Cape Town Blue Plaques

SIMON VAN DER STEL FOUNDATION : CAPE TOWN

 

LIST OF BLUE PLAQUES AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2012

 

 

.           Van Reede van Oudtshoorn Burial Vault, Gardens

 

.           Site of first Jewish Service in Cape Town, Helmsley Place,

now part of the Mount Nelson complex

 

.           Site of the first Synagogue in South Africa, corner Bouquet and

St John’s Streets (near Parliament)

 

.           Home of J N von Dessin, Provincial Government Building

 

.           Dutch East India Company Hospital, Temple Chambers,

4 Wale Street, Cape Town

 

.           Surgeon’s House, [principal surgeon DEIC] Colonial Mutual Building, Adderley Street

 

.           Sir Herbert Baker’s Last Building, First National Bank Building,

Adderley Street

 

.           First Private Trading Site, Woolworths outlet, corner Adderley and Strand

Streets   – there are 2 plaques on this site.

 

.           Union Chapel, 5 Church Square (Kerk Plein)

 

.           Mission House, home of Dr John Philip, Church Square (Kerk Plein)

 

.           Site of “African Theatre” (St Stephen’s Church), Riebeeck Square

 

.           Col. Robert Jacob Gordon at Schoonderzigt

 

George Rex at Schoonderzigt

 

.           His Majesty’s first Astronomer at the Cape, Rev. Fearon Fallows, at

Rozenhof Restaurant, Kloof Street

 

.           Arthur Elliott, 1870-1936, photographer

 

.           SSS Radar Station – Cape Point Game Reserve

 

.           Strawberry Lane, Constantia

 

Anglican Chapel & School – Constantia Main Road, Constantia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

31 December 2012

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