Country : South Africa
The Battlefields of South Africa in the KwaZulu-Natal region is one of the historical attractions for travellers. With the maelstrom of violent action carried by the British, Boer and the Zulu worriers resulted in encounters and bloodshed in the 19th century. During the war, several were killed and the bodies of the martyrs were buried under the white stone pile that still exists there. The Battlefield majorly is the land that features the rocks on the open area with the mountain ranges aligned in the horizon. Touring around the historical region of Battlefield one can experience the cruelty of the past where the violent echoes are still audible. There are the number of sites one can explore during the journey as Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift that were caught up in the Anglo-Zulu War in 1879. These two sites are the best for those who are looking to explore the bygone era with the history of British rule. Learn about the arm forces that fought with the Zulu forces and the worriers who fought for the victory. The British arms were destroyed during the tribal war and the Battlefield became the site that still preserves the struggle of the tribes. The landscape houses attractions as the stone forts with the remains of the past that exhibits the detailed history of the incidence that occurred.
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