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Afrikaans: Die Uniegebou wat deur sir Herbert Baker ontwerp is, en die ruiterbeeld van Louis Botha deur Coert Steynberg. Die Uniegebou is in 1913 voltooi, en die ruiterbeeld wat aanvanklik vir die stadsaaltuine bestem was, is in Augustus 1946 onthul deur Botha se dogter, Mev. Helena de Waal.
English: Union Buildings, designed by sir Herbert Baker, and the equestrian statue of Louis Botha by Coert Steynberg. The Union Buildings were completed in 1913 and the statue was unveiled in 1946.
Date C. 2005
Source Own work
Originally uploaded to fr.wikipedia by Georgio under GFDL, October 2005
Author Georgio


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