Cape Town: Historic Buildings Colouring Pages

Cape Town: Historic Buildings Colouring Pages

R 9.99

The Caste of Good Hope and Cape Town’s classic City Hall are featured in this colouring set. Nibble on some factual tidbits as you transform the detailed line images into full colour postcards. (Included in your purchase is a FREE single-class licence to print for school and church educators.)

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Stories of the Castle of Good Hope

Buildings like Cape Town’s City Hall and the old Castle of Good Hope have stories to tell. These are old stories laced with whispered secrets. Some stories are horrific. A few may seem morbid. Many may inspire you. Others will make you think long and hard about life at the tip of Africa. It is important to listen to these stories, even if they are not stories we like or feel close to. They help us identify with the powerful heartbeat of a city like Cape Town.

In this set of colouring pages, detailed line illustrations of the historic Cape Town buildings are coupled with historical tidbits. The illustrations take the form of old postcards. Treat these pages as history or as an appetizer for an actual visit to these locations. Add colour to the black and white line images and the decorative information frames, and turn these pages into a colourful, virtual tour of Cape Town’s best known historic buildings.

What Do I Get When I Buy This Product?

When you purchase this digital product, you will receive:

  • a full-size, printable (A4), ready-to-colour, double postcard-pane design that showcases the Cape Town City Hall and the Castle of Good Hope.
  • a full-size, printable (A4), ready-to-colour informational page. The informational page is a great conversation starter, and can be used as a discussion trigger in classrooms or for family dinner conversations.
  • additional bibliographic and copyright information

File Size

This digital (PDF) product has a file size of approximately 2.7 MB. Please ensure that you are able to download a file of this size before purchasing this product, as all digital product sales are final and non-refundable. (This download includes a FREE single-class licence to print for school and church educators.)

Cape Town: Colour the Rainbow Nation
Cape Town: Colour the Rainbow Nation

Cape Town: Colour the Rainbow Nation

These colouring pages are an extract from the book “Cape Town: Colour the Rainbow Nation” by Pearl R. Lewis. This adult-friendly colouring book celebrates Cape Town in its own unique way. It’s a blend of illustrations that range from the tourist hot spots (like Table Mountain) to the little things that matter to the locals. It also contains factual tidbits and the odd urban legend – just to add a little extra colour to the grey matter. The book is a conversation starter, and makes an excellent gift for ex-patriots, tourists, and local South Africans alike. Take a imaginative tour around Cape Town as you put your coloured pencils to work with this book. (Download a free sampler version of this book here.)

You can purchase the complete paperback version of this book from the international bookstore, Lulu. Find other retailers and read more about this book in the BOOKS section of this website.

Colour the Rainbow Nation Series

Cape Town: Colour the Rainbow Nation” is the first in the COLOUR THE RAINBOW NATION series. COLOUR THE RAINBOW NATION is a celebration of all things South African. That includes the people, the places, and the experiences that help us remember the past while we continue to plant seeds of hope for the future. Nelson Mandela once described South Africans as being as intimately attached to the soil of South Africa as Pretoria’s famous jacaranda trees and the mimosa trees of the bushveld. COLOUR THE RAINBOW NATION creates an opportunity for you and your family to celebrate the spirit and heart of South Africa whether you are already rooted in this beautiful country or simply wish you were.

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