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The Square is probably the most significant urban space in the City. Originally the landing beach was nearby and much of the goods arriving at or leaving from Port Elizabeth did so via Market Square. The Square became the focal point for the buying and selling of goods by the local and district...
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The Campanile was erected to commemorate the landing of the 1820 Settlers and is situated at the entrance to the railway station and docks in Strand Street, the spot where it is said the settlers landed in Port Elizabeth. The architects were Jones & McWilliams with construction starting in 1920...
Experience the magic of one of Shakespeare's plays on a balmy Summer's evening, in lush and verdant surroundings, at the Mannville Open Air Theatre which is located on the South-Western side of St George's Park, Park Drive, Central.
Located in front of the Town Hall in Uitenhage, the memorial was unveiled in 1904. The names of Uitenhage citizens who died in the Anglo-Boer War are inscribed hereon. The features of the life-size soldier were reportedly copied from that of an actual soldier in King William’s Town.
South End was once a cosmopolitan suburb bustling with street life, known for its respected schools, is festive hotels, numerous family businesses and its own air fish sellers. It was home to generations of families who lived in houses which today are only recorded in water colours.
Fort Frederick, Port Elizabeth, which is located along Belmont Terrace, Central, is a stone fort built in 1799 by the British Forces to defend the mouth of the Baakens River.
The Donkin Heritage Trail links 51 places of historical interest in the old Hill area of central Port Elizabeth.
No 7 Castle Hill was completed in 1825 and is one of the oldest surviving Settler cottages in Port Elizabeth.
Donkin Reserve, located off Belmont Terrace, Central, and overlooking the city, was proclaimed an open space in perpetuity by Sir Rufane Donkin.