Tour Locations | Cape Town on Foot: From the Slave Lodge to Bo-Kaap
LOCATION 27 | Cape Town on Foot: From the Slave Lodge to Bo-Kaap
This is Mosque Shafee, on your left. It was built in 1847.
Stop on this corner and turn to face the way you've just walked. Look up towards Lion’s Head. Can you see a tall minaret peeking over the rooftops? That belongs to the Nurul Huda Mosque, which was built in 1958 and is the youngest of all the mosques in the Bo-Kaap.
Now turn back to face the street intersection. You need to turn left, and start walking up the hill. I'll meet you again in a few moments.