Victorian school building and is closely associated with the history of Queenstown.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 538||9/2/077/0008||Museum, Naude Street, Queenstown||Museum||Naude Street||Queenstown||EC||4412||This building was originally erected in 1868 as a primary school. It is an outstanding example of a Victorian school building and is closely associated with the history of Queenstown.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 539||9/2/077/0009||Queens College, Berry Street, Queenstown||Queens College||Berry Street||Queenstown||Eastern Cape||||The original portion of the Queen's College building complex was designed in 1897 and the cornerstone of the main entrance building was laid on 15 September 1897. The school was extended in 1914 and again in 1919 and 1920.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 539||9/2/077/0009||Queens College, Berry Street, Queenstown||Queens College||Berry Street||Queenstown||EC||||The original portion of the Queen's College building complex was designed in 1897 and the cornerstone of the main entrance building was laid on 15 September 1897. The school was extended in 1914 and again in 1919 and 1920.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 540||9/2/077/0005||Town Hall, Cathcart Road, Queenstown||Town Hall||Cathcart Road||Queenstown||Eastern Cape||1198||This sandstone building was designed by the architect Sidney Stent and erected by the builders Male and Kirton. The cornerstone was laid on 24 May 1882 by the wife of Mayor D S Barrable.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 540||9/2/077/0005||Town Hall, Cathcart Road, Queenstown||Town Hall||Cathcart Road||Queenstown||EC||1198||This sandstone building was designed by the architect Sidney Stent and erected by the builders Male and Kirton. The cornerstone was laid on 24 May 1882 by the wife of Mayor D S Barrable.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 541||9/2/077/0004||Old Municipal Market, 5 Hexagon, Queenstown||Old Municipal Market||5 Hexagon||Queenstown||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 541||9/2/077/0004||Old Municipal Market, 5 Hexagon, Queenstown||Old Municipal Market||5 Hexagon||Queenstown||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 542||9/2/082/0014||Old Bellevue Seminary, 72 Paulet Street, Somerset East||Old Bellevue Seminary||72 Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||11, 12, 13, 14||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 542||9/2/082/0014||Old Bellevue Seminary, 72 Paulet Street, Somerset East||Old Bellevue Seminary||72 Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||11, 12, 13, 14||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 543||9/2/050/0014/002||Natural History Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Albert Road, King William's Town||Natural History Wing, Kaffrarian Museum||Albert Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||3363||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 543||9/2/050/0014/002||Natural History Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Albert Road, King William's Town||Natural History Wing, Kaffrarian Museum||Albert Road||King William's Town||EC||3363||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 544||9/2/073/0041||Campanile, Strand Street, Port Elizabeth||Campanile||Strand Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||4457||Modelled on a Venetian campanile, this tower was built to commemorate the arrival of the 1820 Settlers.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 544||9/2/073/0041||Campanile, Strand Street, Port Elizabeth||Campanile||Strand Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||4457||Modelled on a Venetian campanile, this tower was built to commemorate the arrival of the 1820 Settlers.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 545||9/2/095/0014||Blenheim House, 4 Baird Street, Uitenhage||Blenheim House||4 Bain Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||2722||This imposing dwelling-house with its Cape-Dutch features was originally erected in 1815 as a single-storey building. In 1903 an upper storey and a wood-decorated verandah were added.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 545||9/2/095/0014||Blenheim House, 4 Baird Street, Uitenhage||Blenheim House||4 Bain Street||Uitenhage||EC||2722||This imposing dwelling-house with its Cape-Dutch features was originally erected in 1815 as a single-storey building. In 1903 an upper storey and a wood-decorated verandah were added.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 546||9/2/082/0012||107 Paulet Street, Somerset East||107 Paulet Street||107 Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||105||The core of this dwelling-house, which is predominantly in the Georgian style, presumably formed part of the original homestead of the old experimental farm of Lord Charles Somerset that was subdivided in 1825 and that formed the basis of present Somerset||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 546||9/2/082/0012||107 Paulet Street, Somerset East||107 Paulet Street||107 Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||105||The core of this dwelling-house, which is predominantly in the Georgian style, presumably formed part of the original homestead of the old experimental farm of Lord Charles Somerset that was subdivided in 1825 and that formed the basis of present Somerset||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 547||9/2/082/0008||154 Nojoli  Street, Somerset East||154 Charles Street||154 Nojoli Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||439||This property, which was granted to J van Dyk on 1 September 1825, was one of the first lots to be allocated immediately after the founding of Somerset East on the old experimental farm of Lord Charles Somerset in 1825. The buildings thereon date from the||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 547||9/2/082/0008||154 Nojoli  Street, Somerset East||154 Charles Street||154 Nojoli Street||Somerset East||EC||439||This property, which was granted to J van Dyk on 1 September 1825, was one of the first lots to be allocated immediately after the founding of Somerset East on the old experimental farm of Lord Charles Somerset in 1825. The buildings thereon date from the||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 548||9/2/086/0003||Bulhoek, Steynsburg District||Bulhoek||Steynsburg District||Steynsburg||Eastern Cape||78||This pioneer house is one of the best existing examples of a typical trekboer house and dates from 1817. Elsie Steyn, President Kruger's mother grew up on this farm.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 548||9/2/086/0003||Bulhoek, Steynsburg District||Bulhoek||Steynsburg District||Steynsburg||EC||78||This pioneer house is one of the best existing examples of a typical trekboer house and dates from 1817. Elsie Steyn, President Kruger's mother grew up on this farm.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 549||9/2/095/0017||Cuyler Manor, Uitenhage District||Cuyler Manor||Uitenhage District||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||||This predominantly Cape Dutch homestead was erected in 1814 by Colonel Jacob Glen Cuyler, Landdrost of Uitenhage. Colonel Cuyler was closely associated with the settlement of the British Settlers of 1820.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 549||9/2/095/0017||Cuyler Manor, Uitenhage District||Cuyler Manor||Uitenhage District||Uitenhage||EC||||This predominantly Cape Dutch homestead was erected in 1814 by Colonel Jacob Glen Cuyler, Landdrost of Uitenhage. Colonel Cuyler was closely associated with the settlement of the British Settlers of 1820.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 550||9/2/095/0016||21 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage||21 Cuyler Street||21 Cuyler Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||2874||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 550||9/2/095/0016||21 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage||21 Cuyler Street||21 Cuyler Street||Uitenhage||EC||2874||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 551||9/2/095/0007||Scheepers House, 11/13 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage||Scheepers House||11/13 Cuyler Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||19069||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 551||9/2/095/0007||Scheepers House, 11/13 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage||Scheepers House||11/13 Cuyler Street||Uitenhage||EC||19069||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 552||9/2/095/0024||Farmstead, Totteridge Park, near Perseverance, Uitenhage District||Farmstead||||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 552||9/2/095/0024||Farmstead, Totteridge Park, near Perseverance, Uitenhage District||Farmstead||||Uitenhage||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 553||9/2/020/0015||Standard Bank, Main Street, Cathcart||Standard Bank||Main Street||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||265||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 553||9/2/020/0015||Standard Bank, Main Street, Cathcart||Standard Bank||Main Street||Cathcart||EC||265||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 554||9/2/095/0015||23 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage||23 Cuyler Street||23 Cuyler Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||2873||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 554||9/2/095/0015||23 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage||23 Cuyler Street||23 Cuyler Street||Uitenhage||EC||2873||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 555||9/2/082/0009||60 Paulet Street, Somerset East||60 Paulet Street||60 Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||22||These three properties, granted to Jan Jonathan Durandt, William MacDonald Mackay and Robert Robinson, respectively, were three of the first lots to be allocated immediately after the founding of Somerset East on the old experimental farm of Lord Charles ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 555||9/2/082/0009||60 Paulet Street, Somerset East||60 Paulet Street||60 Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||22||These three properties, granted to Jan Jonathan Durandt, William MacDonald Mackay and Robert Robinson, respectively, were three of the first lots to be allocated immediately after the founding of Somerset East on the old experimental farm of Lord Charles ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 556||9/2/001/0003||Post Office and Magistrate's Court, Grey Street, Aberdeen||Post Office and Magistrate's Court||Grey Street||Aberdeen||Eastern Cape||1180||Naude's nek is the highest mountain pass in the country and possibly the continet, that is negotiable by ordinay vehicles.  Sani pass, whose highest point is in Lesotho, is negotiable only by specialise off road vehicles.  Naude's nek is a testimonial to ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 556||9/2/001/0003||Post Office and Magistrate's Court, Grey Street, Aberdeen||Post Office and Magistrate's Court||Grey Street||Aberdeen||EC||1180||Naude's nek is the highest mountain pass in the country and possibly the continet, that is negotiable by ordinay vehicles.  Sani pass, whose highest point is in Lesotho, is negotiable only by specialise off road vehicles.  Naude's nek is a testimonial to ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 557||9/2/002/0004||Our Heritage Museum, Queen Street, Adelaide||Our Heritage Museum||29 Queen Street||Adelaide||Eastern Cape||303||This parsonage was erected in about 1860 for the Rev G W Stegman.  The double-storeyed building is predominantly in the Georgian style and has large adjacent outbuildings dating from the same period.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 557||9/2/002/0004||Our Heritage Museum, Queen Street, Adelaide||Our Heritage Museum||29 Queen Street||Adelaide||EC||303||This parsonage was erected in about 1860 for the Rev G W Stegman.  The double-storeyed building is predominantly in the Georgian style and has large adjacent outbuildings dating from the same period.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 558||9/2/007/0007||Old Primary School building, Visser Street, Rhodes||Old Primary School building||Visser Street||Rhodes||Eastern Cape||285 and 286||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 558||9/2/007/0007||Old Primary School building, Visser Street, Rhodes||Old Primary School building||Visser Street||Rhodes||EC||285 and 286||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 559||9/2/009/0010||Pig and Whistle Hotel, Kowie Road, Bathurst||Pig and Whistle Hotel||Kowie Road||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||268||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 559||9/2/009/0010||Pig and Whistle Hotel, Kowie Road, Bathurst||Pig and Whistle Hotel||Kowie Road||Bathurst||EC||268||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 560||9/2/004/0005||Old Gaol, Van der Walt Street, Burgersdorp||Old Gaol||Van der Walt Street||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||102||This gaol was completed in 1861 and played an important role during the Anglo-Boer War and the Rebellion of 1914.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 560||9/2/004/0005||Old Gaol, Van der Walt Street, Burgersdorp||Old Gaol||Van der Walt Street||Burgersdorp||EC||102||This gaol was completed in 1861 and played an important role during the Anglo-Boer War and the Rebellion of 1914.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 561||9/2/020/0003-003||School, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District||School||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 561||9/2/020/0003-003||School, Hilton Methodist Church complex, Hilton, Cathcart District||School||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 562||9/2/050/0014/001||Daines Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Daines Wing, Kaffrarian Museum||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||3363||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 562||9/2/050/0014/001||Daines Wing, Kaffrarian Museum, Alexandra Road, King William's Town||Daines Wing, Kaffrarian Museum||Alexandra Road||King William's Town||EC||3363||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 563||9/2/095/0008||34 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage||34 Cuyler Street||34 Cuyler Street||Uitenhage||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 563||9/2/095/0008||34 Cuyler Street, Uitenhage||34 Cuyler Street||34 Cuyler Street||Uitenhage||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 564||9/2/026/0003||Gately House, 1 Park Gates Road, East London||Gately House||1 Park Gates Road||East London||Eastern Cape||14962||This house was completed in 1878 and belonged to John Gately, a well-known local dealer and a member of the Municipality of East London. The building which is at present a museum, contains a unique collection of Victorian furniture which belonged to Gatel||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 564||9/2/026/0003||Gately House, 1 Park Gates Road, East London||Gately House||1 Park Gates Road||East London||EC||14962||This house was completed in 1878 and belonged to John Gately, a well-known local dealer and a member of the Municipality of East London. The building which is at present a museum, contains a unique collection of Victorian furniture which belonged to Gatel||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 565||9/2/073/0003||49 Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth||49 Havelock Street||49 Havelock Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||2702||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 565||9/2/073/0003||49 Havelock Street, Port Elizabeth||49 Havelock Street||49 Havelock Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||2702||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 566||9/2/004/0004||De Bruin House, 66 Van der Walt Street, Burgersdorp||De Bruin House||66 Van der Walt Street||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||183||This house in the typical Karoo style was erected shortly after the founding of Burgersdorp. It was originally the town house of the De Bruins of Witkop.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 566||9/2/004/0004||De Bruin House, 66 Van der Walt Street, Burgersdorp||De Bruin House||66 Van der Walt Street||Burgersdorp||EC||183||This house in the typical Karoo style was erected shortly after the founding of Burgersdorp. It was originally the town house of the De Bruins of Witkop.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 567||9/2/004/0007||Coetzee House, 51 Piet Retief Street, Burgersdorp||Coetzee House||51 Piet Retief Street||Burgersdorp||Eastern Cape||186||This cottage in the typical Karoo style was erected shortly after the founding of Burgersdorp. It was originally the town house of the Coetzees of the farm Swartfontein.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 567||9/2/004/0007||Coetzee House, 51 Piet Retief Street, Burgersdorp||Coetzee House||51 Piet Retief Street||Burgersdorp||EC||186||This cottage in the typical Karoo style was erected shortly after the founding of Burgersdorp. It was originally the town house of the Coetzees of the farm Swartfontein.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 568||9/2/020/0018/002||Settler cottage, Hilton, Cathcart District||Settler cottage||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 568||9/2/020/0018/002||Settler cottage, Hilton, Cathcart District||Settler cottage||Hilton, Cathcart District||Cathcart||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 569||9/2/020/0017||Kenya Corner Cottages, Cathcart||Kenya Corner Cottages||Kenya Corner||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||474||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 569||9/2/020/0017||Kenya Corner Cottages, Cathcart||Kenya Corner Cottages||Kenya Corner||Cathcart||EC||474||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 570||9/2/024/0013||38 Bree Street, Cradock||Klein Plasie||38 Bree Street||Cradock||Eastern Cape||2300, 2303||This Cape Dutch house with its simple concavo-convex front gable dates from the eighteen thirties.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 570||9/2/024/0013||38 Bree Street, Cradock||Klein Plasie||38 Bree Street||Cradock||EC||2300, 2303||This Cape Dutch house with its simple concavo-convex front gable dates from the eighteen thirties.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 571||9/2/024/0014||38 Stockenstroom Street, Cradock||38 Stockenstroom Street||38 Stockenstroom Street||Cradock||Eastern Cape||758||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 571||9/2/024/0014||38 Stockenstroom Street, Cradock||38 Stockenstroom Street||38 Stockenstroom Street||Cradock||EC||758||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 572||9/2/082/0011||49 Paulet Street, Somerset East||49 Paulet Street||49 Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||55||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 572||9/2/082/0011||49 Paulet Street, Somerset East||49 Paulet Street||49 Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||55||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 573||9/2/024/0015||Olive Schreiner House, 9 Cross Street, Cradock||Olive Schreiner House||9 Cross Street||Cradock||Eastern Cape||3654||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 573||9/2/024/0015||Olive Schreiner House, 9 Cross Street, Cradock||Olive Schreiner House||9 Cross Street||Cradock||EC||3654||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 574||9/2/082/0010||62 Paulet Street, Somerset East||62 Paulet Street||62 Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||21||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 574||9/2/082/0010||62 Paulet Street, Somerset East||62 Paulet Street||62 Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||21||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 575||9/2/073/0016/006||11 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||11 Cora Terrace||11 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3920||These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 575||9/2/073/0016/006||11 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||11 Cora Terrace||11 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3920||These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 576||9/2/073/0016/004||7 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||7 Cora Terrace||7 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3921||These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 576||9/2/073/0016/004||7 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||7 Cora Terrace||7 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3921||These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 577||9/2/073/0016/002||3 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||3 Cora Terrace||3 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3923||These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 577||9/2/073/0016/002||3 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||3 Cora Terrace||3 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3923||These houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 578||9/2/073/0016/001||1 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||1 Cora Terrace||1 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3918||The houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 578||9/2/073/0016/001||1 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||1 Cora Terrace||1 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3918||The houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 579||9/2/073/0016/007||13 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||13 Cora Terrace||13 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3925||The houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 579||9/2/073/0016/007||13 Cora Terrace, Port Elizabeth||13 Cora Terrace||13 Cora Terrace||Port Elizabeth||EC||3925||The houses in Cora Terrace are outstanding examples of Victorian architecture and contribute to the traditional aspect of this particular portion of Port Elizabeth.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 580||9/2/073/0026||12 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth||12 Castle Hill||12 Castle Hill||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3818||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 580||9/2/073/0026||12 Castle Hill, Port Elizabeth||12 Castle Hill||12 Castle Hill||Port Elizabeth||EC||3818||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 581||9/2/003/0096||Corbelled huts, Glenfield, Albany District||Corbelled huts||Glenfield, Albany District||Glenfield||Eastern Cape||549||The origins of these structures are uncertain.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 581||9/2/003/0096||Corbelled huts, Glenfield, Albany District||Corbelled huts||Glenfield, Albany District||Glenfield||EC||549||The origins of these structures are uncertain.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 582||9/2/020/0013||Town Hall, Main Street, Cathcart||Town Hall||Main Street||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||474||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 582||9/2/020/0013||Town Hall, Main Street, Cathcart||Town Hall||Main Street||Cathcart||EC||474||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 583||9/2/024/0010||Doornhoek homestead, Mountain Zebra National Park, Cradock District||Doornhoek homestead||Mountain Zebra National Park, Cradock District||Cradock||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 583||9/2/024/0010||Doornhoek homestead, Mountain Zebra National Park, Cradock District||Doornhoek homestead||Mountain Zebra National Park, Cradock District||Cradock||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 584||9/2/033/0013||Gaol, Middle Street, Graaff-Reinet||Gaol||Middle Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1621||This historic gaol was built between 1859 and 1861. During the Anglo-Boer War various rebels and Boer soldiers, including Commandant Gideon Scheepers and General Kritzinger, were held here.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 584||9/2/033/0013||Gaol, Middle Street, Graaff-Reinet||Gaol||Middle Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1621||This historic gaol was built between 1859 and 1861. During the Anglo-Boer War various rebels and Boer soldiers, including Commandant Gideon Scheepers and General Kritzinger, were held here.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 585||9/2/003/0021||Drostdy Lodge, Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Drostdy Lodge||Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3205/3206||Early military building comprising part of the Grahamstown Drostdy complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 585||9/2/003/0021||Drostdy Lodge, Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Drostdy Lodge||Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||3205/3206||Early military building comprising part of the Grahamstown Drostdy complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 586||9/2/003/0020||Drostdy Barracks, Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Drostdy Barracks||Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3227||Early military building comprising part of the Grahamstown Drostdy complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 586||9/2/003/0020||Drostdy Barracks, Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Drostdy Barracks||Rhodes University, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||3227||Early military building comprising part of the Grahamstown Drostdy complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 587||9/2/003/0063||Old Gaol, High Street, Grahamstown||Old Gaol||High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3607||The erection of the old gaol was commenced in 1813, shortly after the founding of Grahamstown (1812).  In 1814 one of  the walls of the gaol served as a line for the surveying of the main street, and thus also as the basis for the layout of the whole town||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 587||9/2/003/0063||Old Gaol, High Street, Grahamstown||Old Gaol||High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3607||The erection of the old gaol was commenced in 1813, shortly after the founding of Grahamstown (1812).  In 1814 one of  the walls of the gaol served as a line for the surveying of the main street, and thus also as the basis for the layout of the whole town||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 588||9/2/003/0007||Huntley Street School, Huntley Street, Grahamstown||Huntley Street School||Huntley Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3577||This building was opened in 1849 as the school of St. George's Church and from then onwards played an important part in education. The first classes of St. Andrews College were held in it.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 588||9/2/003/0007||Huntley Street School, Huntley Street, Grahamstown||Huntley Street School||Huntley Street||Grahamstown||EC||3577||This building was opened in 1849 as the school of St. George's Church and from then onwards played an important part in education. The first classes of St. Andrews College were held in it.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 589||9/2/003/0015||Hayton's Building, 94 High Street, Grahamstown||Hayton's Building||94 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3694||This building is an excellent example of an early three-storeyed building built in two sections to a  symmetrical plan. The first section dates from 1860-62 and  the latter section from the late 1860s. The facade of this building is of outstanding archite||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 589||9/2/003/0015||Hayton's Building, 94 High Street, Grahamstown||Hayton's Building||94 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3694||This building is an excellent example of an early three-storeyed building built in two sections to a  symmetrical plan. The first section dates from 1860-62 and  the latter section from the late 1860s. The facade of this building is of outstanding archite||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 590||9/2/003/0025-001||Old Wesleyan Chapel, Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown||Old Wesleyan Chapel||Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4745||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 590||9/2/003/0025-001||Old Wesleyan Chapel, Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown||Old Wesleyan Chapel||Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||4745||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 591||9/2/003/0025-002||Old School Hall, Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown||Old School Hall||Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||4745||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 591||9/2/003/0025-002||Old School Hall, Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown||Old School Hall||Fort England Hospital, Grahamstown||Grahamstown||EC||4745||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 592||9/2/020/0012||Van Coller Museum, Main Street, Cathcart||Van Coller Museum||Main Street||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||199||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 592||9/2/020/0012||Van Coller Museum, Main Street, Cathcart||Van Coller Museum||Main Street||Cathcart||EC||199||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 593||9/2/003/0065||City Hall, 57/59 High Street, Grahamstown||City Hall||57/59 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||1919||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 593||9/2/003/0065||City Hall, 57/59 High Street, Grahamstown||City Hall||57/59 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||1919||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 594||9/2/033/0001-004||Nooitgedacht, Graaff-Reinet District||Nooitgedacht||Nooitgedacht, Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 594||9/2/033/0001-004||Nooitgedacht, Graaff-Reinet District||Nooitgedacht||Nooitgedacht, Graaff-Reinet District||Graaff-Reinet||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 595||9/2/033/0002-577||Graaff-Reinet Pharmacy, 24 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Graaff-Reinet Pharmacy||24 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1372||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 595||9/2/033/0002-577||Graaff-Reinet Pharmacy, 24 Caledon Street, Graaff-Reinet||Graaff-Reinet Pharmacy||24 Caledon Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1372||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 596||9/2/033/0023||Town Hall, Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||Town Hall||Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1311||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 596||9/2/033/0023||Town Hall, Church Square, Graaff-Reinet||Town Hall||Church Square||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1311||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 597||9/2/033/0034||Reinet Museum, 18 Church Street (Corner of Church Street and Somerset Street), Graaff-Reinet||Reinet Museum||18 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||Eastern Cape||1502, 1503 & 1504||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 597||9/2/033/0034||Reinet Museum, 18 Church Street (Corner of Church Street and Somerset Street), Graaff-Reinet||Reinet Museum||18 Church Street||Graaff-Reinet||EC||1502, 1503 & 1504||These buildings, with their Georgian Karoo style and Victorian features, which date mainly from the nineteenth century, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of Graaff-Reinet, which was founded in 1785.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 598||9/2/041/0003||Magistrate's Court and Post Office, Hofmeyr||Magistrate's Court and Post Office||Hofmeyr||Hofmeyr||Eastern Cape||156, 157||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 598||9/2/041/0003||Magistrate's Court and Post Office, Hofmeyr||Magistrate's Court and Post Office||Hofmeyr||Hofmeyr||EC||156, 157||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 599||9/2/044/0004||Seal Point Lighthouse, Cape St Francis, Humansdorp District||Seal Point Lighthouse||Seal Point, Cape St. Francis, Humansdorp District||||Eastern Cape||||The Cape St. Francis Lighthouse is an 80 feet high cylindrical masonry structure which stands on a rock foundation. It is one of the highest lighthouses in South Africa and was commenced in 1878. The tower, together with the two lighthouse keepers' houses||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 599||9/2/044/0004||Seal Point Lighthouse, Cape St Francis, Humansdorp District||Seal Point Lighthouse||Seal Point, Cape St. Francis, Humansdorp District||||EC||||The Cape St. Francis Lighthouse is an 80 feet high cylindrical masonry structure which stands on a rock foundation. It is one of the highest lighthouses in South Africa and was commenced in 1878. The tower, together with the two lighthouse keepers' houses||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 600||9/2/050/0026||Grey Hospital, King William's Town||Grey Hospital||||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||1310||The Grey Hospital was erected between 1856 and 1859 at the  instance of Sir George Grey and intended mainly for the Bantu population of the former British Kaffraria. The hospital was designed by Edward Pilkington and opened on 11 June 1859. Architecturall||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 600||9/2/050/0026||Grey Hospital, King William's Town||Grey Hospital||||King William's Town||EC||1310||The Grey Hospital was erected between 1856 and 1859 at the  instance of Sir George Grey and intended mainly for the Bantu population of the former British Kaffraria. The hospital was designed by Edward Pilkington and opened on 11 June 1859. Architecturall||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 601||9/2/050/0025||Town Hall, MacLean Street, King William's Town||Town Hall||MacLean Street||King William's Town||Eastern Cape||800||The foundation stone of this imposing town hall was laid in 1866. This stone building was officially opened on 4 December 1867 and during the Ninth Frontier War (1877-1878) it was used as a waiting room for the Civil Defence Force. Shortly after the Anglo||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 601||9/2/050/0025||Town Hall, MacLean Street, King William's Town||Town Hall||MacLean Street||King William's Town||EC||800||The foundation stone of this imposing town hall was laid in 1866. This stone building was officially opened on 4 December 1867 and during the Ninth Frontier War (1877-1878) it was used as a waiting room for the Civil Defence Force. Shortly after the Anglo||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 602||9/2/003/0006||Old Gaol, 40A Somerset Street, Grahamstown||Old Gaol||40A Somerset Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||6721||The Construction of this gaol commenced on 16 April 1813.  In April 1822 the Magistrate of Albany reported that the gaol was to small and was offensive in that a residential area adjoined it.  It was in 1824 whereafter it became a school and later a libra||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 602||9/2/003/0006||Old Gaol, 40A Somerset Street, Grahamstown||Old Gaol||40A Somerset Street||Grahamstown||EC||6721||The Construction of this gaol commenced on 16 April 1813.  In April 1822 the Magistrate of Albany reported that the gaol was to small and was offensive in that a residential area adjoined it.  It was in 1824 whereafter it became a school and later a libra||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 603||9/2/026/0005||City Hall, Oxford Street, East London||City Hall||Oxford Street||East London||Eastern Cape||15274||These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 603||9/2/026/0005||City Hall, Oxford Street, East London||City Hall||Oxford Street||East London||EC||15274||These three buildings, with their Victorian, neo-classical and Renaissance features, form an integral part of the historical and architectural core of East London. Moreover, each of these buildings can, in its own right, be described as unique.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 604||9/2/082/0005||Somerset East Museum, Somerset East||Somerset East Museum||||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||5||This double-storey Georgian building was erected about 1820 as the headquarters of the Somerset Experimental Farm. From 1825 to 1829 it was used as the Drostdy, after which it was transferred to the Wesleyan Church. From 1834 to 1944 the property belonged||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 604||9/2/082/0005||Somerset East Museum, Somerset East||Somerset East Museum||||Somerset East||EC||5||This double-storey Georgian building was erected about 1820 as the headquarters of the Somerset Experimental Farm. From 1825 to 1829 it was used as the Drostdy, after which it was transferred to the Wesleyan Church. From 1834 to 1944 the property belonged||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 605||9/2/082/0006||Dutch Reformed Church, Charles Street, Somerset East||Dutch Reformed Church||Charles Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||570||The enlargement of this church, the original portions of which date from the Eighteen-thirties, was planned by Carl Otto Hager. He also supervised the building activities for 18 months. The rebuilt church is predominantly neo-Gothic in style and was conse||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 605||9/2/082/0006||Dutch Reformed Church, Charles Street, Somerset East||Dutch Reformed Church||Charles Street||Somerset East||EC||570||The enlargement of this church, the original portions of which date from the Eighteen-thirties, was planned by Carl Otto Hager. He also supervised the building activities for 18 months. The rebuilt church is predominantly neo-Gothic in style and was conse||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 606||9/2/082/0003-002||Old Congregational Church Parsonage, 64 Paulet Street, Somerset East||Old Congregational Church Parsonage||64 Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||20||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 606||9/2/082/0003-002||Old Congregational Church Parsonage, 64 Paulet Street, Somerset East||Old Congregational Church Parsonage||64 Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||20||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 607||9/2/082/0003||Old Hope Congregational Church and Parsonage, Paulet Street, Somerset East||Old Hope Congregational Church and Parsonage||Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||20||The property on which the church complex is situated was bequeathed to the London Missionary Society in 1842 by Mrs Dorothy Edwards, widow of the Rev. John Evans of Cradock. The parsonage, which was built in the Victorian style, dates from the period 1825||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 607||9/2/082/0003||Old Hope Congregational Church and Parsonage, Paulet Street, Somerset East||Old Hope Congregational Church and Parsonage||Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||20||The property on which the church complex is situated was bequeathed to the London Missionary Society in 1842 by Mrs Dorothy Edwards, widow of the Rev. John Evans of Cradock. The parsonage, which was built in the Victorian style, dates from the period 1825||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 608||9/2/082/0003-001||Old Hope Congregational Church, Paulet Street, Somerset East||Old Hope Congregational Church||Paulet Street||Somerset East||Eastern Cape||20||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 608||9/2/082/0003-001||Old Hope Congregational Church, Paulet Street, Somerset East||Old Hope Congregational Church||Paulet Street||Somerset East||EC||20||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 609||9/2/087/0003||Dutch Reformed Church, Sarel Cilliers Street, Steytlerville||Dutch Reformed Church||Sarel Cilliers Street||Steytlerville||Eastern Cape||534||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 609||9/2/087/0003||Dutch Reformed Church, Sarel Cilliers Street, Steytlerville||Dutch Reformed Church||Sarel Cilliers Street||Steytlerville||EC||534||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 610||9/2/502/0002||Mission Church, Hertzog, Mpofu District||Mission Church||Hertzog, Mpofu District||Mpofu||Eastern Cape||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 610||9/2/502/0002||Mission Church, Hertzog, Mpofu District||Mission Church||Hertzog, Mpofu District||Mpofu||EC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 611||9/2/003/0022||Old Royal Engineers Building, off Prince Alfred Street, Grahamstown||Old Royal Engineers Building||Prince Alfred Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3176||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 611||9/2/003/0022||Old Royal Engineers Building, off Prince Alfred Street, Grahamstown||Old Royal Engineers Building||Prince Alfred Street||Grahamstown||EC||3176||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 612||9/2/020/0014||Elliots and Cathcart Fruiterers, Main Street, Cathcart||Elliots and Cathcart Fruiterers||Main Street||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||281||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 612||9/2/020/0014||Elliots and Cathcart Fruiterers, Main Street, Cathcart||Elliots and Cathcart Fruiterers||Main Street||Cathcart||EC||281||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 613||9/2/003/0039||Grahamstown Railway Station, High Street, Grahamstown||Grahamstown Railway Station||High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||1723, 1729, 1785, 1788||An interesting stone railway station.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 613||9/2/003/0039||Grahamstown Railway Station, High Street, Grahamstown||Grahamstown Railway Station||High Street||Grahamstown||EC||1723, 1729, 1785, 1788||An interesting stone railway station.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 614||9/2/026/0009||West Bank Post Office, Bank Street, East London||West Bank Post Office||Bank Street, cnr High Street||East London||Eastern Cape||19932||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 614||9/2/026/0009||West Bank Post Office, Bank Street, East London||West Bank Post Office||Bank Street, cnr High Street||East London||EC||19932||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 615||9/2/026/0017||Wool Exchange Building, Rhodes University, 50 Church Street, East London||Rhodes University||50 Church Street, 52 Church Street||East London||Eastern Cape||15774, 15775||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 615||9/2/026/0017||Wool Exchange Building, Rhodes University, 50 Church Street, East London||Rhodes University||50 Church Street, 52 Church Street||East London||EC||15774, 15775||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 616||9/2/026/0016||Old Standard Bank Building, 64 Terminus Street, East London||Old Standard Bank Building||64 Terminus Street, cnr Cambridge Street||East London||Eastern Cape||15467/15468||This magnificent double-storeyed building, which is a fine example of neo-Rennaissance revivalism, was erected in two stages. The original building was erected on Lot 11 in 1900 and extended onto Lot 12 in 1927. The building, which is prominently situated||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 616||9/2/026/0016||Old Standard Bank Building, 64 Terminus Street, East London||Old Standard Bank Building||64 Terminus Street, cnr Cambridge Street||East London||EC||15467/15468||This magnificent double-storeyed building, which is a fine example of neo-Rennaissance revivalism, was erected in two stages. The original building was erected on Lot 11 in 1900 and extended onto Lot 12 in 1927. The building, which is prominently situated||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 617||9/2/028/0010||Old Military Hospital, Bell Street, Fort Beaufort||Old Military Hospital||Bell Street||Fort Beaufort||Eastern Cape||637||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 617||9/2/028/0010||Old Military Hospital, Bell Street, Fort Beaufort||Old Military Hospital||Bell Street||Fort Beaufort||EC||637||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 618||9/2/003/0050||Grocott's Mail, 40 High Street, Grahamstown||Grocott's Mail||40 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3919||The gable of this impressive building, with its Victorian and Flemmish faetures, bears the dates 1869 to 1906. The  present facade was added in 1906 after the devastating fire. The building forms an integral part of the architectural character of High Str||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 618||9/2/003/0050||Grocott's Mail, 40 High Street, Grahamstown||Grocott's Mail||40 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3919||The gable of this impressive building, with its Victorian and Flemmish faetures, bears the dates 1869 to 1906. The  present facade was added in 1906 after the devastating fire. The building forms an integral part of the architectural character of High Str||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 619||9/2/003/0026||Muirhead and Gowie Building, 42-44 High Street, Grahamstown||Muirhead and Gowie Building||42-44 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||3891||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 619||9/2/003/0026||Muirhead and Gowie Building, 42-44 High Street, Grahamstown||Muirhead and Gowie Building||42-44 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||3891||Late Victorian/Edwardian double storey shop, forming part of important grouping.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 620||9/2/003/0027||Shaw Hall, 22 High Street, Grahamstown||Shaw Hall||22 High Street||Grahamstown||Eastern Cape||1636||Neo-classical building erected in 1831. and dedicated on 16 December 1832.  Named after the Rev. William Shaw, founder of the Methodist Church in South Africa.  Cape Parliament was opened in this building on 28 April 1864.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 620||9/2/003/0027||Shaw Hall, 22 High Street, Grahamstown||Shaw Hall||22 High Street||Grahamstown||EC||1636||Neo-classical building erected in 1831. and dedicated on 16 December 1832.  Named after the Rev. William Shaw, founder of the Methodist Church in South Africa.  Cape Parliament was opened in this building on 28 April 1864.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 621||9/2/009/0022||Bleak House, Trappes Street, Bathurst||Bleak House||Trappes Street||Bathurst||Eastern Cape||86||This double-storey stone building is a typical Bathurst cottage of the 1820-period.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 621||9/2/009/0022||Bleak House, Trappes Street, Bathurst||Bleak House||Trappes Street||Bathurst||EC||86||This double-storey stone building is a typical Bathurst cottage of the 1820-period.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 622||9/2/020/0016||Cathcart Library, Main Street, Cathcart||Cathcart Library||Main Street||Cathcart||Eastern Cape||268||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 622||9/2/020/0016||Cathcart Library, Main Street, Cathcart||Cathcart Library||Main Street||Cathcart||EC||268||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 623||9/2/503/0025||Cretaceous Deposits, Mzamba Beach, Mbizana||Cretaceous Deposits||||Bizana||Eastern Cape||||The Mzamba Formation provides a condensed record of the period between about 86 and 80 million years ago (Klinger pers.comm.), when there was a beach and shallow sea environment in this area, with large trees, marine reptiles, extinct ammonites and large ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 623||9/2/503/0025||Cretaceous Deposits, Mzamba Beach, Mbizana||Cretaceous Deposits||||Bizana||EC||||The Mzamba Formation provides a condensed record of the period between about 86 and 80 million years ago (Klinger pers.comm.), when there was a beach and shallow sea environment in this area, with large trees, marine reptiles, extinct ammonites and large ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 624||9/2/073/0009||10 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth||10 Bird Street||10 Bird Street||Port Elizabeth||Eastern Cape||3901||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 624||9/2/073/0009||10 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth||10 Bird Street||10 Bird Street||Port Elizabeth||EC||3901||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 625||9/2/302/0016||Old Railway Bureau, Maitland Street, Bloemfontein||Old Railway Bureau||Maitland Street||Bloemfontein||Free State||1055, 1057, 1056, 1058, 2113||This double-storeyed brick building with its Victorian and neo-Classical characteristics was designed by the architect D. E. Wentink. The builder was H. Heath. The cornerstone was laid on 7 June 1898 by President M. T. Steyn and the building was completed||Provincial Heritage Site
 
