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Apartheid Museum and Soweto Township Private Tour.

Soweto, South Africa
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Durée

1 Jours

Type de Parcours

Parcours journalier

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1 , 14 personne

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English

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Nothing captures the dark Apartheid years better than the Apartheid Museum. From there we visit the sprawling township of Soweto.

The tour of Soweto township, Nelson Mandela House, Regina Mundi Church,

(1)Apartheid Museum is your first stop. Nothing captures the dark Apartheid years better than the Apartheid Museum. We visit the (2)Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital which was once the largest in the world and now the largest in Africa and the Southern Hemisphere. (3)Walter Sisulu Freedom Square which is the birth place of the Freedom Charter which later became the blueprint of our constitution. We visit (4)Regina Mundi Church the largest Catholic in Soweto used by the anti-apartheid activists as a meeting place and also where the Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu used to address the people. A spiritual home of the struggle because this is where political meetings, protest rallies, community gatherings and funeral services of many political victims were conducted. Often raided and attacked by police with teargas and live ammunition. (5)Credo Mutwa Cultural Village. (6)Hector Pieterson Memorial & Museum. (7)Vilakazi Street Precinct. (8)Nelson Mandela House Museum. (9)Bishop Desmond Tutu House. (10)Buffet Lunch

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  • <p>(1)Apartheid Museum is your first stop. We drive past (2)Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital which was once the largest in the world and now the largest in Africa and the Southern Hemisphere. (3)Walter Sisulu Freedom Square which is the birth place of the Freedom Charter which later became the blueprint of our constitution. We drive past (4)Regina Mundi Church the largest Catholic in Soweto used by the anti-apartheid activists as a meeting place and also where the Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu used to address the people. A spiritual home of the struggle because this is where political meetings, protest rallies, community gatherings and funeral services of many political victims were conducted. Often raided and attacked by police with teargas and live ammunition. (5) Hector Pieterson Memorial, (6)Vilakazi Street Precinct. (7)Nelson Mandela House Museum. (8)Light Lunch</p>
  • <p>6 years, wheel chairs welcome, full day, daily.</p>

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01 Jours

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Soweto, South Africa

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