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With good quality and affordable accommodation close by Loftus Versveld Sports Stadium, Nkosana Guest House is in an accessible to Pretoria. It is surrounded by access routes and transport points.

Union Buildings - The Union Buildings form the official seat of the South African government and also house the offices of the President of South Africa. The grand Union buildings sit on Meintjies Kop and overlook the city of Pretoria.

The Union Buildings were built from light sandstone and were designed by the architect Sir Herbert Baker in the English monumental style. The Buildings are over 275 m long and boast a semi-circular shape, with the two wings at the sides. This serves to represent the union of a formerly divided people. The east and west wings represent two languages, namely English and Afrikaans. The Union Buildings are considered by many to be the architect's greatest achievement and a South African architectural masterpiece. The cornerstone was laid in November 1910. Requiring over 1,265 workers over 3 years to build, the structure was completed in 1913.

Especially notable are the terraced gardens surrounding the Union buildings which were planted exclusively with indigenous plants as well as the 9 000 seat amphitheatre. Within the grounds are various monuments and statues. The Union Buildings and its spectacular gardens are a "must see" when visiting Pretoria.

Nearby Shopping centres:
Hatfield Square Shopping Mall

Loftus Versfeld/Stadium

Loftus Versfeld Stadium is a sports stadium in the heart of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa. The stadium has a capacity of 51,762 and is an all seater venue. Loftus stadium was named after Mr Robert Owen Loftus Versfeld, the founder of organised sports in Pretoria, a man committed to the task of upbuilding sports in South Africa.

Loftus Versfeld underwent a multi-million rand facelift - including a roof over the east stand - to prepare it for the 2010 Soccer World Cup and it became the standard bearer for all stadiums for the tournament.

Found very close to the city centre and central to public transport, Loftus is the biggest soccer stadium in Pretoria.

Besides soccer/ football there are also world class Tennis Courts and Rugby fields that are an integral part of organised sport in South Africa.


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