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Astro Trip do tours around Pretoria. We do exclusive or door-to-door services which you can choose from. Get into contact with us for a quotation. E-mail us to: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com . Contact us direct at 0027 11 704 5125 or 24 hours contact: 0027 76 286 5924. You can see the full details and rates and prices of our Pretoria tours here: http://www.astrotrip.net/pretoria-guided-tour/
Our tours includes the following sites:
Transvaal or Ditsong National Museum
The Transvaal Museum (also known as Ditsong National Museum of Natural History) is situated in Pretoria, South Africa. This Museum has a collection of the following: Hominid fossils, Skeletons, Specimens of amphibians, Fish, Reptiles and Invertebrates and mammals
This building name comes from the time of the South African Union which was only changed in 1961 to the current name, the Republic of South African. Since the very first free elections for all and common elections in South Africa in 1994 the Union Building has been the residence of the presidency and his government.
The Voortrekker Monument is situated in the northern part of South Africa in Pretoria (Tshwane) region in a nature reserve. It is a unique Monument which commemorates the Pioneer history of Southern Africa and the history of the Afrikaner and is situated in a beautiful setting. Today it is the most visited heritage site of its kind in Gauteng and one of the top ten cultural historical visitor attractions in the country. The Monument also manages the Blood River Heritage Site.
Paul Kruger or Church Square
Paul Kruger or Church Square is situated in central of Pretoria. This was the site of the city’s first church which was built in 1855. During its early years the square was used as a marketplace and sports field and today is the grandest civic square in the city and among the great attractions in Gauteng. This is for visitors who adore 19th century and early 20th century architecture. The square is surrounded by historical buildings in varying neo-classical architectural styles, including the impressive Palace of Justice where former president Nelson Mandela and several of his comrades were tried and charged for treason during the infamous Rivonia Trial.
Sammy Marks museum
The Sammy Marks Museum is the house of the mining and industrial tycoon, Samuel Marks. He is better known as Sammy Marks. Mr Marks made a significant contribution in the development in South Africa during the 1880’s. His house was declared a National Monument under the legislation. This house consists out of 48 bedrooms, a tennis court and a beautiful garden. Sammy Marks, his nine children and wife lived in the house until 1978.
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