The Bluff

A 4km ridge that provides the land-locked harbour of Port Natal with its  southern  arm is known as the Bluff, or to the Zulu as isiBubulungu (‘the long bulky thing’). The ridge is a 90m high bush-covered dune of sand, which protects the harbour from winds.    Marine Drive runs along the seaward side and leads to a viewing site from where there is a  panoramic view of the harbour and city.  King, one of the founders of Durban, is buried on the bluff.

Standard Bank

Standard Bank

Church Street - The building was designed by Philip Dudgeon and is considered  to be his...

Fort Napier

Fort Napier

Fort Napier stands on a hill to the west of Pietermaritzburg, at the top of Church Street and...

Old Government House

Old Government House

The Colonial Government bought this house in Long Market Street from Sir Benjamin Pine, Lieutenant...

St. Peter’s Church

St. Peter’s Church

St. Peter's Church, or Bishop J.W. Colenso's Cathedral, stands at the corner of Church and Chapel...

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