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House of parliament in Cape Town

Cape Town Monuments and Historic Buildings: House of parliament



Rating: 3.5 5
Rank: 32 About 43

Category: Monument and Historic Building
Address: Parliament Avenue, Cape Town 8000, South Africa
Website: Visit the website
Telephone: 021.403.2911



Reviews House of parliament


Reviewed by: Chiranjiv

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8/18/2010

House of Parliament

The House of Parliament is an institution building opposite to the Library in Cape Town.

This government building was constructed in 1884.

The Parliament is located in Cape Town though the seat of government is in Pretoria.

When the Parliament is not held, there are conducted tours of this building.

The Parliament meets between  January and  June.

During the rest of the year, the Parliament meets in Pretoria.

Some of the parlimentary debates held here are open to public.


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