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Interfaith City Walk

Curated by
Gwynne Robbins and Mohammad Groenewald

Gwynne Robins and Mohammad Groenewald take you on a journey to the Religious Heart of the City.

Mohammad Groenewald is a long-time member of the Cape Town Interfaith Initiative and has attended two international Parliaments of the World Religions. He has served on the Bo-Kaap Civic Association and is involved in the preservation of Muslim heritage sites.

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Interfaith City Walk

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    • Iziko_South_African_Museum resized

    Iziko South African Museum

    • inter_StJohnsStSynagogue1a

    South African Jewish Museum (St John’s Street Synagogue)

    • inter_Belvedere_House1 resized

    Belvedere House

    • inter_st_marys-cathedral1

    St Mary’s Roman Catholic Cathedral of our Lady of the Flight into Egypt

    • inter_Groote_Kerk1

    Dutch Reformed Church – Groote Kerk

    • St George's Cathedral, Wale Street, Cape Town

    St George the Martyr’s Anglican Cathedral

    • inter_Palm_Tree_Mosque resized

    Palm Tree Mosque (Jan Buykies Mosque)

    • inter_nurul_islam_mosque1

    Nurul Islam Mosque

    • inter_auwal_mosque0

    Auwal Mosque 1794

    • Inter_St_Stephen's_Church1 resized

    St Stephen’s Church

    • Inter_slave-church-museum1

    South African Slave Church Museum

    • Inter_Lutheran_Church1

    Lutheran Church

    • Inter_St-Andrews1-1024x768

    St Andrews Presbyterian Church

    • inter_GreatSynagogue1

    Great Synagogue


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