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Heritage sites in Mpumalanga

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On 19 October 1986, the aeroplane, in which President Samora Machel of Mozambique and his staff and prominent politicians were returning to Mozambique from a meeting in...

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Situated 350km east of Gauteng, the town of Barberton is rich in ancient and modern history. Some of the oldest rocks preserved on earth are found here in the Barberton...

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Krugerhof was the last residence of President S.J.P. Kruger. He realised his ideal to have access to the sea without passing through British Territory with the opening of the...

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En route to the Kruger National Park, this African garden occupies an outstandingly beautiful site in the subtropical heart of Mpumalanga province. The character of the Garden...

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The history of Pilgrim’s Rest dates back to ancient times when unknown black miners worked the quartz reefs for gold. However, the historic village, as we know it, was founded...

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Belhaven, built in 1904, is an example of a pre-fabricated house. It is furnished in the style of the late Victorian and early Edwardian periods.

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Gold diggers of the 1870s retrieved the alluvial gold from stream beds by means of panning and sluice boxes. This tradition lives on at Pilgrim's Rest in the form of...

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This exhibit pays homage to the workforce of the gold industry of Pilgrim's Rest and commemorates World War 1 – exploring the impact of this war and other times of conflict on...

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The original house was constructed in 1886. It is furnished with the original furniture and household articles used by the Stopforth family between 1886 and 1914.

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This wood and iron house was built for Mrs Emily Fernandez in the early 1890s. The building now houses an exhibition mainly about Rimer’s Creek and the restoration of the house.

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Pilgrim's Gold

Pilgrim's Rest

The numerous remains from the alluvial gold diggings era and mining days within the cultural landscape of Pilgrim's Rest attest to it being the birth place of the South African...

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Pilgrim's Rest offers visitors some out-of-the-ordinary experiences. Try your hand at panning for gold in the river and experience what the old diggers referred to as "gold...

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TGCSA 3-Star LodgeMisty Mountain is a 280 hectare South African Natural Heritage Site situated on the spectacular Long Tom Pass (31 kilometres from Lydenburg and 24 kilometres...

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TGCSA 3-Star LodgeA family owned and managed country lodge off the beaten track that is run with passion and dedication to service excellence. We offer comfortable and...

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TGCSA 3-Star Guest HouseGuest House consisting of separate cottages with their own entrances into the garden or pool area. Self Catering and semi-self catering units. Breakfast...

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TGCSA 4-Star Guest HouseSituated en route to Swaziland and the South African Lowveld, Izimbali Lodge and Restaurant is a world class accomodation venue and offers unique and...

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The viewing lift takes visitors 51 metres down the face of the gorge into the forest below, where wooden walkways & suspension bridges meander along a 600 metre trail through...

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