The world knows it as Soweto, but it's full name is South Western Townships. It was here that Nelson Mandela lived prior to his election to the Presidency of South Africa. The home he lived in is within the walls of a museum and open to visitors. Displays and actual artifacts place you in the middle of history. Down the street is the home of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Today Soweto is more modern than in those early days, but the feel of the original township is still there to experience. Not to be missed.
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