The Northern Cape: World Heritage Site in Africa

Northern Cape World Heritage Site in Africa

 The Northern Cape is the biggest province and most thinly populated state of South Africa and Kimberley is the capital of this province. Kalahari Gemsbok National Park is an international park of this state shared with Botswana. The World Heritage Site includes the Augrabies Falls, Alexander Bay and the diamond mining areas in Kimberley which are the most attractions in Northern Cape. The Namaqualand expanse in the west is well-known for its Namaqualand daisies. The north is primarily Kalahari Desert, characterized by parallel red sand dunes and acacia tree dry savanna. De Aar and Colesberg, the southern cities of the Great Karoo are the main transport nodes among Cape Town, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth.

Northern Cape World Heritage Site in Africa
Flowing Orange River through this province formed the borders with Free State in the south-east and with Namibia in the north-west portions. African narrators include a higher proportion of the inhabitants in the Northern Cape than any other region. Cave sites include Wonderwerk Cave near Kuruman, which has a exceptionally long series stretching from the turn of the 20th century at the surface to about 2 million years in its basal film. All archaeological traces and Provincial Heritage Sites in the Northern Cape are greater than 100 years old are automatically sheltered by the South African Heritage assets Act. The west coastline is conquered by the Namaqualand area which is famed for its spring flowers containing the mountains consisted of Granites and other metamorphic swing. Northern Cape has seashore in the west of the South Atlantic Ocean. The pre-colonial history of the Northern Cape is reflecting in a rich, mostly Stone Age, archaeological heritage for which visitors attracted…………………

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