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Queenstown Girls' High School



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Queenstown Girls' High School

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Latitude -31.8887° S 31.8887° S 31° 53' 19.32" -31° 53.322'
Longitude 26.8790° E 26.8790° E 26° 52' 44.4" 26° 52.74'
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18 Frost Street
Balmoral
Queenstown
Queenstown
Eastern Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
045 839 4160
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 45 839 4160

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