Cape Town Holocaust Centre
The Cape Town Holocaust Centre is the first and only Holocaust Centre to be established in Africa.
It serves as a memorial to the 6 million Jews who where killed in the Holocaust and all victims of Nazism, teaches about the consequences of prejudice, racism and discrimination and promotes an understanding of the dangers of indifference, apathy and silence.
- Phone: 021 462 5553
- Website: http://www.ctholocaust.co.za
- Physical Address: 88 Hatfield Street, Gardens
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Diamonds were formed three billion years ago by molecular-changing heat of around 1 300 °C, deep within the Earth’s crust. If you didn’t know that, then you have not been to the Cape Town Diamond Museum.
Cape Town sport enthusiasts are lucky enough to live in the city that is home to the South African Rugby Museum. Located just a drop kick away from the Newlands Rugby Stadium in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, home of the Stormers, the South African Rugby Museum is a full of tokens, collector’s items, memorabilia and history of one of the country’s most watched sports.
As the oldest city in South Africa, Cape Town boasts a number of historical buildings, many of which are still in use today and open to visitors. The city’s architecture is a testament to the many varying influences in South Africa’s unique history.
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