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牛排屋
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餐厅
“This is a great restaurant for a date night or for a special occasion. It is romantic and the food is delicious. P.S. I personally recommend the fillet medallions on gnocchi.”
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Point of Interest
“The Women's Monument (in Afrikaans the Vrouemonument) is a Provincial Heritage Site situated in Bloemfontein in the Free State province of South Africa. It is a monument commemorating the suffering of around 27,000 Boer women and children who died in British concentration camps during the Boer War. The monument was designed by a Pretoria architect, Frans Soff, and the sculpting is by Anton van Wouw. It consists of an obelisk about 35m in height and low, semi-circular walls on two sides. A central bronze group, sketched by a hero of the Boer War Emily Hobhouse depicts a personal experience that took place on 15 May 1901. It shows two sorrowful women and a dying child in the Springfontein camp. The monument was unveiled on 16 December 1913, attended by about 20,000 South Africans. Thirteen years later, Emily Hobhouse's ashes were ensconced at the foot of the monument.”
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公园
“Explore abundant indigenous vegetation at Free State National Botanical Garden. Go for a hike in the garden or just relax at the restaurant.”
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Night Club
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公园
“If you like it fresh, the Boeremark, every Saturday from 08:00-12:00 is the place to be. Here you can buy fresh meat, veggies, fruit, eggs, etc. They also sell plants for very reasonable prices. ”
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餐厅
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商场
“Shops like Checkers Hyper, Woolworths, Clicks, Dischem, Mr Price, Foschini, Jet, Game”
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Museum
“The Anglo Boer War museum traces the history from the Boer's perspective of this bitter conflict, which took place from 1899 to 1902. History fans can gain insight into the context of the war, as well as life in the brutal British prison camps through dioramas, a collection of art, audio-visual presentations, artifacts, and other exhibits. The permanent collection focuses on some of the key figures of the time and includes a collection of firearms. Particularly poignant are exhibits highlighting the war's impact on black South Africans, as well as a bloodstained baby's bonnet showing the holes of stray bullets. Outside the museum are several memorials, including the National Women's Monument, a 37-meter-high obelisk that commemorates the 26,000 women and children who died in British concentration camps during the Boer War. In the base of the monument is an urn containing the ashes of Emily Hobhouse, an Englishwoman who campaigned for better treatment of the internees. Address: Monument Road, Bloemfontein ”
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咖啡馆
“Stunning decor and lovely lunches. Their white chocolate cheese cake is to die for! It is situated in the mall so if you need to stop at a few other shops it is very convenient. ”
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