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Travel to Cape Town by Stig Albeck

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Travel to Cape Town
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788770612920
Number of pages: 30

Description:
Travel to Cape Town in South Africa, explore Table Mountain and visit South Africa's oldest building: the fort Castle of good hope. In this free travel guide you will find three inspiring tours which will guide you along the highlights of this modern South African city. This guide as well contains an historical outline, tour suggestions outside of Cape Town and maps.

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