Port Elizabeth
Some Facts:
• Port Elizabeth Bay is known by
1. “The Windy City”
2. “Algoa Bay”
3. The 10-minute city
• Is one of the larg...
Some great things to do and see in Port Elizabeth
Route 67
Route 67 is a public art
collection consisting of 67
artworks symbolising the 67
years of work that Nelson
Mandel...
The Addo Elephant National Park
Addo Elephant National
Park is the third largest
national park in South
Africa. This beaut...
Sandboarding at Maitland Sand
Dunes.
• Sand boarding is a
must, as these dunes
are easily accessible
and of course the bes...
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Museum
The Nelson Mandela
Metropolitan Art Museum’s
collection consist mainly of
South African...
To find out what is
happening in and around
Port Elizabeth visit:
http://www.sothebys-portelizabeth.co.za/
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Port elizabeth

Port Elizabeth is a city that has so much beauty that needs to be explored. There are so many things to see and do in this breath taking city.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. Port Elizabeth
  • 2. Some Facts: • Port Elizabeth Bay is known by 1. “The Windy City” 2. “Algoa Bay” 3. The 10-minute city • Is one of the largest cities in South Africa • The oldest bowling green in South Africa is in Port Elizabeth
  • 3. Some great things to do and see in Port Elizabeth
  • 4. Route 67 Route 67 is a public art collection consisting of 67 artworks symbolising the 67 years of work that Nelson Mandela dedicated to the freedom and upliftment of all South Africans. This experience is aimed at uniting previously divided communities.
  • 5. The Addo Elephant National Park Addo Elephant National Park is the third largest national park in South Africa. This beautiful park, is home to over 550 elephants. Did you know that although the elephant has five toes, not every toe has a nail.
  • 6. Sandboarding at Maitland Sand Dunes. • Sand boarding is a must, as these dunes are easily accessible and of course the best part of the dunes is sliding down.Although the walk up is quiet a draining walk up, it is well worth it.
  • 7. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Museum The Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum’s collection consist mainly of South African art, predominantly that of Eastern Cape artists. Housed in two separate buildings which frame the entrance to St George’s Park, the limited exhibition space promotes the constant rotation of artworks from their permanent collection as well as periodic exhibitions.
  • 8. To find out what is happening in and around Port Elizabeth visit: http://www.sothebys-portelizabeth.co.za/

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