Pretoria's South African presidential palace, also known as the Parliament Building, is the political center of South Africa. The whole presidential palace is a typical French-style building. Under the presidential palace is a beautiful garden. The Mandela statue is the most famous landmark. Almost all visitors will come here to take pictures with him. It is very memorable.
South Africa is the only country in the world with three capitals, namely - "Pretoria, the administrative capital, the seat of the central government of South Africa, with a population of 2.35 million, Cape Town, the legislative capital, the seat of the South African Parliament, the second largest city and an important port in the country, located in the southwestern end, the junction of important international shipping routes, with a population of 3.5 million, and the judicial capital of Burundi, the national judiciary. Located in Pretoria with a population of 750,000, the Presidential Palace of South Africa is a Greek-style granite building with an arc-shaped center and a bell tower on each side. The office rooms are on both sides of the bell tower (the Presidential Office is in the left building facing the Presidential Palace). The two bell towers represent the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and a memorial across the road from the Presidential Palace. The monument, established in 1938, commemorates South African soldiers who died in the two world wars. During the two world wars, there were no wars on South Africa's mainland, but as a Commonwealth country, South Africa sent troops to participate in the war. There are dozens of steps under the monument. There is a huge statue of Nelson Mandela, the first black president of South Africa. He stretched his arms and left legs forward and made a hug gesture. South Africa is the rainbow country. This is Mandela's ideal. South Africa was originally the home of black people. For historical reasons, there are many races, nationalities and colors of people gathered here. No. People of the same race and colour will live peacefully and equally under the same blue sky, like a rainbow, which is the country of rainbows. Mandela fought for him all his life. He was the greatest black leader. There are 60,000 street trees imported from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in Pretoria. The trees are big. They have blue-purple flowers in spring and long leaves behind them. The blooming period is about a week (South Africa's spring is Beijing's autumn, and the blue flowers blossom in early October every year). In a street not far from the presidential palace, there are blue flowers blooming on both sides of the street. It's suffocating. It's just blooming. It's only a week old.
The area around the presidential palace is relatively safe. The gardens here are designed by British horticulturists. They are very beautiful. Down the stairs is Mandela Square, and there are many tourists taking pictures of Mandela statues. The city of Pretoria can be viewed from the commanding heights. In a word, the whole scenic spot is quite good, because you can stroll around a little freely without worrying about public security.
The presidential palace of South Africa is located on a hill in Pretoria, the administrative capital. It is a typical European-style building. In front of it is a huge garden, including a monument, a statue of Mandela and a sculpture of South Africa's first Prime Minister James. Apart from tourists from all over the world, there are a few idle South Africans lying on the grass in Union Square. I don't want to judge whether this is freedom or laziness.
The presidential palace of South Africa is located in the urban area of South Africa. When 1106 arrived, the presidential palace was closed and could not be visited. The presidential palace is built on a hill with symmetrical buildings. It looks golden from a distance and has great momentum under the blue sky. Below the building is the garden lawn, with a huge bronze statue of Mandela. Street vendors peddle souvenirs, some can bargain in Chinese or even flatter that we are handsome men and beautiful women, colleagues are Hujintao's brother, haha, black people are also kind and funny, it doesn't matter if you don't buy them. We had a walk around and it felt very good. Photographs taken by mobile phone for reference.
The Union Building of Pretoria, also known as the Presidential Palace, was built during the pre-apartheid white administration. Although black South Africans are now in power, almost all European-style buildings in South Africa are built by white people. The majority of white people in South Africa are from Europe, including Britain, Portugal, the Netherlands, France and so on. White people account for 10% of the population of South Africa, but South Africa has 10% of the population. The prosperity of South Africa was created by 10% of the population, especially in that year, South Africa was called Africa's Little Paris.
It belongs to the style of ancient Greek architecture, but in fact it is a joint office building of the British and Dutch. Located on a hill in Pretoria, it is a magnificent European-style building with a circular arc and a beige-yellow granite structure. The roof is covered with red tiles and looks magnificent from afar. Mandela's tall bronze statue stands on the square in front of the presidential palace in Pretoria and goes to South Africa. No one can get around it, Nelson Mandela.
Pretoria is one of the three capitals of South Africa. Its presidential palace is situated on the top of a hill. It is magnificent. The giant statue of Mandela before the presidential palace is vivid, as if it is overlooking the whole land of South Africa. The garden in front of the presidential palace is very layered and beautiful. Every autumn, the blue and purple flowers here are world-famous. The roads around the presidential palace are covered with blue and purple flowers all over the sky, which is very romantic.