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Naude's nek is the highest mountain pass in the country and possibly the continent, that is negotiable by ordinary vehicles. The double-storeyed building is predominantly in the Georgian style and has large adjacent outbuildings dating from the same period. Build of sandstone, plastered for protection 20 years Glen Thorn was granted in 1824 to John Pringle, a brother of Thomas Pringle the author and leader of the Scottish Party. Type of site: Blockhouse In Piet Retief Street, between President Swart Road and Chase Street, the old parsonage of the Reformed congregation of Burgersdorp is situated. In this outbuilding the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Church in In this building the Theological Seminary of the Gereformeerde Kerk in Suid-Afrika was established in 1869. A minor road turns sharply off to the right from the main road that leads from Alexandria to Bushman’s River Mouth; it passes Boknes and comes to an end near the coast. The Barkly East Dutch Reformed Church is a very fine example of a religious building executed in sandstone.
Sani Pass, whose highest point is in Lesotho, is negotiable only by specialise off road vehicles. It was John Pringle who built this stone church in 1840. In 1905 this institution was moved to Potchefstroom where it eventually gave rise to the Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education. About a kilometre further east from the end of the road, beyond the sand dunes, lies K Bartholomew Diaz, the famous Portuguese navigator and discoverer of the Cape, erected a cross or padrao on 12 March 1488 at Kwaaihoek. The property is located 488 km from Port Elizabeth and located on the fringe of the CBD of Aliwal North, abutting the main road en route to Jameston-Queenstown, East London. Besides the fine detailing of the exterior, this church, completed in 1907, has an interior which is still an accurate example of its period. Built in a U shape, the school has a roof of corrugated iron which extends over the building at the rear elevation to form a veranda which is supported by seven square stone pillars.
A third storey of brick was somewhat smaller and was probably added later.
The roof was of slate from North Wales, brought out to Port Elizabeth as ships’ ballast.
This wool mill was built in 1821 by Samuel Bradshaw, an 1820 Settler.