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Cape Town wins gold medal

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  1. A bronze water lily stands proudly at the centre of a circular pond surrounded by buxus and pansies in the south-eastern corner of the City of Cape Town exhibit. Picture: Supplied
  2. A pond creates a focal point to a vista of proteas and restios and a view of Cape Towns historic mountains beyond. Picture: Supplied
  3. Protea Madiba was transported from the Western Cape to the Pietermaritzburg Show.Picture: Supplied
  4. A fantasy beach scene created by City of Cape Town chief photographer Bruce Sutherland. Picture: Supplied
  5. The gardens around the deck included masses of proteas planted up around a rill. Picture: Supplied
  6. A nine-person team was dedicated to build the exhibit, and included Parks Department members from Atlantis to Strand, Kraaifontein and Khayelitsha. Picture: Supplied
  7. The exhibit was dominated by a 3mx3m wooden deck which lay at the centre, accessed by two large 1.5m-wide walkways. Picture: Supplied
  8. A 22m backdrop banner featured vistas taken by City of Cape Town chief photographer Bruce Sutherland.
  9. The exhibit was dominated by a 3mx3m wooden deck which lay at the centre, accessed by two large 1.5m-wide walkways. Picture: Supplied
  10. At the entrance to the exhibit was a spectacular water wheel, which powered and drove a rendition of the Cape Town cable car. Picture: Supplied
 

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