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| 1594||9/2/071/0007||Teich house complex, Sofia Street, Philipstown||Teich House complex||6-10 Sophia Street, cnr Grey Street||Philipstown||NC||316||The Teich House complex is one of the finest examples of Karoo architecture in the Winterveld area. ||Provisional Protection
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| 1595||9/2/078/0012-060||35 Loop Street, Richmond||35 Loop Street||35 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||219||An attractive house enhancing the architectural environment.||Register
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| 1596||9/2/019/0002-138||19 Grey Street, Carnarvon||19 Grey Street||19 Grey Street||Carnarvon||NC||545||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1597||9/2/078/0012-059||Erf 622, 46 Loop Street, Richmond||Public Library||46 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||622||Contributes to the architecture of the street||Register
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| 1598||9/2/019/0002-139||17 Grey Street, Carnarvon||17 Grey Street||17 Grey Street||Carnarvon||NC||544||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1599||9/2/100/0002-139||3A Cypress Street, Victoria West||3A Cypress Street||3A Cypress Street||Victoria West||NC||89||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1600||9/2/078/0012-058||146 Pienaar Street, Richmond||146 Pienaar Street||146 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||199||This neat house is part of a group starting from the corner shop and enhances the architectural envi||Register
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| 1601||9/2/019/0002-141||9 Kronkel Road, Carnarvon||9 Kronkel Road||9 Kronkel Road||Carnarvon||NC||22||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1602||9/2/049/0120-070||25 Milner Street, Kimberley||25 Milner Street||25 Milner Street, cnr Synagogue Street||Kimberley||NC||949||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1603||9/2/019/0002-142||5 Kronkel Road, Carnarvon||5 Kronkel Road||5 Kronkel Road, cnr High Street||Carnarvon||NC||10||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1604||9/2/049/0120-090||15 Milner Street, Kimberley||15 Milner Street||15 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||944||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1605||9/2/019/0002-143||14 Alheit Street, Carnarvon||14 Alheit Street||14 Alheit Street, cnr Park Lane||Carnarvon||NC||601||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1606||9/2/100/0002-136||6 Hugo Street, Victoria West||6 Hugo Street||6 Hugo Street||Victoria West||NC||450||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1607||9/2/078/0012-056||Pienaar Street, Richmond||Pienaar Street||Pienaar Street, cnr Beaufort Street||Richmond||NC||94||Despite the alterations, the house is still of value to the architectural environment.||Register
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| 1608||9/2/078/0012-055||40 Loop Street, Richmond||40 Loop Street||40 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||328||A very fine well-kept house.||Register
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| 1609||9/2/019/0002-144||16 Zahn Street, Carnarvon||16 Zahn Street||16 Zahn Street, cnr Van Riebeeck Street||Carnarvon||NC||19||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1610||9/2/078/0012-054||38 Loop Street, Richmond||38 Loop Street||38 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||329||The house is typical of much of the town's architecturwe and contributes to te environment||Register
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| 1611||9/2/100/0002-135||11 New Street, Victoria West||Vergenoeg||11 New Street||Victoria West||NC||447||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1612||9/2/100/0002-137||20 Richmond Street, Victoria West||20 Richmond Street||20 Richmond Street, cnr New Street||Victoria West||NC||442||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1613||9/2/100/0002-133||136 Church Street, Victoria West||136 Church Street||136 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||4||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1614||9/2/078/0012-019||26 Loop Street, Richmond||26 Loop Street||26 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||314||Was possibly originally a flat roofed Karoo type house. A good house that contributes to the archite||Register
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| 1615||9/2/100/0002-146||3 Goldman Street, Victoria West||3 Goldman Street||3 Goldman Street||Victoria West||NC||433||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1616||9/2/100/0002-145||1 Cypress Street, Victoria West||Lushof||1 Cypress Street||Victoria West||NC||112||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1617||9/2/049/0120-088||21 Egerton Road, Kimberley||21 Egerton Road||21 Egerton Road||Kimberley||NC||467||||Register
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| 1618||9/2/035/0012-048||Grace Street, Hanover||Grace Street||Grace Street||Hanover||NC||49||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1619||9/2/078/0012-020||Paul Street, Richmond||Mortuary||Paul Street, cnr Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||438||19th C? A pleasently proportioned building, a landmark.||Register
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| 1620||9/2/049/0120-089||5 Egerton Road, Kimberley||5 Egerton Road||5 Egerton Road||Kimberley||NC||570||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 1621||9/2/100/0014-007||Erf 50, Market Street, Vosburg||Erf 50, Market Street||Market Street||Vosburg||NC||50||Largely intact Victorian dwelling with two forward projecting gables.  It contributes significantly ||Register
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| 1622||9/2/100/0002-144||19 Helpmekaar Street, Victoria West||19 Helpmekaar Street||19 Helpmekaar Street, cnr Voortrekker Street||Victoria West||NC||672||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1623||9/2/035/0012-032||Cnr Viljoen and Ryneveldt Streets, Hanover||Cnr Viljoen and Ryneveldt Streets||Viljoen Street, cnr Ryneveldt Street||Hanover||NC||130||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1624||9/2/100/0002-142||112 Church Street, Victoria West||112 Church Street||112 Church Street, cnr Kempen Street||Victoria West||NC||27||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1625||9/2/035/0012-034||Cnr Rhyneveldt and Boom Streets, Hanover||Cnr Rhyneveldt and Boom Streets||Rhyneveldt Street, cnr Boom Street||Hanover||NC||221||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1626||9/2/100/0002-151||1 Auret Street, Victoria West||1 Auret Street||1 Auret Street, cnr Probart Street||Victoria West||NC||399||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1627||9/2/035/0012-033||Erf 224, Murray Street, Hanover||Erf 224, Murray Street||Murray Street||Hanover||NC||224||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1628||9/2/078/0012-010||148 Pienaar Street, Richmond||Boom-Skraap||148 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||200||An attractive house enhancing the architectural environment.||Register
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| 1629||9/2/078/0012-047||54 Loop Street, Richmond||54 Loop Street||54 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||197||In keeping with street's architecture||Register
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| 1630||9/2/078/0012-063||66 Loop Street, Richmond||66 Loop Street||66 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||57||An attractive building enhancing the architectural environment||Register
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| 1631||9/2/100/0002-105||1 New Street, Victoria West||AGS Church||1 New Street, cnr Church Street||Victoria West||NC||456||A fine unspoilt cottage of architectural value||Register
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| 1632||9/2/078/0012-021||216 Paul Street, Richmond||216 Paul Street||216 Paul Street||Richmond||NC||490 & 491||Should be ugraded and preserved||Register
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| 1633||9/2/100/0003-034||Erf 132, Church Street, Vosburg||Erf 132, Church Street||Church Street||Vosburg||NC||132||A fine example of a small Karoo dwelling and outbuilding.  It has aesthetic merit and contributes to||Pending
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| 1634||9/2/100/0002-134||6 Parkes Street, Victoria West||6 Parkes Street||6 Parkes Street||Victoria West||NC||326||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1635||9/2/023/0007||26 Bell Street, Colesberg||26 Bell Street||26 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||309||his historic house is representative of the early Karoo architectural style. The house, together with the adjoining houses in Bell Street, forms an interesting historic and architectural complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1636||9/2/100/0014-037||Erf 33, Market Street, Vosburg||Erf 33, Market Street||Market Street||Vosburg||NC||33||An excellent example of a small Karoo dwelling in a largely intact condition.||Register
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| 1637||9/2/019/0009||Corbelled Buildings, T'Kokoboos, Carnarvon District||Corbelled Buildings||T'Kokobos, Carnarvon District||Carnarvon||NC||||T'Kokoboos is one of only two dated corbelled complexes in the Carnarvon District. It is a well pres||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1638||9/2/023/0011||34 Bell Street, Colesberg||34 Bell Street||34 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||303||This house is representative of early Karoo architecture. It is square with a beautiful cornice and interesting fan- light above the door.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1639||9/2/100/0014-036||Erf 153, Church Street, Vosburg||Erf 153, Church Street||Church Street||Vosburg||NC||153||A fine example of a Karoo vernacular building.  Located on a corner.  Largely intact.  It has aesthe||Register
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| 1640||9/2/100/0014-035||Erf 165, Van Rensburg Street, Vosburg||Erf 165, Van Rensburg Street||Van Rensburg Street, cnr Plein Street||Vosburg||NC||165||A well kept Victorian cottage which has been sensitively modernised.  It has an interesting roof con||Register
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| 1641||9/2/023/0008||28 Bell Street, Colesberg||28 Bell Street||28 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||308||This house is representative of early Karoo architecture.  The building is square with fine cornice.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1642||9/2/035/0012-030||Cnr Market and Rawstorne Streets, Hanover||Cnr Market and Rawstorne Streets||Market Street, cnr Rawstorne Street||Hanover||NC||512||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1643||9/2/023/0033-034||11 D'Urban Row, Colesberg||11 D'Urban Row||11 D'Urban Row||Colesberg||NC||453||Intrinsic architectural/ aesthetic merit||Register
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| 1644||9/2/017/0009||42-44 Hope Street, Calvinia||Hantam House||42-44 Hope Street||Calvinia||NC||181, 182||Originally one of the gabled houses erected near the Dutch Reformed Church.  Possibly the first erf in Calvinia to be measured.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1645||9/2/100/0002-085||103 Church Street, Victoria West||103 Church Street||103 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||146||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1646||9/2/100/0002-094||97 Church Street, Victoria West||Semper Eadem||97 Church Street, cnr Schultz Street||Victoria West||NC||138||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1647||9/2/023/0033-033||2 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg||2 Ventershoek Street||2 Ventershoek Street||Colesberg||NC||1321||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1648||9/2/019/0002-149||12 Grey Street, Carnarvon||12 Grey Street||12 Grey Street||Carnarvon||NC||74||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1649||9/2/035/0012-029||Cnr Darling and Berg Streets, Hanover||Cnr Darling and Berg Streets||Darling Street, cnr Berg Street||Hanover||NC||515||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1650||9/2/019/0002-150||Johanna Street, Carnarvon||Johanna Street||Johanna Street, cnr Hanau Street||Carnarvon||NC||647||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1651||9/2/078/0012-050||145 Pienaar Street, Richmond||145 Pienaar Street||145 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||345||Late 19th early 20th C? Typical of local architecture||Register
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| 1652||9/2/029/0006||Old Parsonage Museum, Fraserburg||Ou Pastorie Museum||||Fraserburg||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1653||9/2/019/0002-147||5 End Street, Carnarvon||5 End Street||5 End Street||Carnarvon||NC||316||Environmental interest||Register
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| 1654||9/2/078/0012-018||56 Loop Street, Richmond||56 Loop Street||56 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||196||In keeping with street's architecture||Register
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| 1655||9/2/100/0002-077||10 Fraser Street, Victoria West||10 Fraser Street||10 Fraser Street||Victoria West||NC||477||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1656||9/2/019/0002-145||1 End Street, Carnarvon||1 End Street||1 End Street||Carnarvon||NC||214||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1657||9/2/019/0002-146||9-11 Grey Street, Carnarvon||9-11 Grey Street||9-11 Grey Street||Carnarvon||NC||84||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1658||9/2/100/0002-115||4 Fraser Street, Victoria West||4 Fraser Street||4 Fraser Street||Victoria West||NC||484||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1659||9/2/100/0002-092||7 Fraser Street, Victoria West||7 Fraser Street||7 Fraser Street||Victoria West||NC||471||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1660||9/2/100/0002-091||2 Fraser Street, Victoria West||2 Fraser Street||2 Fraser Street, cnr Church Street||Victoria West||NC||485||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1661||9/2/078/0012-046||168 Pienaar Street, Richmond||168 Pienaar Street||168 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||334||Pity about the modern windows enclosing part of the verandah. Handsome house typical of its kind in ||Register
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| 1662||9/2/100/0002-090||5 Victoria Street, Victoria West||5 Victoria Street||5 Victoria Street||Victoria West||NC||217||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1663||9/2/035/0012-031||Gouws Street, Hanover||Gouws Street||Gouws Street||Hanover||NC||514||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1664||9/2/100/0002-089||1 Victoria Street, Victoria West||1 Victoria Street||1 Victoria Street, cnr Maeder Street||Victoria West||NC||215||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1665||9/2/100/0002-088||9 Market Street, Victoria West||9 Market Street||9 Market Street||Victoria West||NC||309||This is a very interesting house from and architectural and local cultural point of view.||Register
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| 1666||9/2/100/0014-040||Erf 151, Human Street, Vosburg||Erf 151, Human Street||Human Street||Vosburg||NC||151||The building is largely intact and has a very fine, if illkept, street elevation.||Register
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| 1667||9/2/078/0012-052||270 Hope Street, Richmond||270 Hope Street||270 Hope Street||Richmond||NC||225||Another of the few remaining relatively unspoilt houses of its kind in the town.||Register
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| 1668||9/2/100/0002-087||8 New Street, Victoria West||8 New Street||8 New Street||Victoria West||NC||467||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1669||9/2/100/0002-076||89B Church Street, Victoria West||89B Church Street||89B Church Street, cnr Kempen Street||Victoria West||NC||118||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1670||9/2/100/0014-039||Erf 111, Church Street, Vosburg||Erf 111, Church Street||Church Street||Vosburg||NC||111||Good example of a Karoo dwelling, unaltered and in an isolated location.  Contributes to the environ||Register
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| 1671||9/2/019/0002-148||10 Church Street, Carnarvon||10 Church Street||10 Church Street||Carnarvon||NC||111||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1672||9/2/078/0012-053||67 Loop Street, Richmond||67 Loop Street||67 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||20||1920's appearence, possibly older.||Register
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| 1673||9/2/091/0001||Dutch Reformed Church, Sutherland||Dutch Reformed Church||||Sutherland||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1674||9/2/023/0033-053||14 Kort Street, Colesberg||14 Kort Street||14 Kort Street||Colesberg||NC||400||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1675||9/2/078/0012-011||15 Loop Street, Richmond||15 Loop Street||15 Loop Street, cnr Spring Street||Richmond||NC||319||A very fine building.||Register
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| 1676||9/2/023/0033-052||1 Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg||1 Stockenstrom Square||1 Stockenstrom Square||Colesberg||NC||422||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1677||9/2/023/0033-051||Erf 443, Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg||Erf 443, Stockenstrom Square||Stockenstrom Square||Colesberg||NC||443||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1678||9/2/078/0012-001||247 Church Street, Richmond||247 Church Street||247 Church Street||Richmond||NC||380||One of hte few relatively unspoilt Karoo type houses in Richmond and typical of this street||Register