| 625||9/2/302/0016||Old Railway Bureau, Maitland Street, Bloemfontein||Old Railway Bureau||Maitland Street||Bloemfontein||Free State||1055, 1057, 1056, 1058, 2113||This double-storeyed brick building with its Victorian and neo-Classical characteristics was designed by the architect D. E. Wentink. The builder was H. Heath. The cornerstone was laid on 7 June 1898 by President M. T. Steyn and the building was completed||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 844||9/2/302/0039||Orange Free State Botanical Gardens, Bloemfontein||Orange Free State Botanical Gardens||Bloemfontein||Bloemfontein||Free State||2277/TEMPE/2313(LILYVALE)/0016||Scientific and environmental interest This botanical garden, which was established in 1967, is of particular scientific and environmental importance. It contains the only remaining Karoo vegetation in the vicinity where palaeoclimates can be studied. 10/2||Provincial Heritage Site
 
| 844||9/2/302/0039||Orange Free State Botanical Gardens, Bloemfontein||Orange Free State Botanical Gardens||Bloemfontein||Bloemfontein||Free State||2277/TEMPE/2313(LILYVALE)/0016||Scientific and environmental interest This botanical garden, which was established in 1967, is of particular scientific and environmental importance. It contains the only remaining Karoo vegetation in the vicinity where palaeoclimates can be studied. 10/2||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 846||9/2/228/0201||Yukon, Bezuidenhouts Valley, Johannesburg||Yukon||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 846||9/2/228/0201||Yukon, Bezuidenhouts Valley, Johannesburg||Yukon||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 847||9/2/258/0008||Staats Model School, Van der Walt Street, Pretoria||Staats Model School||Van der Walt Street, cnr Skinner Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||The establishment of schools in general was in accordance with the education policy of the South African Republic, left to the parents.  The government was then prepared to subsidise such schools.  As exceptions however, a few schools of which the Staats ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 847||9/2/258/0008||Staats Model School, Van der Walt Street, Pretoria||Staats Model School||Van der Walt Street, cnr Skinner Street||Pretoria||GT||||The establishment of schools in general was in accordance with the education policy of the South African Republic, left to the parents.  The government was then prepared to subsidise such schools.  As exceptions however, a few schools of which the Staats ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 849||9/2/228/0068||City Hall Complex, Rissik Street, Johannesburg||City Hall Complex||Rissik Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 849||9/2/228/0068||City Hall Complex, Rissik Street, Johannesburg||City Hall Complex||Rissik Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 850||9/2/228/0008||Jeppe High School for Boys, Kensington, Johannesburg||Jeppe High School for Boys||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 850||9/2/228/0008||Jeppe High School for Boys, Kensington, Johannesburg||Jeppe High School for Boys||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 851||9/2/228/0064||Dolobran, Parktown, Johannesburg||Dolobran||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 851||9/2/228/0064||Dolobran, Parktown, Johannesburg||Dolobran||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 852||9/2/258/0010||Kruger House, Church Street West, Pretoria||Kruger House||Church Street West||Pretoria||Gauteng||308||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 852||9/2/258/0010||Kruger House, Church Street West, Pretoria||Kruger House||Church Street West||Pretoria||GT||308||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 853||9/2/258/0013||Law Chambers, Church Square, Pretoria||Law Chambers||Church Square||Pretoria||Gauteng||Rem Ptn 2 of 365; Ptn 3 of 365; Ptn 5 of 365||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 853||9/2/258/0013||Law Chambers, Church Square, Pretoria||Law Chambers||Church Square||Pretoria||GT||Rem Ptn 2 of 365; Ptn 3 of 365; Ptn 5 of 365||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 854||9/2/258/0009||Melrose House, 275 Jacob Mare Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria||Melrose House||Jacob Mare Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||Melrose House is a good example of a Victorian manor house. The Peace of Vereeniging was signed in the dining-room of the house.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 854||9/2/258/0009||Melrose House, 275 Jacob Mare Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria||Melrose House||Jacob Mare Street||Pretoria||GT||||Melrose House is a good example of a Victorian manor house. The Peace of Vereeniging was signed in the dining-room of the house.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 855||9/2/228/0059||Old Post Office, 315 Main Street, Jeppestown, Johannesburg||Old Post Office||315 Main Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 855||9/2/228/0059||Old Post Office, 315 Main Street, Jeppestown, Johannesburg||Old Post Office||315 Main Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 856||9/2/258/0047||Old Agriculture Publication Building, Vermeulen Street, Pretoria||Old Agriculture Publication Building||Vermeulen Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 856||9/2/258/0047||Old Agriculture Publication Building, Vermeulen Street, Pretoria||Old Agriculture Publication Building||Vermeulen Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 857||9/2/228/0095||Langlaagte Deep Mining Village, Langlaagte, Johannesburg||Langlaagte Deep Mining Village||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 857||9/2/228/0095||Langlaagte Deep Mining Village, Langlaagte, Johannesburg||Langlaagte Deep Mining Village||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 858||9/2/258/0115||Reformed Church, Church Street West, Pretoria||Reformed Church||Church Street West, cnr Potgieter Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||Historical and architectural interest The cornerstone of this church building, which was designed in the style of the seventeenth-century Dutch Renaissance, was laid on 10 October 1896 by the State President S. J. P. Kruger. On 25 December 1897 the buildi||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 858||9/2/258/0115||Reformed Church, Church Street West, Pretoria||Reformed Church||Church Street West, cnr Potgieter Street||Pretoria||GT||||Historical and architectural interest The cornerstone of this church building, which was designed in the style of the seventeenth-century Dutch Renaissance, was laid on 10 October 1896 by the State President S. J. P. Kruger. On 25 December 1897 the buildi||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 859||9/2/258/0042||Mea Vota, 62 Rissik Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria||Mea Vota||62 Rissik Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||8||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 859||9/2/258/0042||Mea Vota, 62 Rissik Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria||Mea Vota||62 Rissik Street||Pretoria||GT||8||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 860||9/2/228/0063||Hazeldene Hall, Parktown, Johannesburg||Hazeldene Hall||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 860||9/2/228/0063||Hazeldene Hall, Parktown, Johannesburg||Hazeldene Hall||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 861||9/2/258/0040||14 and 15 Artillery Road, Pretoria||14 and 15 Artillery Road||14 and 15 Artillery Road||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 861||9/2/258/0040||14 and 15 Artillery Road, Pretoria||14 and 15 Artillery Road||14 and 15 Artillery Road||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 862||9/2/258/0084||Fort Schanskop, Groenkloof, Pretoria||Fort Schanskop||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 862||9/2/258/0084||Fort Schanskop, Groenkloof, Pretoria||Fort Schanskop||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 863||9/2/228/0077||Friedenskirche, Twist Street, Hillbrow, Johannesburg||Friedenskirche||Twist Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 863||9/2/228/0077||Friedenskirche, Twist Street, Hillbrow, Johannesburg||Friedenskirche||Twist Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 864||9/2/228/0154||Farmhouse, 14 Greenhill Road, Emmarentia, Johannesburg||Farmhouse||14 Greenhill Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 864||9/2/228/0154||Farmhouse, 14 Greenhill Road, Emmarentia, Johannesburg||Farmhouse||14 Greenhill Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 865||9/2/258/0031||Moerdyk House, 274 Pomona Street, Muckleneuk, Pretoria||Moerdyk House||274 Pomona Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 865||9/2/258/0031||Moerdyk House, 274 Pomona Street, Muckleneuk, Pretoria||Moerdyk House||274 Pomona Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 866||9/2/228/0195||Randjeslaagte Beacon, Boundary Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Randjeslaagte Beacon||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||HISTORICAL INTEREST.  This beacon marks the northern boundary of the farm "Randjeslaagte" on which Johannesburg was laid out in 1886.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 866||9/2/228/0195||Randjeslaagte Beacon, Boundary Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Randjeslaagte Beacon||||Johannesburg||GT||||HISTORICAL INTEREST.  This beacon marks the northern boundary of the farm "Randjeslaagte" on which Johannesburg was laid out in 1886.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 867||9/2/258/0021||Grootkerk, Bosman Street, Pretoria||Grootkerk||Bosman Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 867||9/2/258/0021||Grootkerk, Bosman Street, Pretoria||Grootkerk||Bosman Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 868||9/2/258/0032||Fort Klapperkop, Groenkloof, Pretoria||Fort Klapperkop||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 868||9/2/258/0032||Fort Klapperkop, Groenkloof, Pretoria||Fort Klapperkop||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 869||9/2/228/0035||Old Fort, Hospital Hill, Johannesburg||Old Fort||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||HISTORICAL INTEREST.  In 1896 the Government of the South African Republic decided to build a fort round the existing prison. The prison was built already in 1892 and enlarged in 1894. The fort was completed in 1899 and handed over to the State Artillery.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 869||9/2/228/0035||Old Fort, Hospital Hill, Johannesburg||Old Fort||||Johannesburg||GT||||HISTORICAL INTEREST.  In 1896 the Government of the South African Republic decided to build a fort round the existing prison. The prison was built already in 1892 and enlarged in 1894. The fort was completed in 1899 and handed over to the State Artillery.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 870||9/2/228/0153||Stonehouse, 5 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Stonehouse||5 Rockridge Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||This unique residence is situated in Rock Ridge Road. Sir Herbert Baker, the well-known architect of the Union Buildings, designed and had the house built for himself. In it he tried to incorporate all the traits which he visualised in the renewal of the ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 870||9/2/228/0153||Stonehouse, 5 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Stonehouse||5 Rockridge Road||Johannesburg||GT||||This unique residence is situated in Rock Ridge Road. Sir Herbert Baker, the well-known architect of the Union Buildings, designed and had the house built for himself. In it he tried to incorporate all the traits which he visualised in the renewal of the ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 871||9/2/258/0043||Anton Van Wouw House, Brooklyn, Pretoria||Anton Van Wouw House||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 871||9/2/258/0043||Anton Van Wouw House, Brooklyn, Pretoria||Anton Van Wouw House||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 872||9/2/258/0038||SA Air Force Officers' Club, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||SA Air Force Officers' Club||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 872||9/2/258/0038||SA Air Force Officers' Club, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||SA Air Force Officers' Club||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 873||9/2/228/0042||Bezuidenhout Farmstead and Jonkers House, Dewetshof, Johannesburg||Bezuidenhout Farmstead and Jonkers House||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 873||9/2/228/0042||Bezuidenhout Farmstead and Jonkers House, Dewetshof, Johannesburg||Bezuidenhout Farmstead and Jonkers House||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 874||9/2/262/0006||Old Prison and Gaoler's House, Florida, Roodepoort District||Old Prison and Goaler's House||||Florida||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 874||9/2/262/0006||Old Prison and Gaoler's House, Florida, Roodepoort District||Old Prison and Goaler's House||||Florida||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 875||9/2/262/0013||Old Pumphouse, Zuurbekom, District Roodepoort||Old Pumphouse||||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 875||9/2/262/0013||Old Pumphouse, Zuurbekom, District Roodepoort||Old Pumphouse||||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 876||9/2/262/0001-001||Confidence Reef, Kloof-en-Dal Nature Reserve, Kloof-en-Dal, Roodepoort||Confidence Reef||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 876||9/2/262/0001-001||Confidence Reef, Kloof-en-Dal Nature Reserve, Kloof-en-Dal, Roodepoort||Confidence Reef||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 877||9/2/228/0181||Hindu Crematorium, Brixton Cemetery, Johannesburg||Hindu Crematorium||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 877||9/2/228/0181||Hindu Crematorium, Brixton Cemetery, Johannesburg||Hindu Crematorium||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 878||9/2/258/0093/002||Old Machine Building, Defence Headquaters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria||Old Machine Building||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 878||9/2/258/0093/002||Old Machine Building, Defence Headquaters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria||Old Machine Building||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 879||9/2/258/0156||Old Native Reception Depot, Proes Street, Pretoria||Old Native Reception Depot||Proes Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 879||9/2/258/0156||Old Native Reception Depot, Proes Street, Pretoria||Old Native Reception Depot||Proes Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 880||9/2/258/0012||Cafe Riche, Church Square, Pretoria||Cafe Riche||Church Square||Pretoria||Gauteng||Rem Ptn 1 of 365||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 880||9/2/258/0012||Cafe Riche, Church Square, Pretoria||Cafe Riche||Church Square||Pretoria||GT||Rem Ptn 1 of 365||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 881||9/2/258/0069||Weskoppies Hospital, Ketjen Street, Pretoria||Weskoppies Hospital||Ketjen Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 881||9/2/258/0069||Weskoppies Hospital, Ketjen Street, Pretoria||Weskoppies Hospital||Ketjen Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 882||9/2/228/0212||Guild Cottage, Guild Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Guild Cottage||Guild Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 882||9/2/228/0212||Guild Cottage, Guild Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Guild Cottage||Guild Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 883||9/2/249/0001??||Old School, Anderson Street, Nelspruit||Old School||Anderson Street||Nigel||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 883||9/2/249/0001??||Old School, Anderson Street, Nelspruit||Old School||Anderson Street||Nigel||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 884||9/2/228/0006||Whitehall Court, Killarney, Johannesburg||Whitehall Court||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 884||9/2/228/0006||Whitehall Court, Killarney, Johannesburg||Whitehall Court||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 885||9/2/228/0076||37 Carter Road, Forest Hill, Johannesburg||37 Carter Road, Forest Hill||37 Carter Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 885||9/2/228/0076||37 Carter Road, Forest Hill, Johannesburg||37 Carter Road, Forest Hill||37 Carter Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 886||9/2/258/0110||Burg House, Hillcrest, Pretoria||Burg House||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 886||9/2/258/0110||Burg House, Hillcrest, Pretoria||Burg House||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 887||9/2/228/0078||North Lodge, Parktown, Johannesburg||North Lodge||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 887||9/2/228/0078||North Lodge, Parktown, Johannesburg||North Lodge||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 888||9/2/258/0079||Green Magazine, Pretoria||Green Magazine||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 888||9/2/258/0079||Green Magazine, Pretoria||Green Magazine||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 889||9/2/260/0008||The Homestead, 3 Homestead Avenue, Homelake, Randfontein||The Homestead||3 Homestead Avenue||Randfontein||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 889||9/2/260/0008||The Homestead, 3 Homestead Avenue, Homelake, Randfontein||The Homestead||3 Homestead Avenue||Randfontein||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 890||9/2/228/0060||33 Landau Terrace, Richmond, Johannesburg||33 Landau Terrace, Richmond||33 Landau Terrace||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 890||9/2/228/0060||33 Landau Terrace, Richmond, Johannesburg||33 Landau Terrace, Richmond||33 Landau Terrace||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 891||9/2/258/0018||Rooihuiskraal Battlefield, Verwoerdburg, Pretoria||Rooihuiskraal Battlefield||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||This property forms part of the Rooihuiskraal Battlefield, where the Battle of Rooihuiskraal took place on 12 February 1881 during the First War of Independence (1880-81).  During the war, Pretoria was besieged by Boer forces for a period of 100 days and ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 891||9/2/258/0018||Rooihuiskraal Battlefield, Verwoerdburg, Pretoria||Rooihuiskraal Battlefield||||Pretoria||GT||||This property forms part of the Rooihuiskraal Battlefield, where the Battle of Rooihuiskraal took place on 12 February 1881 during the First War of Independence (1880-81).  During the war, Pretoria was besieged by Boer forces for a period of 100 days and ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 892||9/2/258/0020||Old Synagogue, Paul Kruger Street, Pretoria||Old Synagogue||Paul Kruger Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 892||9/2/258/0020||Old Synagogue, Paul Kruger Street, Pretoria||Old Synagogue||Paul Kruger Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 893||9/2/258/0105||Oost-Eind Primary School, 70 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria||Oost-Eind Primary School||70 Meintjies Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 893||9/2/258/0105||Oost-Eind Primary School, 70 Meintjies Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria||Oost-Eind Primary School||70 Meintjies Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 894||9/2/258/0037||Volksstem Building, cnr Pretorius Street and Volkstem Lane, Pretoria||Volksstem Building||cnr Pretorius Street and Volkstem Lane||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 894||9/2/258/0037||Volksstem Building, cnr Pretorius Street and Volkstem Lane, Pretoria||Volksstem Building||cnr Pretorius Street and Volkstem Lane||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 895||9/2/228/0113||Northwards, Parktown, Johannesburg||Northwards||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 895||9/2/228/0113||Northwards, Parktown, Johannesburg||Northwards||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 896||9/2/228/0082||Melville Primary School, 63 Second Avenue, Melville, Johannesburg||Melville Primary School||63 Second Avenue||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 896||9/2/228/0082||Melville Primary School, 63 Second Avenue, Melville, Johannesburg||Melville Primary School||63 Second Avenue||Johannesburg||GT||||||Register
 
