The wine cellar pediment at Groot Constantia, the finest surviving example of Cape Dutch architecture in South Africa.

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The wine cellar pediment at Groot Constantia, the finest surviving example of Cape Dutch architecture, and one of South Africa’s foremost historical monuments and tourist attractions. Groot Constantia dates back to 1685 and has been producing wine for more than three centuries. The vineyards are tucked in a steep valley on the eastern side of Table Mountain. The name Constantia is irrevocably linked to the most famous wines to be made in South Africa.
Location: Groot Constantia, Cape Peninsula, Western Cape, South Africa.