Buyskop

6Km north of the town is the famed Buyskop (1 308m), named after the notorious outlaw Coenraad de Buys, from where much of the stone used in the construction of the Union Building was quarried. Ruins of buildings dating from Coenraad de Buys can be viewed.


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