Domestically, I flew to South Africa and came to the presidential palace in the city, located in the administrative capital, on a hill overlooking the city in Pretoria. When I came here, the most impressive thing was to see the sculpture of the black leader Mandela. Knowledge point, South Africa has three capitals, the administrative capital of Pretoria, the legislative capital of Cape Town, and the judicial capital of Bloemfontein.
The Presidential Palace in Pretoria, South Africa is a very beautiful castle-like building, with the solemnity and elegance of a European-style castle. This is the highest administrative institution in South Africa. In front of it is a large beautiful garden and the famous Mandela statue in the garden. It is very suitable for taking pictures, it is really very beautiful.
As a classic attraction and check-in location, it is currently an important office place for the president. At the door is a two-world war monument. If the president has an office, there is a national flag raised at the door. The environment is still very beautiful, with roses on a large area of green plants in the park at the entrance, which is very European style. The location is relatively accurate.
The Presidential Palace cannot be visited inside, but as a local landmark, it is still a must to visit the external buildings and the surrounding attractions. The architecture of the Presidential Palace is very imaginary with European government buildings. After all, this place was colonized.