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| 1679||9/2/023/0033-050||2 Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg||2 Stockenstrom Square||2 Stockenstrom Square||Colesberg||NC||420||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1680||9/2/023/0033-049||Erf 505, 64 Church Street, Colesberg||Erf 505, 64 Church Street||64 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||505||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1681||9/2/035/0012-036||Erf 393, Cnr Gouws and Duncan Streets, Hanover||Erf 393, Cnr Gouws and Duncan Streets, Hanover||Gouws Street, cnr Duncan Street||Hanover||NC||393||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1682||9/2/023/0033-047||Erf 516, Church Street, Colesberg||Erf 516, Church Street||Church Street||Colesberg||NC||516||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1683||9/2/023/0033-016||Ellerslie, Church Street, Colesberg||Ellerslie||Church Street||Colesberg||NC||502||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1684||9/2/078/0012-014||156 Pienaar Street, Richmond||156 Pienaar Street||156 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||208||Altered building, facebricks should be painted||Register
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| 1685||9/2/023/0033-046||18 Kort Street, Colesberg||18 Kort Street||18 Kort Street||Colesberg||NC||398 & 399||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1686||9/2/100/0002-058||4 Cypress Street, Victoria West||4 Cypress Street||4 Cypress Street||Victoria West||NC||90||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1687||9/2/100/0002-130||17 Brinkman Street, Victoria West||Nietehoog||17 Brinkman Street||Victoria West||NC||182||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1688||9/2/100/0002-129||11 Brinkman Street, Victoria West||11 Brinkman Street||11 Brinkman Street||Victoria West||NC||191||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1689||9/2/019/0002-134||2 Victoria Street, Carnarvon||2 Victoria Street||2 Victoria Street, cnr Hanau Street||Carnarvon||NC||124||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1690||9/2/019/0002-135||8 Sterrenberg Street, Carnarvon||8 Sterrenberg Street||8 Sterrenberg Street||Carnarvon||NC||163||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1691||9/2/023/0033-048||11 Bell Street, Colesberg||11 Bell Street||11 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||295||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1692||9/2/100/0002-022||87 Church Street, Victoria West||87 Church Street||87 Church Street, cnr Kempen Street||Victoria West||NC||111||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1693||9/2/049/0120-072||15 Dalham Road, Kimberley||15 Dalham Road||15 Dalham Road||Kimberley||NC||885||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance.||Register - Query
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| 1694||9/2/100/0002-024||89 Church Street, Victoria West||89 Church Street||89 Church Street, cnr Kempen Street||Victoria West||NC||118||Outstanding architectural merit||Register
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| 1695||9/2/078/0012-006||208 Paul Street, Richmond||Morgue||208 Paul Street, cnr Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||425||In scale and style these buildings fit in with the architectural environment.||Register
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| 1696||9/2/078/0012-007||258 Church Street, Richmond||April||258 Church Street, cnr Brink Street||Richmond||NC||357||An attractive house enhancing the architectural environment.||Register
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| 1697||9/2/078/0012-008||60 Loop Street, Richmond||60 Loop Street||60 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||52||An attractive unspoilt building enhancing the architectural environment||Register
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| 1698||9/2/019/0002-023||Old Parsonage, Union Square, Carnarvon||Old Parsonage||Union Square||Carnarvon||NC||181||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1699||9/2/023/0033-004||5 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg||5 Rhyneveld Street||5 Rhyneveld Street||Colesberg||NC||247||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1700||9/2/019/0002-128||19 Church Street, Carnarvon||19 Church Street||19 Church Street||Carnarvon||NC||439||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1701||9/2/100/0002-023||109 Church Street, Victoria West||109 Church Street||109 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||143||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1702||9/2/023/0033-057||4-6 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg||4-6 Ventershoek Street||4-6 Ventershoek Street||Colesberg||NC||127, 126 & 774||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1703||9/2/023/0033-002||21 D'Urban Row, Colesberg||21 D'Urban Row||21 D'Urban Row||Colesberg||NC||458||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1704||9/2/078/0012-009||152 Pienaar Street, Richmond||152 Pienaar Street||152 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||235||Contributes to the architectural environment||Register
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| 1705||9/2/049/0127||186 Du Toitspan Road, Kimberley||186 Du Toitspan Road||186 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||557||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 1706||9/2/100/0002-021||83 Church Street, Victoria West||83 Church Street||83 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||92||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1707||9/2/049/0120-085||19 Egerton Road, Kimberley||19 Egerton Road||19 Egerton Road||Kimberley||NC||468||||Register
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| 1708||9/2/023/0033-043||4 Bell Street, Colesberg||4 Bell Street||4 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||333||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1709||9/2/023/0033-045||10 Bell Street, Colesberg||10 Bell Street||10 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||339||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1710||9/2/023/0033-030||23 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg||23 Ventershoek Street||23 Ventershoek Street||Colesberg||NC||55 & 56||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1711||9/2/023/0033-003||16 Campbell Street, Colesberg||16 Campbell Street||16 Campbell Street||Colesberg||NC||558||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1712||9/2/049/0120-087||22 Milner Street, Kimberley||22 Milner Street||22 Milner Street, cnr Synagogue Street||Kimberley||NC||938||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1713||9/2/100/0002-128||9 Brinkman Street, Victoria West||9 Brinkman Street||9 Brinkman Street||Victoria West||NC||192||A very fine house of architectural value and a good example of its style.||Register
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| 1714||9/2/100/0002-117||57 Church Street, Victoria West||57 Church Street||57 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||368 & 852||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1715||9/2/100/0002-116||15 Auret Street, Victoria West||15 Auret Street||15 Auret Street||Victoria West||NC||393||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1716||9/2/019/0002-137||4 Daniel Street, Carnarvon||4 Daniel Street||4 Daniel Street||Carnarvon||NC||510||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1717||9/2/023/0033-038||24 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg||24 Stockenstrom Street||24 Stockenstrom Street||Colesberg||NC||382 & 383||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1718||9/2/023/0033-037||4 Low Street, Colesberg||4 Low Street||4 Louw Street||Colesberg||NC||43||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1719||9/2/023/0033-036||35 Church Street, Colesberg||35 Church Street||35 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||496||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1720||9/2/049/0069||199 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||199 Dutoitspan Road||199 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||526||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1721||9/2/023/0033-035||20 Church Street, Colesberg||20 Church Street||20 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||242||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1722||9/2/035/0012-038||Cnr Duncan and Darling Streets, Hanover||Cnr Duncan and Darling Streets||Duncan Street, cnr Darling Street||Hanover||NC||328||Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1723||9/2/100/0002-141||25 Helpmekaar Street, Victoria West||25 Helpmekaar Street||25 Helpmekaar Street, cnr Voortrekker Street||Victoria West||NC||522||Of local architectural and cultural value and an interesting example of corrugated iron architecture||Register
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| 1724||9/2/100/0002-122||130 Church Street, Victoria West||130 Church Street||130 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||7||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1725||9/2/100/0002-124||54 Church Street, Victoria West||54 Church Street||54 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||354||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1726||9/2/100/0002-150||122 Church Street, Victoria West||122 Church Street||122 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||16||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1727||9/2/100/0002-149||120 Church Street, Victoria West||120 Church Street||120 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||17||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1728||9/2/035/0012-025||Outbuilding, Boom Street, Hanover||Outbuilding||Boom Street||Hanover||NC||217||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1729||9/2/100/0002-148||118 Church Street, Victoria West||118 Church Street||118 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||20||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1730||9/2/023/0032||3 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg||3 Rhyneveld Street||3 Rhyneveld Street||Colesberg||NC||258||This house and 'Bordeaux' are the only two remaining luxury 'dorpshuis' in Colesberg, Owned by weal||Register
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| 1731||9/2/035/0009||Olive Schreiner House, 11 Grace Street, Hanover||Olive Schreiner House||11 Grace Street||Hanover||NC||51||Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1732||9/2/100/0002-132||8A, 8B, 8C Parkes Street, Victoria West||8A||8A, 8B, 8C Parkes Street||Victoria West||NC||1110||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1733||9/2/100/0002-147||114 Church Street, Victoria West||114 Church Street||114 Church Street, cnr Kempen Street||Victoria West||NC||25||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1734||9/2/019/0002-136||24 Daniel Street, Carnarvon||24 Daniel Street||24 Daniel Street||Carnarvon||NC||554||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1735||9/2/023/0033-044||39 Church Street, Colesberg||39 Church Street||39 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||498||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1736||9/2/023/0033-059||5 Church Street, Colesberg||Hazeldene||5 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||314||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1737||9/2/100/0002-126||3 Fraser Street, Victoria West||3 Fraser Street||3 Fraser Street||Victoria West||NC||465||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1738||9/2/100/0002-125||1 Kempen Street, Victoria West||1 Kempen Street||1 Kempen Street, cnr Daniel Hugo Street||Victoria West||NC||126||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1739||9/2/100/0002-114||12 Malan Street, Victoria West||12 Malan Street||12 Malan Street||Victoria West||NC||614||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1740||9/2/078/0012-017||120 Pienaar Street, Richmond||120 Pienaar Street||120 Pienaar Street, cnr Blake Street||Richmond||NC||73||Enhances the architectural enviroment.||Register
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| 1741||9/2/100/0002-123||19 Malan Street, Victoria West||19 Malan Street||19 Malan Street||Victoria West||NC||583||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1742||9/2/100/0002-127||5 Brinkman Street, Victoria West||5 Brinkman Street||5 Brinkman Street||Victoria West||NC||197||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1743||9/2/100/0002-121||4 Parsonage Street, Victoria West||Anker||4 Parsonage Street||Victoria West||NC||78||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1744||9/2/100/0002-120||5A Parkes Street, Victoria West||5A Parkes Street||5A Parkes Street||Victoria West||NC||327||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1745||9/2/023/0025||5 Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg||5 Stockenstrom Square||5 Stockenstrom Square||Colesberg||NC||407, 408, 413 & 414||Fine example of Karoo architecture. Early 20th century modifications made eg. hipped roof, central g||Register
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| 1746||9/2/100/0002-119||1 Commercial Street, Victoria West||1 Commercial Street||1 Commercial Street, cnr Brinkman Street||Victoria West||NC||58||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1747||9/2/023/0033-039||6 Church Street, Colesberg||6 Church Street||6 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||257||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1748||9/2/078/0012-015||14 Spring Street, Richmond||14 Spring Street||14 Spring Street||Richmond||NC||302||Late 19th or early 20th century.||Register
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| 1749||9/2/100/0002-118||3 Brinkman Street, Victoria West||3 Brinkman Street||3 Brinkman Street||Victoria West||NC||199||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1750||9/2/078/0012-016||158 Pienaar Street, Richmond||158 Pienaar Street||158 Pienaar Street, cnr Church Street||Richmond||NC||340||This house is sympathetic to the architectural environment.||Register
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| 1751||9/2/023/0033-042||17 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg||17 Ventershoek Street||17 Ventershoek Street||Colesberg||NC||61, 62, 63 & 64||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1752||9/2/049/0120-036||Cenotaph, Spencer Street, Kimberley||Cenotaph||Spencer Street||Kimberley||NC||||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1753||9/2/023/0005||Dutch Reformed Church, Colesberg||Dutch Reformed Church||||Colesberg||NC||311||The church is the major landmark in Colesberg and is closely associated with the development of the ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1754||9/2/019/0003||Dutch Reformed Mission Church Complex, Union Square, Carnarvon||Dutch Reformed Mission Church Complex||Union Square||Carnarvon||NC||||The Dutch Reformed Church complex at Carnarvon is an excellent example of a Rhenish Mission built in||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1755||9/2/049/0039||Oriental Building, 27 De Beers Road, Kimberley||Oriental Building||27 De Beers Road||Kimberley||NC||9731||The Oriental building is the only remaining example of its architectural type in Kimberley. It chara||Provisional Protection
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| 1756||9/2/023/0033-025||Erf 230 and 232, 28 Church Street, Colesberg||Shop||28 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||230 & 232||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1757||9/2/017/0005||Dutch Reformed Church, 15 Dorp Street, Calvinia||Dutch Reformed Church||15 Dorp Street||Calvinia||NC||82||The foundation-stone of this building was laid on 30 September 1899. The church was inaugurated in November 1900. It is an imposing Neo-Gothic cruciform church that was designed by J Gaysford and that constitutes the most important architectural element i||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1758||9/2/074/0007||Old Police Station complex, Rhodes Street, Danielskuil||Old Police Station complex||8 Rhodes Street||Danielskuil||NC||295||||Register
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| 1759||9/2/008/0008||Sydney-on-Vaal, Barkly West District||Sydney-on-Vaal||Farm Than 280, Barkly West District||Barkly West||NC||||Sydney-on-Vaal is an excellent example of a village planned in the English tradition of a green or square as the||Heritage Area
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| 1760||9/2/035/0003-002||Post Office, Church Street, Hanover||Post Office||Church Street||Hanover||NC||139||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1761||9/2/049/0060||Cape Police Memorial, Lodge Road, Kimberley||Cape Police Memorial||Lodge Road||Kimberley||NC||2517||||Register
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| 1762||9/2/023/0033-026||8 Campbell Street, Colesberg||8 Campbell Street||8 Campbell Street||Colesberg||NC||551 & 552||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1763||9/2/066/0024-002||Old Church, Rhenish Mission Complex, Steinkopf||Old Church||Rhenish Mission Complex, Concordia||Steinkopf||NC||2054||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1764||9/2/100/0007||Dutch Reformed Church, 67 Church Street, Victoria West||Dutch Reformed Church||67 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||229||The church in Victoria West is one of the first constructed in the NC. It is largely unaltered a||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1765||9/2/066/0021-002||First Dutch Reformed Church, Synagogue Street, Springbok||First Dutch Reformed Church||Synagogue Street||Springbok||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1766||9/2/035/0012-015||Hanover Primary School, Rawstornes Street, Hanover||Hanover Primary School||Rawstornes Street||Hanover||NC||303||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1767||9/2/100/0002-044||Old Victoria West Primary School, Auret Street, Victoria West||Old Victoria West Primary School||Auret Street||Victoria West||NC||371||A simple but fine building which could be investigated for proclamtion as it is of local and cultura||Register