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| 897||9/2/258/0023||Old Raadsaal, Church Square, Pretoria||Old Raadsaal||Church Square||Pretoria||Gauteng||||Historical Interest.  This building was the Volksraadsaal of the South African Republic and was completed in 1892.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 897||9/2/258/0023||Old Raadsaal, Church Square, Pretoria||Old Raadsaal||Church Square||Pretoria||GT||||Historical Interest.  This building was the Volksraadsaal of the South African Republic and was completed in 1892.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 898||9/2/228/0069||Johannesburg Art Gallery, Joubert Park, Johannesburg||Johannesburg Art Gallery||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 898||9/2/228/0069||Johannesburg Art Gallery, Joubert Park, Johannesburg||Johannesburg Art Gallery||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 899||9/2/258/0093||Defence Headquarters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria||Defence Headquarters||Potgieter Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 899||9/2/258/0093||Defence Headquarters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria||Defence Headquarters||Potgieter Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 900||9/2/228/0020||Kimberley House, 44 Pritchard Street, Johannesburg||Kimberley House||44 Pritchard Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 900||9/2/228/0020||Kimberley House, 44 Pritchard Street, Johannesburg||Kimberley House||44 Pritchard Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 901||9/2/258/0088||Burger's Park, Jacob Mare Street, Pretoria||Burgerspark||Burgers Park||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 901||9/2/258/0088||Burger's Park, Jacob Mare Street, Pretoria||Burgerspark||Burgers Park||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 902||9/2/228/0034||SA Institute for Medical Research, Hospital Hill, Johannesburg||SA Institute for Medical Research||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 902||9/2/228/0034||SA Institute for Medical Research, Hospital Hill, Johannesburg||SA Institute for Medical Research||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 903||9/2/228/0165||Windybrow, Hillbrow, Johannesburg||Windybrow||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 903||9/2/228/0165||Windybrow, Hillbrow, Johannesburg||Windybrow||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 904||9/2/258/0087||The Fortress and Blockhouse, 2 Johannes Kok Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||The Fortress and Block House||2 Johannes Kok Road||Pretoria||Gauteng||||Die Vesting, which is one of the largest remaining wood and iron houses in Voortrekkerhoogte, was erected by the British military authorities shortly after the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). Since the beginning of the century it has accommodated several high||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 904||9/2/258/0087||The Fortress and Blockhouse, 2 Johannes Kok Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||The Fortress and Block House||2 Johannes Kok Road||Pretoria||GT||||Die Vesting, which is one of the largest remaining wood and iron houses in Voortrekkerhoogte, was erected by the British military authorities shortly after the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). Since the beginning of the century it has accommodated several high||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 905||9/2/228/0164||The Pines, Gordon Hill Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||The Pines||Gordon Hill Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 905||9/2/228/0164||The Pines, Gordon Hill Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||The Pines||Gordon Hill Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 906||9/2/258/0017||Old Merensky Library, University of Pretoria, Lynnwood Road, Pretoria||Old Merensky Library||Lynnwood Road||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 906||9/2/258/0017||Old Merensky Library, University of Pretoria, Lynnwood Road, Pretoria||Old Merensky Library||Lynnwood Road||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 907||9/2/228/0031||Sunnyside Park Hotel, York Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Sunnyside Park Hotel||York Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 907||9/2/228/0031||Sunnyside Park Hotel, York Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Sunnyside Park Hotel||York Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 908||9/2/258/0095 3/3/8/1||Cultural Artefacts from Mapungubwe and K2 Archaeological Sites, University of Pretoria, Pretoria||Cultural Artefacts from Mapungubwe and K2 Archaeological Sites||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||The collection of cultural artefacts associated with the Iron Age settlements on Mapungubwe Hill, the Southern Terrace, K2 and Bambandyanalo, situated on the farm Greefswald in the Messina District and at present in the possession of the University of Pre||Heritage Object
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| 908||9/2/258/0095 3/3/8/1||Cultural Artefacts from Mapungubwe and K2 Archaeological Sites, University of Pretoria, Pretoria||Cultural Artefacts from Mapungubwe and K2 Archaeological Sites||||Pretoria||GT||||The collection of cultural artefacts associated with the Iron Age settlements on Mapungubwe Hill, the Southern Terrace, K2 and Bambandyanalo, situated on the farm Greefswald in the Messina District and at present in the possession of the University of Pre||Heritage Object
 
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| 909||9/2/230/0004||Esselen Park, Training College Campus, Kempton Park||Esselen Park||||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 909||9/2/230/0004||Esselen Park, Training College Campus, Kempton Park||Esselen Park||||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 910||9/2/226/0005||Boer Houses and Farmyard, Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve, Diepkloof, Heidelberg District||Boer Houses and Farmyard||||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 910||9/2/226/0005||Boer Houses and Farmyard, Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve, Diepkloof, Heidelberg District||Boer Houses and Farmyard||||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 911||9/2/226/0001||60 Strydom Street, Heidelberg.||60 Strydom Street.||60 Strydom Street||Heidelberg||Gauteng||3475||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 911||9/2/226/0001||60 Strydom Street, Heidelberg.||60 Strydom Street.||60 Strydom Street||Heidelberg||GT||3475||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 912||9/2/228/0114/002||The house at 217A Frederick Drive, Northcliff, Johannesburg||The house at 217A Frederick Drive||217A Frederick Drive||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||Possibly the first Pabst house in South Africa built for Dr. and Mrs Jochel, bother-in-law of Mr. Cohen the founder of Northcliff. Built in the International Style around 1935.||Register
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| 912||9/2/228/0114/002||The house at 217A Frederick Drive, Northcliff, Johannesburg||The house at 217A Frederick Drive||217A Frederick Drive||Johannesburg||GT||||Possibly the first Pabst house in South Africa built for Dr. and Mrs Jochel, bother-in-law of Mr. Cohen the founder of Northcliff. Built in the International Style around 1935.||Register
 
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| 913||9/2/258/0104||Stone Cottage, Troye Street, Muckleneuck, Pretoria||Stone Cottage||Troye Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 913||9/2/258/0104||Stone Cottage, Troye Street, Muckleneuck, Pretoria||Stone Cottage||Troye Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Register
 
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|-
| 915||9/2/228/0114/001||Chinese United Club Mansions, 6 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg||Chinese United Club Mansions||6 Commissioner Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||185 & 186||Building commenced in 1948.  It is surely the most closest to the Baroque style done by Pabst.  The final building is very much like the early perspective drawing by Pabst, except that it has fewer floors.  Even though funds ran out, and the original numb||Register
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| 915||9/2/228/0114/001||Chinese United Club Mansions, 6 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg||Chinese United Club Mansions||6 Commissioner Street||Johannesburg||GT||185 & 186||Building commenced in 1948.  It is surely the most closest to the Baroque style done by Pabst.  The final building is very much like the early perspective drawing by Pabst, except that it has fewer floors.  Even though funds ran out, and the original numb||Register
 
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| 916||9/2/258/0082-002||NZASM railway carriage No. 18, Pretoria Station, Pretoria||NZASM railway carriage No. 18||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Heritage Object
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| 916||9/2/258/0082-002||NZASM railway carriage No. 18, Pretoria Station, Pretoria||NZASM railway carriage No. 18||||Pretoria||GT||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 917||9/2/228/0151||Eikenlaan, 6 St Andrews Street, Parktown, Johannesburg||Eikenlaan||6 St. Andrews Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 917||9/2/228/0151||Eikenlaan, 6 St Andrews Street, Parktown, Johannesburg||Eikenlaan||6 St. Andrews Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 918||9/2/259/0003||Darrenwood Dam and Koppie, Randburg||Darrenwood Dam and Koppie||||Randburg||Gauteng||||||Heritage Area
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| 918||9/2/259/0003||Darrenwood Dam and Koppie, Randburg||Darrenwood Dam and Koppie||||Randburg||GT||||||Heritage Area
 
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| 919||9/2/258/0016||3-5 Jacobus Naude Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||3-5 Jacobus Naude Road, Voortrekkerhoogte||3-5 Jacobus Naude Road||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 919||9/2/258/0016||3-5 Jacobus Naude Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||3-5 Jacobus Naude Road, Voortrekkerhoogte||3-5 Jacobus Naude Road||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 920||9/2/287/0006||Soutpan, Zoutpan, Wonderboom District||Soutpan||||||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 920||9/2/287/0006||Soutpan, Zoutpan, Wonderboom District||Soutpan||||||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 921||9/2/287/0009||Doors Erasmus Complex, Pretoria North, Pretoria||Doors Erasmus Complex||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 921||9/2/287/0009||Doors Erasmus Complex, Pretoria North, Pretoria||Doors Erasmus Complex||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 922||9/2/211/0001||Pentecost Protestant Church, Abrahamowitz Street, Brakpan||Pentecost Protestant Church||Abrahamowitz Street||Brakpan||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 922||9/2/211/0001||Pentecost Protestant Church, Abrahamowitz Street, Brakpan||Pentecost Protestant Church||Abrahamowitz Street||Brakpan||GT||||||Register
 
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|-
| 923||9/2/228/0054||Savernake, 13 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Savernake||13 Jubilee Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 923||9/2/228/0054||Savernake, 13 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Savernake||13 Jubilee Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Register
 
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| 925||9/2/258/0162||Wierda Bridge, Six Mile Spruit, Centurion, Pretoria||Wierda Bridge||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||HISTORICAL INTEREST. This bridge was completed in 1891 by Sytze Wierda. Director of Public Works of the South African Republic||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 925||9/2/258/0162||Wierda Bridge, Six Mile Spruit, Centurion, Pretoria||Wierda Bridge||||Pretoria||GT||||HISTORICAL INTEREST. This bridge was completed in 1891 by Sytze Wierda. Director of Public Works of the South African Republic||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 927||9/2/258/0115-001||Kruger chairs, Reformed Church, Church Street West, Pretoria||Kruger chairs||Church Street West, cnr Potgieter Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||Historical interest According to tradition these church chairs were used during church services by President S. J. P. Kruger and his wife Gezina. The chairs are symbolic of Kruger's religious devotedness and an intimate reminder of the influence that his ||Heritage Object
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| 927||9/2/258/0115-001||Kruger chairs, Reformed Church, Church Street West, Pretoria||Kruger chairs||Church Street West, cnr Potgieter Street||Pretoria||GT||||Historical interest According to tradition these church chairs were used during church services by President S. J. P. Kruger and his wife Gezina. The chairs are symbolic of Kruger's religious devotedness and an intimate reminder of the influence that his ||Heritage Object
 
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| 928||9/2/228/0114/004||Patidar Mansions, 40 President Street, Johannesburg||Patidar Mansions||40 President Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||328 & 329||This is the first of three buildings using the principle that Pabst describes as, "to design the floors alternatively in contrast to each other so that the first, third and fifth, etc. are identical counter curves to the second, fourth etc."  On the groun||Register
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| 928||9/2/228/0114/004||Patidar Mansions, 40 President Street, Johannesburg||Patidar Mansions||40 President Street||Johannesburg||GT||328 & 329||This is the first of three buildings using the principle that Pabst describes as, "to design the floors alternatively in contrast to each other so that the first, third and fifth, etc. are identical counter curves to the second, fourth etc."  On the groun||Register
 
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| 929||9/2/258/0082-001||NZASM Locomotive No. 242, Pretoria Station, Pretoria||NZASM Locomotive No. 242||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||The locomotive and the private coach are important links in the history of the South African Railways.||Heritage Object
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| 929||9/2/258/0082-001||NZASM Locomotive No. 242, Pretoria Station, Pretoria||NZASM Locomotive No. 242||||Pretoria||GT||||The locomotive and the private coach are important links in the history of the South African Railways.||Heritage Object
 
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| 930||9/2/260/0004||Old Police Station, Maugham Road, Randfontein||Old Police Station||Maugham Road||Randfontein||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 930||9/2/260/0004||Old Police Station, Maugham Road, Randfontein||Old Police Station||Maugham Road||Randfontein||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 931||9/2/228/0084||Solomon House, 5 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Solomon House||5 Jubilee Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 931||9/2/228/0084||Solomon House, 5 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Solomon House||5 Jubilee Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Register
 
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| 932||9/2/233/0010||Old NZASM Station, George Norton Street, Krugersdorp||Old NZASM Station||George Norton Street||Krugersdorp||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 932||9/2/233/0010||Old NZASM Station, George Norton Street, Krugersdorp||Old NZASM Station||George Norton Street||Krugersdorp||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 933||9/2/233/0002-002||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Memorial, Krugersdorp||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||||Krugersdorp||Gauteng||418||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 933||9/2/233/0002-002||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Memorial, Krugersdorp||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||||Krugersdorp||GT||418||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 934||9/2/259/0004||Hy-Many House, Boschkop, Randburg||Hy-Many House||||Randburg||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 934||9/2/259/0004||Hy-Many House, Boschkop, Randburg||Hy-Many House||||Randburg||GT||||||Register
 
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| 935||9/2/209/0006||Farmhouse, Vlakplaats, Boksburg District||Farmhouse||||||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 935||9/2/209/0006||Farmhouse, Vlakplaats, Boksburg District||Farmhouse||||||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 936||9/2/228/0196||Outcrop of Main Reef Group of Conglomerates, Langlaagte, Johannesburg||Outcrop of Main Reef Group of Conglomerates||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 936||9/2/228/0196||Outcrop of Main Reef Group of Conglomerates, Langlaagte, Johannesburg||Outcrop of Main Reef Group of Conglomerates||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 937||9/2/283/0001||No. 4 Borehole and Pullinger Shaft, Venterspost Mine, Gemsbokfontein, Westonaria District||No. 4 Borehole and Pullinger Shaft||||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 937||9/2/283/0001||No. 4 Borehole and Pullinger Shaft, Venterspost Mine, Gemsbokfontein, Westonaria District||No. 4 Borehole and Pullinger Shaft||||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 940||9/2/228/0057||Emil Kessler Locomotive, South Station Building, Johannesburg||Emil Kessler||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Heritage Object
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| 940||9/2/228/0057||Emil Kessler Locomotive, South Station Building, Johannesburg||Emil Kessler||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Heritage Object
 
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|-
| 941||9/2/228/0015||Mohamedan Primary School, Burgersdorp, Johannesburg||Mohamedan Primary School||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 941||9/2/228/0015||Mohamedan Primary School, Burgersdorp, Johannesburg||Mohamedan Primary School||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 942||9/2/233/0011||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Hekpoort, District Krugersdorp||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Hekpoort||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 942||9/2/233/0011||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Hekpoort, District Krugersdorp||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Hekpoort||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 943||9/2/233/0005||Paardekraal Monument, Paardekraal Drive, Krugersdorp||Paardekraal Monument||Paardekraal Drive||Krugersdorp||Gauteng||776||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 943||9/2/233/0005||Paardekraal Monument, Paardekraal Drive, Krugersdorp||Paardekraal Monument||Paardekraal Drive||Krugersdorp||GT||776||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 944||9/2/258/0065||Pretoria High School for Girls, Park Street, Pretoria||Pretoria High School for Girls||Park Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 944||9/2/258/0065||Pretoria High School for Girls, Park Street, Pretoria||Pretoria High School for Girls||Park Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 945||9/2/258/0055||Zwartkoppies Hall, Zwartkopjes, Pretoria||Zwartkoppies Hall||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 945||9/2/258/0055||Zwartkoppies Hall, Zwartkopjes, Pretoria||Zwartkoppies Hall||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 946||9/2/209/0007||St Michael and All Angels Church, Plein Street, Boksburg||St Michael and All Angels Church||Plein Street||Boksburg||Gauteng||253, 254, 255 and 256||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 946||9/2/209/0007||St Michael and All Angels Church, Plein Street, Boksburg||St Michael and All Angels Church||Plein Street||Boksburg||GT||253, 254, 255 and 256||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 947||9/2/228/0213||Dysart House, 6 Sherborne Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Dysart House||6 Sherborne Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 947||9/2/228/0213||Dysart House, 6 Sherborne Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Dysart House||6 Sherborne Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 948||9/2/287/0008||Wonderboom Nature Reserve and Fort, Pretoria||Wonderboom Nature Reserve and Fort||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 948||9/2/287/0008||Wonderboom Nature Reserve and Fort, Pretoria||Wonderboom Nature Reserve and Fort||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 949||9/2/228/0067||Rissik Street Post Office, Rissik Street, Johannesburg||Rissik Street Post Office||Rissik Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||This building was originally designed by S. Wierda. Construction work was started around 1896 under the supervision of M. Meischke and A. Reid. The foundation stone of the building was laid on 27 January 1897 by J. van Apphen, the Postmaster General. In 1||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 949||9/2/228/0067||Rissik Street Post Office, Rissik Street, Johannesburg||Rissik Street Post Office||Rissik Street||Johannesburg||GT||||This building was originally designed by S. Wierda. Construction work was started around 1896 under the supervision of M. Meischke and A. Reid. The foundation stone of the building was laid on 27 January 1897 by J. van Apphen, the Postmaster General. In 1||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 950||9/2/228/0136||Pentecostal Protestant Church, Ray Street, Sophiatown, Johannesburg||Pentecostal Protestant Church||Ray Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 950||9/2/228/0136||Pentecostal Protestant Church, Ray Street, Sophiatown, Johannesburg||Pentecostal Protestant Church||Ray Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 951||9/2/228/0139||St Joseph's Children Home, Sophiatown, Johannesburg||St Joseph's Children Home||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 951||9/2/228/0139||St Joseph's Children Home, Sophiatown, Johannesburg||St Joseph's Children Home||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 952||9/2/228/0194||Gereformeerde Church Hall, Troyeville, Johannesburg||Gereformeerde Church Hall||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 952||9/2/228/0194||Gereformeerde Church Hall, Troyeville, Johannesburg||Gereformeerde Church Hall||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 953||9/2/228/0032||Fever Hospital, Braamfontein, Johannesburg||Fever Hospital||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 953||9/2/228/0032||Fever Hospital, Braamfontein, Johannesburg||Fever Hospital||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 954||9/2/228/0098||Central Block, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg||Central Block||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 954||9/2/228/0098||Central Block, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg||Central Block||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 955||9/2/228/0029||Salisbury House, 218-220 Marshall Street, Jeppestown, Johannesburg||Salisbury House||218-220 Marshall Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 955||9/2/228/0029||Salisbury House, 218-220 Marshall Street, Jeppestown, Johannesburg||Salisbury House||218-220 Marshall Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 956||9/2/277/0007||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Witkop, Vereeniging District||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 956||9/2/277/0007||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Witkop, Vereeniging District||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 957||9/2/228/0234||Dias Cross, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg||Dias Cross||University of the Witwatersrand||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Heritage Object
+
| 957||9/2/228/0234||Dias Cross, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg||Dias Cross||University of the Witwatersrand||Johannesburg||GT||||||Heritage Object
 
|-
 
|-
| 958||9/2/209/0002||Old Magistrates Office, Church Street, Boksburg||Old Magistrates Office||||Boksburg||Gauteng||87,106,117,118,1485,A/88,A/89,A119 & A/120||Historical Interest The building was designed in 1889, two years after the establishment of the town of Boksburg by Sytze Wierda, the "Goverenements Ingenieur en Architect" of the South African Republic, to accommodate the mining commissioner, the post of||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 958||9/2/209/0002||Old Magistrates Office, Church Street, Boksburg||Old Magistrates Office||||Boksburg||GT||87,106,117,118,1485,A/88,A/89,A119 & A/120||Historical Interest The building was designed in 1889, two years after the establishment of the town of Boksburg by Sytze Wierda, the "Goverenements Ingenieur en Architect" of the South African Republic, to accommodate the mining commissioner, the post of||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 961||9/2/228/0188||St Margaret's, 3 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||St Margaret's||3 Rockridge Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 961||9/2/228/0188||St Margaret's, 3 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||St Margaret's||3 Rockridge Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 962||9/2/228/0205-001||Grave of Enoch Sontonga, Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg||Grave of Enoch Sontonga||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 962||9/2/228/0205-001||Grave of Enoch Sontonga, Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg||Grave of Enoch Sontonga||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 963||9/2/258/0083||Nedbank Building, Church Street, Pretoria||Nedbank Building||Church Square||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
+
| 963||9/2/258/0083||Nedbank Building, Church Street, Pretoria||Nedbank Building||Church Square||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
|-
 
|-
| 964||9/2/260/0005||Tinktinkieland Nursery School, School Street, Randfontein||Tinktinkieland Nursery School||School Street||Randfontein||Gauteng||||||Register
+
| 964||9/2/260/0005||Tinktinkieland Nursery School, School Street, Randfontein||Tinktinkieland Nursery School||School Street||Randfontein||GT||||||Register
 
|-
 
|-
| 965||9/2/287/0004||Steynberg Estate, Pretoria-North, Wonderboom District||Steynberg Estate||||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 965||9/2/287/0004||Steynberg Estate, Pretoria-North, Wonderboom District||Steynberg Estate||||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 966||9/2/228/0080||Dan Pienaar Creche, Parktown, Johannesburg||Dan Pienaar Creche||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||The building was designed in 1902 by Aburrow and Treeby and erected during 1902/03 for Mr H.F. Watson. Mr Watson remained there until 1919.  It was later bought by Sister Rhodes Samuels, who made a number of extensions and converted it into the Gracedale ||Register
+
| 966||9/2/228/0080||Dan Pienaar Creche, Parktown, Johannesburg||Dan Pienaar Creche||||Johannesburg||GT||||The building was designed in 1902 by Aburrow and Treeby and erected during 1902/03 for Mr H.F. Watson. Mr Watson remained there until 1919.  It was later bought by Sister Rhodes Samuels, who made a number of extensions and converted it into the Gracedale ||Register
 
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|-
| 967||9/2/228/0079||Hotel School, 231 Smith Street, Johannesburg||Hotel School||231 Smith Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||2565||||Register
+
| 967||9/2/228/0079||Hotel School, 231 Smith Street, Johannesburg||Hotel School||231 Smith Street||Johannesburg||GT||2565||||Register
 
|-
 
|-
| 968||9/2/200/0003||Meyer Dwelling, Meyersdal, Alberton District||Meyer Dwelling||||||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
+
| 968||9/2/200/0003||Meyer Dwelling, Meyersdal, Alberton District||Meyer Dwelling||||||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
|-
 
|-
| 969||9/2/226/0003||Old Residence, H F Verwoerd Street, Heidelberg||Old Residence||HF Verwoerd Street||Heidelberg||Gauteng||70||||Provisional Protection
+
| 969||9/2/226/0003||Old Residence, H F Verwoerd Street, Heidelberg||Old Residence||HF Verwoerd Street||Heidelberg||GT||70||||Provisional Protection
 
|-
 
|-
| 970||9/2/258/0102-001||138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria||138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street||138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
+
| 970||9/2/258/0102-001||138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street, Sunnyside, Pretoria||138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street||138 Gerhard Moerdyk Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
|-
 
|-
| 971||9/2/226/0008||Volk School Primary, Begeman Street, Heidelberg||Volk School Primary||Begeman Street||Heidelberg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 971||9/2/226/0008||Volk School Primary, Begeman Street, Heidelberg||Volk School Primary||Begeman Street||Heidelberg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 972||9/2/258/0078||Kirkness House, 290 Cilliers Street, Pretoria||Kirkness House||290 Cilliers Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 972||9/2/258/0078||Kirkness House, 290 Cilliers Street, Pretoria||Kirkness House||290 Cilliers Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 973||9/2/228/0001/078-001||Villa Guy, Peter's Place and Dudley Court, Seventh Avenue, Parktown North, Johannesburg||Villa Guy||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||Apart from minor changes, the buildings have survived substantially intact and are excellent examples of small suburban "maisonettes" in the Art Deco Moderne Style.  They are the only buildings of their kind in Parktown North.||Register
+
| 973||9/2/228/0001/078-001||Villa Guy, Peter's Place and Dudley Court, Seventh Avenue, Parktown North, Johannesburg||Villa Guy||||Johannesburg||GT||||Apart from minor changes, the buildings have survived substantially intact and are excellent examples of small suburban "maisonettes" in the Art Deco Moderne Style.  They are the only buildings of their kind in Parktown North.||Register
 
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|-
| 974||9/2/258/0082||Pretoria Railway Station, Scheiding Street, Pretoria||Pretoria Railway Station||Scheiding Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
+
| 974||9/2/258/0082||Pretoria Railway Station, Scheiding Street, Pretoria||Pretoria Railway Station||Scheiding Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
|-
 
|-
| 975||9/2/228/0041||House Hains, 34 Becker Street, Yeoville, Johannesburg||House Hains||34 Becker Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 975||9/2/228/0041||House Hains, 34 Becker Street, Yeoville, Johannesburg||House Hains||34 Becker Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 976||9/2/228/0161||Waverley House, 5 Murray Street, Waverley, Johannesburg||Waverley House||5 Murray Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 976||9/2/228/0161||Waverley House, 5 Murray Street, Waverley, Johannesburg||Waverley House||5 Murray Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 977||9/2/228/0019/001||Compound, Newtown Electricity Site, Johannesburg||Compound||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 977||9/2/228/0019/001||Compound, Newtown Electricity Site, Johannesburg||Compound||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 978||9/2/258/0154||SA Army College, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||SA Army College||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 978||9/2/258/0154||SA Army College, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||SA Army College||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 979||9/2/226/0007||NZASM Station, Voortrekker Street, Heidelberg||NZASM-Station||Voortrekker Street||Heidelberg||Gauteng||1568||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 979||9/2/226/0007||NZASM Station, Voortrekker Street, Heidelberg||NZASM-Station||Voortrekker Street||Heidelberg||GT||1568||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 980||9/2/209/0001||Old Post Office, Market Street, Boksburg||Old Post Office||Market Street, cnr Joubert Street||Boksburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 980||9/2/209/0001||Old Post Office, Market Street, Boksburg||Old Post Office||Market Street, cnr Joubert Street||Boksburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 981||9/2/228/0104||The Hamlet, Parktown, Johannesburg||The Hamlet||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||The house was designed by Leck and Emley in the Arts and Crafts tradition for Frederick William Diamond, a stockborker and accountant who had come to Johannesburg just after the discovery of gold. He lived there until his death in 1928 and his widow sold ||Register
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| 981||9/2/228/0104||The Hamlet, Parktown, Johannesburg||The Hamlet||||Johannesburg||GT||||The house was designed by Leck and Emley in the Arts and Crafts tradition for Frederick William Diamond, a stockborker and accountant who had come to Johannesburg just after the discovery of gold. He lived there until his death in 1928 and his widow sold ||Register
 
