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One of King Goodwill Zwelitini's palaces.One of his wives, Queen Mamchiza lives here.
3 Oftebro Street, Eshowe, 3815
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4 comfortable suites with own entrance in fully-equipped and serviced guesthouse. Tranquil surrounding near Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk
John Ross Highway, Eshowe, 3815
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Built in 1900 as a 'second class' central prison, this national monument now houses the Thukela Commando.It was used as a place of refuge during the Bambatha uprising.A large fig tree to the rear was used as a rallying p...
Windham Road, Eshowe, 3815
Built in 1894 to house the magistrate, this home was declared a national monument in 1986 the present magistrate and his family live here, along with a ghost named Josephine.
A small village near Empangeni housing a sugar mill labour force. The sugar mill is one of the largest in the country. The sugar mill is not open to the public.
58 President Street, Vryheid, 3100
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This Tudor-style dwelling was erected in 1920. The old house was declared a national monument in December 1981.
Osbournd Road, Eshowe
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Built in late July 1879 by the 2nd Company, Royal Engineers and four companies of the 94th.
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The fort was built during 1878 by a detachment of the 90th. Subsequently the fort was manned by the Kaffrarian Rifles and then troops of the 80th, who mounted two 6 pounder guns during their stay.
The fort was built on the 23 April 1879 by the men of the First Brigade of the First Division, as a depot on the division's line of advance into Zululand, on the occasion of the Anglo-Zulu war..
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