Cape Town

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Subject:
Geography
Grade:
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Cape Town

The video above details the rich cultural diversity of Cape Town, South Africa. For more information on culture in the South African city of Cape Town visit the following sites:http://www.audleytravel.com/us/destinations/africa/south-africa/places-to-go/cape-town.aspx?audcmp=35-505%20South%20Africa&gclid=CjgKEAjwoJ-dBRDbjfKN7IzN0FsSJAAP0G_Dsrni1VAtm9MH9a8surqVkFeU4s53a_UOBIau_ZZCFfD_BwEhttp://www.imagineafrica.com/countries/south-africa/southafricahighlights/?gclid=CjgKEAjwoJ-dBRDbjfKN7IzN0FsSJAAP0G_DKmNULpu_uU7Qrp6zIXZQL_j4TpSZb_OSZcsOcIgIh_D_BwE

Fast Facts - Languages: Afrikaans is the main language, however, Xhosa and English are spoken also. - Religions:80% Christianity, 10% Muslims, less than 1% Jewish and Hindu.-Government: Constitutional democracy with three levels of government.- Foods: melktert (milk flavored cake), kingklip (white fish), ostrich

Cape Town, South Africa

Culture

This is the Coat of Arms!

This is what the local food looks like.

Boerewors are farmer's sausage. They have been compared to the great taste of a New York hotdog.Boerewors

South Africa

This is the local map!

The Castle of Good Hope was built as a fortress by the Dutch, the first white settlers in Cape Town.

Many locals wear jeans, t-shirts, and baseball caps!

- A way of life for a group of people who share similar beliefs


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