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|-
| 982||9/2/209/0008||Conservation Areas, Boksburg||Conservation Areas||||Boksburg||Gauteng||||||Heritage Area
+
| 982||9/2/209/0008||Conservation Areas, Boksburg||Conservation Areas||||Boksburg||GT||||||Heritage Area
 
|-
 
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| 983||9/2/228/0152||House Gordon, 10-12 Seymour Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||House Gordon||10-12 Seymour Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||This is a large symmetrical three gabled villa, raised on a stone podium.  The wide verandah which enfolds the house on three facades creates the Colonial or "homestead" quality.  It is well proportioned with the central double order of columns extended u||Register
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| 983||9/2/228/0152||House Gordon, 10-12 Seymour Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||House Gordon||10-12 Seymour Road||Johannesburg||GT||||This is a large symmetrical three gabled villa, raised on a stone podium.  The wide verandah which enfolds the house on three facades creates the Colonial or "homestead" quality.  It is well proportioned with the central double order of columns extended u||Register
 
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| 984||9/2/258/0165||SA Mint Collection, Pretoria||SA Mint Collection||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Heritage Object
+
| 984||9/2/258/0165||SA Mint Collection, Pretoria||SA Mint Collection||||Pretoria||GT||||||Heritage Object
 
|-
 
|-
| 985||9/2/258/0136||Harvard Aircraft, South African Air Force Museum, Pretoria||Harvard Aircraft||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Heritage Object
+
| 985||9/2/258/0136||Harvard Aircraft, South African Air Force Museum, Pretoria||Harvard Aircraft||||Pretoria||GT||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 986||9/2/228/0114/003||Colin Gordon Nursing Home, 15 Esselen Street, Hillbrow, Johannesburg||Collin Gordon Nursing Home||15 Esselen Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||3481||Of all Pabst's buildings the exterior of this one demonstrates his intoxication with curved forms to the full.  The interior planning caused considerable consternation to the numerous owners of the nursing home.  From the plans and sections this is not re||Register
+
| 986||9/2/228/0114/003||Colin Gordon Nursing Home, 15 Esselen Street, Hillbrow, Johannesburg||Collin Gordon Nursing Home||15 Esselen Street||Johannesburg||GT||3481||Of all Pabst's buildings the exterior of this one demonstrates his intoxication with curved forms to the full.  The interior planning caused considerable consternation to the numerous owners of the nursing home.  From the plans and sections this is not re||Register
 
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|-
| 987||9/2/258/0033||Barton Keep, Jacob Mare Street, Pretoria||Barton Keep||Jacob Mare Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 987||9/2/258/0033||Barton Keep, Jacob Mare Street, Pretoria||Barton Keep||Jacob Mare Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 988||9/2/277/0002||Vereeniging Country Club, Milani Drive, Vereeniging||Vereeniging Country Club||Milani Drive||Vereeniging||Gauteng||||||Register
+
| 988||9/2/277/0002||Vereeniging Country Club, Milani Drive, Vereeniging||Vereeniging Country Club||Milani Drive||Vereeniging||GT||||||Register
 
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|-
| 989||9/2/258/0103||Brynterion Conservation Area, Bryntirion, Pretoria||Brynterion Conservation Area||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
+
| 989||9/2/258/0103||Brynterion Conservation Area, Bryntirion, Pretoria||Brynterion Conservation Area||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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|-
| 990||9/2/258/0019||Sammy Marks and Kynoch Building, Church Street, Pretoria||Sammy Marks and Kynoch Building||Church Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
+
| 990||9/2/258/0019||Sammy Marks and Kynoch Building, Church Street, Pretoria||Sammy Marks and Kynoch Building||Church Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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|-
| 991||9/2/228/0178||Scott House, Kensington, Johannesburg||Scott House||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 991||9/2/228/0178||Scott House, Kensington, Johannesburg||Scott House||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 992||9/2/228/0036||Parktown Boys' High School, Wellington Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg||Parktown Boys' High School||Wellington Avenue||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 992||9/2/228/0036||Parktown Boys' High School, Wellington Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg||Parktown Boys' High School||Wellington Avenue||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 993||9/2/258/||1 to 13 Artillery Road, Pretoria||1 to 13 Artillery Road||1 to 13 Artillery Road||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 993||9/2/258/||1 to 13 Artillery Road, Pretoria||1 to 13 Artillery Road||1 to 13 Artillery Road||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 994||9/2/228/0001/032-001||Old Hebrew High School Building, Hillbrow, Johannesburg.||Old Hebrew High School Building||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||This building was designed by Kallenbach and Kennedy during 1910 for J.H. Isaacs. It was built as a Hebrew school with 4 classrooms, 1 assembly hall, a cloakroom and a committee room, at a cost of 2 500. Bedrooms, a kitchen and a sitting room were added i||Register
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| 994||9/2/228/0001/032-001||Old Hebrew High School Building, Hillbrow, Johannesburg.||Old Hebrew High School Building||||Johannesburg||GT||||This building was designed by Kallenbach and Kennedy during 1910 for J.H. Isaacs. It was built as a Hebrew school with 4 classrooms, 1 assembly hall, a cloakroom and a committee room, at a cost of 2 500. Bedrooms, a kitchen and a sitting room were added i||Register
 
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| 995||9/2/258/0015||Orange Court, Arcadia, Pretoria||Orange Court||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||
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| 995||9/2/258/0015||Orange Court, Arcadia, Pretoria||Orange Court||||Pretoria||GT||||||
 
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|-
| 996||9/2/258/0036||Leenhoff House, 799 Schoeman Street, Arcadia, Pretoria.||Leenhoff House||799 Schoeman Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Register
+
| 996||9/2/258/0036||Leenhoff House, 799 Schoeman Street, Arcadia, Pretoria.||Leenhoff House||799 Schoeman Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Register
 
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|-
| 997||9/2/223/0002||Horwood Homestead, Edenvale, Germiston District||Horwood Homestead||Remaining Extent of portion of the farm Rietfontein 9||Edenvale||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 997||9/2/223/0002||Horwood Homestead, Edenvale, Germiston District||Horwood Homestead||Remaining Extent of portion of the farm Rietfontein 9||Edenvale||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 998||9/2/258/0011zz||Government House, Bryntirion, Pretoria (General) - Query ???||Government House||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Register - Query
+
| 998||9/2/258/0011zz||Government House, Bryntirion, Pretoria (General) - Query ???||Government House||||Pretoria||GT||||||Register - Query
 
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| 999||9/2/223/0011||St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, F H Odendaal Street, Germiston||St Andrew's Presbyterian Church||F H Odendaal Street||Germiston||Gauteng||226||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 999||9/2/223/0011||St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, F H Odendaal Street, Germiston||St Andrew's Presbyterian Church||F H Odendaal Street||Germiston||GT||226||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1000||9/2/228/0005/001||Conservation Area, Parktown, Johannesburg||Conservation Area||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Heritage Area
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| 1000||9/2/228/0005/001||Conservation Area, Parktown, Johannesburg||Conservation Area||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Heritage Area
 
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| 1001||9/2/228/0157||Jan Smuts Study, Jan Smuts House, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg||Jan Smuts Study||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Heritage Object
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| 1001||9/2/228/0157||Jan Smuts Study, Jan Smuts House, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg||Jan Smuts Study||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 1002||9/2/226/0002||De Rust Farmstead, Boschhoek, Heidelberg District||De Rust Farmstead||||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1002||9/2/226/0002||De Rust Farmstead, Boschhoek, Heidelberg District||De Rust Farmstead||||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1003||9/2/258/0085||National Botanical Gardens, Brummeria, Pretoria||National Botanical Gardens||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1003||9/2/258/0085||National Botanical Gardens, Brummeria, Pretoria||National Botanical Gardens||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1004||9/2/258/0100||Transvaal Museum, Paul Kruger Street, Pretoria||Transvaal Museum||Paul Kruger Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||The Transvaal Museum is a grand-neo classical building, extremely well detailed and forms an important group together with the Old Pretoria City Hall.  It is a fine example of the work of an important colonial architect Mr. J.S. Cleland.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1004||9/2/258/0100||Transvaal Museum, Paul Kruger Street, Pretoria||Transvaal Museum||Paul Kruger Street||Pretoria||GT||||The Transvaal Museum is a grand-neo classical building, extremely well detailed and forms an important group together with the Old Pretoria City Hall.  It is a fine example of the work of an important colonial architect Mr. J.S. Cleland.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1005||9/2/260/0001||Jonkers House, Riebeeck Lake, Randfontein||Jonkers House||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1005||9/2/260/0001||Jonkers House, Riebeeck Lake, Randfontein||Jonkers House||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1006||9/2/258/0026||Mariammen Temple, Asiatic Bazaar, Pretoria||Mariammen Temple||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1006||9/2/258/0026||Mariammen Temple, Asiatic Bazaar, Pretoria||Mariammen Temple||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1007||9/2/228/0099||Cuthberts Building, Eloff Street, Johannesburg||Cuthberts Building||Eloff Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1007||9/2/228/0099||Cuthberts Building, Eloff Street, Johannesburg||Cuthberts Building||Eloff Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1008||9/2/258/0135||Pretoria High School for Boys, Pretoria||Pretoria High School for Boys||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1008||9/2/258/0135||Pretoria High School for Boys, Pretoria||Pretoria High School for Boys||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1009||9/2/228/0216||Bear Lodge, 17 Elm Street, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||Bear Lodge||17 Elm Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1009||9/2/228/0216||Bear Lodge, 17 Elm Street, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||Bear Lodge||17 Elm Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1010||9/2/258/0093/001||State Artillery Stables, Defence Headquaters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria||State Artillery Stables||Potgieter Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1010||9/2/258/0093/001||State Artillery Stables, Defence Headquaters, Potgieter Street, Pretoria||State Artillery Stables||Potgieter Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1011||9/2/228/0087||Terrace Houses, Bertrams, Johannesburg||Terrace Houses||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||160, 161, 162, 186, 187 & 188||These Terraced Houses designed and built in 1905 are a very rare example of terrace housing in Johannesburg. These houses with their bow windows, each topped with a crenallated lintel and a gable above that with a miniature porticoed gable in classical st||Register
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| 1011||9/2/228/0087||Terrace Houses, Bertrams, Johannesburg||Terrace Houses||||Johannesburg||GT||160, 161, 162, 186, 187 & 188||These Terraced Houses designed and built in 1905 are a very rare example of terrace housing in Johannesburg. These houses with their bow windows, each topped with a crenallated lintel and a gable above that with a miniature porticoed gable in classical st||Register
 
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| 1012||9/2/258/0022||Tramshed, Van der Walt Street, Pretoria||Tramshed||Van der Walt Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 1012||9/2/258/0022||Tramshed, Van der Walt Street, Pretoria||Tramshed||Van der Walt Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Register
 
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|-
| 1013||9/2/228/0097||Pilrig House, 1 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Pilrig House||Rockridge Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1013||9/2/228/0097||Pilrig House, 1 Rockridge Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Pilrig House||Rockridge Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1014||9/2/260/0007||Town Hall, cnr Struben and Sutherland Streets, Randfontein||Town Hall||cnr Struben and Sutherland Streets||Randfontein||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1014||9/2/260/0007||Town Hall, cnr Struben and Sutherland Streets, Randfontein||Town Hall||cnr Struben and Sutherland Streets||Randfontein||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1015||9/2/287/0001||Wood and Iron House, Akasia, Wonderboom District||Wood and Iron House||||||Gauteng||||This prefabricated verandaed cottage dating from 1907 is an unuswal example of a wood-and iron Transvaal farmhouse.  The speed with which it could be unpacked and erected made it an ideal means of accommodating the owner in a short space of time.  The min||Provisional Protection
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| 1015||9/2/287/0001||Wood and Iron House, Akasia, Wonderboom District||Wood and Iron House||||||GT||||This prefabricated verandaed cottage dating from 1907 is an unuswal example of a wood-and iron Transvaal farmhouse.  The speed with which it could be unpacked and erected made it an ideal means of accommodating the owner in a short space of time.  The min||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1016||9/2/228/0039||Casa Bedo, Waverley, Johannesburg||Casa Bedo||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||Casa Bedo is an extremely important house in the development of the South African architecture, being the adaptation of the Prairie House to this country.  It created a whole new fashion which spread beyond Johannesburg.  The building was designed by Doug||Register
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| 1016||9/2/228/0039||Casa Bedo, Waverley, Johannesburg||Casa Bedo||||Johannesburg||GT||||Casa Bedo is an extremely important house in the development of the South African architecture, being the adaptation of the Prairie House to this country.  It created a whole new fashion which spread beyond Johannesburg.  The building was designed by Doug||Register
 
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| 1017||9/2/228/0177||Mandela House, Ngakane Street, Orlando West, Soweto, Johannesburg||Mandela House||Ngakane Street||Soweto||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1017||9/2/228/0177||Mandela House, Ngakane Street, Orlando West, Soweto, Johannesburg||Mandela House||Ngakane Street||Soweto||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1018||9/2/258/0076||Lion Bridge, Church Street East, Pretoria||Lion Bridge||Church Street East||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1018||9/2/258/0076||Lion Bridge, Church Street East, Pretoria||Lion Bridge||Church Street East||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1019||9/2/258/0126||Springbok Park, Schoeman Street, Hatfield, Pretoria||Springbok Park||Schoeman Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1019||9/2/258/0126||Springbok Park, Schoeman Street, Hatfield, Pretoria||Springbok Park||Schoeman Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1020||9/2/228/0058||143 Fulham Road, Brixton, Johannesburg||143 Fulham Road||143 Fulham Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1020||9/2/228/0058||143 Fulham Road, Brixton, Johannesburg||143 Fulham Road||143 Fulham Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1021||9/2/228/0004||Ansteys, Jeppe Street, Johannesburg||Ansteys||Jeppe Street, cnr Joubert Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1021||9/2/228/0004||Ansteys, Jeppe Street, Johannesburg||Ansteys||Jeppe Street, cnr Joubert Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1022||9/2/228/0061||De Klerk's Coppersmith, Doornfontein, Johannesburg||De Klerk's Coppersmith||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1022||9/2/228/0061||De Klerk's Coppersmith, Doornfontein, Johannesburg||De Klerk's Coppersmith||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1023||9/2/228/0096||Crown Mines Head Office, Crown Mines, Johannesburg||Crown Mines Head Office||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1023||9/2/228/0096||Crown Mines Head Office, Crown Mines, Johannesburg||Crown Mines Head Office||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1024||9/2/228/0115||Stone Ledge, St David Road, Houghton, Johannesburg||Old Stone Ledge||St. David Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1024||9/2/228/0115||Stone Ledge, St David Road, Houghton, Johannesburg||Old Stone Ledge||St. David Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 1025||9/2/258/0034||Brook House, 109 Brook Street, Brooklyn, Pretoria||Brook House||109 Brook Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 1025||9/2/258/0034||Brook House, 109 Brook Street, Brooklyn, Pretoria||Brook House||109 Brook Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Register
 
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|-
| 1026||9/2/228/0198||King Edward VII School, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||King Edward VII School||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1026||9/2/228/0198||King Edward VII School, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||King Edward VII School||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1027||9/2/228/0085||Phoenix Foundry, 87 Hay Street, Ophirton, Johannesburg||Phoenix Foundry||87 Hay Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Register
+
| 1027||9/2/228/0085||Phoenix Foundry, 87 Hay Street, Ophirton, Johannesburg||Phoenix Foundry||87 Hay Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Register
 
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|-
| 1028||9/2/259/0001||The Windmill, Olivedale, Randburg||The Windmill||||Randburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1028||9/2/259/0001||The Windmill, Olivedale, Randburg||The Windmill||||Randburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1029||9/2/258/0133||Boiler and Blower House, Old Pretoria Iron Mines, Iscor, Pretoria||Boiler and Blower House||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1029||9/2/258/0133||Boiler and Blower House, Old Pretoria Iron Mines, Iscor, Pretoria||Boiler and Blower House||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1030||9/2/228/0003||The View, Parktown, Johannesburg||The View||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1030||9/2/228/0003||The View, Parktown, Johannesburg||The View||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1031||9/2/258/0101||Libertas, George Washington Boulevard, Bryntirion, Pretoria||Libertas||George Washington Boulevard||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1031||9/2/258/0101||Libertas, George Washington Boulevard, Bryntirion, Pretoria||Libertas||George Washington Boulevard||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1032||9/2/226/0004||Dutch Reformed Church, H F Verwoerd Street, Heidelberg||Dutch Reformed Church||Begemann & Church Streets ????||Heidelberg||Gauteng||524||The church was inaugurated in 1890. At a meeting held in the basement hall on 24 July 1903, it was decided to establish a "Volkskool ". As a result of this, the present "Hoër Volkskool" and the Heidelberg Training College came into being.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1032||9/2/226/0004||Dutch Reformed Church, H F Verwoerd Street, Heidelberg||Dutch Reformed Church||Begemann & Church Streets ????||Heidelberg||GT||524||The church was inaugurated in 1890. At a meeting held in the basement hall on 24 July 1903, it was decided to establish a "Volkskool ". As a result of this, the present "Hoër Volkskool" and the Heidelberg Training College came into being.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1033||9/2/258/0028||Erasmus House, Erasmusrand, Pretoria||Erasmus House||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1033||9/2/258/0028||Erasmus House, Erasmusrand, Pretoria||Erasmus House||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1034||9/2/258/0111||The Kraal, Brummeria, Pretoria||The Kraal||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1034||9/2/258/0111||The Kraal, Brummeria, Pretoria||The Kraal||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1035||9/2/228/0048||Emoyeni, Parktown, Johannesburg||Emoyeni||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1035||9/2/228/0048||Emoyeni, Parktown, Johannesburg||Emoyeni||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1036||9/2/258/0061||National Cultural History Museum, Boom Street, Pretoria||National Cultural History Museum||Boom Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 1036||9/2/258/0061||National Cultural History Museum, Boom Street, Pretoria||National Cultural History Museum||Boom Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1037||9/2/228/0009||Tracey's Folly, 11 Grace Road, Observatory, Johannesburg||Tracey's Folly||11 Grace Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1037||9/2/228/0009||Tracey's Folly, 11 Grace Road, Observatory, Johannesburg||Tracey's Folly||11 Grace Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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|-
| 1038||9/2/228/241/1||Women's Project: Lillian Ngoyi Grave, Avalon Cemetery, Soweto||||||Soweto||Gauteng||||||
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| 1038||9/2/228/241/1||Women's Project: Lillian Ngoyi Grave, Avalon Cemetery, Soweto||||||Soweto||GT||||||
 
|-
 
|-
| 1039||9/2/228/241/2||Women's Project: Helen Joseph Grave, Avalon Cemetery, Soweto||||||Soweto||Gauteng||||||
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| 1039||9/2/228/241/2||Women's Project: Helen Joseph Grave, Avalon Cemetery, Soweto||||||Soweto||GT||||||
 
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|-
| 1040||9/2/228/241/3||Women's Project: Charlotte Maxeke Grave, Nancefield, Soweto||||Soweto, Johannesburg||Soweto||Gauteng||Unknown||STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE  The graves of Charlotte Makhomo Maxeke, Helen Joseph and Lilian Ngoyi is a tangible representation of their significant contribution to cultural development, education, cross-cultural exchange, African independent churches, advo||National Heritage Site
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| 1040||9/2/228/241/3||Women's Project: Charlotte Maxeke Grave, Nancefield, Soweto||||Soweto, Johannesburg||Soweto||GT||Unknown||STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE  The graves of Charlotte Makhomo Maxeke, Helen Joseph and Lilian Ngoyi is a tangible representation of their significant contribution to cultural development, education, cross-cultural exchange, African independent churches, advo||National Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1041||9/2/258/0097||The  Voortrekker Monument||Voortrekker Monument||Pretoria||||Gauteng||||This site is named for the architecturally unique Art Deco Monument, of which the idea was first mooted by Pres. S.J.P. Kruger in 1888 and which was constructed between 1937 and 1949 with funds made available, inter alia by the then Smuts-government. Nume||
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| 1041||9/2/258/0097||The  Voortrekker Monument||Voortrekker Monument||Pretoria||||GT||||This site is named for the architecturally unique Art Deco Monument, of which the idea was first mooted by Pres. S.J.P. Kruger in 1888 and which was constructed between 1937 and 1949 with funds made available, inter alia by the then Smuts-government. Nume||
 
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|-
| 1042||9/2/228/0189||Dorkay House, 5/7 Eloff Street, Johannesburg||Dorkay House||5/7 Eloff Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1042||9/2/228/0189||Dorkay House, 5/7 Eloff Street, Johannesburg||Dorkay House||5/7 Eloff Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
|-
 
|-
| 1043||9/2/233/0032||Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 32), Gauteng||||Cradle||n/a||Gauteng||173 IQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
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| 1043||9/2/233/0032||Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 32), GT||||Cradle||n/a||GT||173 IQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
 
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| 1044||9/2/260/0003||Old Mining Commissioner's Post and Telegraph Office Building, 70 Market Street, Kocksoord, Randfontein||Old Mining Commissioner's Post and Telegraph Office Building||70 Market Street||Randfontein||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1044||9/2/260/0003||Old Mining Commissioner's Post and Telegraph Office Building, 70 Market Street, Kocksoord, Randfontein||Old Mining Commissioner's Post and Telegraph Office Building||70 Market Street||Randfontein||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1045||9/2/258/0002||Dutch Reformed Church, Kirkness Street, Pretoria East, Pretoria||Dutch Reformed Church||Kirkness Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 1045||9/2/258/0002||Dutch Reformed Church, Kirkness Street, Pretoria East, Pretoria||Dutch Reformed Church||Kirkness Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
|-
 
|-
| 1046||9/2/233/0032||Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 38), Gauteng||||Cradle||n/a||Gauteng||173 IQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
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| 1046||9/2/233/0032||Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 38), GT||||Cradle||n/a||GT||173 IQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
 
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| 1047||9/2/233/0024||Coopers, Zwartkrans 172 IQ, Gauteng||Coopers||Cradle||Krugersdorp||Gauteng||172 IQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National heritage Site
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| 1047||9/2/233/0024||Coopers, Zwartkrans 172 IQ, GT||Coopers||Cradle||Krugersdorp||GT||172 IQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1048||9/2/233/0018||Drimolen, Sterkfontein 519 JQ, Gauteng||Drimolen||Cradle||n/a||Gauteng||519 JQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
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| 1048||9/2/233/0018||Drimolen, Sterkfontein 519 JQ, GT||Drimolen||Cradle||n/a||GT||519 JQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1049||9/2/233/0017||Gladysvale, Uitkomst 499 JQ, Gauteng||||Cradle||n/a||Gauteng||499 JQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
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| 1049||9/2/233/0017||Gladysvale, Uitkomst 499 JQ, GT||||Cradle||n/a||GT||499 JQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
 
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| 1050||9/2/258/0003||Hervormde Church, Du Toit Street, Pretoria||Hervormde Church||Du Toit Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1050||9/2/258/0003||Hervormde Church, Du Toit Street, Pretoria||Hervormde Church||Du Toit Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1051||9/2/233/0032||Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 12), Gauteng||||Cradle||n/a||Gauteng||173 IQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes.  Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsul||National Heritage Site
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| 1051||9/2/233/0032||Bolts Farm, Sterkfontein 173 IQ (portion 12), GT||||Cradle||n/a||GT||173 IQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes.  Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsul||National Heritage Site
 
