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Kenhardt’s quiver trees (kokerbome) are the living – and dying – witnesses to climate change
Where the hell is Gordonia? And where did the river pirates bury their treasure?
The most remarkable feature of Kenhardt on the Karoo – Bushmanland border is the magnificent
Marydale is most famous for its location, being near the almost-mythical old railway station village
Putsonderwater - the derelict ghost-village where travel journalists and photographers go rail-surfing.
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