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Statue of Thomas François Burgers in the grounds of the park.
|Area||4 acres (1.6 ha)|
|Owned by||City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality|
Burgers Park is a park located in the center of Pretoria, South Africa. Founded in the 1870s as a botanical garden, it covers four acres and has been declared a South African National Monument. It is named for Thomas François Burgers, fourth president of the South African Republic. A statue of President Burgers stands in the park. There is also a statue to the South African Scottish Regiment of the Second World War.
- (in English) Parks in Tshwane
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