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| 1052||9/2/223/0004||Simmer and Jack Mine Houses, Main Reef Road, Germiston||Simmer and Jack Mine Houses||||Germiston||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
+
| 1052||9/2/223/0004||Simmer and Jack Mine Houses, Main Reef Road, Germiston||Simmer and Jack Mine Houses||||Germiston||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1053||9/2/258/0075||17 Ben Viljoen Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||17 Ben Viljoen Road, Voortrekkerhoogte||17 Ben Viljoen Road||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1053||9/2/258/0075||17 Ben Viljoen Road, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||17 Ben Viljoen Road, Voortrekkerhoogte||17 Ben Viljoen Road||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1054||9/2/258/0035||Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary, New Muckleneuk, Pretoria||Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1054||9/2/258/0035||Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary, New Muckleneuk, Pretoria||Austin Roberts Bird Sanctuary||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1055||9/2/228/0072||29 Durris Street, Forest Town, Johannesburg||29 Durris Street, Forest Town||29 Durris Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1055||9/2/228/0072||29 Durris Street, Forest Town, Johannesburg||29 Durris Street, Forest Town||29 Durris Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1056||9/2/228/0071||Lion House, 20 Roberts Avenue, Kensington, Johannesburg||Lion House||20 Roberts Avenue||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
+
| 1056||9/2/228/0071||Lion House, 20 Roberts Avenue, Kensington, Johannesburg||Lion House||20 Roberts Avenue||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1057||9/2/228/0021||Zaxonia-and -Hanson Building, Diagonal Street, Johannesburg||Zaxonia-&-Hanson Building||Diagonal Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1057||9/2/228/0021||Zaxonia-and -Hanson Building, Diagonal Street, Johannesburg||Zaxonia-&-Hanson Building||Diagonal Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1058||9/2/228/0137||House of Dr Xuma, 73 Toby Road, Sophiatown, Johannesburg||House of Dr Xuma||73 Toby Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1058||9/2/228/0137||House of Dr Xuma, 73 Toby Road, Sophiatown, Johannesburg||House of Dr Xuma||73 Toby Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1059||9/2/258/0050||Pioneers House, Boekenhoutkloof, District Pretoria||Pioneers House||||||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1059||9/2/258/0050||Pioneers House, Boekenhoutkloof, District Pretoria||Pioneers House||||||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1060||9/2/228/0070||Poswohl Synagogue, Mooi Street, Johannesburg||Poswohl Synagogue||Mooi Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1060||9/2/228/0070||Poswohl Synagogue, Mooi Street, Johannesburg||Poswohl Synagogue||Mooi Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1061||9/2/228/0044||The Cullinan, 3 Ash Street, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||The Cullinan||3 Ash Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1061||9/2/228/0044||The Cullinan, 3 Ash Street, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||The Cullinan||3 Ash Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1062||9/2/228/0083||Gable Ends, 3 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Gable Ends||3 Jubilee Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1062||9/2/228/0083||Gable Ends, 3 Jubilee Road, Parktown, Johannesburg||Gable Ends||3 Jubilee Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1063||9/2/228/0045||Glenshiel, Woolston Road, Westcliff, Johannesburg||Glenshiel||Woolston Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1063||9/2/228/0045||Glenshiel, Woolston Road, Westcliff, Johannesburg||Glenshiel||Woolston Road||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1064||9/2/258/0120||Magsa Flats, 734 Arcadia Road, Arcadia, Pretoria||Magsa Flats||734 Arcadia Road||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1064||9/2/258/0120||Magsa Flats, 734 Arcadia Road, Arcadia, Pretoria||Magsa Flats||734 Arcadia Road||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1065||9/2/258/0074||Tudor Chambers, Church Square, Pretoria||Tudor Chambers||Church Square||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1065||9/2/258/0074||Tudor Chambers, Church Square, Pretoria||Tudor Chambers||Church Square||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1066||9/2/258/0051||3 Hazelwood Road, Hazelwood, Pretoria||3 Hazelwood Road||3 Hazelwood Road||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1066||9/2/258/0051||3 Hazelwood Road, Hazelwood, Pretoria||3 Hazelwood Road||3 Hazelwood Road||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1067||9/2/228/0049||Barclays Bank Museum, 90 Market Street, Johannesburg||Barclays Bank Museum||90 Market Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1067||9/2/228/0049||Barclays Bank Museum, 90 Market Street, Johannesburg||Barclays Bank Museum||90 Market Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1068||9/2/228/0138||33 Toby Street, Sophiatown, Johannesburg||33 Toby Street, Sophiatown||33 Toby Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1068||9/2/228/0138||33 Toby Street, Sophiatown, Johannesburg||33 Toby Street, Sophiatown||33 Toby Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1069||9/2/258/0027||Pioneer House, Silverton, Pretoria||Pioneer House||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1069||9/2/258/0027||Pioneer House, Silverton, Pretoria||Pioneer House||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1070||9/2/258/0004||Northern Transvaal Command Headquarters, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||Northern Transvaal Command Headquarters||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1070||9/2/258/0004||Northern Transvaal Command Headquarters, Voortrekkerhoogte, Pretoria||Northern Transvaal Command Headquarters||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1071||9/2/258/0062||Old NZASM Goods Office, Railway Street, Pretoria||Old NZASM Goods Office||Railway Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1071||9/2/258/0062||Old NZASM Goods Office, Railway Street, Pretoria||Old NZASM Goods Office||Railway Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1072||9/2/258/0138||Arkleton, 852 Schoeman Street, Arcadia, Pretoria||Arkleton||852 Schoeman Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provisional Protection
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| 1072||9/2/258/0138||Arkleton, 852 Schoeman Street, Arcadia, Pretoria||Arkleton||852 Schoeman Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provisional Protection
 
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|-
| 1073||9/2/228/0205||Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg||Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1073||9/2/228/0205||Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park, Braamfontein Cemetery, Johannesburg||Enoch Sontonga Memorial Park||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1074||9/2/258/0070||Rondegeluk, Pretorius Street, Pretoria||Rondegeluk||Pretorius Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||
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| 1074||9/2/258/0070||Rondegeluk, Pretorius Street, Pretoria||Rondegeluk||Pretorius Street||Pretoria||GT||||||
 
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|-
| 1075||9/2/287/0005||Veterinary Research Institute, Onderstepoort, Wonderboom District||Veterinary Research Institute||||||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1075||9/2/287/0005||Veterinary Research Institute, Onderstepoort, Wonderboom District||Veterinary Research Institute||||||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1076||9/2/258/0025||Staats Meisies School, Visagie Street, Pretoria||Staats Meisies School||Visagie Street, cnr Prinsloo Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1076||9/2/258/0025||Staats Meisies School, Visagie Street, Pretoria||Staats Meisies School||Visagie Street, cnr Prinsloo Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1077||9/2/262/0014||Old Municipal Chambers, Berlandina Street, Roodepoort||Old Municipal Chambers||Berlandina Street||Roodepoort||Gauteng||||This building was designed by Charles Hosking and completed in 1906 as the first permanent office building for the Roodepoort-Maraisburg Municipality. It served this purpose until 1936. The western wing was designed by the firm Baker & Fleming and added o||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1077||9/2/262/0014||Old Municipal Chambers, Berlandina Street, Roodepoort||Old Municipal Chambers||Berlandina Street||Roodepoort||GT||||This building was designed by Charles Hosking and completed in 1906 as the first permanent office building for the Roodepoort-Maraisburg Municipality. It served this purpose until 1936. The western wing was designed by the firm Baker & Fleming and added o||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1078||9/2/228/0171||Dutch Reformed Church, cnr Op De Bergen and Corrie Streets, Jeppestown, Johannesburg||Dutch Reformed Church||cnr Op De Bergen and Corrie Streets||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1078||9/2/228/0171||Dutch Reformed Church, cnr Op De Bergen and Corrie Streets, Jeppestown, Johannesburg||Dutch Reformed Church||cnr Op De Bergen and Corrie Streets||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1079||9/2/277/0011||Dutch Reformed Church, Vereeniging||Dutch Reformed Church||||Vereeniging||Gauteng||||||Register
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| 1079||9/2/277/0011||Dutch Reformed Church, Vereeniging||Dutch Reformed Church||||Vereeniging||GT||||||Register
 
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|-
| 1080||9/2/258/0001||Old Arts Building, University of Pretoria, Pretoria||Old Arts Building||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||The Old Arts Building is architecturally noteworthy and is symbolic of the origin of the University of Pretoria.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1080||9/2/258/0001||Old Arts Building, University of Pretoria, Pretoria||Old Arts Building||||Pretoria||GT||||The Old Arts Building is architecturally noteworthy and is symbolic of the origin of the University of Pretoria.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1081||9/2/258/0072||1225 Felix Street, Mountain View, Pretoria||1225 Felix Street, Mountain View||1225 Felix Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1081||9/2/258/0072||1225 Felix Street, Mountain View, Pretoria||1225 Felix Street, Mountain View||1225 Felix Street||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1082||9/2/228/0179||The Wilds, Houghton, Johannesburg||The Wilds||||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1082||9/2/228/0179||The Wilds, Houghton, Johannesburg||The Wilds||||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1083||9/2/258/0067||Union Buildings, Meintjieskop, Pretoria||Union Buildings||Union Buildings||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1083||9/2/258/0067||Union Buildings, Meintjieskop, Pretoria||Union Buildings||Union Buildings||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1084||9/2/228/0197||Paul Loewenstein Collection, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg||Paul Loewenstein Collection||University of the Witwatersrand||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Heritage Object
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| 1084||9/2/228/0197||Paul Loewenstein Collection, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg||Paul Loewenstein Collection||University of the Witwatersrand||Johannesburg||GT||||||Heritage Object
 
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|-
| 1085||9/2/228/0116||57 St Patrick's Road, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||57 St Patrick's Road||57 St. Patrick's Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||974 & 975||The house was built in 1903 at a cost of 8 775 pounds to the design of Leck and Emley.  The stables, coach house, gate posts and servants quarters were erected in 1904.  It is representative of the eclecticism of the Victorian Edwardian architecture. The ||Register
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| 1085||9/2/228/0116||57 St Patrick's Road, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||57 St Patrick's Road||57 St. Patrick's Road||Johannesburg||GT||974 & 975||The house was built in 1903 at a cost of 8 775 pounds to the design of Leck and Emley.  The stables, coach house, gate posts and servants quarters were erected in 1904.  It is representative of the eclecticism of the Victorian Edwardian architecture. The ||Register
 
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| 1086||9/2/233/0014||Kitty Steam Locomotive, SA National Railway and Steam Museum, Krugersdorp||Kitty Steam Locomotive||||Krugersdorp||Gauteng||||||Heritage Object
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| 1086||9/2/233/0014||Kitty Steam Locomotive, SA National Railway and Steam Museum, Krugersdorp||Kitty Steam Locomotive||||Krugersdorp||GT||||||Heritage Object
 
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|-
| 1087||9/2/233/0035||Plover's  Lake, Kromdraai 520 JQ, Gauteng||||Cradle||n/a||Gauteng||520 JQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
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| 1087||9/2/233/0035||Plover's  Lake, Kromdraai 520 JQ, GT||||Cradle||n/a||GT||520 JQ||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
 
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|-
| 1088||||Minnaars, Danielsrust 518 JQ (previously 517 JQ), Gauteng||||Cradle||n/a||Gauteng||518 JQ (previously 517 JQ)||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
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| 1088||||Minnaars, Danielsrust 518 JQ (previously 517 JQ), GT||||Cradle||n/a||GT||518 JQ (previously 517 JQ)||This series of fossil sites is one of the most important in the world for the study of human evolution in the context of changing ecological and biological processes. Collectively, they are of national and international significance because they encapsula||National Heritage Site
 
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| 1089||9/2/228/0081||Darjeeling House, St John's Road, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||Darjeeling House||St. John's Road||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||Darjeeling House was designed by Mr T Schaerer, a well-known Johannesburg architect, and erected in 1910.  The building has a simplified Dutch gable and long covered verandah.  Except for additions in 1913 and 1976, alterations had been limited.  The spac||Register
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| 1089||9/2/228/0081||Darjeeling House, St John's Road, Houghton Estate, Johannesburg||Darjeeling House||St. John's Road||Johannesburg||GT||||Darjeeling House was designed by Mr T Schaerer, a well-known Johannesburg architect, and erected in 1910.  The building has a simplified Dutch gable and long covered verandah.  Except for additions in 1913 and 1976, alterations had been limited.  The spac||Register
 
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| 1090||9/2/228/0126||Gandhi House, 19 Albermarle Street, Troyeville, Johannesburg||Gandhi House||19 Albermarle Street||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1090||9/2/228/0126||Gandhi House, 19 Albermarle Street, Troyeville, Johannesburg||Gandhi House||19 Albermarle Street||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1091||9/2/262/0002||Roodepoort Town School, Rex Street, Roodepoort||Roodepoort Town School||Rex Street||Roodepoort||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1091||9/2/262/0002||Roodepoort Town School, Rex Street, Roodepoort||Roodepoort Town School||Rex Street||Roodepoort||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1092||9/2/258/0014||115 Charles Street, Brooklyn, Pretoria||115 Charles Street||115 Charles Street||Pretoria||Gauteng||822||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1092||9/2/258/0014||115 Charles Street, Brooklyn, Pretoria||115 Charles Street||115 Charles Street||Pretoria||GT||822||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1093||9/2/258/0006||Nederlandsche Bank Building, Church Square, Pretoria||Nederlandsche Bank Building||Church Square||Pretoria||Gauteng||Rm Ptn 2 of 365;Rm Ptn 4 of 366; Rem 366;Ptn 3 (part of Ptn2) of 2574;Rm Ptn 2 of & Rm 2574||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1093||9/2/258/0006||Nederlandsche Bank Building, Church Square, Pretoria||Nederlandsche Bank Building||Church Square||Pretoria||GT||Rm Ptn 2 of 365;Rm Ptn 4 of 366; Rem 366;Ptn 3 (part of Ptn2) of 2574;Rm Ptn 2 of & Rm 2574||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1094||9/2/228/0121||Villa D'Este, 82 Jan Smuts Avenue, Saxonwold, Johannesburg||Villa D'Este||82 Jan Smuts Avenue||Johannesburg||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1094||9/2/228/0121||Villa D'Este, 82 Jan Smuts Avenue, Saxonwold, Johannesburg||Villa D'Este||82 Jan Smuts Avenue||Johannesburg||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1095||9/2/258/0064||Smuts House, Doornkloof, Irene, Pretoria||Smuts House||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||Field-Marshal the Rt Hon. J C Smuts, second Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa and a prominent figure in world affairs, lived in this house for a considerable part of his life.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1095||9/2/258/0064||Smuts House, Doornkloof, Irene, Pretoria||Smuts House||||Pretoria||GT||||Field-Marshal the Rt Hon. J C Smuts, second Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa and a prominent figure in world affairs, lived in this house for a considerable part of his life.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1096||9/2/258/0066||Landing Site of the 'Voortrekker', University of Pretoria Experimental Farm, Pretoria||Landing Site of the 'Voortrekker'||||Pretoria||Gauteng||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1096||9/2/258/0066||Landing Site of the 'Voortrekker', University of Pretoria Experimental Farm, Pretoria||Landing Site of the 'Voortrekker'||||Pretoria||GT||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1097||9/2/233/0033||Motsetse, Tweefontein 523 JQ, Gauteng||||Cradle||n/a||Gauteng||523 JQ||Twelve fossil sites in the Cradle of Humankind have been declared National Heritage Sites. Some of these have evidence of early fossil hominids including Australopithecines, Paranthropines and early Homo dating back to at least the last three million year||National Heritage Site
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| 1097||9/2/233/0033||Motsetse, Tweefontein 523 JQ, GT||||Cradle||n/a||GT||523 JQ||Twelve fossil sites in the Cradle of Humankind have been declared National Heritage Sites. Some of these have evidence of early fossil hominids including Australopithecines, Paranthropines and early Homo dating back to at least the last three million year||National Heritage Site
 
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| 1098||9/2/415/0001||Hindu Thirukootam and Shree Ganaser Temple, 113 Forbes Street, Ladysmith||Hindu Thirukootam and Shree Ganaser Temple||113 Forbes Street||Ladysmith||KwaZulu-Natal||800||A declared national monument||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1098||9/2/415/0001||Hindu Thirukootam and Shree Ganaser Temple, 113 Forbes Street, Ladysmith||Hindu Thirukootam and Shree Ganaser Temple||113 Forbes Street||Ladysmith||KZN||800||A declared national monument||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1099||9/2/412/0002||37-41 Todd (Cnr Wick) Street, Verulam, Inanda District||37-41 Todd (Cnr Wick) Street||37-41 Todd (Cnr Wicks) Street||Verulam||KwaZulu-Natal||210||||Provisional Protection
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| 1099||9/2/412/0002||37-41 Todd (Cnr Wick) Street, Verulam, Inanda District||37-41 Todd (Cnr Wick) Street||37-41 Todd (Cnr Wicks) Street||Verulam||KZN||210||||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1100||9/2/407/0008||Sastri College, 20 Winterton Walk, Durban||Sastri College||20 Winterton Walk||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||3184 & 3185||Of cultural significance||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1100||9/2/407/0008||Sastri College, 20 Winterton Walk, Durban||Sastri College||20 Winterton Walk||Durban||KZN||3184 & 3185||Of cultural significance||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1101||9/2/408/0005||Eshowe Jail, John Ross Highway, Eshowe||Eshowe Gaol||, Eshowe||Eshowe||KwaZulu-Natal||523||This historic complex was erected in 1900 as a second-class prison. During 1901 it served as a trans||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1101||9/2/408/0005||Eshowe Jail, John Ross Highway, Eshowe||Eshowe Gaol||, Eshowe||Eshowe||KZN||523||This historic complex was erected in 1900 as a second-class prison. During 1901 it served as a trans||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1102||9/2/408/0004-001||Fort Kwamondi, Eshowe||Fort Kwamondi|| Eshowe||Eshowe||KwaZulu-Natal||Eshowe Mission Station & 7638||This fort was built during the Zulu War of 1879 by the forces under the command of Col. Pearson.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1102||9/2/408/0004-001||Fort Kwamondi, Eshowe||Fort Kwamondi|| Eshowe||Eshowe||KZN||Eshowe Mission Station & 7638||This fort was built during the Zulu War of 1879 by the forces under the command of Col. Pearson.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1103||9/2/407/0055||Main Post Office, West (Cnr Gardiner) Street, Durban||Main Post Office||West Street (Cnr Gardiner) Street||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||1737||The building is an outstanding example of neo-classical architecture and played an important part in th||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1103||9/2/407/0055||Main Post Office, West (Cnr Gardiner) Street, Durban||Main Post Office||West Street (Cnr Gardiner) Street||Durban||KZN||1737||The building is an outstanding example of neo-classical architecture and played an important part in th||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1104||9/2/407/0010||City Hall and Francis Farewell Gardens, 263 West (Cnr Smith and Gardiner) Street, Durban||Durban City Hall and Francis Farewell Gardens||263 West Street||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||1737||The Durban City Hall, together with the Francis Farewell Gardens, forms an important cultural and hi||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1104||9/2/407/0010||City Hall and Francis Farewell Gardens, 263 West (Cnr Smith and Gardiner) Street, Durban||Durban City Hall and Francis Farewell Gardens||263 West Street||Durban||KZN||1737||The Durban City Hall, together with the Francis Farewell Gardens, forms an important cultural and hi||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1105||9/2/407/0052||Glacial Pavement, Corinthia Road, Durban||Glacial Pavement||Corinthia Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||127||Historical and scientific interest- The glaciated pavement shows striae on Table Mountain sandstone ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1105||9/2/407/0052||Glacial Pavement, Corinthia Road, Durban||Glacial Pavement||Corinthia Road||Durban||KZN||127||Historical and scientific interest- The glaciated pavement shows striae on Table Mountain sandstone ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1106||9/2/407/0051||Wild Fig Trees, West (Cnr Church) Street, Durban||Wild Fig Trees||West Street (Cnr Church) Street||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||1||This property forms an important part of the historic site of the first white settlement west of por||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1106||9/2/407/0051||Wild Fig Trees, West (Cnr Church) Street, Durban||Wild Fig Trees||West Street (Cnr Church) Street||Durban||KZN||1||This property forms an important part of the historic site of the first white settlement west of por||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1107||9/2/407/0006||The Manor House, 14 Nuttall Gardens, Durban||The Manor House||14 Nuttall Gardens||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||744||The Manor House was built c1904 for Sir Liege Hulett, legendary father of Natal's sugar industry, Se||Pending (Declaration)
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| 1107||9/2/407/0006||The Manor House, 14 Nuttall Gardens, Durban||The Manor House||14 Nuttall Gardens||Durban||KZN||744||The Manor House was built c1904 for Sir Liege Hulett, legendary father of Natal's sugar industry, Se||Pending (Declaration)
 
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| 1108||9/2/407/0004||Umbilo Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam Temple, 890 Bellair Road, Durban||Umbilo Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam Temple||Bellair Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||55||The original Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam was the first public Hindu temple to be erected on the Africa||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1108||9/2/407/0004||Umbilo Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam Temple, 890 Bellair Road, Durban||Umbilo Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam Temple||Bellair Road||Durban||KZN||55||The original Shree Ambalavanaar Alayam was the first public Hindu temple to be erected on the Africa||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1109||9/2/407/0056||Durban Light Infantry Head Quarters, 5 DLI Avenue, Durban||Durban Light Infantry Head Quarters||5 DLI Avenue||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||1737||This site is intrinsically connected with the history and tradititions of one of the country's famou||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1109||9/2/407/0056||Durban Light Infantry Head Quarters, 5 DLI Avenue, Durban||Durban Light Infantry Head Quarters||5 DLI Avenue||Durban||KZN||1737||This site is intrinsically connected with the history and tradititions of one of the country's famou||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1110||9/2/407/0049||Riverside Soofie Mosque and Mausoleum, 50 Lower Bridge Road, Durban||Riverside Soofie Mosque||Lower Bridge Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||1||Was erected by celebrated Hajee Soofie who immigrated to South Africa in 1895. He was responsible fo||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1110||9/2/407/0049||Riverside Soofie Mosque and Mausoleum, 50 Lower Bridge Road, Durban||Riverside Soofie Mosque||Lower Bridge Road||Durban||KZN||1||Was erected by celebrated Hajee Soofie who immigrated to South Africa in 1895. He was responsible fo||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1111||9/2/407/0032||Trevean, 258 Wakesleigh (Cnr Kenmare) Road, Durban||Trevean||258 Wakesleigh (Cnr Kenmare) Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||45||This imposing dwelling-house was designed and erected in 1882 by the well-known architects Robert Sellers Upton and Philip Dudgeon. The billiard room was added in 1898.  Trevean House is probably the best example of a late-Colonial Victorian building in N||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1111||9/2/407/0032||Trevean, 258 Wakesleigh (Cnr Kenmare) Road, Durban||Trevean||258 Wakesleigh (Cnr Kenmare) Road||Durban||KZN||45||This imposing dwelling-house was designed and erected in 1882 by the well-known architects Robert Sellers Upton and Philip Dudgeon. The billiard room was added in 1898.  Trevean House is probably the best example of a late-Colonial Victorian building in N||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1112||9/2/407/0054||Queen's Tavern, 16 Stamford Hill Road, Durban||Queen's Tavern||16 Stamford Hill Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||1357 & 1354||Built as a gentlemen's club in 1894, this is one of Durban's few remaining links with the colonial p||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1112||9/2/407/0054||Queen's Tavern, 16 Stamford Hill Road, Durban||Queen's Tavern||16 Stamford Hill Road||Durban||KZN||1357 & 1354||Built as a gentlemen's club in 1894, this is one of Durban's few remaining links with the colonial p||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1113||9/2/407/0020||41 Cedar Road, Congella, Durban||41 Cedar Road, Congella||41 Cedar Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||7972||It is of both architectural and historical significance. It represents one of the last surviving bui||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1113||9/2/407/0020||41 Cedar Road, Congella, Durban||41 Cedar Road, Congella||41 Cedar Road||Durban||KZN||7972||It is of both architectural and historical significance. It represents one of the last surviving bui||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1114||9/2/407/0037||St Louis' Roman Catholic Church, 22 Jacobs Rd, Durban||St Louis' Catholic Church||22 Jacobs Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||775||Site is of Historical importance to Clairwood community.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1114||9/2/407/0037||St Louis' Roman Catholic Church, 22 Jacobs Rd, Durban||St Louis' Catholic Church||22 Jacobs Road||Durban||KZN||775||Site is of Historical importance to Clairwood community.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1115||9/2/407/0033||73 Musgrave Road, Musgrave, Durban||73 Musgrave Road, Musgrave||73 Musgrave Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||2255||This magnificent double-storeyed manor house is and excellent example of a Natal verandah house erec||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1115||9/2/407/0033||73 Musgrave Road, Musgrave, Durban||73 Musgrave Road, Musgrave||73 Musgrave Road||Durban||KZN||2255||This magnificent double-storeyed manor house is and excellent example of a Natal verandah house erec||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1116||9/2/407/0028||Old Fort and Cemetery, Old Fort Road, Durban||Old Fort||Old Fort Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||11654||The Old Fort, now in part transformed into comfortable quarters for ex-service  veterans, contains m||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1116||9/2/407/0028||Old Fort and Cemetery, Old Fort Road, Durban||Old Fort||Old Fort Road||Durban||KZN||11654||The Old Fort, now in part transformed into comfortable quarters for ex-service  veterans, contains m||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1117||9/2/407/0024||Lillieshell, 408 Innes Road, Durban||Lillieshall||408 Innes Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||643||Of Historical and architectural significance||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1117||9/2/407/0024||Lillieshell, 408 Innes Road, Durban||Lillieshall||408 Innes Road||Durban||KZN||643||Of Historical and architectural significance||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1118||9/2/407/0023||Supreme Court, 151 Victoria Embankment, Durban||Supreme Court||Victoria Embankment||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||10004||This building, designed by the architect Stanley Hudson, was erected in 1911.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1118||9/2/407/0023||Supreme Court, 151 Victoria Embankment, Durban||Supreme Court||Victoria Embankment||Durban||KZN||10004||This building, designed by the architect Stanley Hudson, was erected in 1911.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1119||9/2/407/0022||Bellair Railway Station, Sarnia Road, Durban||Bellair Railway Station||Sarnia Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||52||One of the first five stations laid down by NGR and was completed in 1900, forming an integral part ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1119||9/2/407/0022||Bellair Railway Station, Sarnia Road, Durban||Bellair Railway Station||Sarnia Road||Durban||KZN||52||One of the first five stations laid down by NGR and was completed in 1900, forming an integral part ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1120||9/2/407/0021||Bergtheil Museum, 16 Queens Avenue, Westville||Bergtheil Museum||16 Queen's Avenue||Westville||KwaZulu-Natal||1870||Historical and Architectural - Bergthiel House, dating from 1847, formed nucleus of Westville reside||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1120||9/2/407/0021||Bergtheil Museum, 16 Queens Avenue, Westville||Bergtheil Museum||16 Queen's Avenue||Westville||KZN||1870||Historical and Architectural - Bergthiel House, dating from 1847, formed nucleus of Westville reside||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1121||9/2/407/0016||Quadrant House, 114-115 Victoria Embankment, Durban||Quadrant House||Victoria Embankment||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||10004||Corner and vista significance along the Victoria Embankment.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1121||9/2/407/0016||Quadrant House, 114-115 Victoria Embankment, Durban||Quadrant House||Victoria Embankment||Durban||KZN||10004||Corner and vista significance along the Victoria Embankment.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1122||9/2/406/0023/002||Wesleyan Church, 77 McKenzie Street, Dundee||Wesleyan Church||77 McKenzie Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||3981||Swedish Mission Station||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1122||9/2/406/0023/002||Wesleyan Church, 77 McKenzie Street, Dundee||Wesleyan Church||77 McKenzie Street||Dundee||KZN||3981||Swedish Mission Station||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1123||9/2/407/0011||Old Point Railway Station, 111 Point Road, Durban||Old Point Railway Station||111 Point Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||10031||This Victorian railway station dates from the eighteen-ninties when the Natal Government Railways ex||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1123||9/2/407/0011||Old Point Railway Station, 111 Point Road, Durban||Old Point Railway Station||111 Point Road||Durban||KZN||10031||This Victorian railway station dates from the eighteen-ninties when the Natal Government Railways ex||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1124||9/2/407/0019||Colinton, 68 Ridge Road, Durban||Colinton||68 Ridge Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||3210 & 3209||This magnificent residence was built in 1898 by the architect William Street-Wilson for Sir David Hunter, General Manager of the Natal Government Railways from 1879 to 1906.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1124||9/2/407/0019||Colinton, 68 Ridge Road, Durban||Colinton||68 Ridge Road||Durban||KZN||3210 & 3209||This magnificent residence was built in 1898 by the architect William Street-Wilson for Sir David Hunter, General Manager of the Natal Government Railways from 1879 to 1906.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1125||9/2/407/0018||Local History Museum, Aliwal Street, Durban||Local History Museum||Aliwal Street||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||11090||Historical and architectural interest- The building was originally used as a court and post office a||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1125||9/2/407/0018||Local History Museum, Aliwal Street, Durban||Local History Museum||Aliwal Street||Durban||KZN||11090||Historical and architectural interest- The building was originally used as a court and post office a||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1126||9/2/407/0038||Natal Herbarium, 4 Edith Benson Crescent, Durban||Natal Herbarium||4 Edith Benson Crescent||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||3174||This building is significant in terms of the development of botanical knowledge in South Africa and ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1126||9/2/407/0038||Natal Herbarium, 4 Edith Benson Crescent, Durban||Natal Herbarium||4 Edith Benson Crescent||Durban||KZN||3174||This building is significant in terms of the development of botanical knowledge in South Africa and ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1127||9/2/407/0017||Monaltrie, 59 Musgrave Road, Berea, Durban||Monaltrie||59 Musgrave Road, Durban||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||2261||One of the best examples of Victorian architecture in Durban||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1127||9/2/407/0017||Monaltrie, 59 Musgrave Road, Berea, Durban||Monaltrie||59 Musgrave Road, Durban||Durban||KZN||2261||One of the best examples of Victorian architecture in Durban||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1128||9/2/407/0014||Old Greenacres Building, 411-23 West Street, Durban||Greenacres Building||411-423 West Street||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||11 & 13 & 13||||Register
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| 1128||9/2/407/0014||Old Greenacres Building, 411-23 West Street, Durban||Greenacres Building||411-423 West Street||Durban||KZN||11 & 13 & 13||||Register
 
