Also known as the Cape Town Castle or simple The Castle, South Africa's oldest surviving manmade structure has stood as a historic local icon since 1679, when it was completed by the Dutch East India Company.. Once located on Table Bay and now part of central Cape Town after land reclamation, it's now home to three museums and provides some great scenic grist for your camera (plus come at night, too, when the walls are gaily lit with multicolour lights).

Read more in Tripatini member Rohny Jones' post in 9 of Cape Town's Most Photographable Spots.

Bernard Gagnon



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