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Time Warp in a South African House

Ancient oak trees line the streets of Johannesburg’s Auckland Park. Below the behemoth of the grey building that is the headquarters of the South African Broadcasting Corporation is a home that’s stuck in a time warp.  To visit Lindfield House is to experience a day in the life of a well-to-do, Victorian South African family. It was the period of Queen Victoria's reign from 1837 until her death in 1901. South Africa was a British colony. The drawing room, where the original...

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