The Beauty of Africa Series: The Cape Province - its Scenery and People

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A magnificent presentation of the Peninsula, Garden Route, Wild Coast, Karoo inland mountain ranges, Transkei and Bushmanland, the wild life in the Cape Game Reserves such as Addo and the Kalahari National Park, as well as some of the wild flowers. Not least of all are the superb pictures of the people - European, African and Coloured - and the way they live in the grand scenic setting of the Cape Province.

A magnificent presentation of the Peninsula, Garden Route, Wild Coast, Karoo inland mountain ranges, Transkei and Bushmanland, the wild life in the Cape Game Reserves such as Addo and the Kalahari National Park, as well as some of the wild flowers. Not least of all are the superb pictures of the people - European, African and Coloured - and the way they live in the grand scenic setting of the Cape Province.

*Cover shelf rubbed*
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AuthorT. V. Bulpin
PublisherHoward Timmins
PlaceCape Town
Year1960
BindingHardcover
ConditionGood
Dustjacket ConditionGood
CommentsCover shelf rubbed
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