Northern Cape

Northern Cape
Northern Cape
province of W South Africa: 139,692 sq mi (361,801 sq km); pop. 737,000; cap. Kimberley

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  • Northern Cape — province of W South Africa: 139,692 sq mi (361,801 sq km); pop. 737,000; cap. Kimberley * * * ▪ province, South Africa  province, western South Africa. It is bordered to the north by Namibia and Botswana; to the east by North West, Free State,… …   Universalium

  • Northern Cape — Noord Kaap Nordkap Wappen Basisdaten Hauptstadt: Kimberley Fläche: Rang: i …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Northern Cape —   [ nɔːȓən keɪp], Provinz in der Republik Südafrika, Nord Kap …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Northern Cape — For other uses, see North Cape (disambiguation). Northern Cape Noord Kaap (Afrikaans) Kapa Bokone(Tswana) Mntla Koloni (Xhosa) …   Wikipedia

  • Northern Cape — Admin ASC 1 Code Orig. name Northern Cape Country and Admin Code ZA.08 ZA …   World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II

  • Northern Cape — /nɔðən ˈkeɪp/ (say nawdhuhn kayp) noun a province in the Republic of South Africa in the western part, formed in 1994 by the division of the former Cape province. 363 389 km2. Capital: Kimberley …   Australian English dictionary

  • Northern Cape — geographical name province W Republic of South Africa area 139,691 square miles (361,800 square kilometers), population 749,000 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Northern Cape wine — Northern Cape is a Geographical Unit of the Wine of Origin classification of South African wine. Corresponding to the province of Northern Cape it contains the district of Douglas and the wards of Hartswater, Lower Orange (Benede Oranje) and… …   Wikipedia

  • Northern Cape Passes — This is a list of publicly accessible, motorable passes in the Northern Cape province, South Africa. See Mountain Passes of South Africa Name Location Crosses Highest Point Road Amandelnek 32°37′33″S 20°21′04″E /  …   Wikipedia

  • Kimberley, Northern Cape — Kimberley City centre seen over the Big Hole …   Wikipedia