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| 1129||9/2/407/0013||Congella Battlefield, Maydon Road, Durban||Battle of Congella site||Maydon Wharf||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||10011||The battle at Congella led to a protracted siege of a site which is now in the built up area of Durb||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1129||9/2/407/0013||Congella Battlefield, Maydon Road, Durban||Battle of Congella site||Maydon Wharf||Durban||KZN||10011||The battle at Congella led to a protracted siege of a site which is now in the built up area of Durb||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1130||9/2/407/0012||Caister Lodge, 264 Musgrave Road, Durban||Caister Hotel||264 Musgrave Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||2222, 2223 & 2225||The three-storey portion of the hotel complex was erected on the site of Sir Benjamin Greenacre's or||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1130||9/2/407/0012||Caister Lodge, 264 Musgrave Road, Durban||Caister Hotel||264 Musgrave Road||Durban||KZN||2222, 2223 & 2225||The three-storey portion of the hotel complex was erected on the site of Sir Benjamin Greenacre's or||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1131||9/2/406/0005-0012||Lucy Meakin Hall, Dundee High School, Tatham Street, Dundee||Lucy Meakin Hall||Tatham Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||1335||||Pending (Register)
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| 1131||9/2/406/0005-0012||Lucy Meakin Hall, Dundee High School, Tatham Street, Dundee||Lucy Meakin Hall||Tatham Street||Dundee||KZN||1335||||Pending (Register)
 
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| 1132||9/2/415/0008-006||Manchester Regiment Graves, Platrand, Klipriver District||Manchester Regiment Graves||Platrand, Klipriver District||||KwaZulu-Natal||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1132||9/2/415/0008-006||Manchester Regiment Graves, Platrand, Klipriver District||Manchester Regiment Graves||Platrand, Klipriver District||||KZN||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1134||9/2/402/0005||Spioenkop Battlefield, Farm Rhenoster Fontein 1051, Bergville District||Spioenkop Battlefield||Farm Rhenoster Fontein 1051||Bergville||KwaZulu-Natal||1051||On 24-25 January 1900 the Battle of Spioenkop took place on this hill. Between 2500 and 2700 British||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1134||9/2/402/0005||Spioenkop Battlefield, Farm Rhenoster Fontein 1051, Bergville District||Spioenkop Battlefield||Farm Rhenoster Fontein 1051||Bergville||KZN||1051||On 24-25 January 1900 the Battle of Spioenkop took place on this hill. Between 2500 and 2700 British||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1135||9/2/402/0004||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Sharrat Street, Bergville||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Sharrat Street||Bergville||KwaZulu-Natal||233||Historical interest - was erected during later part of the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902) by British tro||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1135||9/2/402/0004||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Sharrat Street, Bergville||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Sharrat Street||Bergville||KZN||233||Historical interest - was erected during later part of the Anglo-Boer war (1899-1902) by British tro||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1136||9/2/402/0001||Retief's Pass, Farm Scheepers Hoek 11337 and Bethel 2186, Bergville District||Retief's Pass||Farms Scheepers Hoek 1332 & Bethel 2186, Bergville District||||KwaZulu-Natal||11337 &  2186||Retief's Pass is closely associated with the history of the Great Trek.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1136||9/2/402/0001||Retief's Pass, Farm Scheepers Hoek 11337 and Bethel 2186, Bergville District||Retief's Pass||Farms Scheepers Hoek 1332 & Bethel 2186, Bergville District||||KZN||11337 &  2186||Retief's Pass is closely associated with the history of the Great Trek.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1137||9/2/415/0008-002||Wagon Hill Cemetery, Ladysmith, Klipriver District||Wagon Hill Cemetery||Ladysmith, Klipriver District||Ladysmith||KwaZulu-Natal||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1137||9/2/415/0008-002||Wagon Hill Cemetery, Ladysmith, Klipriver District||Wagon Hill Cemetery||Ladysmith, Klipriver District||Ladysmith||KZN||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1138||9/2/415/0008-001||Platrand Burgher Monument, Ladysmith, Klipriver District||Platrand Burgher Monument||Ladysmith, Klipriver District||||KwaZulu-Natal||Fouries Kraal 1183||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1138||9/2/415/0008-001||Platrand Burgher Monument, Ladysmith, Klipriver District||Platrand Burgher Monument||Ladysmith, Klipriver District||||KZN||Fouries Kraal 1183||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1139||9/2/406/0015||Judith Dutch Reformed Church and Cemetery, Farm Paddafontein, Dundee District||Judith Dutch Reformed Church||Farm Paddafontein  , Dundee District||||KwaZulu-Natal||A (known as 'Judith')||This stone church with its straight end gables and neo-Gothic windows and doors was inaugurated in J||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1139||9/2/406/0015||Judith Dutch Reformed Church and Cemetery, Farm Paddafontein, Dundee District||Judith Dutch Reformed Church||Farm Paddafontein  , Dundee District||||KZN||A (known as 'Judith')||This stone church with its straight end gables and neo-Gothic windows and doors was inaugurated in J||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1140||9/2/415/0008-004||Caesar's Camp Cemetery, Platrand, Klipriver District||Caesar's Camp Cemetery||Platrand, Klipriver District||||KwaZulu-Natal||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1140||9/2/415/0008-004||Caesar's Camp Cemetery, Platrand, Klipriver District||Caesar's Camp Cemetery||Platrand, Klipriver District||||KZN||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1141||9/2/405/0001||Fort Mistake, Farm Quagga's Kirk 1168, Klip River District||Fort Mistake||Farm Quaggas Kirk 1168||Fort Mistake||KwaZulu-Natal||1168||Historical and architectural interest - Fort Mistake, built in the style of the Indian hill forts, i||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1141||9/2/405/0001||Fort Mistake, Farm Quagga's Kirk 1168, Klip River District||Fort Mistake||Farm Quaggas Kirk 1168||Fort Mistake||KZN||1168||Historical and architectural interest - Fort Mistake, built in the style of the Indian hill forts, i||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1142||9/2/415/0008-005||Manchester Memorial, Platrand, Klipriver District||Manchester Memorial, Platrand||Platrand, Klipriver District||||KwaZulu-Natal||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1142||9/2/415/0008-005||Manchester Memorial, Platrand, Klipriver District||Manchester Memorial, Platrand||Platrand, Klipriver District||||KZN||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1143||12/T/PIL/5||Horseshoe Water Fall, Graskop, Pilgrim's Rest District||Horseshoe Water Fall||||||KwaZulu-Natal||||This waterfall and the basin into which it gradually cascades, as well as the banks of the basin with the surrounding cliffs covered in indigenous plants, form an essential part of the natural beauty of this area.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1143||12/T/PIL/5||Horseshoe Water Fall, Graskop, Pilgrim's Rest District||Horseshoe Water Fall||||||KZN||||This waterfall and the basin into which it gradually cascades, as well as the banks of the basin with the surrounding cliffs covered in indigenous plants, form an essential part of the natural beauty of this area.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1144||9/2/415/0008-003||Memorials, Wagon Point, Klipriver District||Memorials, Wagon Point||Wagon Point, Klipriver District||||KwaZulu-Natal||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1144||9/2/415/0008-003||Memorials, Wagon Point, Klipriver District||Memorials, Wagon Point||Wagon Point, Klipriver District||||KZN||||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1145||9/2/407/0040||Riche's Building, 423 Smith (Cnr Masonic) Street, Durban||Riche's Building||423 Smith (cnr Masonic Grove) Street||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||10679||This building , which is an excellent example of the Classical Revivalist style at the turn of the c||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1145||9/2/407/0040||Riche's Building, 423 Smith (Cnr Masonic) Street, Durban||Riche's Building||423 Smith (cnr Masonic Grove) Street||Durban||KZN||10679||This building , which is an excellent example of the Classical Revivalist style at the turn of the c||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1146||9/2/436/0005-192||Greene's Chambers, 27 Chancery Lane (cnr Change Lane), Pietermaritzburg||Greene's Chambers||27 Chancery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2523||The building has architectural and historical merit and is a rare outstanding example of its type. I||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1146||9/2/436/0005-192||Greene's Chambers, 27 Chancery Lane (cnr Change Lane), Pietermaritzburg||Greene's Chambers||27 Chancery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2523||The building has architectural and historical merit and is a rare outstanding example of its type. I||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1147||9/2/409/0013||Ambleside Military Cemetery, Bridledrift, Estcourt District||Ambleside Military Cemetery||||||KwaZulu-Natal||Varkens Fontein 1138||The Ambleside Military Cemetery including the monument and graves therein in extent approx. 18 X 12 ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1147||9/2/409/0013||Ambleside Military Cemetery, Bridledrift, Estcourt District||Ambleside Military Cemetery||||||KZN||Varkens Fontein 1138||The Ambleside Military Cemetery including the monument and graves therein in extent approx. 18 X 12 ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1148||9/2/422/0004||Garden of Remembrance, MacFarlane Street, Mooi River||Garden of Remembrance||||Mooi River||KwaZulu-Natal||432||A military hospital was established in Mooi River in 1900 and those who died were buried in the ceme||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1148||9/2/422/0004||Garden of Remembrance, MacFarlane Street, Mooi River||Garden of Remembrance||||Mooi River||KZN||432||A military hospital was established in Mooi River in 1900 and those who died were buried in the ceme||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1149||9/2/406/0010||Magistrates Court and Police Station, Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street, Dundee||Magistrate's Court and Police Station||Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||1374||Police station is  one of the oldest and well-conserved structures in Dundee, and is also the best e||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1149||9/2/406/0010||Magistrates Court and Police Station, Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street, Dundee||Magistrate's Court and Police Station||Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street||Dundee||KZN||1374||Police station is  one of the oldest and well-conserved structures in Dundee, and is also the best e||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1150||9/2/407/0002||Atherton, 295 Florida Road, Durban||Atherton||295 Florida Road||Durban||KwaZulu-Natal||785||This house from the early Edwardian period and whose restoration in 1985 cost R1000,000, is one of t||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1150||9/2/407/0002||Atherton, 295 Florida Road, Durban||Atherton||295 Florida Road||Durban||KZN||785||This house from the early Edwardian period and whose restoration in 1985 cost R1000,000, is one of t||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1151||9/2/406/0025||Ryley's Hill, 79 Karel Landman Street, Dundee||Ryley's Hill||79 Karel Landman Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||1496||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1151||9/2/406/0025||Ryley's Hill, 79 Karel Landman Street, Dundee||Ryley's Hill||79 Karel Landman Street||Dundee||KZN||1496||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1152||9/2/406/0024||Pearson House, 48 Tatham Street, Dundee||Pearson House||48 Tatham Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||1338||A substantial home of a local merchant, unusually elegant for a town the size of Dundee. Typical Natal||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1152||9/2/406/0024||Pearson House, 48 Tatham Street, Dundee||Pearson House||48 Tatham Street||Dundee||KZN||1338||A substantial home of a local merchant, unusually elegant for a town the size of Dundee. Typical Natal||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1153||9/2/406/0012/003||Talana Battlefield, Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District: Thornley Homestead||Thornley Homestead||Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District||||KwaZulu-Natal||4339||The Thornley Homestead was erected c1897 after Peter Smith, the founder of the Borough of Dundee, pu||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1153||9/2/406/0012/003||Talana Battlefield, Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District: Thornley Homestead||Thornley Homestead||Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District||||KZN||4339||The Thornley Homestead was erected c1897 after Peter Smith, the founder of the Borough of Dundee, pu||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1154||9/2/406/0012/002||Talana Battlefield, Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District: Talana Museum||Talana Museum||Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District||||KwaZulu-Natal||4339||Historical interest - The Battle of Talana, which took place on 20 October 1899, was the first large||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1154||9/2/406/0012/002||Talana Battlefield, Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District: Talana Museum||Talana Museum||Farm Dundee 4339, Dundee District||||KZN||4339||Historical interest - The Battle of Talana, which took place on 20 October 1899, was the first large||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1155||9/2/403/0001||Cycads, Monteseel Township, Camperdown District||Cycads||Monteseel Township||Inchanga||KwaZulu-Natal||906||Protected indigenous plants||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1155||9/2/403/0001||Cycads, Monteseel Township, Camperdown District||Cycads||Monteseel Township||Inchanga||KZN||906||Protected indigenous plants||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1157||9/2/401/0001||Mgungundlovu, Farm Moordplaats 193, Babanango District||Mgungundlovu||Farm Moordplaats 193||||KwaZulu-Natal||193||Dingane's capital - the size of the homestead was deliberately recreated by Cetshwayo at Ondini.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1157||9/2/401/0001||Mgungundlovu, Farm Moordplaats 193, Babanango District||Mgungundlovu||Farm Moordplaats 193||||KZN||193||Dingane's capital - the size of the homestead was deliberately recreated by Cetshwayo at Ondini.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1159||9/2/406/0008||Old Boswell's Store, 74 Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street, Dundee||Old Boswell's Store||74 Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||616||This building forms an important part in the architecture of the streetscape of Gladstone Street and||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1159||9/2/406/0008||Old Boswell's Store, 74 Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street, Dundee||Old Boswell's Store||74 Gladstone (Cnr Beaconsfield) Street||Dundee||KZN||616||This building forms an important part in the architecture of the streetscape of Gladstone Street and||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1160||9/2/406/0006||Rorke's Drift Battlefield, Farm Oscarsberg 2254, Dundee District||Rorke's Drift Battlefield||Farm Oscarsberg 2254||||KwaZulu-Natal||2254||Here the Battle of Rorke's Drift was fought during the afternoon and night of 22 January 1879. A small British force of two officers and 110 men defended themselves bravely against the repeated attacks of some 4,000 Zulus. Eleven Victoria Crosses were awa||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1160||9/2/406/0006||Rorke's Drift Battlefield, Farm Oscarsberg 2254, Dundee District||Rorke's Drift Battlefield||Farm Oscarsberg 2254||||KZN||2254||Here the Battle of Rorke's Drift was fought during the afternoon and night of 22 January 1879. A small British force of two officers and 110 men defended themselves bravely against the repeated attacks of some 4,000 Zulus. Eleven Victoria Crosses were awa||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1161||9/2/406/0017||The Hollies, 29-31 Union Street, Dundee||The Hollies||29-31 Union Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||4335||This elegant, recently restored home is one of the largest and best preserved in Dundee.  The qualit||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1161||9/2/406/0017||The Hollies, 29-31 Union Street, Dundee||The Hollies||29-31 Union Street||Dundee||KZN||4335||This elegant, recently restored home is one of the largest and best preserved in Dundee.  The qualit||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1162||9/2/406/0005||Dundee High School, Tatham Street, Dundee||Dundee High School||Tatham Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||1335||Of historical, cultural, architectural and environmental significance as it is alandmark in Dundee a||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1162||9/2/406/0005||Dundee High School, Tatham Street, Dundee||Dundee High School||Tatham Street||Dundee||KZN||1335||Of historical, cultural, architectural and environmental significance as it is alandmark in Dundee a||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1163||9/2/406/0003||Apostolic Faith Mission Church, 17 Gray Street, Dundee||Apostolic Faith Mission Church||17 Gray Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||579||Historical and architectural interest - A Gothic revival style building built in 1889 and also playe||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1163||9/2/406/0003||Apostolic Faith Mission Church, 17 Gray Street, Dundee||Apostolic Faith Mission Church||17 Gray Street||Dundee||KZN||579||Historical and architectural interest - A Gothic revival style building built in 1889 and also playe||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1164||9/2/405/0002||Pro Nobis, Fort Mistake, Klip River District||Pro Nobis||Farm Quaggas Kirk 1168,||Fort Mistake||KwaZulu-Natal||1168||This dwelling-house, built of dressed stone, is an excellent example of a smaller Natal farmhouse in the Victorian style.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1164||9/2/405/0002||Pro Nobis, Fort Mistake, Klip River District||Pro Nobis||Farm Quaggas Kirk 1168,||Fort Mistake||KZN||1168||This dwelling-house, built of dressed stone, is an excellent example of a smaller Natal farmhouse in the Victorian style.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1165||9/2/406/0021||Coniston, 1 Harvey Street, Dundee||Coniston||1 Harvey Street||Dundee||KwaZulu-Natal||Subdivision 10 of Lot 2160||Historical and architectural - A substantially well-constructed home which has been in the hands of ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1165||9/2/406/0021||Coniston, 1 Harvey Street, Dundee||Coniston||1 Harvey Street||Dundee||KZN||Subdivision 10 of Lot 2160||Historical and architectural - A substantially well-constructed home which has been in the hands of ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1166||9/2/401/0002||Piet Retief's Grave, Farm Uitzoek 317, Babanango||Piet Retief's Grave||Farm Uitzoek 317||Ulundi||KwaZulu-Natal||317||Grave of Voortrekker leader Piet Retief.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1166||9/2/401/0002||Piet Retief's Grave, Farm Uitzoek 317, Babanango||Piet Retief's Grave||Farm Uitzoek 317||Ulundi||KZN||317||Grave of Voortrekker leader Piet Retief.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1167||9/2/436/0061||Old Natal University Central Block, King Edward Avenue, Pietermaritzburg||Old Natal University Central Block||King Edward Avenue||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1913||Of architectural and historical interest - This is the oldest building of the University of Natal, P||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1167||9/2/436/0061||Old Natal University Central Block, King Edward Avenue, Pietermaritzburg||Old Natal University Central Block||King Edward Avenue||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1913||Of architectural and historical interest - This is the oldest building of the University of Natal, P||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1168||9/2/436/0074||Acacia Tree, Parkside, Pietermaritzburg||Parkside||Pelham||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||378||(unknown - old regional file missing)||Provisional Protection
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| 1168||9/2/436/0074||Acacia Tree, Parkside, Pietermaritzburg||Parkside||Pelham||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||378||(unknown - old regional file missing)||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1169||9/2/436/0072-001||11 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||11 Leighton Street||11 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2833||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1169||9/2/436/0072-001||11 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||11 Leighton Street||11 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2833||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1170||9/2/436/0070||Welverdient, Edendale, Pietermaritzburg||Welverdient||Edendale||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||775||This house is the oldest known double-storeyed dwelling erected outside the Cape Colony. It was built about 1840 by the Voortrekker leader. General Andries Pretorius, who also constructed the historic mill and the water furrow on the site. After the prope||Provisional Protection
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| 1170||9/2/436/0070||Welverdient, Edendale, Pietermaritzburg||Welverdient||Edendale||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||775||This house is the oldest known double-storeyed dwelling erected outside the Cape Colony. It was built about 1840 by the Voortrekker leader. General Andries Pretorius, who also constructed the historic mill and the water furrow on the site. After the prope||Provisional Protection
 
