Graaff-Reinet - Eastern Cape

Founded: 1786

Named after Governor Cornelius Jacobus van der Graaff and his wife Cornelia Reinet.

References



For further information visit the following websites:
graaffreinet.com
graaffreinet.co.za
wikipedia.org

List of buildings:

Barclays Bank: 1918.
Board of Executors Building: 1920.
Church of St James (since altered): 1848.
Cleghorn and Harris: 1887.
Convent: 1922.
Drostdy: 1804-1805.
Dudley Hall: 1894.
Hepworths Building: n.d..
Holy Trinity Methodist Church: 1871-1875 : 1894.
Hospital: 1923.
Libertas Parva: n.d..
Merino SA Offices: n.d..
Methodist Manse: n.d..
Midland Hospital: 1920.
Mission Church: 1821.
Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk: 1861.
Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk: 1929.
Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk: 1886-1887.
NG Kerk Saal: 1936.
Old Cape homestead which houses the Rembrandt van Rijn Art Foundation: 1780.
Old Congregational Church: n.d..
Old Mutual building: n.d..
Ouberg/Oudeberg Pass: 1832. district
Parsonage at Graaff-Reinet: 1812.
Post Office: c1871.
Public school: 1898.
Reinet House (Old Pastorie): 1812.
Rembrandt Van Rijn Art Museum - was Old Cape homestead: 1780.
Town Hall: 1910-1911.
Town Hall (Competition entry): pre-1911.
Urquhart House: 1806 - 1821.
Van Ryneveld Pass: 1830s. district

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