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Artroots c.c Africa

1st Floor, 23 Umbilo Rd, Durban, 4001

(031) 207 8939
artroots@global.co.za

Artroots source artworks by some of the top black artists, sculptors and craft artists mainly from KwaZulu-Natal. The showroom is open by appointment only.

Ashraf Supply Store

365/369 New Germany Road, Durban, 4001

A significant example of a trading store of the Union period in Indian vernacular style.

Asoka Theatre

University Of Westville, Westville, 3630

(031) 260 2679

A significant example of a trading store of the union period in indian vernacular style.

Assisi Convent

Assisi Hospital And Convent, 4240

(039) 695 9104

It is a mission or convent. There is also a hospital and a school. The convent was built on 8 December 1922. It was named in the honor of St. Francis from Italy. The hospital was built in 1959 and was given the same ...

Atherton

295 Florida Road, Durban, 4001

(033) 394 6543
amafa.pmb@pixie.co.za

This is a significant Edwardian two storied villa in vernacular style with noteworthy details such as fascias, gateposts and gates. It was built in 1903 and was declared a national monument in February 1991.

Augustinian Chapel

Estcourt, 3310

(036) 352 6253
brta@futurest.co.za

Estcourt became the cradle of the Augustinian order in Natal as early as 1891. This church was built in 1929.

Babbling Brook Bed & Breakfast

42 Bellevue Road, Prestbury, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

Situated 5 minutes from the city of Pietermaritzburg and 2 minutes from the lovely National Botanic Gardens, Babbling Brook offers tastefully- decorated, comfortable accommodation with Air-conditioning, library, self-cat...

Baboon Rock

(033) 845 1000

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Backhouse Printers

Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201

(033) 345 1348

This attractive redbrick and plaster building has an ornamental verandah frieze and slender columns. It was erected in 1901.

Badsha Pir Tomb

Brook Street Muslim Cemetary, Durban, 4001

This is the tomb of Badsha Pir, one of two Islamic saints who lived in Durban. He was especially known for his good works and the regeneration of Islamic principles amongst the Indian community.

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