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Commemorative Tablet To Leo Pokrowsky

Kerk (church) Street, Utrecht, 2980

One of the most famous foreigners who fought with the Boer forces during the second Anglo-Boer war was captain Leo Pokrowsky, a Pole who was an officer in the Russian army. He was killed in a skirmish on Christmas Day 1...

Coniston

5 Harvey Place, Dundee, 3000

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

Coniston was built in 1906 by Talbot, the first licensed pharmacist in northern Natal, who lived here until 1960. The building was declared a national monument in 1988.

Convent

4 Victoria Road, Ladysmith, 3370

(036) 631 0653

The convent was completed in 1897. In the direct line of fire, it was struck several times before 6 November 1899, when the nuns were hastily evacuated by train to the recently established Intombi Neutral Camp Hospital...

Convention Bridge

Negotiations between president Paul Kruger and Sir Hendry Loch, British High Commissioner for South Africa, took place here in November 1894 to discuss Swaziland and related matters. The conference table inside the coach...

Coolamgause Building

Retief Street, Weenen, 3325

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

The Coolamgause building is a national monument. General dealer in the town of Weenen.

Cottage Hospital

Dundee, 3000

(034) 212 2654
info@talana.co.za

This house was the home of the local head master, originally built as a cottage hospital and used as a military hospital for British wounded during the battle of Talana.

Court House

Murchison Street, Ladysmith, 3370

(036) 637 2992
info@ladysmith.co.za

This was the second courthouse built in Eshowe. It was erectedaround 1895 and later extended.This was the centre of Eshowe at the turn of the century.

Dannhauser Tourism Office

8 Church Street, Dannhauser

Dannhauser Tourism Office,

Devonshire Memorial

Wagon Hill

(036) 637 2992
info@ladysmith.co.za

The memorial is in memory of the officers and men who fell in the gallant charge across Wagon Hill on 6 January 1900 that repulsed a Boer attack.