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| 1768||9/2/066/0021-001||Old Synagogue, Synagogue Street, Springbok||Old Synagogue||Synagogue Street||Springbok||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1769||9/2/071/0005||Magistrate's Court, Market Street, Philipstown||Magistrate's Court||Market Street||Philipstown||NC||374||||Register
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| 1770||9/2/049/0120-035||7 Carrington Road, Kimberley||7 Carrington Road||7 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1162||||Register
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| 1771||9/2/100/0014-019||Hunters Home Hotel, Market Street, Vosburg||Hunters Home Hotel||Market Street||Vosburg||NC||58, 61 & 62||Other than the Dutch Reformed Church this building is pivotal in the town.  Although alterations hav||Register
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| 1772||9/2/023/0013-001||1 D'Urban Row, Colesberg||1 D'Urban Row||1 D'Urban Row||Colesberg||NC||768||This property with its double-storeyed Georgian house forms an integral part of the historic core of Colesberg. The house dates from the 1830s while the stables and rondavel shaped building at the rear are presumably much older.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1773||9/2/100/0002-051||Town Hall, 65 Church Street, Victoria West||Town Hall||65 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||228||Of architectural and cultural value||Register
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| 1774||9/2/035/0012-023||Hall, cnr Market and Darling Streets, Hanover||Hall||Market Street, cnr Darling Street||Hanover||NC||233||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1775||9/2/023/0033-028||27 Church Street, Colesberg||27 Church Street||27 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||491||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1776||9/2/066/0020||Copper smelting chimney, Springbok||Copper smelting chimney||||Springbok||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1777||9/2/066/0021||Old Synagogue and First Dutch Reformed Church, Synagogue Street, Springbok||Old Synagogue and First Dutch Reformed Church||||Springbok||NC||||This oblong stone building that was erected in 1877 was the first Ned. Geref. Church building in Springbok. It was restored in 1899 and served increasingly as a church building until 1921. The adjacent Jewish Synagogue was erected by M. Klawansky in 1929.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1778||9/2/100/0002-050||96, 98 and 100 Church Street, Victoria West||96||96, 98 & 100 Church Street, cnr Commercial Street||Victoria West||NC||43, 45,46, 47, 48||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1779||9/2/023/0015||Horse and Mill, Bell Street, Colesberg||Horse and Mill||Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||329||This square, double storeyed warehouse is the only remaining example of its kind in Colesberg and, together with the other historic buildings in Bell Street, forms, a unique architectural and historic group.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1780||9/2/100/0014-020||Garage, Market Street, Vosburg||Garage||Market Street||Vosburg||NC||53||An intact early outbuilding, probably originally a stable.  Interesting Cape end gables.  It contrib||Register
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| 1781||9/2/023/0017||Kemper Museum, Rhyneveld Square, Colesberg||Kemper Museum||Rhyneveld Square||Colesberg||NC||271||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1782||9/2/035/0012-022||Shop complex, Market Street, Hanover||Shop complex||Market Street||Hanover||NC||288||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1783||9/2/035/0012-021||Shop, cnr Darling and Loop Streets, Hanover||Shop||Darling Street, cnr Loop Street||Hanover||NC||294||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1784||9/2/100/0002-038||Municipal offices, 84B Church Street, Victoria West||Municipal offices||84B Church Street||Victoria West||NC||254||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1785||9/2/035/0012-020||Standard Bank, cnr Market and Darling Streets, Hanover||Standard Bank||Market Street, cnr Darling Street||Hanover||NC||230||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1786||9/2/078/0012-026||140 Pienaar Street, Richmond||Du Plessis en Seun||140 Pienaar Street, cnr Market Street||Richmond||NC||193||Largely in its original state and is of local historical and architectural value.||Register
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| 1787||9/2/023/0033-027||49 Church Street, Colesberg||Avon Hand Made Gifts||49 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||503||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1788||9/2/078/0004||De Oude Dak, 237 Paul Street, Richmond||De Oude Dak, 237 Paul Street, Richmond||237 Paul Street||Richmond||NC||398||De Oude Dak is one of only three known Cape Dutch style buildings in the NC and is the ol||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1789||9/2/049/0098||Magersfontein Battlefield, Kimberley District||Magersfontein Battelfield||Kimberley District||Kimberley||NC||178||One of the major battles of the Anglo-Boer War, the Battle of Magersfontein took place here on 11 December 1899.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1790||9/2/100/0002-049||72 Church Street, Victoria West||72 Church Street||72 Church Street, cnr Victoria Street||Victoria West||NC||335||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1791||9/2/067/0003||Old Anglican Church, Shaw Street, Noupoort||Old Anglican Church||||Noupoort||NC||||The stone church in the neo-Gothic style was erected in 1901 by British troops, who had their headquarters at Noupoort, and is intimately associated with the history of the town.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1792||9/2/035/0002-014||Bell Street, Hanover||Bell Street||Bell Street||Hanover||NC||379||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1793||9/2/100/0002-065||4 Parkes Street, Victoria West||4 Parkes Street||4 Parkes Street||Victoria West||NC||325||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1794||9/2/100/0002-074||Methodist Church, 1 Brinkman Street, Victoria West||Methodist Church||1 Brinkman Street||Victoria West||NC||200 & 290||A very striking building of local architectural and cultural value.||Register
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| 1795||9/2/049/0034||Queens Park, Park Road, Kimberley||Queens Park||Park Road||Kimberley||NC||1||||Register
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| 1796||9/2/035/0003-001||Magistrate's Court, Church Street, Hanover||Magistrate's Court||Church Street||Hanover||NC||134||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1797||9/2/035/0012-024||Library, Darling Street, Hanover||Library||Darling Street||Hanover||NC||234||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1798||9/2/100/0009||Municipal Cemetery, Richmond Street, Victoria West||Cemetery||Richmond Street||Victoria West||NC||476||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1799||9/2/023/0033-020||Bridge, Sarel Cilliers Street, Colesberg||Bridge||Sarel Cilliers Street||Colesberg||NC||||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1800||9/2/023/0033-018||Cemetery, Church Street, Colesberg||Cemetery||Church Street||Colesberg||NC||596||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1801||9/2/066/0017||Cornish pump building, Okiep, Namaqualand District||Cornish pump building||||Okiep||NC||||This unique pump engine, typical of that invented by Thomas Newcome of Cornwall in 1712, was used to pump water from the O'Okiep mine during the period 1882 to 1929. The pump engine was restored in 1965-1968.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1802||9/2/100/0010-002||Conservation Area #2, Victoria West||Conservation Area #2||||Victoria West||NC||||||Heritage Area
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| 1803||9/2/049/0016||Alexander McGregor Memorial Museum, 10 Chapel Street, Kimberley||Alexander McGregor Memorial Museum||10 Chapel Street||Kimberley||NC||10340||This imposing double storeyed building, erected 1907, was designed by the architect Carstairs Rogers on the instruction of Mrs Margaret McGregor as a memorial to her husband Alexander McGregor, a diamond pioneer who was the Mayor of Kimberley in 1886. The||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1804||9/2/049/0022||McGregor Museum, Atlas Street, Kimberley||McGregor Museum||Atlas Street||Kimberley||NC||16429||This building, designed by th architect D W Greatbatch, was erected in 1897 as a recuperative hotel and was known as the Kimberley Sanatorium. In 1908 De Beers Consolidated Mines changed the name to Belgrave Hotel and it served as a luxury hotel until 193||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1805||9/2/049/0030||Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley||Kimberley Boys' High School||Memorial Road||Kimberley||NC||||The school building represents the peak of an architects school in Kimberley that ended with the out||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1806||9/2/049/0030-003||Memorial Library, Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley||Memorial Library, Kimberley Boys' High School||Memorial Road||Kimberley||NC||882||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1807||9/2/032/0012||Water Wheel, Main Street, Keimoes||Water wheel||Main Street||Keimoes||NC||904||This historic water-wheel is one of the few of its kind remaining in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1808||9/2/049/0003/002||Belgravia Conservation Area, Kimberley||Belgravia Conservation Area||Belgravia, Kimberley||Kimberley||NC||||||Heritage Area
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| 1809||9/2/049/0024||Kimberley Girls' High School, Rendlesham Road, Kimberley||Kimberley Girls High  School||Rendlesham Road, cnr Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||12173||The corner-stone of this impressive red-brick building complex, sesigned by the architect D.W. Greatbatch, was laid on 17 May 1906.  the Contractor was J. Newton and the terra-cotta work was executed by the firm church & McLauchlin.  The Kimberley Girls' ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1810||9/2/075/0007||Old Municipal Cemetery, Prieska||Old Cemetery||||Prieska||NC||343||The graveyard is of aesthetic interest. The war graves are of historic interest.||Register
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| 1811||9/2/019/0003-001||Dutch Reformed Mission Church, Unieplein, Carnarvon||Dutch Reformed Mission Church||Union Square||Carnarvon||NC||||The Dutch Reformed Church complex at Carnarvon is an excellent example of a Rhenish Mission built in||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1812||9/2/035/0004||Police Station and Gaol, 13 Church Street, Hanover||Police Station and Gaol||13 Church Street||Hanover||NC||158||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1813||9/2/105/0003||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Erf 381, River Street, Warrenton||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||River Street||Warrenton||NC||381||Situated to protect strategic positions along the Vaal River during the Anglo-Boer War the Blockhous||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1814||9/2/019/0002-080||10 Daniel Street, Carnarvon||10 Daniel Street||10 Daniel Street||Carnarvon||NC||94||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1815||9/2/074/0009||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Danielskuil||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Danielskuil, Postmasburg District||Danielskuil||NC||754||It was erected by the British Garrison stationed there during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) under t||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1816||9/2/035/0012-001||Irrigation furrow and trees on eastern side of town, Hanover||Irrigation furrow and trees||Eastern side of town||Hanover||NC||169||Aesthetically pleasing precinct which gives character to Christoffel Street.||Register
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| 1817||9/2/078/0012-027||132 Pienaar Street, Richmond||Church||132 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||60||Early 20th C? An atrractive building that enhances the streetscape.||Register
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| 1818||9/2/105/0004||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Warrenton Kultuuroord, Erf 327, Warrenton||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||||Warrenton||NC||327||Situated to protect strategic positions along the Vaal River during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902) t||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1819||9/2/078/0012-028||Eastern end of Pienaar Street, Richmond||Sprigg Bridge||Eastern end of Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||||Built in 1883||Register
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| 1820||9/2/049/0005/001||Market Square, Kimberley||Market Square||||Kimberley||NC||||The Market Square was the centre around which the City of Kimberley arose. It was the scene of many important events in the history of the City and of the Republic.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1821||9/2/049/0018||Kimberley Africana Library, Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||Kimberley Africana Library||Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||||The building is one of the city's oldest and is an important example of its type which was made poss||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1822||9/2/023/0033-023||Masonic Hall, Campbell Street, Colesberg||Masonic Hall||Campbell Street||Colesberg||NC||561||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1823||9/2/023/0033-021||Chirst Church, Church Street, Colesberg||Christ Church||Church Street||Colesberg||NC||490||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1824||9/2/100/0014-014||Old Parsonage, Market Street, Vosburg||Old Parsonage||Market Street||Vosburg||NC||45||An excellent example of an early Victorian residence which is intact in architectural detail.  It is||Register
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| 1825||9/2/035/0012-012||Dutch Reformed Church Office, cnr Ryneveldt and Murray Street, Hanover||Dutch Reformed Church office||cnr Ryneveldt and Murray Street||Hanover||NC||223||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1826||9/2/055/0003-001||Mission Church, Kuruman Moffat Mission, Seodin Street, Kuruman||Mission Church||||Kuruman||NC||5||One of the most important historical sites in the NC. Robert Moffat preached at the churc||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1827||9/2/107/0004||Dutch Reformed Church, Robinsky Street, Williston||Dutch Reformed Church||Robinsky Street||Williston||NC||82||This neo-Gothic church, the cornerstone of which was laid on 12 November 1912, was erected by the builder Van Der Hoven in the years 1912-1913 from locally procured stone and other material. The church was officially consecrated on 31 August 1913 by the R||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1828||9/2/023/0031||Bordeaux, 7 Church Street, Colesberg||Bordeaux||7 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||315||'Bordeaux' is one of only two remaining examples of luxury Dorpshuise built by farmers in||Register
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| 1829||15/K/Spr/2||Van der Stel's Copper Mine, Carolusberg, Namaqualand District||Van der Stel's Copper Mine||||||NC||||This piece of land, which is owned by the O'okiep Copper Company Limited, contains a mine shaft sunk by Commander Simon van der Stel on an expedition to the Copper Mountains in 1685.  The date, and most likely the other inscriptions, on the nearby rocks a||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1830||9/2/049/0106||Trinity Methodist Church, Chapel Street, Kimberley||Trinity Methodist Church||Chapel Street||Kimberley||NC||10251||As a historical landmark in Kimberley, the Trinity Methodist Church complex is of compact design and||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1831||9/2/019/0002-155||6 River Street, Carnarvon||6 River Street||6 River Street||Carnarvon||NC||53||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1832||9/2/023/0033-032||6 Grey Street, Colesberg||6 Grey Street||6 Grey Street||Colesberg||NC||88||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1833||9/2/019/0002-153||5 River Street, Carnarvon||5 River Street||5 River Street||Carnarvon||NC||62||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1834||9/2/078/0012-062||268 Hope Street, Richmond||268 Hope Street||268 Hope Street||Richmond||NC||226||The house contributes to the environment of this quiet street.||Register
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| 1835||9/2/100/0002-081||10 Daniel Hugo Street, Victoria West||10 Daniel Hugo Street||10 Daniel Hugo Street||Victoria West||NC||136||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1836||9/2/078/0012-049||28 Loop Street, Richmond||28 Loop Street||28 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||315||Might have been flat roofed originally. Part of a group and contributes to the architectural envirom||Register
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| 1837||9/2/100/0002-080||12 New Street, Victoria West||Erika||12 New Street||Victoria West||NC||472||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1838||9/2/023/0030||5-7 D'Urban Row, Colesberg||5-7 D'Urban Row||5-7 D'Urban Row||Colesberg||NC||449, 450 & 446||The house has been identified as a grade 1 building of outstanding aesthetic/enviromental merit in C||Register
