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Travel to Johannesburg and Pretoria

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Travel to Johannesburg and Pretoria
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788770612944
Number of pages: 31

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When you are traveling in South Africa than Johannesburg and Pretoria are two cities you can't miss. Johannesburg is the largest city of South Africa and is divided in two areas, the old city and modern Sandton. Enjoy shopping or visit one of the many tourist attractions. Pretoria is a quieter city with many interesting museums.

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