Grand Parade (Cape Town)
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The square is generally used as a market place and parking area but has also been the venue of major political rallies. It was the first place where Nelson Mandela addressed South Africans following his release from prison in 1990 and also following his election as president on 9 May 1994.
The Grand Parade underwent extensive upgrades prior to being the venue for the 2010 World Cup FIFA Fan Fest in Cape Town.
Cape Town City Hall, with Table Mountain in the background
The Statue of Edward VII
Holi festival at the Grand Parade