Category:Route 67 (South Africa)

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English: Route 67 is a vehicle for continuing the Urban Renewal of Central Port Elizabeth and simultaneously educating citizens and tourists on our struggle history and the cultural and historic significance to different ethnic communities whose roots are found here, of sites along the way. The focus has been to use public art, incorporating social transformation and capacity building of local artists. It has encompassed the restoration and ongoing protection of several of Port Elizabeth’s national monuments and heritage sites, which were under serious threat from urban decay, with the walk through 67 artworks along a heritage trail from the Campanile up to the Donkin, and then up Belmont Terrace and Bird Street to the Art Museum, with nodes at South End and Red Location museums and in Uitenhage.


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