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Cape Town The city of Cape Town (Afrikaans: Kaapstad) is the legislative capital
of the Republic of South Africa and the capital of Cape Province. The city lies at
the northern end of the Cape Peninsula some 30 miles (50 kilometres), at its ...
OCEAN Cape of Good Hope : Maior roads City limits H Built-up areas Parks and
green areas Cape Town and surrounding area. residential areas are on the
slopes east of Table Mountain and on the slopes of Signal Hill, overlooking
Squash courts are located at the University of Cape Town's indoor sports centre.
A race track and four golf courses lie within the city boundaries. Zeekoevlei and
Sandvlei, two lakes in the southeast near False Bay, are popular for water sports,
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