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Friday, 06 January 2006


I took this photo of the sun setting over the Atlantic ocean from Fresnaye in Cape Town a week ago. According to Escape Artist:

Introducing the divine real estate along the Atlantic Seaboard would not be complete without a bit about Fresnaye. High above the beaches, Fresnaye is located exactly between mountain and sea. The views are impressive to say the least. Palm trees line the streets with names like; La Croix, Coeur de Lion and Des Huguenots, granting the area an immediate flair. (For more information on the French Huguenots history in the Cape, read my April article on Cape Dutch Architecture). Homes on this hill or in any of the above mentioned beach or high end areas are priced at their lowest around half a million dollars and go up to over 6 million US dollars.

Note: I added the hyperlink to the Cape Dutch Architecture article.

Posted by bigblue on 06/01/2006 at 08:05 PM
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