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Tulbagh

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The charming historical town of Tulbagh is situated in the Witzenberg Municipal area, near Wolseley, Prince Alfred's Hamlet, Gouda and Ceres, in the Winelands of Boland in the Western Cape Province, South Africa. The Ideal accommodation getaway in the country. There are lots of things to do and see, places to eat, scenic hiking trails, sport, horse riding, camping and other places to stay for self catering or bed and breakfast.

First discovered in 1658, it was settled in 1700 when land grants were made to 14 farming families. The town was developed in 1743 when the church was built. After the earthquake in 1969 every home in Church Street was restored. These 32 buildings were all declared National Monuments and constitute the largest concentration of National Monuments in one street in South Africa.

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