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Koppies Dam



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Koppies Dam is a dam on the Renoster River, near Koppies, Free State, South Africa. It was established in 1911.

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Latitude -27.2560° S 27.2560° S 27° 15' 21.6" -27° 15.36'
Longitude 27.6721° E 27.6721° E 27° 40' 19.56" 27° 40.326'
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Ngwathe Rural
Free State
South Africa
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Koppies Dam has 2 comment/s

On 20 Sep 2011 Wilfred Sekhobe said:
I like the place to visit with my family for weekend or holidays so i would like to know how much is the booking for 4 adults and 1 minor child about 2years.

On 10 Jan 2012 Elaine Venter said:
Hi,

I like to know how much is the booking for 2 adults and 2 children.
Time phase for 24.02.12 - 26.02.12.
when do the gate open and close.

thank you.
Elaine
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