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Church Street Wellington

Posted by Sunè Samuels on 02 March 2018 2:55 PM CAT
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Wellington Church Street
Beautiful Wellington, this is Churchstreet in 1903, The Andrew Murray statue was erected in front of the church a few years later, this part of the town did not change too much and we are very thankful for that! Visit www.wellington.co.za for more information on this quaint town! #heartwellington #visitsawinelands #visitwellingtonsa

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