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The Old Drostdy Museum - Uitenhage

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GPS Coordinates Decimal Decimal Deg Min & Sec Deg & Decimal Min
Latitude -33.7695° S 33.7695° S 33° 46' 10.2" -33° 46.17'
Longitude 25.4045° E 25.4045° E 25° 24' 16.2" 25° 24.27'
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Cannon Hill
Uitenhage
Eastern Cape
South Africa
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