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| 1171||9/2/436/0069||Wayland, 149 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg||Wayland||149 Pietermaritz Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2314||Forms an integral part of the historic facade of Pietermaritz Street which is one of the oldest stre||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1171||9/2/436/0069||Wayland, 149 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg||Wayland||149 Pietermaritz Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2314||Forms an integral part of the historic facade of Pietermaritz Street which is one of the oldest stre||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1172||9/2/436/0068||Old Voortrekker Road, World's View Road, Pietermaritzburg||Voortrekker Road||World's View Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||||Historical - A portion of the historic Voortrekkers road to Natal is preserved here.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1172||9/2/436/0068||Old Voortrekker Road, World's View Road, Pietermaritzburg||Voortrekker Road||World's View Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||||Historical - A portion of the historic Voortrekkers road to Natal is preserved here.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1173||9/2/436/0064||Reid's Building, 214 Longmarket (Cnr Club) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Reid's Building||214 Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2621||Of historical and architectural interest - The first three-storey business house in Pietermaritzburg||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1173||9/2/436/0064||Reid's Building, 214 Longmarket (Cnr Club) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Reid's Building||214 Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2621||Of historical and architectural interest - The first three-storey business house in Pietermaritzburg||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1174||9/2/436/0072-005||17 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||17 Leighton Street||17 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2714||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1174||9/2/436/0072-005||17 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||17 Leighton Street||17 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2714||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1175||9/2/436/0062||Old St Mary's Anglican Church, Commercial (Cnr Burger) Road, Pietermaritzburg||Old St Mary's Anglican Church||Commercial (Cnr Burger) Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2780||Historical interest - The church was built on the initiative of Bishop Colenso and opened for servic||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1175||9/2/436/0062||Old St Mary's Anglican Church, Commercial (Cnr Burger) Road, Pietermaritzburg||Old St Mary's Anglican Church||Commercial (Cnr Burger) Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2780||Historical interest - The church was built on the initiative of Bishop Colenso and opened for servic||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1176||9/2/436/0072-006||20 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||20 Leighton Street||20 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2713||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1176||9/2/436/0072-006||20 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||20 Leighton Street||20 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2713||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1177||9/2/436/0060||Old Remedial Model Primary School, 310 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Remedial Model Primary School||310 Loop Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2731 & 2730 & 2730||Of architectural and local historical interest - Example of high character Victorian school architec||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1177||9/2/436/0060||Old Remedial Model Primary School, 310 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Remedial Model Primary School||310 Loop Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2731 & 2730 & 2730||Of architectural and local historical interest - Example of high character Victorian school architec||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1178||9/2/436/0057||Girls' High School, Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg||Girls' High School||Alexandra Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||374||This impressive group of buildings, erected in the neo-classical style, forms the nucleus of the Girls’ High School that was opened on this site in the old manor-house, Morningside, on 4 August 1920. The latter building, although altered, still forms part||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1178||9/2/436/0057||Girls' High School, Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg||Girls' High School||Alexandra Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||374||This impressive group of buildings, erected in the neo-classical style, forms the nucleus of the Girls’ High School that was opened on this site in the old manor-house, Morningside, on 4 August 1920. The latter building, although altered, still forms part||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1179||9/2/436/0056||Clark House and Victoria Hall, Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg||Clark House and Victoria Hall||College Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||80||Clark House was erected in 1887 and the adjoining Victoria Hall in 1895. These buildings housed the original Pietermaritzburg High School.  Clark House itself is built in the Neo-Gothic style and is one of the best-known school buildings in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1179||9/2/436/0056||Clark House and Victoria Hall, Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg||Clark House and Victoria Hall||College Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||80||Clark House was erected in 1887 and the adjoining Victoria Hall in 1895. These buildings housed the original Pietermaritzburg High School.  Clark House itself is built in the Neo-Gothic style and is one of the best-known school buildings in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1180||9/2/436/0054||Butine House, 151 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg||Butine House||151 Pietermaritz Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2314 ; 2315||This property is not only an excellent example of Pietermaritzburg’s Victorian architecture, but its fine quality Victorian front facade and elegant Italianate northern facade are unique and contribute materially to the creation of a nationally important ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1180||9/2/436/0054||Butine House, 151 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg||Butine House||151 Pietermaritz Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2314 ; 2315||This property is not only an excellent example of Pietermaritzburg’s Victorian architecture, but its fine quality Victorian front facade and elegant Italianate northern facade are unique and contribute materially to the creation of a nationally important ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1181||9/2/436/0053||Main Post Office, 232 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Main Post Office||Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2622 & 2623||Landmark quality; historical and architectural importance; over eighty years old; outstanding exampl||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1181||9/2/436/0053||Main Post Office, 232 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Main Post Office||Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2622 & 2623||Landmark quality; historical and architectural importance; over eighty years old; outstanding exampl||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1182||9/2/436/0052||Old Prison, 2 Burger (Cnr Pine and Edendale) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Prison||2 Burger (Cnr Pine) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1820; 1100||This unusual building is one of the older surviving government buildings in Pietermaritzburg and has||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1182||9/2/436/0052||Old Prison, 2 Burger (Cnr Pine and Edendale) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Prison||2 Burger (Cnr Pine) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1820; 1100||This unusual building is one of the older surviving government buildings in Pietermaritzburg and has||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1183||9/2/436/0063||Natal Botanical Gardens and Plane Tree Avenue, Pietermaritzburg||Natal Botanical Gardens & Plane Tree Avenue||Mayor's Walk||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||212 & 3105||Historical and panoramic; the Plane tree avenue is a world renowned site and stretches mainly throug||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1183||9/2/436/0063||Natal Botanical Gardens and Plane Tree Avenue, Pietermaritzburg||Natal Botanical Gardens & Plane Tree Avenue||Mayor's Walk||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||212 & 3105||Historical and panoramic; the Plane tree avenue is a world renowned site and stretches mainly throug||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1184||9/2/436/0073-001||126 Berg Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||126 Berg Street||126 Berg Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2312||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1184||9/2/436/0073-001||126 Berg Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||126 Berg Street||126 Berg Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2312||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1185||9/2/436/0005-165||Barclays Bank, 207 Church (Cnr Bank) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Barclays Bank||207 Church Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2420||The site of this building has been used continuosly for banking purposes since 1850's. The site and ||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1185||9/2/436/0005-165||Barclays Bank, 207 Church (Cnr Bank) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Barclays Bank||207 Church Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2420||The site of this building has been used continuosly for banking purposes since 1850's. The site and ||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1186||9/2/436/0073-009||17 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||17 Deanery Lane||17 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1186||9/2/436/0073-009||17 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||17 Deanery Lane||17 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1187||9/2/436/0073-010||16 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||16 Deanery Lane||16 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2312||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1187||9/2/436/0073-010||16 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||16 Deanery Lane||16 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2312||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1188||9/2/436/0073-003||15A Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||15A Deanery Lane||15A Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313 ; 2314||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1188||9/2/436/0073-003||15A Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||15A Deanery Lane||15A Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313 ; 2314||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1189||9/2/436/0073-012||15 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||15 Deanery Lane||15 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1189||9/2/436/0073-012||15 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||15 Deanery Lane||15 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1190||9/2/436/0073-007||14 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||14 Deanery Lane||14 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2312||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1190||9/2/436/0073-007||14 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||14 Deanery Lane||14 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2312||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1191||9/2/436/0072-002||14 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||14 Leighton Street||14 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2713||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1191||9/2/436/0072-002||14 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||14 Leighton Street||14 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2713||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1192||9/2/436/0073-011||13 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||13 Deanery Lane||13 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1192||9/2/436/0073-011||13 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||13 Deanery Lane||13 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1193||9/2/436/0044||Marian Villa, 282 Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg||Marian Villa||282 Alexandra Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1232||This magnificant manor-house was designed by well-known architect Clement Stott who later bought the||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1193||9/2/436/0044||Marian Villa, 282 Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg||Marian Villa||282 Alexandra Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1232||This magnificant manor-house was designed by well-known architect Clement Stott who later bought the||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1194||9/2/436/0073-004||12 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||12 Deanery Lane||12 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2312||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1194||9/2/436/0073-004||12 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||12 Deanery Lane||12 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2312||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1195||9/2/436/0073-005||11 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||11 Deanery Lane||11 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1195||9/2/436/0073-005||11 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||11 Deanery Lane||11 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1196||9/2/436/0073-006||10 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||10 Deanery Lane||10 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1196||9/2/436/0073-006||10 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||10 Deanery Lane||10 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1197||9/2/436/0072-009||7 Leighton Street, Pietermaritzburg||7 Leighton Street||7 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2714||The house has architectural and historical merit and is a rare and outstanding example of its type. ||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1197||9/2/436/0072-009||7 Leighton Street, Pietermaritzburg||7 Leighton Street||7 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2714||The house has architectural and historical merit and is a rare and outstanding example of its type. ||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1198||9/2/436/0072-008||30 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||30 Leighton Street||30 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2713||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1198||9/2/436/0072-008||30 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||30 Leighton Street||30 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2713||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1199||9/2/436/0072-007||26 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||26 Leighton Street||26 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2713||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1199||9/2/436/0072-007||26 Leighton Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||26 Leighton Street||26 Leighton Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2713||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1200||9/2/436/0073-004||134 Berg Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||134 Berg Street||134 Berg Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1200||9/2/436/0073-004||134 Berg Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||134 Berg Street||134 Berg Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1201||9/2/436/0082||Dorchester House, 190 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg||Dorchester House||190 Loop Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2719||This building is a noted landmark and important essentially for its architectural qualities being on||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1201||9/2/436/0082||Dorchester House, 190 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg||Dorchester House||190 Loop Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2719||This building is a noted landmark and important essentially for its architectural qualities being on||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1202||9/2/436/0017||Scottsville Primary School, King Edward Avenue, Pietermaritzburg||Scottsville Primary School||King Edward Avenue||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1913||First primary school in Pietermaritzburg; an outstanding complex of redbrick buildings in the 'colle||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1202||9/2/436/0017||Scottsville Primary School, King Edward Avenue, Pietermaritzburg||Scottsville Primary School||King Edward Avenue||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1913||First primary school in Pietermaritzburg; an outstanding complex of redbrick buildings in the 'colle||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1203||9/2/436/0016||Italian P.O.W. Church, Epworth Road, Pietermaritzburg||Italian P O W Church||Epworth Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1779||Of architectural and historical interest - The Italian POW Church was built in 1944 by Italian priso||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1203||9/2/436/0016||Italian P.O.W. Church, Epworth Road, Pietermaritzburg||Italian P O W Church||Epworth Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1779||Of architectural and historical interest - The Italian POW Church was built in 1944 by Italian priso||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1204||9/2/436/0014||Alexandra Road Police Station, Alexandra (Cnr Lindup) Road, Pietermaritzburg||Alexandra Road Police Station||Alexandra (Cnr Lindup) Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||25 & 25 & 25||This architecturally interesting building was the headquarters of the Natal Mounted Police, later kn||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1204||9/2/436/0014||Alexandra Road Police Station, Alexandra (Cnr Lindup) Road, Pietermaritzburg||Alexandra Road Police Station||Alexandra (Cnr Lindup) Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||25 & 25 & 25||This architecturally interesting building was the headquarters of the Natal Mounted Police, later kn||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1205||9/2/436/0012||Old Merchiston School Boarding Hostel, 231 Prince Alfred Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Merchiston School Boarding Hostel||231 Prince Alfred Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2778 & 2779||||Register
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| 1205||9/2/436/0012||Old Merchiston School Boarding Hostel, 231 Prince Alfred Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Merchiston School Boarding Hostel||231 Prince Alfred Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2778 & 2779||||Register
 
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| 1206||9/2/436/0011||Colonial Building, Old Umgeni Magistrate's Court and Old Police Quarters, 241 Church (Gallwey and Pietermaritz) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Colonial Building, Old Umgeni Magistrates Court and Old Police Quarters||241 Church (Bounds Gallwey and Pietermaritz) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2424 & 2424||Historical and architectural- Built in the Late English Renaissance-Georgian Revival style||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1206||9/2/436/0011||Colonial Building, Old Umgeni Magistrate's Court and Old Police Quarters, 241 Church (Gallwey and Pietermaritz) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Colonial Building, Old Umgeni Magistrates Court and Old Police Quarters||241 Church (Bounds Gallwey and Pietermaritz) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2424 & 2424||Historical and architectural- Built in the Late English Renaissance-Georgian Revival style||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1207||9/2/436/0010||Old Government House, 1 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Government House||1 Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2501 & 2502||Historical and architectural-Was the home of Lieutenant-Governor of Natal, Benjamin Pine.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1207||9/2/436/0010||Old Government House, 1 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Government House||1 Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2501 & 2502||Historical and architectural-Was the home of Lieutenant-Governor of Natal, Benjamin Pine.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1208||9/2/436/0051||Publicity House, 117 Commercial (Cnr Longmarket) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Publicity House||Commercial (Cnr Longmarket) Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2526||Together with the City Hall and other historical buildings in the vicinity such as the Supreme Court, Publicity House forms an unique historical and architectural group.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1208||9/2/436/0051||Publicity House, 117 Commercial (Cnr Longmarket) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Publicity House||Commercial (Cnr Longmarket) Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2526||Together with the City Hall and other historical buildings in the vicinity such as the Supreme Court, Publicity House forms an unique historical and architectural group.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1209||9/2/436/0008||The Property Shop, 120 Chapel (Cnr Pietermaritz) Street, Pietermaritzburg||The Property Shop||120 Chapel Stret||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2415||The corner building is a Pietermaritzburg landmark. It is of considerable significance from an archi||Pending (Register)
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| 1209||9/2/436/0008||The Property Shop, 120 Chapel (Cnr Pietermaritz) Street, Pietermaritzburg||The Property Shop||120 Chapel Stret||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2415||The corner building is a Pietermaritzburg landmark. It is of considerable significance from an archi||Pending (Register)
 
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| 1210||9/2/436/0021||Tatham Art Gallery and Adjacent Gardens, Commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg||Tatham Art Gallery and Adjacent Gardens||Commercial Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2569||Architectural and historical interest - Pietermaritzburg's former Supreme Court, an impressive faceb||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1210||9/2/436/0021||Tatham Art Gallery and Adjacent Gardens, Commercial Road, Pietermaritzburg||Tatham Art Gallery and Adjacent Gardens||Commercial Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2569||Architectural and historical interest - Pietermaritzburg's former Supreme Court, an impressive faceb||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1211||9/2/436/0007||Shuter House, 381 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Shuter House||381 Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2538||This is one of the most important houses in the City from an architectural piont of view, a rare exa||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1211||9/2/436/0007||Shuter House, 381 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Shuter House||381 Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2538||This is one of the most important houses in the City from an architectural piont of view, a rare exa||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1212||9/2/436/0006||Overpark, 122 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg||Overpark||122 Loop Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||3014||Overpark House, with its beautiful cast-iron trimmings and cast-iron fireplaces, dates from 1884 and is an excellent example of a Victorian veranda house in the Natal style.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1212||9/2/436/0006||Overpark, 122 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg||Overpark||122 Loop Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||3014||Overpark House, with its beautiful cast-iron trimmings and cast-iron fireplaces, dates from 1884 and is an excellent example of a Victorian veranda house in the Natal style.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1213||9/2/436/0067||Voortrekker House Museum, 333 Boom (Cnr Claybourne) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Voortrekker House Museum||333 Boom Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2133||Historical - was probably erected c1846 by the Voortrekker Petrus Gerhardus Pretorius. The building ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1213||9/2/436/0067||Voortrekker House Museum, 333 Boom (Cnr Claybourne) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Voortrekker House Museum||333 Boom Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2133||Historical - was probably erected c1846 by the Voortrekker Petrus Gerhardus Pretorius. The building ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1214||9/2/436/0066||Sans Souci, 65 Trelawney Road, Pietermaritzburg||Sans Souci||65 Trelawney Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1772||Architectural- This Victorian Manor-House, as well as its beautiful landscaped  garden, reflects the||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1214||9/2/436/0066||Sans Souci, 65 Trelawney Road, Pietermaritzburg||Sans Souci||65 Trelawney Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1772||Architectural- This Victorian Manor-House, as well as its beautiful landscaped  garden, reflects the||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1215||9/2/436/0065||Russell High School, 127 Berg (Cnr Chapel) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Russell High School||127 Berg (Cnr Chapel) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2213 & 2214||In 1941 this school, which was founded in 1879, was renamed the Russell High School, in honour of Robert Russell, Superintendent of Education from 1878 to 1903. This late-nineteenth-century building complex forms a unique historical and architectural grou||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1215||9/2/436/0065||Russell High School, 127 Berg (Cnr Chapel) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Russell High School||127 Berg (Cnr Chapel) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2213 & 2214||In 1941 this school, which was founded in 1879, was renamed the Russell High School, in honour of Robert Russell, Superintendent of Education from 1878 to 1903. This late-nineteenth-century building complex forms a unique historical and architectural grou||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1216||9/2/436/0005-126||431 Prince Alfred Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||431 Prince Alfred Street||431 Prince Alfred Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2798||This house is of architectural importance and forms part of a grouping of architectural merit. It is||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1216||9/2/436/0005-126||431 Prince Alfred Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||431 Prince Alfred Street||431 Prince Alfred Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2798||This house is of architectural importance and forms part of a grouping of architectural merit. It is||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1217||9/2/436/0009||Old Supreme Court, College Road, Pietermaritzburg||Old Supreme court||College Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||80||The history of the Old Supreme Court is inextricably linked to the legal system at it applied to Bla||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1217||9/2/436/0009||Old Supreme Court, College Road, Pietermaritzburg||Old Supreme court||College Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||80||The history of the Old Supreme Court is inextricably linked to the legal system at it applied to Bla||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1218||9/2/436/0031||Old Longmarket Street Girls School, 351 Longmarket (Cnr Boshoff) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Longmarket Street Girls School||Longmarket (Cnr Boshoff) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||35||The Longmarket Street Girls' School building was erected between 1903 and 1911. The building shows a plurality or architectural styles and is a fine and rare example of a Victorian school building.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1218||9/2/436/0031||Old Longmarket Street Girls School, 351 Longmarket (Cnr Boshoff) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Longmarket Street Girls School||Longmarket (Cnr Boshoff) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||35||The Longmarket Street Girls' School building was erected between 1903 and 1911. The building shows a plurality or architectural styles and is a fine and rare example of a Victorian school building.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1219||9/2/436/0075||One O'Clock Gun, 12Pr ML Naval Cannon, Pietermaritzburg||One O'Clock Gun||Commercial (Cnr Church) Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||||This gun is a well known city landmark, with a significant, but little known history.  Its declarati||Heritage Object
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| 1219||9/2/436/0075||One O'Clock Gun, 12Pr ML Naval Cannon, Pietermaritzburg||One O'Clock Gun||Commercial (Cnr Church) Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||||This gun is a well known city landmark, with a significant, but little known history.  Its declarati||Heritage Object
 
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| 1220||9/2/436/0042||Old Natal Houses of Parliament, 245 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Natal Houses of Parliament||Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2525||The Old Legislative Assembly building was erected to house the Legislative Assembly when Natal was granted representative government.  The foundation stone was laid on 21 June 1887, by the Governor, Sir A. E. Havelock, K.C.M.G.  The Old Legislative Counci||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1220||9/2/436/0042||Old Natal Houses of Parliament, 245 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Natal Houses of Parliament||Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2525||The Old Legislative Assembly building was erected to house the Legislative Assembly when Natal was granted representative government.  The foundation stone was laid on 21 June 1887, by the Governor, Sir A. E. Havelock, K.C.M.G.  The Old Legislative Counci||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1221||9/2/436/0034||Old Satya Vardhak Sabha Crematorium, Cremorne Cemetery, Pietermaritzburg||Old Satya Vardhak Sabah Temple||1 Plane Tree Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||||This building is an important landmark on one of Pietermaritzburg's major arterial roads. It is of h||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1221||9/2/436/0034||Old Satya Vardhak Sabha Crematorium, Cremorne Cemetery, Pietermaritzburg||Old Satya Vardhak Sabah Temple||1 Plane Tree Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||||This building is an important landmark on one of Pietermaritzburg's major arterial roads. It is of h||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1222||9/2/436/0033||Old Presbyterian Church, 248 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Presbyterian Church||248 Church Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2524||This church was erected between 1852 and 1854. The neo-Gothic tower dates from 1874, after which the church was enlarged in 1883. During the Zulu War in 1879 the church was converted into a fortified refuge.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1222||9/2/436/0033||Old Presbyterian Church, 248 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old Presbyterian Church||248 Church Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2524||This church was erected between 1852 and 1854. The neo-Gothic tower dates from 1874, after which the church was enlarged in 1883. During the Zulu War in 1879 the church was converted into a fortified refuge.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1223||9/2/437/0012/002||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: 1846 Church Bell||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church||||Clermont||KwaZulu-Natal||||||Heritage Object
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| 1223||9/2/437/0012/002||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: 1846 Church Bell||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church||||Clermont||KZN||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 1224||9/2/437/0012/001||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: Cast-iron Commemorative Cross||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church||||Clermont||KwaZulu-Natal||||||Heritage Object
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| 1224||9/2/437/0012/001||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: Cast-iron Commemorative Cross||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church||||Clermont||KZN||||||Heritage Object
 
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| 1225||9/2/436/0018||Old Harward Boys School, Havelock Road, Pietermaritzburg||Old Harward Boys' School||Havelock Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1887||Of architectural and local historical interest - An important landmark in Pietermaritzurg, it is a t||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1225||9/2/436/0018||Old Harward Boys School, Havelock Road, Pietermaritzburg||Old Harward Boys' School||Havelock Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1887||Of architectural and local historical interest - An important landmark in Pietermaritzurg, it is a t||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1226||9/2/436/0032||Macrorie House, 11 Loop (Cnr Pine) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Macrorie House||Loop (Cnr Pine) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2601||Historical and Architectural||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1226||9/2/436/0032||Macrorie House, 11 Loop (Cnr Pine) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Macrorie House||Loop (Cnr Pine) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2601||Historical and Architectural||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1227||9/2/436/0019||Loop Street Police Station, Loop (Cnr Murray) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Loop Street Police Station||Loop (Cnr Murray) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2623||Of architectural and local historical interest - a recognition of the architectural importance of a ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1227||9/2/436/0019||Loop Street Police Station, Loop (Cnr Murray) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Loop Street Police Station||Loop (Cnr Murray) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2623||Of architectural and local historical interest - a recognition of the architectural importance of a ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1228||9/2/436/0027||Old YMCA Building, 195 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old YMA Building||195 Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2519||This double-storeyed building, with its wood and cast-iron decorated verandah, dates from the 1890s. The building forms an integral part of facade of Longmarket Street.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1228||9/2/436/0027||Old YMCA Building, 195 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg||Old YMA Building||195 Longmarket Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2519||This double-storeyed building, with its wood and cast-iron decorated verandah, dates from the 1890s. The building forms an integral part of facade of Longmarket Street.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1229||9/2/436/0026||Conservatoire de Hammerstein, 141 Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg||Conservatoire de Hammerstein||141 Alexandra Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||904||The building is a landmark and focal point on one of Pietermaritzburg's major suburban thoroughfares||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1229||9/2/436/0026||Conservatoire de Hammerstein, 141 Alexandra Road, Pietermaritzburg||Conservatoire de Hammerstein||141 Alexandra Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||904||The building is a landmark and focal point on one of Pietermaritzburg's major suburban thoroughfares||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1230||9/2/436/0025||Town Hill Hospital, Town Bush Valley (Cnr Hyslop) Road, Pietermaritzburg: Old Victorian and Old North Park Buildings||Town Hill Hospital||Hyslop Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1860||Sensitively designed two core buildings of the old Town Hill Hospital complex, each an architectural||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1230||9/2/436/0025||Town Hill Hospital, Town Bush Valley (Cnr Hyslop) Road, Pietermaritzburg: Old Victorian and Old North Park Buildings||Town Hill Hospital||Hyslop Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1860||Sensitively designed two core buildings of the old Town Hill Hospital complex, each an architectural||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1231||9/2/436/0024||Christian Science Church, 204 Chapel (Cnr Loop) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Christian Science Church||Chapel (Cnr Loop) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2715||The church has architectural and historical merit, is a rare and outstanding example of its type, is||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1231||9/2/436/0024||Christian Science Church, 204 Chapel (Cnr Loop) Street, Pietermaritzburg||Christian Science Church||Chapel (Cnr Loop) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2715||The church has architectural and historical merit, is a rare and outstanding example of its type, is||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1232||9/2/436/0023||238 Boom Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||238 Boom Street||238 Boom Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2269||This house is of both national and local architectural and historical importance and is the only sur||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1232||9/2/436/0023||238 Boom Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||238 Boom Street||238 Boom Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2269||This house is of both national and local architectural and historical importance and is the only sur||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1233||9/2/436/0022/001||Old State Veterinary Laboratory: Allerton Laboratories, 458 Town Bush Road, Pietermaritzburg||Old State Veterinary Laboratory||458 Town Bush Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||13||Erected as a laboratory for State veterinary services, by Dr Herbert Watkins-Pitchford, who with Pro||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1233||9/2/436/0022/001||Old State Veterinary Laboratory: Allerton Laboratories, 458 Town Bush Road, Pietermaritzburg||Old State Veterinary Laboratory||458 Town Bush Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||13||Erected as a laboratory for State veterinary services, by Dr Herbert Watkins-Pitchford, who with Pro||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1234||9/2/436/0050/001||Voortrekker Pulpit, Church of the Covenant, Church Street, Pietermaritzburg||Voortrekker Pulpit||Church Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2534||||Heritage Object
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| 1234||9/2/436/0050/001||Voortrekker Pulpit, Church of the Covenant, Church Street, Pietermaritzburg||Voortrekker Pulpit||Church Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2534||||Heritage Object
 
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| 1235||9/2/436/0050||Church of the Covenant, Church Street, Pietermaritzburg||Church of the Covenant||Church Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2534 & 2571||Built in 1840 to honour a vow that they would build a church 'in honour of God should He grant them ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1235||9/2/436/0050||Church of the Covenant, Church Street, Pietermaritzburg||Church of the Covenant||Church Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2534 & 2571||Built in 1840 to honour a vow that they would build a church 'in honour of God should He grant them ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1236||9/2/446/0006-008||The House, 49 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||The House||49 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||14||A fine, though much altered, example of its type||Register
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| 1236||9/2/446/0006-008||The House, 49 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||The House||49 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KZN||14||A fine, though much altered, example of its type||Register
 
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| 1237||9/2/436/0073-008||21 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||21 Deanery Lane||21 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1237||9/2/436/0073-008||21 Deanery Lane, Central, Pietermaritzburg||21 Deanery Lane||21 Deanery Lane||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313||||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1238||9/2/448/0022||Police Station, Landdrost (Cnr Church) Street, Vryheid||Police Station||Landdrost Street, cnr Church Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||122||This sandstone building with its Victorian verandah dates from the end of the last century and forms||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1238||9/2/448/0022||Police Station, Landdrost (Cnr Church) Street, Vryheid||Police Station||Landdrost Street, cnr Church Street||Vryheid||KZN||122||This sandstone building with its Victorian verandah dates from the end of the last century and forms||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1239||9/2/448/0021||Area Between Old Raadsaal and Carnegie Library, Vryheid  [now consolidated with the Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort properties - file closed]||Open land||Vryheid||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||997||This vacant site, situated between the Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort, and the Carnegie Library,||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1239||9/2/448/0021||Area Between Old Raadsaal and Carnegie Library, Vryheid  [now consolidated with the Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort properties - file closed]||Open land||Vryheid||Vryheid||KZN||997||This vacant site, situated between the Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort, and the Carnegie Library,||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1240||9/2/448/0019||Old Bantu Administration Building, Landrost Street, Vryheid||Old Bantu Administration Building||Landdrost Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||122 & 124||This rectangular building dates from about 1930 and forms, especially from an architectural point of view, an integral part of the historic core of Vryheid.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1240||9/2/448/0019||Old Bantu Administration Building, Landrost Street, Vryheid||Old Bantu Administration Building||Landdrost Street||Vryheid||KZN||122 & 124||This rectangular building dates from about 1930 and forms, especially from an architectural point of view, an integral part of the historic core of Vryheid.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1241||9/2/448/0018||Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort, and the Area between this site and Carnegie Library, Vryheid||Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort||Vryheid||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||997||Historical and architectural interest - The old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort are intimately associ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1241||9/2/448/0018||Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort, and the Area between this site and Carnegie Library, Vryheid||Old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort||Vryheid||Vryheid||KZN||997||Historical and architectural interest - The old New Republic Raadsaal and Fort are intimately associ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1242||9/2/448/0017||58 President Street, Vryheid||58 President Street||58 President Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||209||Historical and Architectural- This imposing dwelling-house that was erected in 1920 is an excellent ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1242||9/2/448/0017||58 President Street, Vryheid||58 President Street||58 President Street||Vryheid||KZN||209||Historical and Architectural- This imposing dwelling-house that was erected in 1920 is an excellent ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1243||9/2/446/0006-006||47 Arbuckle Street, Himeville, Underberg District||47 Arbuckle Street||47 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||15||Unusual stone house||Register
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| 1243||9/2/446/0006-006||47 Arbuckle Street, Himeville, Underberg District||47 Arbuckle Street||47 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KZN||15||Unusual stone house||Register
 
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| 1244||9/2/446/0006-007||The Rectory, 29 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||The Rectory||29 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||24||A very good late example of a typical Natal verandah house.||Register
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| 1244||9/2/446/0006-007||The Rectory, 29 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||The Rectory||29 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KZN||24||A very good late example of a typical Natal verandah house.||Register
 
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| 1245||9/2/447/0001||Blood River Battlefield, Farm Vechtkop 168, Utrecht District||Blood River Battlefield||Farm Vechtkop 168, Utrecht District||||KwaZulu-Natal||168||A portion of the well-known historical battlefield of Blood River where a group of Voortrekkers unde||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1245||9/2/447/0001||Blood River Battlefield, Farm Vechtkop 168, Utrecht District||Blood River Battlefield||Farm Vechtkop 168, Utrecht District||||KZN||168||A portion of the well-known historical battlefield of Blood River where a group of Voortrekkers unde||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1246||9/2/446/0006-009||Nelton, 53 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||Nelton||53 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||12||A fine example of a house from the Union period||Register
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| 1246||9/2/446/0006-009||Nelton, 53 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||Nelton||53 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KZN||12||A fine example of a house from the Union period||Register
 
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| 1247||9/2/446/0006-010||Church of Saint Michael and All Angels, 31 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||Church of Saint Michael and All Angels||31 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||23||A landmark in the village, this building is an unusually late example of its style||Register
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| 1247||9/2/446/0006-010||Church of Saint Michael and All Angels, 31 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||Church of Saint Michael and All Angels||31 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KZN||23||A landmark in the village, this building is an unusually late example of its style||Register
 
