Johannesburg is in the South African province of Gauteng. Some tourist attractions in Johannesburg include Constitution Hill, where visitors can learn what it was like to be imprisoned under the apartheid system and Soweto, the massive black township with a population of 900 000. The most poplar tourist attraction in Johannesburg is the Apartheid museum, where visitors can experience visual displays and see pictures of what is was like during the apartheid years. South African Airways operate direct flights from New York to Johannesburg (JNB). http://www.joburg.org.za/
The capital of South Africa's smallest province,
Gauteng, Johannesburg is the economic powerhouse of Africa with its
ever-growing suburban sprawl creeping outwards from the central
city skyscrapers and ring-road motorways.
Gold Reef City Johannesburg
This entertainment complex is essentially a
theme park full of thrill rides, but was designed to be a
re-creation of Victorian Johannesburg during the gold-rush era.
Newtown Cultural Precinct Johannesburg
This complex of buildings in the city centre
has been upgraded and restored as part of the city fathers' urban
renewal policy and provides several attractions.
Johannesburg Zoo Johannesburg
The Johannesburg Zoo is a favourite place for
locals to take a stroll among the numerous enclosures that house
more than 3,000 species of animal, including polar bears that can
be viewed underwater in their pool.
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