This imposing monument has panoramic views of Grahamstown.
It was originally built as a memorial for the settlers who arrived from England in the 1820's.
Now it is a working centre which promotes the wide diversity of arts and culture in South Africa.
During July of each year it becomes a hive of cultural activities when the National Arts Festival is held.
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