Macrorie House in Pietermaritzburg is a mid-Victorian era, double-storey house that has become a South African Heritage Site and National Monument. Built in 1862, this beautiful old home was the residence of William Macrorie, who was the bishop of Pietermaritzburg in the 19th century. Now a museum showcasing perfectly-preserved memorabilia, the personal belongings of the bishop merge with apostolic artefacts. The house thus captures the lifestyles of the early British settlers, and of this man of the cloth in particular...
(GPS coordinates: -29.611724, 30.371967)
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