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| 1839||9/2/100/0002-052||Prison, Prison Street, Victoria West||Prison||Prison Street||Victoria West||NC||276||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1840||9/2/019/0002-154||20 Daniel Street, Carnarvon||20 Daniel Street||20 Daniel Street||Carnarvon||NC||96||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1841||9/2/049/0090||The Grange, 13 Lodge Road, Kimberley||The Grange||13 Lodge Road||Kimberley||NC||472 & 473||These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of De Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form  the nucleus of the De Beers' conservation ar||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1842||9/2/100/0002-078||111 Church Street, Victoria West||Ruimte||111 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||144||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1843||9/2/049/0118||Kiddie House, 11 Currey Street, Kimberley||Kiddie House||11 Currey Street||Kimberley||NC||10633||Kiddie House is an excellent example of architecture in the early twentieth century.  It is built wi||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1844||9/2/023/0033-031||President Kruger Street, Colesberg||President Kruger Street||President Kruger Street||Colesberg||NC||131||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1845||9/2/100/0014-033||Erf 254, Maeder Street, Vosburg||Erf 254, Maeder Street||Maeder Street||Vosburg||NC||254||An excellent example of Karoo vernacular architecture, in particular, the decoration on the Maeder S||Register
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| 1846||9/2/100/0002-103||7 Daniel Hugo Street, Victoria West||7 Daniel Hugo Street||7 Daniel Hugo Street||Victoria West||NC||129 & 130||Outstanding architectural merit||Register
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| 1847||9/2/023/0033-058||8 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg||8 Ventershoek Street||8 Ventershoek Street||Colesberg||NC||122 & 123||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1848||9/2/019/0002-156||7 Johanna Street, Carnarvon||7 Johanna Street||7 Johanna Street||Carnarvon||NC||43||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1849||9/2/100/0002-079||5 Fraser Street, Victoria West||5 Fraser Street||5 Fraser Street||Victoria West||NC||470||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1850||9/2/100/0014-027||Erf 256, Victoria Street, Vosburg||Erf 256, Victoria Street||Victoria Street, cnr Van Staden Street||Vosburg||NC||256||A fine example of the Karoo style building in Vosburg. Detailing on the front facade is note-worthy.||Register
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| 1851||9/2/100/0014-028||Shop, Cilliers Street, Vosburg||Shop||Cilliers Street, cnr Church Street||Vosburg||NC||80||The shop and outbuildings are a rare surviving example of their type.||Register
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| 1852||9/2/019/0002-151||14 Johanna Street, Carnarvon||Sonneston||14 Johanna Street||Carnarvon||NC||36||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1853||9/2/107/0001||Corbelled building, Goraas, Williston District||Corbelled building, Goraas||Goraas, Williston District||||NC||130||This corbelled house is an example of the ingenuity of the first settlers in this area and is an important relic of the architectural history, Cultural and National, in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1854||9/2/100/0002-083||12 Daniel Hugo Street, Victoria West||12 Daniel Hugo Street||12 Daniel Hugo Street||Victoria West||NC||134||Cottage is in disrepair and could be restored||Register
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| 1855||9/2/100/0014-022||Outbuilding, Victoria Street, Vosburg||Outbuilding||Victoria Street, cnr Van Heerden Street||Vosburg||NC||183||This unusual Karoo building with an asymmetrical arrangement of openings and an intact werf, boundar||Register
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| 1856||9/2/100/0014-032||Erf 139, Church Street, Vosburg||Erf 139, Church Street||Church Street||Vosburg||NC||139||With the exception of one insensitive alteration this, building has aesthetic appeal and is largely ||Register
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| 1857||9/2/100/0014-030||Van Heerden Street, Vosburg||Van Heerden Street||Van Heerden Street||Vosburg||NC||141||Virtually unaltered Karoo house with aesthetic appeal in sensitive precinct.||Register
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| 1858||9/2/019/0002-152||9 River Street, Carnarvon||9 River Street||9 River Street||Carnarvon||NC||64||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1859||9/2/023/0009||30 Bell Street, Colesberg||30 Bell Street||30 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||306||This house is representative of early Karoo architecture.  The building is square with fine cornice.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1860||9/2/035/0011||Erven 92 and 93, cnr Christoffel and Darling Streets, Hanover||Erven 92 and 93||Christoffel Street, cnr Darling Street||Hanover||NC||92||The Cape Dutch house in Christoffel Street, is one of only two known remaining structures of its type||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1861||9/2/100/0002-082||3 Hugo Street, Victoria West||3 Hugo Street||3 Hugo Street||Victoria West||NC||423||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1862||9/2/107/0005||Corbelled building, Grootfontein, Williston District||Corbelled building||Grootfontein, Williston District||||NC||122||This corbelled house is an example of the ingenuity of the earliest white inhabitants in this area and are important relics of the cultural and national architectural history in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1863||9/2/049/0091||Armagh, 40 Memorial Road, Kimberley||Armagh||40 Memorial Road||Kimberley||NC||881||Armagh is a supurb example of consolidation phase architecture in Kimberley.  The residence was designed by the architect Carstairs Rogers in 1901 for Robert Hugh Henderson, founder of the international firm Henderson and Co. General Dealers, and mayor du||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1864||9/2/107/0006||Corbelled building, Brandwag, Williston District||Corbelled building||Brandwag, Williston District||||NC||193||This corbelled house is an example of the ingenuity of the earliest white stock farmers in this area and is an important, typically South African relic of this country's cultural and architectural heritage.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1865||9/2/049/0093||Rugby House, 28 Roper Street, Kimberley||Rugby House||28 Roper Street||Kimberley||NC||8248||Rugby House is unique in South Africa.  Frederick James Dobbin, a famous Springbok rugby player buil||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1866||9/2/107/0003||Corbelled building, Arbeidersfontein, Williston District||Corbelled building||Arbeidersfontein, Williston District||||NC||150||The original corbelled dwelling, built by Hendriks Esterhuyse in 1872, is almost identical with that at Klipkolk. It is rectangular in plan and has an internal length of 18ft. The walls are 2ft. 3ins. thick and the doorway, placed centrally on the front, ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1867||9/2/107/0002||Corbelled building, Schuinshoogte, Williston District||Corbelled building||Schuinshoogte, Williston District||||NC||131||On the older, now deserted, farmstead of Schuinshoogte is a very fine circular corbelled hut which was made the subject of a painting by Vera Volschenk in 1955.  This painting is in the possession of the owner of the farm, Mr G S Esterhuysen, who, althoug||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1868||9/2/100/0002-084||14 Cypress Street, Victoria West||14 Cypress Street||14 Cypress Street, cnr Kempen Street||Victoria West||NC||99||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1869||9/2/100/0014-029||Erf 20, Market Street, Vosburg||Erf 20, Market Street||Market Street||Vosburg||NC||20||This Karoo complex is of outstanding aesthetic merit and has much architectural significance.  It is||Register
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| 1870||9/2/035/0012-002||Market Square, Corner of Loop, Darling and Market Streets, Hanover||Market Square||Corner of Loop, Darling and Market Streets||Hanover||NC||1||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1871||9/2/019/0002-157||5 Daniel Street, Carnarvon||Kaya-Lami||5 Daniel Street, cnr Van Riebeeck Street||Carnarvon||NC||101||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1872||9/2/019/0004||Corbelled house complex, Stuurmansfontein, Carnarvon District||Corbelled house complex||Stuurmansfontein Carnarvon district||Carnarvon||NC||||These peculiar corbelled houses are examples of the ingenuity of the first settlers in this area and are important relics of the cultural and national architectural history in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1874||9/2/008/0005||Old Bridge, Vaal River, Barkly West||Old Bridge||Vaal River, Barkly West||Barkly West||NC||281||The road from Kimberley to Barkly West runs in a northwesterly direction and, just befo||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1875||9/2/023/0003||Hebron, Colesberg District||Old homestead and threshing floor||Hebron, Colesberg District||||NC||90||Hebron is one of the oldest farms in the area. The old house is an outstanding example of vernacular architecture. The threshing floor is an interesting relic of its time.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1876||9/2/049/0105||Glacial pavements, Nooitgedacht, Kimberley District||Glacial pavements||Nooitgedacht, Kimberley District||||NC||66||The exposures on Nooitgedacht are excellent examples of glacial pavements and have been preserved||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1877||9/2/049/0102||Shooting Box complex, Rooipoort, Kimberley district||Shooting Box Complex||Rooipoort, Kimberley district||Kimberley||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1879||9/2/100/0010-001||Conservation Area #1, Victoria West||Conservation Area #1||||Victoria West||NC||||||Heritage Area
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| 1880||9/2/043/0006||Old wagon bridge, Orange River, Hopetown District||Old wagon bridge||Orange River, Hopetown district||Hopetown||NC||||The bridge was built to link the Kimberley diamond mines with the Cape. During the Anglo-Boer War th||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1881||9/2/066/0022||Old All Saints Church, Springbok||Old All Saints Church||||Springbok||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1882||9/2/048/0004||Dumortierite Occurence, N'Rougas North, Kenhardt District||Dumortierite Occurence||N 'Rougas North, Kenhardt District||||NC||||Dumortierite is an unusual and rare aluminium silicate mineral with a distinctive blue to blue-green||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1883||9/2/066/0014||Steam Locomotive 'Clara', O'Okiep Copper Company Museum, Nababeep, Namaqualand District||Steam locomotive 'Clara'||||Nababeep||NC||||Clara is one of the last remaining steam locomotives used for conveying copper ore on the historic rail section from Okiep and Nababeep to Port Nolloth. The locomotive was used from 1890 to 1941.||Heritage Object
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| 1885||9/2/019/0003-002||Dutch Reformed Mission Church Parsonage, Unieplein, Carnarvon||Dutch Reformed Mission Church Parsonage||Union Square||Carnarvon||NC||||The Dutch Reformed Church complex at Carnarvon is an excellent example of a Rhenish Mission built in||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1886||9/2/023/0033-014||21 Church Street, Colesberg||Building||21 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||325||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1887||9/2/019/0002-077||Standard Bank, Alheit Street, Carnarvon||Standard Bank||Alheit Street, cnr Daniel Street||Carnarvon||NC||183||Outstanding Intristic aesthic/architechral merit||Register
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| 1888||9/2/049/0005/002||City Hall, Market Square, Kimberley||City Hall||Market Square||Kimberley||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1889||9/2/078/0012-025||129 Pienaar Street, Richmond||Bank||129 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||181||It enhances the architectural environment||Register
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| 1890||9/2/023/0026||Gideon Joubert House, 9 D'Urban Row, Colesberg||Gideon Jourbert House||9 D'Urban Row||Colesberg||NC||451||The property was the 'tuishuis' of Gideon Daniel Joubert, a wealthy farmer at Hebron and member of t||Register
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| 1891||9/2/023/0013||3 D'Urban Row, Colesberg||3 D'Urban Row||3 D'Urban Row||Colesberg||NC||768||This property with its double storey house forms an integral part of the historic core of Colesberg. The house dates from the 1830s while the stables and rondavel-shaped building at the rear are presumably much older.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1892||9/2/049/0096||Memorial to the Pioneers of Aviation, Alexandersfontein, Kimberley District||Pioneers of Aviation Memorial||Alexandersfontein, Kimberley District||Kimberley||NC||123||The Memorial to the Pioneers of Aviation, consisting of a symbolic monument designed by A P du Toit and replicas of the first hangar and Compton Paterson biplane, was erected on the site of the original airfield where Cecil Compton Paterson established So||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1893||9/2/017/0010||The Dorpshuis, 63 Water Street, Calvinia||The Dorpshuis||63 Water Street||Calvinia||NC||6||This property includes a very fine mid-19th century dwelling, together with outbuildings||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1894||9/2/049/0100||Homestead, Secretarius, Kimberley District||Secretarius Homestead||Secretarius, Kimberley District||Kimberley||NC||89||The Secretarius farmstead is a rare blend of pre-Victorian and Victorian rural architecture, It is o||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1896||9/2/078/0012-051||217 Paul Street, Richmond||Clinic||217 Paul Street||Richmond||NC||417||19th C||Register
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| 1897||9/2/078/0012-048||219 Paul Street, Richmond||Clinic||219 Paul Street||Richmond||NC||484||19th C Contributes to the architectural enviroment||Register
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| 1898||9/2/019/0010||Van Wyksvlei Dam, Van Wyksvlei||Van Wyksvlei Dam||Van Wyksvlei, Carnarvon District||Van Wyksvlei||NC||||It is one of the oldest dams in South Africa with a large water carrying capacity and is an excellen||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1899||9/2/023/0029||Colesberg Garage, 7 Sarel Cilliers Street, Colesberg||Colesberg Garage||7 Sarel Cilliers Street||Colesberg||NC||270||The building has being identiefied as a Grade 1 building in Colesberg in the NMC survey of Colesberg||Register
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| 1900||9/2/019/0002-158||1 Grey Street, Carnarvon||1 Grey Street||1 Grey Street, cnr Hanau Street||Carnarvon||NC||79 and 540||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1901||9/2/023/0027||Ortlepps Building, 30 Church Street, Colesberg||Ortlepps Building||30 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||228 & 229||The building is of exceptional aesthic and historic merit and is extricably associated with the deve||Provisional Protection
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| 1902||9/2/023/0028||Fleetwood Rawstorne House, 1 New Street, Colesberg||Fleetwood Rawstone House||1 New Street, cnr Church Street||Colesberg||NC||1835||This unusual flat-roofed, Karoo-Georgian residence with curved, forward projecting end b||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1903||9/2/032/0006||Battlefield, Kakamas, Gordonia District||Battlefield||Kakamas, Gordonia District||Kakamas||NC||||A few kilometres from Kakamas a path turns off to the left from the Keimoes road, cross||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1904||9/2/078/0012-061||142 Pienaar Street, Richmond||Warehouse||142 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||193||Possibly alterd inside, was at one time also used as a cinema||Register
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| 1905||9/2/038/0004||Mission Church, Campbell, Herbert District||Mission Church||Campbell, Herbert District||Campbell||NC||186||The main road from Kimberley to the west crosses the Vaal at Schmidtsdrift.  Forty kilo||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1906||9/2/066/0018||Roman Catholic Mission Station, Pella, Namaqualand District||Roman Catholic Mission||Pella, Namaqualand District||Pella||NC||39||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1907||9/2/043/0004||Ruins of Jacobs house, De Kalk, Hopetown District||Ruins||De Kalk, Hopetown District||Hopetown||NC||37||Although the ordinance issued by Governor Sir John Cradock in 1812 to regulate the esta||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1908||9/2/032/0013||Dutch Reformed Mission Church, Rietfontein, Gordonia District||Dutch Reformed Mission Church||Rietfontein, Gordonia district||Rietfontein||NC||||The church and bell tower is representative of mission architecture built by the Rhenish Church in G||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1909||9/2/049/0019||Kimberley Club, 70 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||Kimberley Club||70-72 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||10508||The original building of the Kimberley Club, which was founded in 1881, burnt down in 1886, as did its replacement in 1895. The present building, designed by the architect D W Greatbatch, was completed in 1896. It was extended in 1919 by the architect Wil||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1910||9/2/078/0012-034||12 Spring Street, Richmond||12 Spring Street||12 Spring Street||Richmond||NC||301||Late 19th or early 20th century. A fairly good example of its kind.||Register
