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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.


The Witwatersrand (locally the Rand or, less commonly, the Reef) is a 56-kilometre-long (35 mi), north-facing scarp in South Africa. It consists of a hard, erosion-resistant quartzite metamorphic rock, over which several north-flowing rivers form water...

Anglo-Boer War Memorial

The Anglo-Boer War Memorial was originally called the Rand Regiments Memorial and dedicated to the men of the Witwatersrand who joined as British soldiers in the Rand Regiments and who had lost their lives during the Second Boer War (1899–1902). The me...

Arop House

The Arop House is a building in Von Brandis & Kerk Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. Construction commenced in 1931 and completed in 1932 by Hermann Kallenbach, a close friend of Mahatma Gandhi, along with his partners Kennedy and Furner. The buildin...

Brixton Tower

The Sentech Tower, previously named the Albert Hertzog Tower and commonly known as the Brixton Tower, is a 237-metre-high (778 ft) concrete television tower in the Brixton suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa, near the top of the Brixton Ridge. It is a...

Consolidated Building

The Consolidated Building, or ‘Johnnies’ as it became affectionately known, is situated in the Marshalltown district of Johannesburg, on stands 149,150 and 152 at 84/86 Fox Street and 29/31 Harrison Street. In 1895, before the Consolidated Building was...

Constitutional Court of South Africa

The Constitutional Court of South Africa is a supreme constitutional court established by the Constitution of South Africa. It was originally the final appellate court for constitutional matters. Since the enactment of the Superior Courts Act in 2013, ...

Emmarentia Dam

Emmarentia Dam is a dam in Emmarentia, Johannesburg, South Africa. There are several dams that make up Emmarentia Dam, despite its allusion to the singular, with two small dams found upstream in the Johannesburg Botanical Gardens.

Friedenskirche (Hillbrow)

The Friedenskirche or Church of Peace is situated at 30, Edith Cavell Street, Johannesburg, South Africa. It was built in 1912 and houses the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation of Johannesburg which was established in 1888 as the Deutsch-Evangelische Ge...

Gandhi Square

Gandhi Square (formerly Van Der Bijl Square and Government Square) is a plaza located in the Central Business District of Johannesburg, South Africa. It is named after the political activist and pacifist, Mahatma Gandhi.

Grand Central Water Tower Midrand

The Grand Central Water Tower Midrand near Johannesburg in South Africa is an exceptional water tower, both considering its design as a concrete container in the shape of an inverted cone, and also considering the volume of the tower: 6500 m³. It was b...

Markham Building

The Markham Building is a building in Johannesburg, South Africa, which when completed in 1897 was the tallest building in the city. The six storey building had a clock tower housing a large clock imported from Scotland with four faces North, South, Ea...

Market Theatre (Johannesburg)

The Market Theatre, based in the eccentric suburb of Newtown in Johannesburg, South Africa, was opened in 1976, operating as an independently, anti racist theatre during the country’s apartheid. It is named after original a produce market which was loc...

Manners Mansions

Manners Mansions was designed by the architectural firm of Emley and Williamson for African City Property Trust and was built in 1937-1939. The building is situated on stand 5198, at the corner of Jeppe and Joubert Streets in Johannesburg. Manners M...

Madhya Kailash Temple

The Madhya Kailash Temple is a Hindu temple in Midrand, South Africa. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva who is the formless, timeless and spaceless Supreme God in Shaivism, one of the major branches of Hinduism. The resident priest of the temple is...

Kerk Street Mosque

The Kerk Street Mosque is also known as the Jumah Mosque (Jumah means Friday, the most important day for Muslim prayer). The Kerk Street Mosque, situated on stand 788, is one of the oldest mosques and places of worship in Johannesburg. The first ...

Johannesburg Zoo

The Johannesburg Zoo is a 55-hectare (140-acre) zoo in Johannesburg, South Africa. The zoo is dedicated to the accommodation, enrichment, husbandry, and medical care of wild animals, and houses about 2000 individuals of 320 species. Established in 1904...

Johannesburg City Hall

Johannesburg City Hall is an Edwardian building constructed in 1914 by the Hawkey and McKinley construction company. The plan for the building was drawn in 1910 and construction was started in 1913 and finished in 1914. The Gauteng Provincial Legislatu...

Joburg Theatre

Joburg Theatre Complex, previously known as the Johannesburg Civic Theatre, is a group of four theatres situated in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, South Africa. It was built in 1962, refurnished in the late 1980s and reopened in the early 1990s before it ...

Hillbrow Tower

The Hillbrow Tower (formerly JG Strijdom tower) is a tall tower located in the suburb of Hillbrow in Johannesburg, South Africa. At 269 m (883 ft), it has been the tallest structure and tower in Africa for 45 years, and it was also the tallest structur...

Greek Orthodox Church

The Greek Orthodox church in Joubert Park, Johannesburg, is a historical Greek Orthodox Church designed by architect Hermann Kallenbach, and built in 1912. The building is also known as the Cathedral of Saints Constantine and Helen. It is a SAHRA prote...









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