Being of French huguenot descent via the UK, it was interesting to visit the monument to the huguenots who fled persecution to settle in South Africa. Some elements of the interpretation of the symbols on this fine piece of architectural sculpture were dubious however. The cloister area behind the memorial is a wonderful place to sit and contemplate the hardships these settlers faced in settling the Franschhoek valley.
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