This is the street with the Mandela House Museum and also the residence of Desmond Tutu. In the last few years, it has undergone a major facelift. There is a brand new restaurant called "Nexdoor", modern, lovely menu and delicious coffees. Walk out onto the sidewalk and be greeted by warm friendly people selling clothing and curious. This street also is the street that bore testament to the 1976 Student Uprising and just a few metres up the road on the corner of the Orlando West High School is the plaque showing where the little boy called Hector Pietersen was shot in the back by police during the riots. Safe Parking with car attendants and a must to visit is Nelson Mandela's house where you are taken on a guided tour.
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