The Free State's provincial capital and judicial capital, Bloemfontein is rich in history with fine examples of late 19th and early 20th century buildings as well as museums and monuments. The city has an urban game reserve, an excellent art museum and a peaceful pace.
Nestled against the Maluti Mountains, the Eastern Free State is a contrast to the rest of the province with its endless maize fields under blue skies.
Situated at the heart of South Africa, you'll find the Free State's endless goldfields sprinkled with windmills and farmlands under the wide blue skies. This province neighbours the beautiful kingdom of Lesotho and is flanked by the Vaal river in the north and the Orange in the south.
Golden Gate, named after its golden sandstone cliffs, offers beautiful scenery in the eastern Free State.
At the heart of the Free State's goldfields and agricultural belt lies the region of Lejweleputswa.
The Basotho name of the region means 'foundation' or 'cornerstone' and refers to its location at the centre of the Free State province.
The Northern Free State is one of the country's main maize producing areas and offers visitors heritage sites, battle routes, water sports and wildlife.
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