Property in King William's Town situated in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa
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King William's Town situated on the upper stretches of the Buffalo River is a historical town and has many attractions for property buyers in South africa. King William's Town has a number of national monuments , some very interesting museums and also offers yachting at Laing Dam and excellent trout fishing areas. From King William's Town the N2 leads to one of the South Afric'a most pleasant holiday cities, namely East London, with its sunny comfortable climate and warm sea temperature. An ideal city for a family holiday.
King William's Town originated as a mission station in 1826. After the destruction of the mission station along the banks of the Buffalo River in 1834, Governor Sir Benjamin D'Urban declared the establishment of a town named after King William IV of England upon reconstruction of the station. During the Xhosa wars the town was proclaimed capital of the province of British Kaffraria and during 1857, 2000 German legionnaires settled in the area bringing a strong German influence into the area.
King William's Town was declared a royal borough of British Kaffraria in 1861 and since then has become an important agricultural and commercial centre. The town forms part of a Transitional Local Council area Incorporating Bisho, Zwlitsha, Dimbaza, Phakamisa, Ilitha and Ndevana.
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