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| 1911||9/2/049/0003/003||Milner Street/Memorial Road Conservation area||Milner Street/ Memorial Street Conservation area||Milner Street / Memorial Street||Kimberley||NC||||||Heritage Area
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| 1912||9/2/100/0002-003||2 Daniel Hugo Street, Victoria West||2 Daniel Hugo Street||2 Daniel Hugo Street, cnr Kempen Street||Victoria West||NC||124||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1913||9/2/100/0002-002||91 Church Street, Victoria West||91 Church Street||91 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||119||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1914||9/2/078/0012-030||141 Pienaar Street, Richmond||141 Pienaar Street||141 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||343||Early 20 C? Enhances the architectural enviroment.||Register
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| 1915||9/2/049/0120-060||17 Milner Street, Kimberley||Nola||17 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||945||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1916||9/2/035/0012-004||Cnr Boom and Market Streets, Hanover||Cnr Boom and Market Streets||Boom Street, cnr Market Street||Hanover||NC||492||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1917||9/2/078/0012-031||127 Pienaar Street, Richmond||127 Pienaar Street||127 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||183||It enhances the architectural environment||Register
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| 1918||9/2/037/0004||Moffat's Pulpit, Mary Moffat Museum, Main Street, Griquatown||Moffat's Pulpit||Mary Moffat Museum, Main Street, Griquatown, Hay Dist.||Griquatown||NC||||Griquatown, the former capital of the Griquas, lies 40 km west of Campbell.  It is an o||Heritage Object
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| 1919||9/2/078/0012-045||42 Loop Street, Richmond||42 Loop Street||42 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||327||Good typical of the local architecture||Register
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| 1920||9/2/049/0003/001||Carrington Road Conservation Area, Kimberley||Carrington Road Conservation Area||Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||||||Heritage Area
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| 1921||9/2/078/0012-023||241 Paul Street, Richmond||Temple Stone||241 Paul Street||Richmond||NC||371||19th early 20th C||Register
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| 1922||9/2/078/0012-036||29 Loop Street, Richmond||29 Loop Street||29 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||212||1920's appearance. A fine house enhancing the streetscape and of architectural value.||Register
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| 1923||9/2/078/0012-037||115 Pienaar Street, Richmond||115 Pienaar Street||115 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||154||Spoilt by the addition of steel windows.||Register
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| 1924||9/2/078/0012-038||118 Pienaar Street, Richmond||118 Pienaar Street||118 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||74||19th early 20th C. House is typical of its kind and enhances the architectural enviroment.||Register
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| 1925||9/2/023/0033-010||12 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg||12 Rhyneveld Street||12 Rhyneveld Street||Colesberg||NC||272||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1926||9/2/023/0033-009||6 Murray Street, Colesberg||6 Murray Street||6 Murray Street||Colesberg||NC||1173||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1927||9/2/019/0002-129||22 Zahn Street, Carnarvon||22 Zahn Street||22 Zahn Street, cnr Kronkel Road||Carnarvon||NC||22||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1928||9/2/078/0012-032||113 Pienaar Street, Richmond||113 Pienaar Street||113 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||153||This house has not been spoilt with modern metal windows.||Register
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| 1929||9/2/025/0005||Standard Bank, 10 Alida Street, De Aar||Standard Bank||10 Alida Street, De Aar||De Aar||NC||4514||Built in 1924-1925. It present an imposing and attractive appearance.||Register
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| 1930||9/2/049/0120-010||18 Milner Street, Kimberley||18 Milner Street||18 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||940||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1931||9/2/049/0020||Kimberley Masonic Temple, 126-128 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||Kimberley Masonic Temple||126-128 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||13991 (1895)||It is an important qualative architectural element in the street scene of Dutoitspan Road.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1932||9/2/043/0011||67 Van Wyk Street, Strydenburg||Karoo House||67 Van Wyk Street||Strydenburg||NC||67||The erf upon which the house stands was purchased by Hendrick Johannes Liebenberg on 13 May 1893 fro||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1933||9/2/037/0006||Post Office and Magistrate's Court, Main Street, Griquatown||Post Office and Magistrate's Court||Main Street, Griquatown||Griquatown||NC||104||This is the seat of the Magistrate and other civic offices in the district of Hay. Constructed c 188||Register
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| 1934||9/2/049/0085||Rudd House, 5 Loch Road, Kimberley||Rudd House||5 Loch Road||Kimberley||NC||507||The house was in all probability one of the first large permanent homes built in Kimberley.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1935||9/2/049/0028||Union Masonic Temple, 4 FSRoad, Kimberley||Union Masonic Temple||4 FSRoad, cnr Dyer Place||Kimberley||NC||1895||Not on file||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1936||9/2/019/0005||Svenskbo, 11 Church Street, Carnarvon||Svenskbo||11 Church Street||Carnarvon||NC||120||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1937||9/2/019/0014||De Bult, Carnarvon||De Bult||De Bult, Carnarvon||Carnarvon||NC||||||Heritage Area
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| 1938||9/2/049/0017||The Corner, Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||The Corner||57-59 Dutoitspan Road, 21-25 Chapel Street||Kimberley||NC||10376||A landmark in Kimberley.  Part of a group of interesting buildings eg. Kimberley Club, Alexander McG||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1939||9/2/038/0014||Glacial pavement, Bucklands, Herbert District||Glacial pavement||Bucklands Settlement lot 53, Herbert District||||NC||||The glacial pavements at Bucklands and Blaauwboschdrift are extensive ssmooth rock surfa||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1940||9/2/049/0046||Old Residency, 4 Bennett Street, Kimberley||Old Residency||4 Bennett Street||Kimberley||NC||7824||The Residency is Kimberley's oldest surviving residence of any substance. It is virtually unaltered ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1941||9/2/049/0095||14 West Circular Road, Kimberley||14 West Circular Road||14 West Circular Road||Kimberley||NC||11219||The house is of significant architectural and historical importance as it is probably Kimberley's fi||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1942||9/2/066/0006||Messelpad Pass, Namaqualand District||Messelpad Pass||District Road 2952||||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1943||9/2/067/0004||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Hospital Hill, Noupoort||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Hospital Hill||Noupoort||NC||258||The structure remains unaltered, except in that some of the shooting ports have been covered as a re||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1944||9/2/049/0013||Star of the West, North Circular Road, Kimberley||Star of the West||North Circular Road, cnr Barkly Road||Kimberley||NC||7319 & 7320||The Star of the West is a living museum of early Kimberley. The interior in almost entirel||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1945||9/2/049/0045||Sol Plaatje Education Trust Library, (Sol Plaatje House) 32 Angel Street, Kimberley||Sol Plaatjie House||32 Angel Street||Kimberley||NC||11806||Plaatje besides being a politician was the first black man in S A to write an English novel and also||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1946||9/2/032/0009/004||Water Wheel No. 1, Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas||Water Wheel, Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas||Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas||Kakamas||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1947||9/2/023/0033-056||3 Church Street, Colesberg||Mimosa Rooms||3 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||313||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1948||9/2/075/0005||Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Prieska||Dutch Reformed Church||Church Street||Prieska||NC||208||||Register
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| 1949||9/2/078/0012-035||33 Loop Street, Richmond||33 Loop Street||33 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||217||Although altered, the house is in keeping with the architectural environment.||Register
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| 1950||9/2/019/0002-130||11 Sterrenberg Street, Carnarvon||11 Sterrenberg Street||11 Sterrenberg Street||Carnarvon||NC||210||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1951||9/2/035/0012-003||Erf 389, Murray Street, Hanover||Erf 389, Murray Street||Murray Street||Hanover||NC||389||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1952||9/2/049/0073||207 Du Toitspan Road, Kimberley||207 Du Toitspan Road||207 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||537||Intristic Archaetctural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1953||9/2/035/0002-035||Erf 215, Market Street, Hanover||Erf 215, Market Street||Market Street||Hanover||NC||215||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1954||9/2/049/0120-045||16 Milner Street, Kimberley||16 Milner Street||16 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||941||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1955||9/2/049/0120-002||56 Milner Street, Kimberley||56 Milner Street||56 Milner Street, cnr Dalham Street||Kimberley||NC||977||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1956||9/2/049/0120-003||59 Milner Street, Kimberley||59 Milner Street||59 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||975||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1957||9/2/049/0109||Nazareth House, Cornwall Street, Kimberley||Nazareth House||Cornwall Street, cnr Henderson Street||Kimberley||NC||513||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance.  Nazareth House is the oldest carity and work in Kimberley.  Founded by the Sisters of nazareth in 1888,  the complex has played a historic role in tending the infirm and needy in Kimberley particularly d||Register
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| 1958||9/2/049/0120-005||47 Milner Street, Kimberley||47 Milner Street||47 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||996||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1959||9/2/049/0072||205 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||205 Dutoitspan Road||205 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||538||Intristic Archaetctural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1960||9/2/049/0074||209 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||209 Dutoitspan Road||209 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||536||Intristic Archaetctural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1961||9/2/049/0120-006||36 Milner Street, Kimberley||36 Milner Street||36 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||987||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1962||9/2/035/0012-011||7 Church Street, Hanover||7 Church Street||7 Church Street||Hanover||NC||149||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1963||9/2/035/0012-013||Erf 321, Cnr Gouws and Duncan Streets, Hanover||Erf 321, Cnr Gouws and Duncan Streets, Hanover||Gouws Street, cnr Duncan Street||Hanover||NC||321||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 1964||9/2/049/0120-007||1 Foley Street, Kimberley||1 Foley Street||1 Foley Street, cnr Belgrave Road||Kimberley||NC||451||||Register
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| 1965||9/2/049/0120-008||32 Milner Street, Kimberley||32 Milner Street||32 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||989||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance.||Register
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| 1966||9/2/035/0012-047||Rhyneveldt Street, Hanover||Rhyneveldt Street||Rhyneveldt Street||Hanover||NC||509||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1967||9/2/049/0120-009||15 Rendlesham Road, Kimberley||15 Rendlesham Road||15 Rendlesham Road||Kimberley||NC||448||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1968||9/2/049/0120-004||5 Park Road, Kimberley||5 Park Road||5 Park Road, cnr Custom Street||Kimberley||NC||661||||Register
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| 1969||9/2/019/0002-140||13 Van Riebeeck Street, Carnarvon||13 Van Riebeeck Street||13 Van Riebeeck Street, cnr Johanna Street||Carnarvon||NC||40||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1970||9/2/032/0010||Kakamas Museum, Voortrekker Street, Kakamas||Kakamas Museum||Voortrekker Street||Kakamas||NC||1230||The Kakamas Museum building, which in its original form played an important part in the||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1971||9/2/023/0033-055||66 Church Street, Colesberg||66 Church Street||66 Church Street||Colesberg||NC||588||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1972||9/2/023/0033-054||2 D'Urban Row, Colesberg||2 D'Urban Row||2 D'Urban Row||Colesberg||NC||488 & 489||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1973||9/2/078/0012-022||160 Pienaar Street, Richmond||160 Pienaar Street||160 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||492||Contributes to the architectural environment||Register
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| 1974||9/2/023/0033-041||16 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg||16 Stockenstrom Street||16 Stockenstrom Street||Colesberg||NC||424||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1975||9/2/023/0033-040||12 Stockenstrom Square, Colesberg||12 Stockenstrom Square||12 Stockenstrom Square||Colesberg||NC||439 & 440||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1976||9/2/078/0012-044||24 Loop Street, Richmond||24 Loop Street||24 Loop Street, cnr Spring Street||Richmond||NC||313||Altered particulary inside. Was possible flat roofed. Still some fine feature inside.||Register
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| 1977||9/2/049/0078||217 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||217 Dutoitspan Road||217 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||532||Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 1978||9/2/100/0002-138||6 New Street, Victoria West||6 New Street||6 New Street||Victoria West||NC||466||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 1979||9/2/019/0002-131||7 Sterrenberg Street, Carnarvon||7 Sterrenberg Street||7 Sterrenberg Street||Carnarvon||NC||209||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 1980||9/2/078/0005||214 Paul Street, Richmond||214 Paul Street||214 Paul Street||Richmond||NC||419||A well preserved handsome dwelling, of the oldest houses in the town and an asset to the architectur||Register
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| 1981||9/2/049/0071||203 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||203 Dutoitspan Road||203 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||539||Intristic Archaetctural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 1982||9/2/078/0012-039||23 Loop Street, Richmond||23 Loop Street||23 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||324||Contributes favourably to the architectural environment.||Register
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| 1983||9/2/078/0012-040||116 Pienaar Street, Richmond||116 Pienaar Street||116 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||75||Late 19th early 20th C. Despite alterations, of some value to the architectural enviroment.||Register
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| 1984||9/2/078/0012-041||Erf 220, 37 Loop Street, Richmond||Erf 220, 37 Loop Street||37 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||220||Modernized to its detriment. Spoilt but of environmental value in the streetscape.||Register
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| 1985||9/2/078/0012-042||Richmond Museum, 17 Loop Street, Richmond||Richmond Museum||17 Loop Street, cnr Short Street||Richmond||NC||320||An interesting handsome building||Register
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| 1986||9/2/078/0012-043||13 Spring Street, Richmond||13 Spring Street||13 Spring Street||Richmond||NC||289||19th century, Relatively unspoilt facade.||Register
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| 1987||9/2/078/0012-012||260 Hope Street, Richmond||Tom se Meule||260 Hope Street||Richmond||NC||233||A good example of its period||Register
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| 1988||9/2/078/0012-057||21 Loop Street, Richmond||21 Loop Street||21 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||322||A good building enhancing the architectural environment||Register
