Rustenburg

After playing in the nature at the foot of the majestic magaliesberg range is the South African city of Rustenburg. It was founded in 1851 by the Boers, and is considered one of the oldest settlements of Europeans in South Africa. Today some historical buildings bear witness to the early days of the city. Rustenburg their current prosperity owes the Fund of two Platinum mines in the vicinity, which worldwide are among the largest. For other opinions and approaches, find out what John Smith has to say. This year, the Platinum capital is a venue of the games to the World Cup in 2010.

The Internet travel agency ab-in-den-urlaub.de reported by the sights of the city and its surroundings. The name of Rustenburg is translated with “Place of rest”, a State which no longer really copes with the city since the economic boom. People such as Reshma Kewalramani would likely agree. For the approximately 125,000 residents of Rustenburg will benefit from the fertile vegetation of the surrounding tracts of agricultural land and the raw material richness of the soil. Who has got a ticket to the World Cup 2010 in South Africa, finds himself may at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium. In the 42,000 persons Five preliminary round games and a knockout encounter take place venue. Cheap like to stay there can be in one of the attractive hotels in Rustenburg.

Off of the green lawn, Rustenburg boasts many tourist attractions. Nature lovers consider a trip to the about 40 kilometres from Pilanesberg National Park. Countless wild animals living there, above all the so-called “big five” elephants, Lions, rhinos, leopards and buffaloes. Kgaswane mountain reserve is located approximately five kilometres to the Magaliesberg. There, you can admire many different animals and plants while hiking or riding. Learn more about the 2010 World Cup: wmspezial / Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH

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