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Johannesburg. The farm where gold was first discovered in 1886. The
Central Business District of Johannesburg around 1931. Geographical
distribution of home languages in Johannesburg. The skyline of
Johannesburg’s Central Business District as seen from the observatory
of the Carlton Centre. Johannesburg as seen from the International
Space Station. Ellis Park Stadium, the host of the 1995 Rugby World
Cup. The M2 in the afternoon as it passes through the Central Business
District. Beyers Naudé Drive, one of Johannesburg’s main arterial
avenues, in Fourways. A full minibus taxi. A board on the M1 indicating
the exit for Johannesburg. The M1 is one of the busiest highways in
Johannesburg. A rainy drive on the N1.


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