Memorial plaque
Photographer: Roger Fisher




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




20a Klaasse Street
Photographer: Banda Louw




Klaasse Street
Photographer: Roger Fisher




Klaasse Street
Photographer: Roger Fisher




Klaasse Street
Photographer: Roger Fisher




Klaasse Street
Photographer: Roger Fisher




Klaasse Street
Photographer: Roger Fisher




Plaque

VAN RIEBEECK'S HEDGE

This wild almond hedge was planted in 1660
by order of Commander Jan van Riebeeck as a
barrier protecting the expanding European
population against the indigenous Koisan
inhabitants of the Cape. The barrier stretched
from Kirstenbosch along Wynberg Hill to a
point below the Hen and Chickens rocks
Beyond this the barrier continued as
a pole fence to the mouth of the Salt
River. The hedge has come to be a symbol
of exclusion.

South African Heritage Resources Agency


Photographer: Roger Fisher




Klaasse Street
Photographer: Roger Fisher




Klaasse Street
Photographer: Roger Fisher




Klaasse Street
Photographer: Roger Fisher