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Notes on the Geography of South Africa: V&A Waterfront: Photo 2

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Duncan Dock, the closer one here, opened in 1945. Container ships use the outer or Ben Schoeman Dock, whose cranes can be seen on the far side of the water. (It's the country's second most important container port, after Durban, which is much closer to Johannesburg.) Along with the new docks, Cape Town got hundreds of acres of reclaimed land, much of it soon devoted to freeways. Whoosh!

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