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Parliament plays an important role in the life of the nation. It is elected to represent the citizens of South Africa according to the Constitution. Parliament is the place where laws are passed and where important issues of the day are discussed...more
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Parliament Street | Visitors Centre, Cape Town Central 8000, South Africa
The parliament was just walking distance from my hotel. The building is huge and beautiful...opp is a lovely park and garden to the back.
There is a visitors entrance. I did go up the step and take some pictures. Was not in the mood to...More
There is no way that you could miss this building, designed by Herbert Baker, which houses the central seat of government... the crisp white and dark red paintwork make it stand out from its surroundings, it's location, flanked by the Company's Gardens gives you the...More
Once the bastion of white supremacy, it is now open to all. Unfortunately, this does not include Sunday, the only day that my spouse and I had to see some of Capetown's historic buildings.
One can still admire exterior of the massive building, constructed of...More
It's not open all the time so it might be good to find out the times they are open. There are gardens next to it that is a good place to walk and relax. One of the iconic buildings in Cape Town and worth the...More
Got the chance to walk near by the building and really liked the vice surrounding it. Sadly it was closed when we went, but we still enjoyed the views of it and what it means to thd South African people. Well worth stopping by even...More