Mandela's most memorable on Robben Island

The world is in mourning after the death of the great leaders of South Africa, Nelson Mandela. He left the tempestuous passion for his people, carrying inspiration and build courage to remove apartheid, racism, poverty and inequality, and encouraging racial reconciliation.

We even located on the other side of the earth can learn from his teachings, the world fascinated with all that was said, kindness, peace, and courage to face the day ahead.

Although he has been gone, a lot of places that will be the object memories for anyone to see all of his life's journey. To the attention of the tourists when one day set foot on earth southern Africa.

Several traces can be found for example Mandela house, jail, several large sculptures, such as those found in shopping centers in Johannesburg and activities while becoming the leader in South Africa from 1994 to 1999.

There is an island that has always made an impression for anyone, the island when he was in jail and there the story that brings inspiration and admiration. How Mandela can forgive his jailers, one day after Mandela became President of South Africa.

He does not hold grudges, even in this prison island he treated like other prisoners. The island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment.

Robben Island or Robben Eiland are in Table Bay, where Mandela spent in one of the journey of struggle, imprisoned in this place while apartheid lasted in South Africa.

Mandela was imprisoned on Robben Island for 18 years of a whole sentence, ie 27 years, before being moved to another prison, Pollsmoor and at last in another prison before being released Mandela was in Victor Verster.

The island is located on the west coast of Bloubergstrand, Cape Town. The island is famous as a place of exile political prisoners.

Respect for all the world had gone through, this time Robben Island has been designated by UNESCO as a world heritage site and museum. Someday you are there.

(Source South Africa News, travelKompas, Wikipedia /Images Unesco, R Wolk - wikipedia)


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