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| 1989||9/2/032/0019||Dutch Reformed Church, Schroder Street, Upington||N G Church||Schroder Steet||Upington||NC||463||This neo-Gothic church, designed by the firm of architects F W and F Hesse of Cape Town, was erected in 1911 and officially inaugurated on 13 April 1912.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1990||9/2/032/0017||Cathedral of St Augustine, Le Roux Street, Upington||Cathedral of St Augustine||Le Roux Street||Upington||NC||1992||Upington developed from a mission station on the farm Olyvenhoutsdrift, founded in 1871||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1991||9/2/066/0010||Orbicule Koppie, Concordia, Namaqualand District||Orbicule Koppie||||||NC||22||This koppie of concentrated orbicules is of indisputed scientific value in the study of rock types in the earth's crust. These orbicules are typically dioritic with a pegmatitic matrix and show signs of indentation and flattening. The koppie outcrops in t||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1992||9/2/100/0005||Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Vosburg||Dutch Reformed Church||Church Street||Vosburg||NC||144||The church is an outstanding example of its type, of considerable aesthetic merit and the landmark i||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1993||9/2/025/0003||Olive Schreiner House, 9 Grundlingh Street, De Aar||Olive Schreiner House||9 Grundlingh Street, De Aar||De Aar||NC||3982||In this house the well-known authoress Olive Schreiner (1855-1920) and her husband S C Cronwright-Schreiner, lived from 1908 to 1913. Here she completed her book "Woman and Labour" and wrote two articles for special occasions entitled "Thoughts About Wome||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1994||9/2/049/0027||Beaconsfield Library, 34 Central Road, Kimberley||Beaconsfield Library||34 Central Road||Kimberley||NC||3610||When the inhabitants of Beaconsfield decided to establish a library they turned to John B Curry who ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1995||9/2/049/0026||Beaconsfield Post Office, Central Road, Kimberley||Beaconsfield Post Office||Central Road, cnr FSRoad||Kimberley||NC||19261||The corner-stone of this double-storeyed building of blue kimberlite was laid in 1881, but the building was only completed in 1888. The building was originally used as the magistrate's court of Beaconsfield.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1996||9/2/049/0006||Old High Court of Griqualand West, Southey Street, Kimberley||Old High Court of Griqualand West||Southey Street, cnr Transvaal Road||Kimberley||NC||9643||In 1876 the High Court of Griqualand West was moved from Barkly West to Kimberley.  The building was||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1997||9/2/049/0021-001||Henrietta Stockdale Chapel, Kimberley Hospital, Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||Henrietta Stockdale Chapel||Kimberley Hospital, Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||603||The chapel is proclaimed to be a monument to commemorate the pioneer work of Sister Henrietta Stockdale for the training of nurses and in recognition of the profession in South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1998||9/2/049/0088||Dunluce, 10 Lodge Road, Kimberley||Dunluce||10 Lodge Road||Kimberley||NC||484||This house, with its magnificent wooden decorated verandah, was designed in 1897 by D W Greatbatch for a member of the Diamond Syndicate, Gustav Bonas. John Orr, the well-known merchant, lived Dunluce from 1903 till his death in 1932. Thereafter the prope||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 1999||9/2/074/0005||First and Second Dutch Reformed Churches, Danielskuil||First and Second Dutch Reformed Churches||Danielskuil, Postmasburg District||Danielskuil||NC||288||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2000||9/2/032/0018||Museum Complex, Schroder Street, Upington||Museum Complex||Schroder Street||Upington||NC||2139||The old Dutch Reformed Mission Station, which was known as Olyvenhoutsdrift, was founded in 1873 by the Rev. Christiaan Schröder. The mission church and the old Schröder parsonage date from 1875 and 1883 respectively. This complex is now a museum.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2001||9/2/032/0015||Palm Tree Avenue, The Island, Upington||Palm Tree Avenue||The Island, Upington, Gordonia District||Upington||NC||||This magnificent avenue of full-grown palm trees on the well-known "Eiland" stretches over a distance of 1 041 metres and was planted by the Department of Water Affairs in 1903. It is reputedly the longest palm tree avenue in the Southern Hemisphere.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2002||9/2/049/0023||Duggan-Cronin Gallery, 12 Egerton Road, Kimberley||Duggan-Cronin Gallery||12 Egerton Road||Kimberley||NC||13449||This magnificent old dwelling, formerly known as The Lodge, was designed by the architect Sydney Stent and built in 1889 as residence for Mr John Blades Currey, manager of the London & S A Exploration Company. It was taken over by De Beers Consolidated Mi||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2003||9/2/049/0004||Honoured Dead Memorial, Memorial Road, Kimberley||Honoured Dead Memorial||Memorial Road||Kimberley||NC||||Cecil John Rhodes commissioned Sir Herbert Baker to design a memoria||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2004||9/2/075/0004||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Prieska Koppie, Prieska||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse||Prieska Koppie, Prieska||Prieska||NC||1||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2005||9/2/049/0081||Derrycreevy, 18 Elsmere Road, Kimberley||Derrycreevy||18 Elsmere Road, cnr Rendlesham Street||Kimberley||NC||565||This impressive row of houses with their Victorian and Edwardian features forms an integral part of the architectural street scene of Elsmere Road and is in itself also an attractive architectural unit.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2006||9/2/049/0082||Toeka, 20 Elsmere Road, Kimberley||Toeka||20 Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||566||This impressive row of houses with their Victorian and Edwardian features forms an integral part of the architectural street scene of Elsmere Road and is in itself also an attractive architectural unit.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2007||9/2/049/0033||Kimberley Regiment Drill Hall, 31 Park Road, Kimberley||Kimberley Regiment Drill Hall||31 Park Road||Kimberley||NC||13435, 13436 and 3620||This building was built as part of the South African international exhibition in 1892. It is the onl||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2008||9/2/100/0002-070||79 Church Street, Victoria West||Dutch Reformed Parsonage and Community Hall||79 Church Street, cnr Parsonage Street||Victoria West||NC||88||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2009||9/2/048/0007||Dutch Reformed Church Hall, Church Street, Pofadder||Dutch Reformed Church||Church Street||Pofadder||NC||88||This impressive church building which was officially consecrated in May 1922 is closely associated with the establishment and history of the Dutch Reformed Congregation (Namies).||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2010||9/2/048/0005||Old Library Building, Park Street, Kenhardt||Old Library building||Park Street, Kenhardt||Kenhardt||NC||1119||This building, which was erected in 1897, is a typical example of a pioneer house. It is one of the oldest buildings in Kenhardt and is of great historical importance to the area.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2011||9/2/037/0005||Old Residency, Main Street, Griquatown||Old Residency||Main Street||Griquatown||NC||104||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2012||9/2/023/0033-017||Erf 244 and 245, 7 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg||Erf 244 and 245, 7 Rhyneveld Street||7 Rhyneveld Street||Colesberg||NC||244 & 245||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2013||9/2/023/0010||32 Bell Street, Colesberg||32 Bell Street||32 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||304||This house is representative of early Karoo architecture.  The building is square with fine cornice.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2014||9/2/049/0120-068||4 Belgrave Road, Kimberley||4 Belgrave Road||4 Belgrave Road||Kimberley||NC||418||||Register
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| 2015||9/2/023/0033-001||11 Sarel Celliers Street, Colesberg||11 Sarel Celliers Street||11 Sarel Cilliers Street||Colesberg||NC||283, 284 & 285||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2016||9/2/100/0017||Apollo Theatre, 88 Church Street, Victoria West||Apollo Theatre||88 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||250||||Register
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| 2017||9/2/023/0033-029||10 Rhyneveld Street, Colesberg||10 Rhyneveld Street||10 Rhyneveld Street||Colesberg||NC||273||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2018||9/2/017/0001||Dutch Reformed Church, Voortrekker Street, Brandvlei, Calvinia District||Dutch Reformed Church||Voortrekker Street||Brandvlei||NC||138||The foundation-stone of this neo-Gothic church was laid on 15 July 1905.  The building was completed and inaugurated at the end of 1905.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2019||9/2/078/0003||Dutch Reformed Church, Loop Street, Richmond||Dutch Reformed Church||Loop Street||Richmond||NC||326||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2020||9/2/019/0002-085||Erf 330, Hanau Street, Carnarvon||St Albans Anglican Church||Hanau Street, cnr Marais Street||Carnarvon||NC||330||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2021||9/2/019/0002-086||17 Daniel Street, Carnarvon||17 Daniel Street||17 Daniel Street||Carnarvon||NC||105||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2022||9/2/019/0002-087||Erf 328, Hanau Street, Carnarvon||Museum||Hanau Street||Carnarvon||NC||328||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2023||9/2/032/0009/009||Water Wheel, Plot 1467, South Furrow, Kakamas||Water Wheel||||Kakamas||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2024||9/2/071/0004||Reformed Church, Philipstown||Reformed Church||||Philipstown||NC||740||The cornerstone of this classical church was laid on 30 September 1876. The building was completed in December 1878 and consecrated on 10 January 1879.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2025||9/2/049/0029||First Seventh Day Adventist Church, Blacking Street, Kimberley||First Seventh Day Adventist Church||Blacking Street, cnr Dyer Place||Kimberley||NC||1681||This church is the original church in the Republic of South Africa of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2026||9/2/049/0097||Jack Hindon Officers' Club, Alexandersfontein, Kimberley District||Jack Hindon Officer's Club||Alexandersfontein, Kimberley District||Kimberley||NC||123||This magnificent building was designed in 1900 by the well-known architect Daniel Westwood Greatbatch. It replaced the old Alexandersfontein Hotel building, which was restored in 1881. The building that was completed in October 1902 was enlarged in 1907 b||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2027||9/2/023/0033-015||9 Sarel Celliers Street, Colesberg||9 Sarel Celliers Street||9 Sarel Cilliers Street, cnr Rhyneveldt Street||Colesberg||NC||286||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2028||9/2/049/0010||Old stables, Stockdale Street, Kimberley||Old stables||Stockdale Street||Kimberley||NC||9492||These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2029||9/2/049/0055||Rockmount, 20 Carrington Road, Kimberley||Rockmount||20 Carrington Road, cnr Synagogue Street||Kimberley||NC||954||These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2030||9/2/049/0120-053||29 Park Road, Kimberley||29 Park Road||29 Park Road||Kimberley||NC||428||Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2031||9/2/049/0120-061||24 Park Road, Kimberley||24 Park Road||24 Park Road||Kimberley||NC||453||Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2032||9/2/049/0120-051||23 Park Road, Kimberley||23 Park Road||23 Park Road, cnr Harley Street||Kimberley||NC||452||Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2033||9/2/049/0120-050||14 Milner Street, Kimberley||14 Milner Street||14 Milner Street, cnr Henderson Street||Kimberley||NC||942||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2034||9/2/049/0120-049||20 Park Road, Kimberley||20 Park Road||20 Park Road||Kimberley||NC||587||Intrinsic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2035||9/2/049/0009||De Beers Benefit Society Building, Stockdale Street, Kimberley||De Beers Benefit Society Building||Stockdale Street||Kimberley||NC||9482||These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2036||9/2/049/0120-055||71 Milner Street, Kimberley||71 Milner Street||71 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||969||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2037||9/2/049/0008||De Beers Consolidated Mines Limited Head Office, 36 Stockdale Street, Kimberley||De Beers Consolidated Mines Limited Head Office||36 Stockdale Street||Kimberley||NC||12064||These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2038||9/2/049/0120-056||8 Dalham Road, Kimberley||8 Dalham Road||8 Dalham Road||Kimberley||NC||892||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2039||9/2/023/0004||Coniston House, 3 Ventershoek Street, Colesberg||Coniston House||3 Ventershoek Street||Colesberg||NC||152 & 153||This double-storeyed building, which is predominantly in the Georgian style, was erected in 1835 by Thomas Plewman. He was an Iris Settler who emigrated in 1820 to South Africa on the ship Chapman.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2040||9/2/025/0004||St Paul's Church, Friedlander Street, De Aar||St Paul's Church||Friedlander Street, cnr Alida Street||De Aar||NC||1089||The church remains very much in its original condition. It is regarded by the local community as the||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2041||9/2/032/0011||Old Dutch Reformed Mission Church, Main Street, Keimoes||Old Dutch Reformed Mission Church||Main Street||Keimoes||NC||152||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2042||9/2/019/0007||14 New Street, Carnarvon||14 New Street, Carnarvon||14 New Street||Carnarvon||NC||146||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2043||9/2/049/0030-001||Main building, Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley||Main Building, Kimberley Boys' High School||Memorial Road||Kimberley||NC||882||The school building represents the peak of an architects school in Kimberley that ended with the out||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2044||9/2/049/0030-002||Sports pavilion, Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley||Sports pavilion, Kimberley Boys' High School||Memorial Road||Kimberley||NC||899||Designed by the famous Kimberley architect D W Greatbatch||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2045||9/2/037/0003||Mary Moffat Museum, Main Street, Griquatown||Mary Moffat Museum||Main Street||Griquatown||NC||973||The building was built in the first half of the nineteenth century when Griquatown was the main cent||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2046||9/2/017/0006-002||Dutch Reformed Church, Pieter Brundyn Street, Nieuwoudtville||Dutch Reformed Church||Pieter Brundyn Street, cnr Neethling Street||Nieuwoudtville||NC||454||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2047||9/2/049/0041||Old De Beers Mining Company Offices, 4 Warren Street, Kimberley||Old De Beers Mining Company Offices||Warren Street||Kimberley||NC||3168||These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2048||9/2/008/0007||Old Magistrate's Court, Campbell Street, Barkly West||Old Magistrate's Court||Campbell Street, cnr Pretorius Street||Barkly West||NC||349||Barkly West Magistrates Court is an excellent example of a late 19th century public building in the ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2049||9/2/049/0035||Old Undenominational School, Lanyon Terrace, Kimberley||Old Undenominational School||Lanyon Terrace||Kimberley||NC||9907||The complex consists of the Boys' and Girls' Schools together with the Kindergarten (1903) and the L||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2050||9/2/049/0086||7 Lodge Road, Kimberley||7 Lodge Road||7 Lodge Road||Kimberley||NC||476||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2051||9/2/049/0025||Beit House, Edgerton Road, Kimberley||Alfred Beit House||Egerton Road||Kimberley||NC||12104||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2052||9/2/049/0083||22 Elsmere Road, Kimberley||22 Elsmere Road||22 Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||567||This dwelling, with its predominantly Victorian characteristics, forms an integral part of the architectural character of Elsmere road, Belgravia, which was laid out in 1898.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2053||9/2/049/0089||Lindow House, 11 Lodge Road, Kimberley||Lindow house||11 Lodge Road||Kimberley||NC||474||The house stands opposite 'Dunluce' and makes a considerable impact on the streetscape of Lodge Road||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2054||9/2/035/0003||Magistrates Court, Magistrates Office and Post Office, 1-5 Church Street, Hanover||Magistrates Court, Magistrates Office and Post Office||Church Street||Hanover||NC||134||These three buildings form an interesting historic group on the corner of Church Street, Hanover||Register
