Kaaimans Rivier Pass

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Kaaimans River Pass, is a mountain pass situated in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It is located above the Kaaimans River on the road between George and Wilderness. The road of this pass, named the Seven Passes Road, was built by Thomas Charles John Bain and his brother-in-law, Adam de Smidt, in 1867, and was used for over one century.[1]

Kaaimans River Pass
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View of the Kaaimans River from the Mountain pass, by Christian Ignatius Latrobe, 1816.
LocationGarden Route, Western Cape, South Africa
Coordinates33°34′54″S 22°19′29″E / 33.58161°S 22.32464°E / -33.58161; 22.32464Coordinates: 33°34′54″S 22°19′29″E / 33.58161°S 22.32464°E / -33.58161; 22.32464
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Kaaimans River Pass is located in South Africa
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Location of the Kaaimans River Pass

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