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|Title||Aerial image of the Castle of Good Hope taken on the 24 April 2012|
|Keywords||Castle, Good Hope, slaves, sailors, soldiers, Cape Town, Dutch East Indian Company, VOC, maritime replenishment, colonial buildings, South Africa, 1666, 1679, military, Castle Military Museum, Iziko Museums of Cape Town, William Fehr Collection.|
|Pixel Size||5616 x 3744|
|Credit Line||Anthony Allen / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online|
|Description||Oblique aerial image of the Castle of Good Hope taken on the 24 April 2012. The Castle was built by soldiers, sailors and slaves and the walls were clad in local stone. Built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company as a maritime replenishment centre and is the oldest surviving colonial building in South Africa.|
|Pixel_size||5616 x 3744|
|Credit_line||Anthony Allen / Independent Contributors / Africa Media Online|