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| 2055||9/2/035/0006||Camdeboo House, 3 Viljoen Street, Hanover||Camdeboo House||3 Viljoen Street; 4 Ryneveld Street||Hanover||NC||143, 147, 192, 146, 144, 145, 128||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2056||9/2/049/0120-046||30 Park Road, Kimberley||30 Park Road||30 Park Road||Kimberley||NC||429||Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2057||9/2/049/0042||Old School of Mines, Hull Street, Kimberley||Old School of Mines Building||Hull Street||Kimberley||NC||1429||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2058||9/2/049/0084||24 Elsmere Road, Kimberley||24 Elsmere Road||24 Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||568||This impressive row of houses with their Victorian and Edwardian features forms an integral part of the architectural street scene of Elsmere Road and is in itself also an attractive architectural unit.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2059||9/2/049/0067||Kumo, 42 Carrington Road, Kimberley||Kumo||42 Carrington Road, cnr Dalham Road||Kimberley||NC||1013||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2060||9/2/008/0004||Old Toll House, Vaal River, Barkly West||Old Toll House||On bank of Vaal River, Barkly West||Barkly West||NC||687||The toll house is related to the bridge nearby which was built over the Vaal river as a private undertaking during the last quarter of the 19th century and played an imprtant part in the development of the region beyond the Vaal River.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2061||9/2/049/0011||Consolidated Building, Stockdale Street, Kimberley||Consolidated Building||Stockdale Street||Kimberley||NC||9458||These seven properties, together with the historic buildings thereon, are not only closely associated with the founding and growth of Dc Beers, the largest diamond mining company in South Africa, but also form the nucleus of the De Beers’ conservation are||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2062||9/2/049/0120-059||5 Carrington Road, Kimberley||5 Carrington Road||5 Carrington Road, cnr Henderson Street||Kimberley||NC||1197||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2063||9/2/049/0120-058||4 Carrington Road, Kimberley||4 Carrington Road||4 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||560||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2064||9/2/078/0012-029||22 Spring Street, Richmond||22 Spring Street||22 Spring Street||Richmond||NC||310||One of the very few unspoilt Cape Cottages in Richmond and an asset to the environment.||Register
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| 2065||9/2/023/0012||Reformed Church, Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg||Reformed Church||Stockenstrom Street||Colesberg||NC||375||This church, the foundation stone of which was laid on 15 March 1862, was built in an adapted neo-Gothic style. It is one of the few remaining sandstone buildings in Colesberg.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2066||9/2/049/0120-057||3 Carrington Road, Kimberley||3 Carrington Road||3 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1198||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2067||9/2/035/0005||C J V Hall, Market Street, Hanover||C J V Hall||Market Street||Hanover||NC||216||Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 2068||9/2/023/0002-023||1 Kort Street, Colesberg||1 Kort Street||1 Kort Street||Colesberg||NC||425||||Register
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| 2069||9/2/049/0120-114||15 Carrington Road, Kimberley||15 Carrington Road||15 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1159||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2070||9/2/049/0120-122||14 Carrington Road, Kimberley||14 Carrington Road||14 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||957||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2071||9/2/049/0120-112||12 Carrington Road, Kimberley||12 Carrington Road||12 Carrington Road, cnr Henderson Street||Kimberley||NC||958||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2072||9/2/029/0005||Peperbus, Market Square, Fraserburg||Peperbus||Market Square||Fraserburg||NC||||The so-called "Peperbus" was built in 1861 by Adam Jacobs according to a plan by the Rev. Bamberger. The building is architecturally particularly interesting, with its hexagonal shape which gradually merges into a hexagonal dome and a bell tower.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2073||9/2/035/0012-044||Cnr Bell and Berg Streets, Hanover||Cnr Bell and Berg Streets||Bell Street, cnr Berg Street||Hanover||NC||380||The building contributes the environment and although not of great intrinsic merit is intact.||Register
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| 2074||9/2/100/0002-055||19 Parkes Street, Victoria West||Warehouse||19 Parkes Street||Victoria West||NC||340||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2075||9/2/078/0012-024||144 Pienaar Street, Richmond||144 Pienaar Street||144 Pienaar Street||Richmond||NC||198||In keeping with te streetscape and vlauable due to its proximity to other worthwhile buildings.||Register
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| 2076||9/2/049/0120-115||13 Milner Street, Kimberley||13 Milner Street||13 Milner Street, cnr Henderson Street||Kimberley||NC||943||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2077||9/2/066/0019||Dutch Reformed Church, Pieter Malan Street, Springbok||Dutch Reformed Church||Pieter Malan Street, cnr Keerom Street||Springbok||NC||509||This impressive church was built in 1921 of dressed stone by the builder F W van den Houven. Dr W P Steenkamp, well-known theologian, physician and parlamentarian, was the driving force behind the programme to build this church.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2078||9/2/066/0011||Letterklip, Garies, Namaqualand District||Letterklip||||Garies||NC||||This unique rock formation was fortified and occupied from 1901 to 1902 by the British forces during the Anglo-Boer War. Various regimental badges and officers' names are engraved in the rockface.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2079||9/2/100/0002-027||5 Maeder Street, Victoria West||5 Maeder Street||5 Maeder Street||Victoria West||NC||213||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2080||9/2/100/0002-029||Brinkman Street, Victoria West||Brinkman Street||Brinkman Street||Victoria West||NC||152||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2081||9/2/023/0033-013||36 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg||36 Stockenstrom Street||36 Stockenstrom Street||Colesberg||NC||366, 367 & 368||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2082||9/2/032/0016||Old Watermill, Upington||Old water-mill||Upington||Upington||NC||2555||This watermill was built in 1870 by the missionary C. H. W. Schröder. The structure consists of a double-storeyed building and a wooden mill wheel of the over shot type.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2083||9/2/100/0010-003||Conservation Area #3, Victoria West||Conservation Area #3||||Victoria West||NC||||Victoria West is one of the few Karoo towns whose architectural integrity has not been excessively affected by insensitive development.  The areas identified are the most fully preserved areas of the town, each with pivotal buildings and groups of propose||Heritage Area
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| 2084||9/2/100/0002-010||11 Voortrekker Street, Victoria West||11 Voortrekker Street||11 Voortrekker Street, cnr Church Street||Victoria West||NC||494||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2085||9/2/049/0092||5 Rendlesham Road, Kimberley||5 Rendlesham Road||5 Rendlesham Road, cnr Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||18550||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2086||9/2/049/0120-111||Dalham House, 17 Dalham Road, Kimberley||Dalham House||17 Dalham Road||Kimberley||NC||884||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance.||Register
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| 2087||9/2/066/0031||Riethuis horsemill, Roodeklip Heuwel, Namaqualand District||Riethuis horse mill||Farm Riethuis 619, Roodeklip Heuwel, Namaqualand||||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2088||9/2/066/0012||Methodist Church and Manse, Leliefontein, Namaqualand District||Methodist Church and Manse||||Leliefontein||NC||||This church was erected in 1855. It was the third church to be built at the Leliefontein mission station, which was founded by Barnabas Shaw in 1816. The church, in the predominantly neo-Gothic style, and the manse together form an important historic and ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2089||9/2/049/0120-092||26 Carrington Road, Kimberley||26 Carrington Road||26 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1005||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2090||9/2/049/0002-045||97 Central Road, Kimberley||97 Central Road||97 Central Road||Kimberley||NC||1176||||Register
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| 2091||9/2/049/0120-120||24 Carrington Road, Kimberley||24 Carrington Road||24 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||952||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2092||9/2/049/0120-119||22 Carrington Road, Kimberley||22 Carrington Road||22 Carrington Road, cnr Synagogue Street||Kimberley||NC||953||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2093||9/2/049/0002-259||120 Main Road, Kimberley||120 Main Road||120 Main Road||Kimberley||NC||1245||||Register
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| 2094||9/2/049/0120-118||3 Milner Street, Kimberley||3 Milner Street||3 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||14266||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2095||9/2/008/0006||St Mary's Church, Church Street, Barkly West||St Mary's Church||Church Street||Barkly West||NC||314||St Mary's Church was the first permanent church building erected in the Klipdrift Area after the discovery of diamonds in this vicinity in 1869. The foundation stone of the building was laid in February 1872 by Sir Henry Barkly, after which the church was||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2096||9/2/049/0002-263||33 Blacking Street, cnr Central Road, Kimberley||33 Blacking Street||33 Blacking Street, cnr Central Road||Kimberley||NC||1511||||Register
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| 2097||9/2/055/0004||The Eye, cnr Voortrekker and Fontein Streets, Kuruman||The Eye||cnr of Voortrekker and Fontien Streets||Kuruman||NC||||The Eye was described by Borchard's as early as 1802. ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2098||9/2/038/0015||Glacial pavement, Blaauboschdrift, Herbert District||Glacial pavement||Blaauwboschdrift 78||||NC||78||The glacial pavements at Bucklands and Blaauwboschdrift are extensive ssmooth rock surfa||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2099||9/2/055/0008||Moffat Press, Moffat Mission, Seodin Street, Kuruman||Moffat Press||||Kuruman||NC||||||Heritage Object
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| 2100||9/2/049/0120-116||17 Carrington Road, Kimberley||17 Carrington Road||17 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1158||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2101||9/2/032/0009/006||Water wheel, Plot 68, North Furrow, Kakamas||Water wheel||||Kakamas||NC||68||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2102||9/2/049/0120-107||2 Milner Street, Kimberley||2 Milner Street||2 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||545||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2103||9/2/049/0121||Grave of Solomon T Plaatje, West End Cemetery, Kimberley||Grave of Solomon T Plaatje||||Kimberley||NC||||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2104||9/2/066/0016||Old smoke stack, Okiep, Namaqualand District||Old smoke stack||||Okiep||NC||||This old smoke stack, which dates from 1880, was erected by the then Cape Copper Company to provide energy to the nearby pumping engine so as to pump water from the mine shafts. In 1952 it was declared a monument in memory of the pioneer copper miners in ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2105||9/2/100/0002-034||2 Kempen Street, Victoria West||2 Kempen Street||2 Kempen Street||Victoria West||NC||103||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2106||9/2/049/0120-117||18 Carrington Road, Kimberley||18 Carrington Road||18 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||955||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2107||9/2/049/0120-011||Esmonde, 3 Loch Road, Kimberley||Esmonde||3 Loch Road, cnr Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||508||||Register
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| 2108||9/2/100/0002-035||7 De Wet Street, Victoria West||7 De Wet Street||7 De Wet Street||Victoria West||NC||530||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2109||9/2/049/0077||215 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||215 Dutoitspan Road||215 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||533||Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2110||9/2/100/0002-054||Powder Magazine, Helpmekaar Street, Victoria West||Powder Magazine||Helpmekaar Street, opp De Wet Street||Victoria West||NC||547||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2111||9/2/049/0087||9 Lodge Road, Kimberley||9 Lodge Road||9 Lodge Road||Kimberley||NC||475||||Register
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| 2112||9/2/049/0120-063||3 Elsmere Road, Kimberley||3 Elsmere Road||3 Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||494||||Register
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| 2113||9/2/049/0120-064||2 Elsmere Road, Kimberley||2 Elsmere Road||2 Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||518||||Register
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| 2114||9/2/049/0120-065||Old Bishop's Hostel, Kimberley Boys' High School, Memorial Road, Kimberley||Old Bishop's Hostel||Memorial Road||Kimberley||NC||907||||Register
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| 2115||9/2/049/0120-106||12 Elsmere Road, Kimberley||12 Elsmere Road||12 Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||528||||Register
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| 2116||9/2/049/0120-067||23 Milner Street, Kimberley||23 Milner Street||23 Milner Street, cnr Synagogue Street||Kimberley||NC||948||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2117||9/2/049/0120-121||14 Elsmere Road, Kimberley||14 Elsmere Road||14 Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||529||||Register
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| 2118||9/2/023/0033-008||27 Murray Street, Colesberg||27 Murray Street||27 Murray Street||Colesberg||NC||195, 196 & 197||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2119||9/2/049/0040||St Alban's Church, 2 Takoon Square, Kimberley||St Albans Church Building||2 Takoon Square||Kimberley||NC||8120||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2120||9/2/023/0033-007||15 Bell Street, Colesberg||15 Bell Street||15 Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||297||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2121||9/2/023/0033-006||13 Murray Street, Colesberg||13 Murray Street||13 Murray Street||Colesberg||NC||207||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2122||9/2/100/0002-019||19 Maeder Street, Victoria West||Paddy's Place||19 Maeder Street||Victoria West||NC||204||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2123||9/2/100/0002-028||15 Maeder Street, Victoria West||15 Maeder Street||15 Maeder Street||Victoria West||NC||207||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2124||9/2/100/0002-037||13 Maeder Street, Victoria West||13 Maeder Street||13 Maeder Street||Victoria West||NC||208||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2125||9/2/100/0002-026||28 Church Street, Victoria West||28 Church Street||28 Church Street, cnr Kiln Street||Victoria West||NC||495||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2126||9/2/049/0120-066||8 Egerton Road, Kimberley||8 Egerton Road||8 Egerton Road, cnr Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||488||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2127||9/2/078/0012-002||170 Pienaar Street, Richmond||170 Pienaar Street||170 Pienaar Street, cnr Short Street||Richmond||NC||317||A trim cottage typical of the local architecture.||Register
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| 2128||9/2/029/0002||Afrikaanse Protestante Kerk, Cilliers Street, Fraserburg||Afrikaanse Protestante Kerk||Cilliers Street||Fraserburg||NC||1118||||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2129||9/2/023/0033-012||34 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg||Waaihoek||34 Stockenstrom Street||Colesberg||NC||369 & 370||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2130||9/2/023/0033-011||32 Stockenstrom Street, Colesberg||32 Stockenstrom Street||32 Stockenstrom Street||Colesberg||NC||371, 372 & 373||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2131||9/2/049/0120-110||20 Milner Street, Kimberley||20 Milner Street||20 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||939||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2132||9/2/100/0002-033||4 Hoek Street, Victoria West||4 Hoek Street||4 Hoek Street||Victoria West||NC||349||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2133||9/2/035/0012-043||Cnr Loop and Gouws Streets, Hanover||Cnr Loop and Gouws Streets||Loop Street, cnr Gouws Street||Hanover||NC||322||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 2134||9/2/100/0002-032||22 Malan Street, Victoria West||22 Malan Street||22 Malan Street||Victoria West||NC||623||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2135||9/2/049/0076||213 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||213 Dutoitspan Road||213 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||534||Intristic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2136||9/2/100/0002-030||93 Church Street, Victoria West||93 Church Street||93 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||120||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2137||9/2/078/0012-033||11 Spring Street, Richmond||11 Spring Street||11 Spring Street||Richmond||NC||290||Various extension as back. 19th century. Street front relatively unspoilt.||Register
