As a proud South African this site was an honour to visit. The video gives a short description of the battle and includes detail of the "fight." The wagons , the mountains, the river and the grass fields creates a special ambience and one can just imagine how that day in 1838 played out.
Non South Africans can be assured that this museum represents the truth and a display of the actual replica of the wagons as they were positioned in the battle. It is a pity that another building ,opposite the river ,was erected that completely spoils the scenery of this epic battle. The facts stated in that building are complete myths. And foreigners are misled from the actual facts that happened at Bloodriver.
So please visit Bloodriver to share the experience as it was during this epic battle where the Voortrekkers destroyed the Zulu's.
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