Over the last few years Port Elizabeth has had a couple of new landmarks go up that has very much become part of the city’s landscape. The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, the Boardwalk Hotel, the wind farm turbines and the great flag on the Donkin Reserve. The great flag forms part of Route 67 and flies on top of the second tallest flag pole in Africa. At 65 meters tall its only shorter than a pole in Angola. The flag itself measures 10 meters by 15 meters and is nearly the size of a tennis court. Along with the Route 67 art pieces the flag has become a landmark that not just Port Elizabethans, but all South Africans, can be proud of.
- Post author:fitravel
- Post published:January 3, 2014
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