City located in the northern part of Gauteng province in South Africa and is one of the three main capitals of the country where it is the center of executive, legislative and judicial administration. Its name changed in 2005 to the name of Quan, but this name was not adopted by the Ministry of Culture and Arts, which is responsible for organizing the names of geographical regions in South Africa. Located in a lush, fertile valley surrounded by hills of Magalisberg, 1,370 meters (4,495 feet) above sea level.
Pretoria is one of South Africa’s tourist cities. It is just 70 kilometers north of Johannesburg. It is an upscale city with many embassies and important tourist attractions.
Pretoria is named after the city of Jacaranda, with many of its roads surrounded by open jacaranda trees between September and November.
National Zoological Gardens (The Zoo)
30-minute drive from Pretoria, which allows visitors to travel freely on dedicated routes. It is the only protected area in Gauteng, which includes Africa’s most dangerous animals, the Big Five, including the African elephant, black rhinoceros, buffalo, African lion, The reserve also contains brown hyena and giraffes.
The Union Buildings
Africa’s administrative capital, Pretoria, is a major exhibition of the historical turmoil that the region has suffered for a long time. The statue of Nelson Mandela has been erected since 2013, in front of the main entrance to the Union buildings. The Union buildings are the headquarters of the offices of the President of South Africa, designed by Herbert Becker in 1911.
The Wonder boom (Wonder tree)
Wonderboom Nature Reserve, A fig tree over 1000 years old.The city of Pretoria, also known as the city of “Jacaranda”.To the purple-painted trees that paints its roads.
Pretoria Art Gallery
Art Museum is a large art gallery located in Arcadia Pretoria. The Arcadia Park Museum occupies a large area surrounded by the streets of Park, Wesley, Schumann and Johan.