Pilgrim´s rest, South Africa 2

Pilgrim´s rest town. South Africa, 2003 Pilgrim’s Rest (Afrikaans: Pelgrimsrus) is a small town in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa which is protected as a provincial heritage site. It was the second of the Transvaal gold fields, attracting a rush of prospectors in 1873, soon after the MacMac diggings started some 5 km away. Alluvial panning eventually gave way to deeper ore mining. In the 1970s the town, not greatly changed, became a tourist destination. Another video Pilgrim´s rest, part 1 https://youtu.be/PesyUtl4d3Y