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| 1248||9/2/446/0001||Himeville Fort, Arbuckle (Cnr George) Street, Himeville||Himeville Fort||Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||36||This building complex was erected as a refuge during the Siege of Ladysmith in 1899.  The prison building with its loopholes is presumably the last of its kind built by the Natal Colonial Government.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1248||9/2/446/0001||Himeville Fort, Arbuckle (Cnr George) Street, Himeville||Himeville Fort||Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KZN||36||This building complex was erected as a refuge during the Siege of Ladysmith in 1899.  The prison building with its loopholes is presumably the last of its kind built by the Natal Colonial Government.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1249||9/2/445/0006||Green Point Lighthouse, Farm Clansthal 1202, Umzinto District||Green Point Lighthouse||Farm Clansthal 1202||||KwaZulu-Natal||13848||This unusual cast-iron structure, erected in 1905, is the oldest lighthouse on the KwaZulu-Natal coa||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1249||9/2/445/0006||Green Point Lighthouse, Farm Clansthal 1202, Umzinto District||Green Point Lighthouse||Farm Clansthal 1202||||KZN||13848||This unusual cast-iron structure, erected in 1905, is the oldest lighthouse on the KZN coa||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1250||9/2/444/0011||Ruins of Fort Ahrens, Farm Perseverence 1324, Hermannsburg||Fort Ahrens||Farm Perseverence||||KwaZulu-Natal||1324||Was erected in the sixties or seventies of the 19th century as a refuge for the civilian population.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1250||9/2/444/0011||Ruins of Fort Ahrens, Farm Perseverence 1324, Hermannsburg||Fort Ahrens||Farm Perseverence||||KZN||1324||Was erected in the sixties or seventies of the 19th century as a refuge for the civilian population.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1251||9/2/444/0010||Hermannsburg Mission Houses, Hermannsburg School, Hermansburg||Hermansburg Mission Houses||, Hermannsburg||Hermannsburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1324||The historic mission house at Hermannsburg was erected around 1862 in the GermanSaxon style, in orde||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1251||9/2/444/0010||Hermannsburg Mission Houses, Hermannsburg School, Hermansburg||Hermansburg Mission Houses||, Hermannsburg||Hermannsburg||KZN||1324||The historic mission house at Hermannsburg was erected around 1862 in the GermanSaxon style, in orde||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1252||9/2/448/0011||Kambula Battlefield, Farm Kambula 381, Vryheid District||Kambula Battlefield||Farm Kambula 381, Vryheid District||||KwaZulu-Natal||381||During the Battle of Kambula a British force of approximately 2 000 men under the command of Colonel Evelyn Wood (later Field Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood, V.C., C.B.) successfully defended themselves against a Zulu impi of 20 000 men under Mnyamana Buthelezi.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1252||9/2/448/0011||Kambula Battlefield, Farm Kambula 381, Vryheid District||Kambula Battlefield||Farm Kambula 381, Vryheid District||||KZN||381||During the Battle of Kambula a British force of approximately 2 000 men under the command of Colonel Evelyn Wood (later Field Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood, V.C., C.B.) successfully defended themselves against a Zulu impi of 20 000 men under Mnyamana Buthelezi.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1253||9/2/447/0021||Old Residency, 60 Church (Cnr Van Rooyen) Street, Utrecht||Old Residency||60 Church Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||186||Erf 186, together with the house thereon, forms an essential part of the historic complex of Utrecht||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1253||9/2/447/0021||Old Residency, 60 Church (Cnr Van Rooyen) Street, Utrecht||Old Residency||60 Church Street||Utrecht||KZN||186||Erf 186, together with the house thereon, forms an essential part of the historic complex of Utrecht||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1254||9/2/449/0003||Abdoolgafoor Goolamsahib Arabian Merchant, Retief Street, Weenen||Abdoolgafoor Goolamsahib Arabian Merchant||Retief Street||Weenen||KwaZulu-Natal||66||Historical and Architectural - These two typical Indian shops date from the beginning of the twentie||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1254||9/2/449/0003||Abdoolgafoor Goolamsahib Arabian Merchant, Retief Street, Weenen||Abdoolgafoor Goolamsahib Arabian Merchant||Retief Street||Weenen||KZN||66||Historical and Architectural - These two typical Indian shops date from the beginning of the twentie||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1255||9/2/449/0002||Coolamgause Building, Retief Street, Weenen||Coolamgause Building||Retief Street||Weenen||KwaZulu-Natal||66||These two typical Indian shops date from the beginning of the twentieth century and from an impressive architectural entity.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1255||9/2/449/0002||Coolamgause Building, Retief Street, Weenen||Coolamgause Building||Retief Street||Weenen||KZN||66||These two typical Indian shops date from the beginning of the twentieth century and from an impressive architectural entity.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1256||9/2/448/0010||Magistrate's Offices and Jail, Church Street, Vryheid||Magistrates Office||Church Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||997||The magistrate's offices building forms an important link in the architectural streetscape of Church||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1256||9/2/448/0010||Magistrate's Offices and Jail, Church Street, Vryheid||Magistrates Office||Church Street||Vryheid||KZN||997||The magistrate's offices building forms an important link in the architectural streetscape of Church||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1257||9/2/448/0008||95 President Street, Vryheid, Vryheid District||95 President Street||95 President Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||158||Historical and Architectural interest - A pleasant early house dating from the time of the New Repub||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1257||9/2/448/0008||95 President Street, Vryheid, Vryheid District||95 President Street||95 President Street||Vryheid||KZN||158||Historical and Architectural interest - A pleasant early house dating from the time of the New Repub||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1258||9/2/448/0006||Old Carnegie Library, Landrost (Cnr Mark) Street, Vryheid||Carnegie Library||Landrost (Cnr Mark) Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||124||This imposing Edwardian building was erected in 1908 with funds granted by the Carnegie Trust. The l||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1258||9/2/448/0006||Old Carnegie Library, Landrost (Cnr Mark) Street, Vryheid||Carnegie Library||Landrost (Cnr Mark) Street||Vryheid||KZN||124||This imposing Edwardian building was erected in 1908 with funds granted by the Carnegie Trust. The l||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1259||9/2/448/0004||Vryheid High School Hall, Church Street, Vryheid||Vryheid High School Hall||Church Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||87 & 88||First school building erected by the Natal Government in the annexed territories; the beginning of f||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1259||9/2/448/0004||Vryheid High School Hall, Church Street, Vryheid||Vryheid High School Hall||Church Street||Vryheid||KZN||87 & 88||First school building erected by the Natal Government in the annexed territories; the beginning of f||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1260||9/2/446/0006-004||Underberg District War Memorial, 36 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||Underberg District War Memorial||36 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||37||An unusual shaped memorial to the war dead of the district, this structure is a landmark in the cent||Register
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| 1260||9/2/446/0006-004||Underberg District War Memorial, 36 Arbuckle Street, Himeville||Underberg District War Memorial||36 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KZN||37||An unusual shaped memorial to the war dead of the district, this structure is a landmark in the cent||Register
 
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| 1261||9/2/448/0002||Dutch Reformed Church, 131 High (Cnr President and Church) Street, Vryheid||Dutch Reformed Church||82 Smal Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||672||This church was built at a cost of R26 000 and was consecrated on 12 October 1894. The building was ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1261||9/2/448/0002||Dutch Reformed Church, 131 High (Cnr President and Church) Street, Vryheid||Dutch Reformed Church||82 Smal Street||Vryheid||KZN||672||This church was built at a cost of R26 000 and was consecrated on 12 October 1894. The building was ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1262||9/2/444/0007||Balmoral Farmhouse and Stables, near Rietvlei, Umvoti District||Balmoral Farmhouse and Stables||near Rietvlei, Umvoti District||||KwaZulu-Natal||13347||This farmhouse is typical of its period in Natal and possesses some outstanding features. Founder of||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1262||9/2/444/0007||Balmoral Farmhouse and Stables, near Rietvlei, Umvoti District||Balmoral Farmhouse and Stables||near Rietvlei, Umvoti District||||KZN||13347||This farmhouse is typical of its period in Natal and possesses some outstanding features. Founder of||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1263||9/2/447/0019||Rothman House, 65 Church (Cnr van Rooyen) Streeet, Utrecht||Rothman House||65 Church Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||244||The building is regarded as one of the best examples of its type in Northern Natal; it played an imp||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1263||9/2/447/0019||Rothman House, 65 Church (Cnr van Rooyen) Streeet, Utrecht||Rothman House||65 Church Street||Utrecht||KZN||244||The building is regarded as one of the best examples of its type in Northern Natal; it played an imp||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1264||9/2/447/0018||Town Hall, 55 Voor Street, Utrecht||Utrecht Town Hall||55 Voor Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||188||The Utrecht Town Hall dates from 1913 and is a brown stone building of considerable character and forms an essential part of Utrecht.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1264||9/2/447/0018||Town Hall, 55 Voor Street, Utrecht||Utrecht Town Hall||55 Voor Street||Utrecht||KZN||188||The Utrecht Town Hall dates from 1913 and is a brown stone building of considerable character and forms an essential part of Utrecht.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1265||9/2/447/0017||Magistrate's Court, 57 Voor Street, Utrecht||Utrecht Magistrate's Court||57 Voor Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||190||The magistrate's office building was erected between 1894 and 1899 by the government of the 'Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek".||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1265||9/2/447/0017||Magistrate's Court, 57 Voor Street, Utrecht||Utrecht Magistrate's Court||57 Voor Street||Utrecht||KZN||190||The magistrate's office building was erected between 1894 and 1899 by the government of the 'Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek".||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1266||9/2/447/0016||Pieter Lafras Uys Monument and Grave, Church Street, Utrecht||Pieter Lafras Uys Monument||Church Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||190||Grave and monument to Pieter Lafras Uys, Voortrekker leader killed during the Anglo-Boer War, in the||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1266||9/2/447/0016||Pieter Lafras Uys Monument and Grave, Church Street, Utrecht||Pieter Lafras Uys Monument||Church Street||Utrecht||KZN||190||Grave and monument to Pieter Lafras Uys, Voortrekker leader killed during the Anglo-Boer War, in the||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1267||9/2/447/0005||Shawe House, 67 Church Street, Utrecht||Shawe House||67 Church Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||245||Historical and architectural interest - The house is connected with a personality who played a leadi||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1267||9/2/447/0005||Shawe House, 67 Church Street, Utrecht||Shawe House||67 Church Street||Utrecht||KZN||245||Historical and architectural interest - The house is connected with a personality who played a leadi||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1268||9/2/447/0003||Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, Church (Cnr Loop) Street, Utrecht||Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage||Church (Cnr Loop) Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||193||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1268||9/2/447/0003||Old Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, Church (Cnr Loop) Street, Utrecht||Old Dutch Reformed Parsonage||Church (Cnr Loop) Street||Utrecht||KZN||193||||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1269||9/2/448/0003||Boshof House, 219 East Street, Vryheid||Boshof House||219 East Street||Vryheid||KwaZulu-Natal||454||This elegant dwelling-house, based on the Edwardian style, was erected in 1905 and is situated on a ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1269||9/2/448/0003||Boshof House, 219 East Street, Vryheid||Boshof House||219 East Street||Vryheid||KZN||454||This elegant dwelling-house, based on the Edwardian style, was erected in 1905 and is situated on a ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1270||9/2/437/0015||Old New Germany Lutheran Church, Shepstone (Cnr Blair Atholl) Road, New Germany||New Germany Lutheran Church||Shepstone (Cnr Blair Atholl) Road||New Germany||KwaZulu-Natal||130||Historical and architectural interest - The German Lutheran Church at New Germany erected in 1862 an||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1270||9/2/437/0015||Old New Germany Lutheran Church, Shepstone (Cnr Blair Atholl) Road, New Germany||New Germany Lutheran Church||Shepstone (Cnr Blair Atholl) Road||New Germany||KZN||130||Historical and architectural interest - The German Lutheran Church at New Germany erected in 1862 an||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1271||9/2/439/0015||Izotsha River Bridge, Port Shepstone District||Izotsha River Bridge||Port Shepstone District||||KwaZulu-Natal||||Built in 1907 as part of the Alfred County Railway, the bridge was later converted for narrow-gauge.  It is the last iron screww pile railway bridge in KwaZulu-Natal.  There are seven piers each with two 15" cast-iron screw piles, supporting eight 30 plat||Register
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| 1271||9/2/439/0015||Izotsha River Bridge, Port Shepstone District||Izotsha River Bridge||Port Shepstone District||||KZN||||Built in 1907 as part of the Alfred County Railway, the bridge was later converted for narrow-gauge.  It is the last iron screww pile railway bridge in KZN.  There are seven piers each with two 15" cast-iron screw piles, supporting eight 30 plat||Register
 
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| 1272||9/2/439/0012||Port Shepstone Lighthouse, Port Shepstone||Port Shepstone Lighthouse||southern bluff of mouth of Umzimkulu River||Port Shepstone||KwaZulu-Natal||156||This unusual cast-iron structure, erected on its present site in 1906, is one of the two oldest funt||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1272||9/2/439/0012||Port Shepstone Lighthouse, Port Shepstone||Port Shepstone Lighthouse||southern bluff of mouth of Umzimkulu River||Port Shepstone||KZN||156||This unusual cast-iron structure, erected on its present site in 1906, is one of the two oldest funt||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1273||9/2/439/0009||Kneisel's Castle, 24 Reynolds Street, Port Shepstone||Kneisel's Castle||24 Reynolds Street||Port Shepstone||KwaZulu-Natal||343||Kneisel’s Castle which can be regarded as a period piece, is one of the oldest residences in Port Shepstone.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1273||9/2/439/0009||Kneisel's Castle, 24 Reynolds Street, Port Shepstone||Kneisel's Castle||24 Reynolds Street||Port Shepstone||KZN||343||Kneisel’s Castle which can be regarded as a period piece, is one of the oldest residences in Port Shepstone.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1274||9/2/439/0008||Old Police Fort, Port Shepstone||Old Police Fort||, Port Shepstone District||Port Shepstone||KwaZulu-Natal||170||Historical and architectural interest - unusual design with fortifications on flat-topped roofs of b||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1274||9/2/439/0008||Old Police Fort, Port Shepstone||Old Police Fort||, Port Shepstone District||Port Shepstone||KZN||170||Historical and architectural interest - unusual design with fortifications on flat-topped roofs of b||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1275||9/2/439/0001||Paddock Station, Paddock, Port Shepstone District||Paddock Station||Paddock||||KwaZulu-Natal||7998||Historical and architectural interest - This late Edwardian railway station with its wood and iron b||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1275||9/2/439/0001||Paddock Station, Paddock, Port Shepstone District||Paddock Station||Paddock||||KZN||7998||Historical and architectural interest - This late Edwardian railway station with its wood and iron b||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1276||9/2/448/0001||North and South Gun Points Lancaster Hill Battlefield, Farm Vryheid, Vryheid District||North and South Gun Points Lancaster Hill Battlefield||Farm Vryheid, Vryheid District||||KwaZulu-Natal||||The two fortresses referred to here are in a very good condition and form part of a panoramic attrac||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1276||9/2/448/0001||North and South Gun Points Lancaster Hill Battlefield, Farm Vryheid, Vryheid District||North and South Gun Points Lancaster Hill Battlefield||Farm Vryheid, Vryheid District||||KZN||||The two fortresses referred to here are in a very good condition and form part of a panoramic attrac||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1277||9/2/444/0009||Hermannsburg Lutheran Church, Hermannsburg||Hermanns Lutheran Church||, Hermannsburg||Hermannsburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1324||This church is closely associated with the history and founding of the Hermannsburg Mission Society ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1277||9/2/444/0009||Hermannsburg Lutheran Church, Hermannsburg||Hermanns Lutheran Church||, Hermannsburg||Hermannsburg||KZN||1324||This church is closely associated with the history and founding of the Hermannsburg Mission Society ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1278||9/2/440/0007||Carnarvon Masonic Lodge, 57 Russel Street, Richmond||Carnarvon Masonic Lodge||57 Russel Street||Richmond||KwaZulu-Natal||272||Oldest county lodge in Natal  (Coulson, C. Beaulieu-on-Illovo Richmond Natal. Its people and history||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1278||9/2/440/0007||Carnarvon Masonic Lodge, 57 Russel Street, Richmond||Carnarvon Masonic Lodge||57 Russel Street||Richmond||KZN||272||Oldest county lodge in Natal  (Coulson, C. Beaulieu-on-Illovo Richmond Natal. Its people and history||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1279||9/2/446/0002||Old Residency, Arbuckle (Cnr Clayton) Street, Himeville||Old Residency||Arbuckle (Cnr Clayton) Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||49 & 50 (39)||The building complements the Himevilie Fort in function, style and detail. It has been in constant use as the Magistrate’s Residence and as such has played a leading role in the social ilife of the district. An outstanding example of a residence of a prom||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1279||9/2/446/0002||Old Residency, Arbuckle (Cnr Clayton) Street, Himeville||Old Residency||Arbuckle (Cnr Clayton) Street||Himeville||KZN||49 & 50 (39)||The building complements the Himevilie Fort in function, style and detail. It has been in constant use as the Magistrate’s Residence and as such has played a leading role in the social ilife of the district. An outstanding example of a residence of a prom||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1280||9/2/437/0012||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: Historic  Bell Tower, ChristianenburgBerlin Mission Station, Clermont, Pinetowm District||Christianenburg Berlin Mission Church||Krause Street||Clermont||KwaZulu-Natal||214||The historic bell tower, church bell and cross are intimately connected with the history of the Berlin Mission in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1280||9/2/437/0012||Christianenberg Berlin Mission Church, Krause Street, Clermont: Historic  Bell Tower, ChristianenburgBerlin Mission Station, Clermont, Pinetowm District||Christianenburg Berlin Mission Church||Krause Street||Clermont||KZN||214||The historic bell tower, church bell and cross are intimately connected with the history of the Berlin Mission in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1281||9/2/437/0011||Indigo Vats, Paradise Valley, Pinetown||Indigo Vats||Entabeni Road||Pinetown||KwaZulu-Natal||3079||These vats were constructed by two Dutch immigrants, Colenbrander and Van Prehn, and were used between 1854 and 1856 for the manufacture of indigo dye.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1281||9/2/437/0011||Indigo Vats, Paradise Valley, Pinetown||Indigo Vats||Entabeni Road||Pinetown||KZN||3079||These vats were constructed by two Dutch immigrants, Colenbrander and Van Prehn, and were used between 1854 and 1856 for the manufacture of indigo dye.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1282||9/2/437/0005||Umbilo Waterworks, Paradise Valley Nature Reserve, Pinetown||Umbilo Waterworks||Oxford Road||Pinetown||KwaZulu-Natal||3064 & 3065||This site is one of the earliest large scale gravity fed water supply schemes in South AFrica.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1282||9/2/437/0005||Umbilo Waterworks, Paradise Valley Nature Reserve, Pinetown||Umbilo Waterworks||Oxford Road||Pinetown||KZN||3064 & 3065||This site is one of the earliest large scale gravity fed water supply schemes in South AFrica.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1283||9/2/436/0094||The Grove, 29 Riverton Road, Pietermaritzburg||The Grove||29 Riverton Road||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||298||Among the few original surviving homesteads in the Scottsville area, an example of a suburban single storey residential house in colonial verandah style.  The original symmetry of the house has been compomised by alteration but enough of the house survive||Register
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| 1283||9/2/436/0094||The Grove, 29 Riverton Road, Pietermaritzburg||The Grove||29 Riverton Road||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||298||Among the few original surviving homesteads in the Scottsville area, an example of a suburban single storey residential house in colonial verandah style.  The original symmetry of the house has been compomised by alteration but enough of the house survive||Register
 
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| 1284||9/2/436/0087||131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street, Central||131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2313||This building was listed in terms of Clause 27 bis of the Draft Town Planning Scheme on 14 February ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1284||9/2/436/0087||131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street, Central||131 Pietermaritz (Cnr Deanery) Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2313||This building was listed in terms of Clause 27 bis of the Draft Town Planning Scheme on 14 February ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1285||9/2/436/0083||Norfolk Villa, 196 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg||Norfolk Villa||196 Loop Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||2719||This prominent building at various times the home of two prominet and high ranking, Imperial militar||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1285||9/2/436/0083||Norfolk Villa, 196 Loop Street, Pietermaritzburg||Norfolk Villa||196 Loop Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||2719||This prominent building at various times the home of two prominet and high ranking, Imperial militar||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1286||9/2/440/0010||Richmond and Byrne District Museum, 46 Victoria (Cnr Chiley) Street, Richmond||Richmond & Byrne District Museum||46 Victoria (Cnr Chilley) Street||Richmond||KwaZulu-Natal||219||This building is the best preserved and most impressive surviving example of a vernacular form of ar||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1286||9/2/440/0010||Richmond and Byrne District Museum, 46 Victoria (Cnr Chiley) Street, Richmond||Richmond & Byrne District Museum||46 Victoria (Cnr Chilley) Street||Richmond||KZN||219||This building is the best preserved and most impressive surviving example of a vernacular form of ar||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1287||9/2/446/0001/001||Himeville Fort, 34 Arbuckle (Cnr George) Street, Himeville: Undeclared section||Himeville Fort||34 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KwaZulu-Natal||36||||Register
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| 1287||9/2/446/0001/001||Himeville Fort, 34 Arbuckle (Cnr George) Street, Himeville: Undeclared section||Himeville Fort||34 Arbuckle Street||Himeville||KZN||36||||Register
 
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| 1288||9/2/436/0005-164||46 Braid Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||46 Braid Street||46 Braid Street||Pietermaritzburg||KwaZulu-Natal||1966||The house has architectural merit and is part of an architectural grouping, over eighty years old, a||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
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| 1288||9/2/436/0005-164||46 Braid Street, Central, Pietermaritzburg||46 Braid Street||46 Braid Street||Pietermaritzburg||KZN||1966||The house has architectural merit and is part of an architectural grouping, over eighty years old, a||Heritage Register (KZN Heritage Act)
 
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| 1289||9/2/444/0006||General Louis Botha's Birthplace, Greytown, Umvoti District||General Louis Botha's Birthplace||, Umvoti District||Greytown||KwaZulu-Natal||1355||Birthplace of General Louis Botha, an historically important South African leader and politician.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1289||9/2/444/0006||General Louis Botha's Birthplace, Greytown, Umvoti District||General Louis Botha's Birthplace||, Umvoti District||Greytown||KZN||1355||Birthplace of General Louis Botha, an historically important South African leader and politician.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1290||9/2/444/0003||Town Hall, 37-47 Bell (Cnr Pine) Street, Greytown||Greytown Town Hall||37-47 Bell (Cnr Pine) Street||Greytown||KwaZulu-Natal||1196 (407?)||architecture design of quality||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1290||9/2/444/0003||Town Hall, 37-47 Bell (Cnr Pine) Street, Greytown||Greytown Town Hall||37-47 Bell (Cnr Pine) Street||Greytown||KZN||1196 (407?)||architecture design of quality||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1291||9/2/447/0015||Old Powder Magazine, President Street, Utrecht||Republican Powder Magazine||President Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||739||One of three similar structures erected by the ZAR in 1893.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1291||9/2/447/0015||Old Powder Magazine, President Street, Utrecht||Republican Powder Magazine||President Street||Utrecht||KZN||739||One of three similar structures erected by the ZAR in 1893.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1292||9/2/447/0013||Dutch Reformed Church, 50 Church (Bloem) Street, Utrecht||Dutch Reformed Church||50 Church (Cnr Bloem)||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||236 & 237 & 238||The foundation stone of this church was laid by the commandant General of the Transvaal, Gen. P.J. J||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1292||9/2/447/0013||Dutch Reformed Church, 50 Church (Bloem) Street, Utrecht||Dutch Reformed Church||50 Church (Cnr Bloem)||Utrecht||KZN||236 & 237 & 238||The foundation stone of this church was laid by the commandant General of the Transvaal, Gen. P.J. J||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1293||9/2/447/0009||Dirk Uys House, 61 Church Street, Utrecht||Dirk Uys House||61 Church Street||Utrecht||KwaZulu-Natal||242||Historical and architectural interest - the original portion of this house is one of the earliest bu||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1293||9/2/447/0009||Dirk Uys House, 61 Church Street, Utrecht||Dirk Uys House||61 Church Street||Utrecht||KZN||242||Historical and architectural interest - the original portion of this house is one of the earliest bu||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1294||9/2/439/0016||Royston Hall, 10 Royston Lane, Umtentweni||Royston Hall||Umtentweni||Umtentweni||KwaZulu-Natal||949||This local landmark is the oldest residence in the area.  It was occupied from 1906 to 1942 by "Galloping Jack" Brigadier-General John Robinson Royston, CMG,DSO a prominent figure in his time.||Register
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| 1294||9/2/439/0016||Royston Hall, 10 Royston Lane, Umtentweni||Royston Hall||Umtentweni||Umtentweni||KZN||949||This local landmark is the oldest residence in the area.  It was occupied from 1906 to 1942 by "Galloping Jack" Brigadier-General John Robinson Royston, CMG,DSO a prominent figure in his time.||Register
 
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| 1296||9/2/440/0001||Blarney, Farm Dunbar Estate 1478, Richmond District||Blarney||Farm Dunbar Estate 1478||Richmond||KwaZulu-Natal||1478||One of the earliest British settler homes in Byrne, Natal, built by Fred McLeod.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1296||9/2/440/0001||Blarney, Farm Dunbar Estate 1478, Richmond District||Blarney||Farm Dunbar Estate 1478||Richmond||KZN||1478||One of the earliest British settler homes in Byrne, Natal, built by Fred McLeod.||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1297||9/2/441/0002||Sycamore Fig Riverine Forest, Farm Kleinspan 14182, Ubombo District||Sycamore Fig Riverine Forest||Banks of Mkuzi River, Farm Kleinspan||||KwaZulu-Natal||14182||||Heritage Area
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| 1297||9/2/441/0002||Sycamore Fig Riverine Forest, Farm Kleinspan 14182, Ubombo District||Sycamore Fig Riverine Forest||Banks of Mkuzi River, Farm Kleinspan||||KZN||14182||||Heritage Area
 
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| 1298||9/2/440/0015||Lynmouth Glacial Pavement, Farm Hopewell 881, Richmond District||Lynmouth Glacial Pavement||||||KwaZulu-Natal||881||This unspoiled site is one of geological significance, exhibiting fine evidence of the glacial activ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1298||9/2/440/0015||Lynmouth Glacial Pavement, Farm Hopewell 881, Richmond District||Lynmouth Glacial Pavement||||||KZN||881||This unspoiled site is one of geological significance, exhibiting fine evidence of the glacial activ||Provincial Heritage Site
 
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| 1299||9/2/440/0014||Joseph Baynes Mausoleum, Farm Nel's Rust 849, Richmond District||Joseph Baynes Mausoleum||Farm Nel's Rust 849, Richmond District||||KwaZulu-Natal||849||This aesthetically significant site is the burial place of Joseph Baynes, a turn of the century phil||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1299||9/2/440/0014||Joseph Baynes Mausoleum, Farm Nel's Rust 849, Richmond District||Joseph Baynes Mausoleum||Farm Nel's Rust 849, Richmond District||||KZN||849||This aesthetically significant site is the burial place of Joseph Baynes, a turn of the century phil||Provincial Heritage Site
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