1Nelson Mandela Bridge, Johannesburg, Gauteng
Jo’burg dwellers just love the futuristic Nelson Mandela Bridge in Braamfontein, the longest cable-stayed bridge in the country.
2Union Buildings, Pretoria, Gauteng
Built by Sir Herbert Baker in 1913, the crescent-shaped Union Buildings in Pretoria are an impressive example of imperial architecture in South Africa.
3Jumma Musjid Mosque, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
A Durban icon – this place of worship with its twin minarets was for many years the largest mosque in the Southern Hemisphere.
4Tumulus Building, Mogale City, Gauteng
The twin-sided, underground museum at Maropeng in the Cradle of Humankind, blends cutting-edge architecture and landscape, and symbolises mankind’s journey from prehistory to the space age and beyond.
5St George’s Anglican Cathedral, Cape Town
One of the Cape’s finest buildings, this impressive church is designed the French Gothic style.
6Constitutional Court, Johannesburg, Gauteng
Built on the site of the Old Fort Prison Complex, in Hillbrow Johannesburg, this building offers a dramatic take on our modern history.
7Voortrekker Monument, Pretoria, Gauteng
A Pretoria icon built in honour of the Voortrekkers who made their way to the highveld from the Cape during the Great Trek.
8Pietermaritzburg City Hall, KwaZulu-Natal
A beautiful example of Victorian architecture, this building is said to be the biggest red-brick building in the Southern Hemisphere.
9Red Location Museum, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
An award-winning architectural tour de force in the midst of New Brighton Township in Port Elizabeth the museum is dedicated to the apartheid struggle.
102010 FIFA World Cup™ Stadia
Our 2010 stadia are sporting architectural masterpieces and symbols of our national pride as the host nation of the first-ever African FIFA World Cup™