Category:Old Slave Lodge, Cape Town

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This category shows a South African Protected Site with SAHRA file reference 9/2/018/0177.
English: Slave Lodge (Iziko Museums), Cape Town, South Africa
English: This building was originally completed in 1680 as the Dutch East India Company's Slave Lodge. It was converted for use as government offices in the 19th century by Thibault (Inspector of Government Buildings), Anreith (sculptor) and Schutte (contractor).Thomas Bain was famous for his road building skills and constructed many passes still in use today.
<nowiki>Slave Lodge; Iziko Slave Lodge; 開普敦奴隸小屋; museum in Cape Town; museum di Afrika Selatan; Museum in Südafrika; Museu na África do Sul; Slave Lodge, Cape Town</nowiki>
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LocationCity of Cape Town, Western Cape, RSA
Street address
  • 49 Adderley Street, Cape Town
Heritage designation
  • provincial heritage site
official website
Map33° 55′ 30.22″ S, 18° 25′ 13.41″ E
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Wikidata Q20981944
SAHRA heritage site ID: 920180177
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