Cape Town – Welge Travel Report – Slave Lodge – lagniappe: M-Sa: 10-5, Corner Adderley and Wale Sts, 27 21 467 7215
In 1998 this museum was renamed the Slave Lodge. Under the umbrella theme, ‘From human wrongs to human rights, exhibitions on the lower level of this museum explore the long history of slavery in South Africa.
Through changing, temporary exhibitions it addresses issues around and raise awareness of human rights.
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