Fort Hope, here is the earliest city site in Cape Town. What attracts my attention most is the various wooden furniture of the past. Take advantage of the staff to relax a few photographs. It's shocking, but it's worth visiting, but it's early to close the door. If you want to go, please go early.
In downtown Cape Town, the buildings are very special. There will be English guides to explain the history of South Africa. Every noon, there will be some artillery ceremony. It's enough to travel for 1-2 hours. You can take it along when you visit Table Mountain and Water Front.
It took more than two hours to climb the mountain, including all kinds of nearly vertical stone walls, chains and bare-handed rock climbing alternately abusive, cable cars and clouds gradually to the bottom of the feet, the achievement of the summit followed. Standing here, the scenery is really wonderful!
The explanations are vivid, and they make fun of the soldiers of the Dutch-colonial period. They are profound: it is useless to always remember the history and hold it in mind, so that history can not be repeated. The walls of the castle are all made of stone. The castle is in the shape of a pentagonal star. Some of its history is worth knowing. The bird's-eye view at high altitude is quite good.
At present, the oldest European-style building in South Africa is Castle of Good Hope. In 1666, Europeans rebuilt their first military base on the wooden fortress built by Dutch captain Jan van Riebeeck. Most of its building materials came from the Netherlands. In 1679, Simon van der Stel, the first Dutch governor-general, arrived in Cape Town to replace him. Dai Van Ribeck became the local leader and the residence of the Governor of the Dutch East India Company. The castle now has a small cell with prisoners'graffiti, a distinctive William Figa Art Collection and a military museum. The main building in the middle also retains the furniture and daily necessities of the year, although not luxurious, but with ancient delicacy.
South Africa's oldest castle, on the edge of downtown Cape Town, has few buildings and is worth visiting.
Six different South African flags are flying on the walls of Cape Town's Hope Castle. They record the history of South Africa's successive colonial rule by the Netherlands, Britain and finally independence. It was this long-term colonial rule that formed the unique features of South Africa "Europe in Africa" and laid the foundation for South Africa to become the richest country in Africa. As far as the real South African aborigines are concerned, they are either lucky or unfortunate.
The courtyard with beautiful colours is like a five-edged Guo, and there are artillery performances on time.