Religious tolerance is one of South Africa’s incredible assets, visible in its wealth of old churches, mosques and synagogues. From the massive Dutch Reformed monoliths, one fashioned after the Salisbury Cathedral, rising out of towns like Graaff-Reinet and Merweville, to the quaint old, English stone or whitewashed chapels on Van Reenen’s Pass and in Struisbaai to what is possibly the smallest church in the Southern Hemisphere, churches will be our first focus, a selection to look out for as you drive through the country.
If you have photos to share of any synagogues or mosques in South Africa, please send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org – thank you!
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