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| 2138||9/2/035/0012-042||Erf 218, Boom Street, Hanover||Erf 218, Boom Street||Boom Street||Hanover||NC||218||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 2139||9/2/100/0014-013||Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage, Church Street, Vosburg||Dutch Reformed Church Parsonage||Church Street, cnr Van Heerden Street||Vosburg||NC||143||This fine Edwardian building has been restored and is one of the more significant residences in the ||Register
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| 2140||9/2/100/0014-001||Plein Street, Vosburg||Plein Street||Plein Street, cnr Victoria Street||Vosburg||NC||172||An excellent example of vernacular Karoo architecture.||Register
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| 2141||9/2/100/0014-011||Erf 161, Church Street, Vosburg||Erf 161, Church Street||Church Street||Vosburg||NC||161||A Karoo dwelling with an irregular configuration of openings - largely intact.||Register
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| 2142||9/2/019/0002-125||22 Grey Street, Carnarvon||22 Grey Street||22 Grey Street||Carnarvon||NC||77||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2143||9/2/035/0012-041||Cnr Burger and New Streets, Hanover||Cnr Burger and New Streets||Burger Street, cnr New Street||Hanover||NC||50||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit||Register
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| 2144||9/2/049/0120-109||30 Milner Street, Kimberley||30 Milner Street||30 Milner Street, cnr Voortrekker Street||Kimberley||NC||990||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2145||9/2/049/0120-077||17 Egerton Road, Kimberley||17 Egerton Road||17 Egerton Road||Kimberley||NC||469||||Register
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| 2146||9/2/100/0002-031||95 Church Street, Victoria West||95 Church Street||95 Church Street||Victoria West||NC||137||Intrinsic architectural merit||Register
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| 2147||9/2/049/0120-095||9 Milner Street, Kimberley||9 Milner Street||9 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||12122||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2148||9/2/049/0002-094||97 Hercules Street, Kimberley||97 Hercules Street||97 Hercules Street||Kimberley||NC||1587||||Register
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| 2149||9/2/049/0120-025||3 Salisbury Street, Kimberley||3 Salisbury Street||3 Salisbury Street, cnr Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||502||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2150||9/2/049/0120-026||28 Rendlesham Road, Kimberley||28 Rendlesham Road||28 Rendlesham Road||Kimberley||NC||456||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance.||Register
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| 2151||9/2/049/0120-028||19 Park Road, Kimberley||19 Park Road||19 Park Road||Kimberley||NC||586||Intrinsic archaetectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2152||9/2/035/0010||Dutch Reformed Church, Church Street, Hanover||Dutch Reformed Church||Church Street||Hanover||NC||133 and 472||Outstanding aesthetic/architectural merit||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2153||9/2/049/0120-075||3 Egerton Road, Kimberley||3 Egerton Road||3 Egerton Road||Kimberley||NC||3258||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2154||9/2/049/0120-014||12 Park Road, Kimberley||12 Park Road||12 Park Road, cnr Lyndhurst Road||Kimberley||NC||654||||Register
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| 2155||9/2/049/0120-047||184 Dutoitspan Road, Kimberley||184 Dutoitspan Road||184 Dutoitspan Road||Kimberley||NC||544||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2156||9/2/049/0120-023||1 Smith Street, Kimberley||1 Smith Street||1 Smith Street||Kimberley||NC||434||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2157||9/2/049/0120-094||10 Milner Street, Kimberley||10 Milner Street||10 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||549||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2158||9/2/049/0120-022||6 Carrington Road, Kimberley||6 Carrington Road||6 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||561||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2159||9/2/049/0120-096||6 Milner Street, Kimberley||6 Milner Street||6 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||547||Intristic Archaetectural And Cuultural Significance||Register
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| 2160||9/2/049/0120-097||52 Synagogue Street, Kimberley||52 Synagogue Street||52 Synagogue Street, cnr Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||915||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2161||9/2/049/0120-098||50 Synagogue Street, Kimberley||50 Synagogue Street||50 Synagogue Street||Kimberley||NC||916||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2163||9/2/032/0009/005||Water wheel, Plot 1057, North Furrow, Kakamas||Water wheel||South Furrow, Kakamas, Gordonia District||Kakamas||NC||||The nine water wheels were made by Piet Burger in consultation with a local blacksmith T. Craill c19||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2164||9/2/032/0009/001||Water wheel No. 2, Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas||Water wheel||Plot 103, South Furrow, Kakamas||Kakamas||NC||103||The nine water wheels were made by Piet Burger in consultation with a local blacksmith T. Craill c19||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2165||9/2/023/0016||Horsemill, Old warehouse, Bell Street, Colesberg||Horsemill||Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||329||This historic horse-mill, which is made of yellowwood, with a kiaat wheel, is one of the few complete horse-mills remaining in the Republic of South Africa.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2166||9/2/032/0005||North Furrow, Kakamas, Gordonia District||North furrow||Baviaans Krantz, Kakamas||Kakamas||NC||||The original furrows, water tunnels and dry stone walling represent a noteworthy early 20th century ||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2167||9/2/049/0120-093||28 Carrington Road, Kimberley||28 Carrington Road||28 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1006||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2168||9/2/049/0002-120||62 Hercules Street, Kimberley||62 Hercules Street||62 Hercules Street, cnr Dixon Place||Kimberley||NC||1544||||Register
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| 2169||9/2/049/0120-113||30 Carrington Road, Kimberley||30 Carrington Road||30 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1007||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2170||9/2/035/0012-046||Cnr Murray and Market Streets, Hanover||Cnr Murray and Market Streets||Murray Street, cnr Market Street||Hanover||NC||226||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 2171||9/2/049/0120-012||42 Synagogue Street, Kimberley||42 Synagogue Street||42 Synagogue Street||Kimberley||NC||920||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2172||9/2/049/0005||City Hall and Market Square, Kimberley||City Hall and Market Square||Kimberley||Kimberley||NC||||The Market Square was the centre around which the city of Kimberley grew. It was the scene of many important events in the history of this city, and of South Africa and Zimbabwe.  The City Hall was designed by F C Rogers in the neo-classical style and was||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2173||9/2/049/0120-013||5 Lodge Road, Kimberley||5 Lodge Road||5 Lodge Road||Kimberley||NC||2267||||Register
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| 2174||9/2/049/0015||Dutch Reformed Mother Church, Newton, Kimberley||Dutch Reformed Mother Church||Newton, Kimberley||Kimberley||NC||16044||The historic Dutch Reformed Church at Newton, Kimberley was built in three stages. The original church was designed by the Rev J D Kestell, who was Minister in Kimberley between 1882 and 1893. The building was dedicated on 29 May 1886.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2175||9/2/023/0006||2 Sarel Cilliers Street, Colesberg||2 Sarel Cilliers Street||2 Sarel Cilliers Street, cnr Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||310||This historic house is representative of the early Karoo architectural style. The house and the adjoining houses in Bell Street form an interesting historic and architectural complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2176||9/2/038/0006||Anglo-Boer War Blockhouse, Modder River, Herbert District||Anglo-Boer war Blockhouse||Rietriver, Rostrovor, Herbert District||Modder River||NC||||The blockhouse was erected in 1901 during the Anglo- Boer War by the Royal Engineers to secure the r||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2177||9/2/049/0120-024||8 Salisbury Street, Kimberley||8 Salisbury Street||8 Salisbury Street||Kimberley||NC||497||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2178||9/2/043/0010||Reformed Church (Kruiskerk), Liebenberg Street, Strydenburg||Reformed Church 'Kruiskerk'||Liebenberg Street, cnr Van Wyk Street||Strydenburg||NC||82||In 1897 a number of members of the NG Church broke away to form their own congregation. The land was||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2179||9/2/035/0012-045||Erf 511, Darling Street, Hanover||Erf 511, Darling Street||Darling Street||Hanover||NC||511||Intrinsic aesthetic/architectural merit.||Register
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| 2180||9/2/049/0120-030||2 Loch Road, Kimberley||2 Loch Road||2 Loch Road, cnr Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||503||||Register
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| 2181||9/2/049/0120-015||3 Harley Street, Kimberley||3 Harley Street||3 Harley Street, cnr Salisbury Street||Kimberley||NC||501||||Register
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| 2182||9/2/049/0120-001||5 Foley Street, Kimberley||5 Foley Street||5 Foley Street||Kimberley||NC||11844||||Register
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| 2183||9/2/049/0120-017||21 Milner Street, Kimberley||21 Milner Street||21 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||947||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2184||9/2/049/0120-018||7 Egerton Road, Kimberley||7 Egerton Road||7 Egerton Road, cnr Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||569||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2185||9/2/049/0120-019||8 Carrington Road, Kimberley||8 Carrington Road||8 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2186||9/2/049/0120-020||13 Spencer Street, Kimberley||13 Spencer Street||13 Spencer Street||Kimberley||NC||16656||Intristic Archaetectural and Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2187||9/2/049/0120-021||1 Loch Road, Kimberley||1 Loch Road||1 Loch Road, cnr Elsmere Road||Kimberley||NC||515||||Register
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| 2188||9/2/032/0008||Water wheel, near DR Church Parsonage, South Furrow, Kakamas||Water wheel (near Dutch Reformed Parsonage)||South Furrow, Kakamas, Gordonia District||Kakamas||NC||||This water-wheel, which was erected at the Kakamas Settlement according to the design of Piet Burger, is one of the few remaining examples of its kind.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2189||9/2/049/0002-082||61 Hercules Street, Kimberley||61 Hercules Street||61 Hercules Street, cnr Freeman Place||Kimberley||NC||1533||||Register
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| 2190||9/2/049/0120-101||40 Carrington Road, Kimberley||Copper Lodge||40 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1012||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2191||9/2/049/0002-032||95 Main Road, Kimberley||95 Main Road||95 Main Road||Kimberley||NC||1236||||Register
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| 2192||9/2/049/0120-102||38 Carrington Road, Kimberley||38 Carrington Road||38 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1011||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2193||9/2/049/0002-035||31a Hercules Street, Kimberley||31a Hercules Street||31a Hercules Street||Kimberley||NC||1473||||Register
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| 2194||9/2/049/0002-021||115 Main Road, Kimberley||115 Main Road||115 Main Road||Kimberley||NC||1204||||Register
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| 2195||9/2/049/0002-026||117 Main Road, Kimberley||117 Main Road||117 Main Road||Kimberley||NC||1203||||Register
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| 2196||9/2/049/0002-029||85 Main Road, Kimberley||85 Main Road||85 Main Road, cnr Olympia Street||Kimberley||NC||1241||||Register
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| 2197||9/2/049/0002-046||41 Robinson Street, Kimberley||41 Robinson Street||41 Robinson Street, cnr Conolly Place||Kimberley||NC||1553||||Register
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| 2198||9/2/049/0002-033||97 Main Road, Kimberley||97 Main Road||97 Main Road, cnr Solomon Street||Kimberley||NC||1235||||Register
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| 2199||9/2/049/0120-104||34 Carrington Road, Kimberley||34 Carrington Road||34 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1009||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2200||9/2/049/0120-027||22 Rendlesham Road, Kimberley||22 Rendlesham Road||22 Rendlesham Road||Kimberley||NC||459||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance.||Register
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| 2201||9/2/019/0011||Corbelled House Complex, Konka, Carnarvon District||Corbelled house Complex, 'Konka'||Carnarvon Distrcit||Carnarvon||NC||||Konka is an excellent example of a rare, surviving corbelled house complex and sheep kraal, which to||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2202||9/2/078/0012-013||19 Loop Street, Richmond||Museum||19 Loop Street||Richmond||NC||321||A good building enhancing the streetscape||Register
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| 2203||9/2/049/0120-103||36 Carrington Road, Kimberley||36 Carrington Road||36 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1010||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2204||9/2/023/0015-001||Erf 329, Bell Street, Colesberg||Erf 329, Bell Street||Bell Street||Colesberg||NC||329||This square, double-storeyed warehouse is the only remaining example of its kind  in Colesberg and, together with the other historic buildings in Bell Street, forms, a unique architectural and historic group.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2205||9/2/038/0005||Warren's Survey Beacons, Ramah, Herbert District||Survey Beacons||Farm Ramah||||NC||||These three beacons form part of the boundary line between the FSand Griqualand West which Sir Charles Warren and Jos. E de Villiers established in 1876 and 1877. This marked the end of the so-called Diamond Fields Dispute.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2206||9/2/049/0002-025||35 Robinson Street, Kimberley||35 Robinson Street||35 Robinson Street||Kimberley||NC||1484||||Register
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| 2207||9/2/049/0002-040||Tucker Street, Kimberley||N C Bag & Bottle Merchants||Tucker Street, cnr Parsons Lane||Kimberley||NC||8590||||Register
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| 2208||9/2/049/0002-139||30-30A Main Road, Kimberley||Farmers Bazaar||30-30A Main Road||Kimberley||NC||1893||||Register
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| 2209||9/2/049/0002-068||Erf 1858, Main Road, Kimberley||Apple Box Cafe||Main Road, cnr FSRoad||Kimberley||NC||1858||||Register
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| 2210||9/2/049/0002-156||29 Tucker Street, Kimberley||29 Tucker Street||29 Tucker Street, cnr Parsons Lane||Kimberley||NC||9296||||Register
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| 2211||9/2/049/0002-099||Neale Street, Kimberley||Methodist Church and Dugmore Memorial Hall||Neale Street||Kimberley||NC||1713||||Register
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| 2212||9/2/049/0002-138||28 Main Road, Kimberley||28 Main Road||28 Main Road||Kimberley||NC||1892||||Register
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| 2213||9/2/049/0002-066||81 Main Road, Kimberley||81 Main Road||81 Main Road||Kimberley||NC||1413||||Register
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| 2214||9/2/049/0120-099||46a Carrington Road, Kimberley||46a Carrington Road||46a Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1015||Intristic Archaetectural And Cultural Significance||Register
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| 2215||9/2/107/0007||Corbelled buildings, Jan Klaas Leegte, Williston District||Corbelled buildings||Jan Klaas Leegte, Williston District||||NC||193||In their entirety, these structures, which are all situated on one farmstead, form a unique cultural-historic and architectural complex.||Provincial Heritage Site
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| 2216||9/2/049/0002-100||5 Neale Street, Kimberley||House Salem||5 Neale Street||Kimberley||NC||1675||||Register
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| 2217||9/2/049/0120-100||4 Milner Street, Kimberley||4 Milner Street||4 Milner Street||Kimberley||NC||546||Intrinsic architectural and cultural significance||Register
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| 2218||9/2/049/0002-028||83 Main Road, Kimberley||83 Main Road||83 Main Road, cnr Olympia Street||Kimberley||NC||1412||||Register
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| 2219||9/2/049/0002-162||Erf 1709, Stanley Street, Kimberley||Corner Pharmacy||Stanley Street, cnr Main Road||Kimberley||NC||1709||||Register
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| 2220||9/2/049/0120-105||32 Carrington Road, Kimberley||32 Carrington Road||32 Carrington Road||Kimberley||NC||1008||Intristic Archetectural And Cultural Signifance||Register
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| 2221||9/2/049/0002-096||101 Hercules Street, Kimberley||101 Hercules Street||101 Hercules Street, cnr Achilles Street||Kimberley||NC||1589||||Register
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