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Goede Hoop - Binnenlanden

Goede Hoop - Binnenlanden

The Dutch In South Africa 1652-1795 1802-1806.Castle of Good Hope (Kasteel de Goede Hoop), Cape Town, South Africa. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The Dutch In South Africa 1652-1795 1802-1806.Castle of Good Hope (Kasteel de Goede Hoop), Cape Town, South Africa. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

A romanticized depiction of the arrival of Jan van Riebeeck in Table Bay Cape Town South Africa. A Dutch East India Company expedition of 90 Calvinist settlers, under the command of Jan van Riebeeck, founded the first permanent settlement near the Cape of Good Hope in 1652. They arrived in the harbour of modern-day Cape Town on 6 April 1652 with five ships: Reijer, Goede Hoop, Dromedaris. with the Walvisch and Oliphant arriving later.

A romanticized depiction of the arrival of Jan van Riebeeck in Table Bay Cape Town South Africa. A Dutch East India Company expedition of 90 Calvinist settlers, under the command of Jan van Riebeeck, founded the first permanent settlement near the Cape of Good Hope in 1652. They arrived in the harbour of modern-day Cape Town on 6 April 1652 with five ships: Reijer, Goede Hoop, Dromedaris. with the Walvisch and Oliphant arriving later.

As in Ceylon the free-burghers in Kaapstad (Cape Town) were in most cases tavern-keepers or to a lesser extent craftsmen and shopkeepers.

As in Ceylon the free-burghers in Kaapstad (Cape Town) were in most cases tavern-keepers or to a lesser extent craftsmen and shopkeepers.

he Castle of Good Hope was first called the "Fort de Goede Hoop". It was built in Cape Town by Jan van Riebeeck, a Dutch merchant sent by the Dutch East-India Trading Company in 1652 to set up a stop-over where traders could stop to stock up on fresh vegetables and meat en route from Europe to Asia.

he Castle of Good Hope was first called the "Fort de Goede Hoop". It was built in Cape Town by Jan van Riebeeck, a Dutch merchant sent by the Dutch East-India Trading Company in 1652 to set up a stop-over where traders could stop to stock up on fresh vegetables and meat en route from Europe to Asia.

Kasteel die Goeie Hoop - Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa

Kasteel die Goeie Hoop - Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa

The landing of Jan van Riebeeck - In 1651 he was sent to establish a refreshment post at the Cape of Good Hope. On the 6th of April 1652 Van Riebeeck landed at the Cape with 3 ships (Reijer, Dromedaris, Goede Hoop), accompanied by 82 men and 8 women (including Maria de la Quellerie). The Walvisch and the Oliphant arrived late, having had 130 burials at sea.

The landing of Jan van Riebeeck - In 1651 he was sent to establish a refreshment post at the Cape of Good Hope. On the 6th of April 1652 Van Riebeeck landed at the Cape with 3 ships (Reijer, Dromedaris, Goede Hoop), accompanied by 82 men and 8 women (including Maria de la Quellerie). The Walvisch and the Oliphant arrived late, having had 130 burials at sea.

Jan van Riebeeck became the First Dutch Commander of the "Cape" (1652-1662). He was charged, among other duties, with building a Fort initially named "Fort de Goede Hoop" (Fort of Good Hope), from the Portuguese name of the Cape, "Cabo da Boa Esperanca", name that had been given by the Portuguese Navigator, Bartolomeu Dias, who had found the Southeastern Passage to the Indian Ocean back in 1488.

Jan van Riebeeck became the First Dutch Commander of the "Cape" (1652-1662). He was charged, among other duties, with building a Fort initially named "Fort de Goede Hoop" (Fort of Good Hope), from the Portuguese name of the Cape, "Cabo da Boa Esperanca", name that had been given by the Portuguese Navigator, Bartolomeu Dias, who had found the Southeastern Passage to the Indian Ocean back in 1488.

Goede Hoop - Een kolonie

Goede Hoop - Een kolonie

Die Kasteel is die oudste gebou in SA en is gebou deur die VOC tussen 1666 en 1679.

Die Kasteel is die oudste gebou in SA en is gebou deur die VOC tussen 1666 en 1679.

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