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The Most Beautiful View of South Africa's Tswaing Crater

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About 220,000 years ago, a meteor slammed into a corner of South Africa creating the Tswaing Crater. Today, it's a hotbed of wildlife and exotic vegetation, drawing tourists from all over the world.


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Journey over the lands of South Africa where early ancestors left their footprints on the earth and where modern technology transforms the way we live. From mountains forged by violent geological upheaval billions of years ago to mines full of riches, and from landscapes formed by Shaka Zulu to the Ubuntu philosophy personified by Nelson Mandela, experience the beauty and spirit of this remarkable nation.

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