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PPolokwane is the capital city of Limpopo, and has a vibrant mix of people and interesting culture. With great restaurants, art galleries, museums, jazz clubs and shopping centres, it is considered the heartbeat of Limpopo. It's also called the gateway city because it's a stepping stone to an assortment of natural attractions; from mountains to wilderness areas, Polokwane is magical and diverse.
As mentioned, Polokwane is the urban heartbeat of Limpopo. From great African jazz clubs to the biggest shopping centre in Limpopo, Polokwane has an entertaining mix of city adventures, and plenty of game reserves and natural attractions right on its doorstep.
PPolokwane has a lively and bustling downtown area, set around the pleasantly green and artistic civic centre. Here you can visit the Polokwane Art Museum, which has an excellent collection of South African art. Check out the early history of the city in the fascinating photographs on display at the Hugh Exton Photographic Museum, and take a rewarding stroll through Irish House, a bright green building with a comprehensive collection of exhibits from pre-history to Victorian and modern times. North of the city is the Bakone Malapa Museum, an open-air “living” museum that showcases traditional northern Sotho culture.