4. The 1820 Settlers National Monument
Located in Eastern Cape Town, overlooking Grahamstown, the 1820 Settlers National Monument was established in 1974 to honor the contribution of South Africa’s first English speakers (British settlers) to the country’s cultural melting pot. The site is occasionally used as a location for important conferences. It also serves to promote the use of English as a contact language and as a center of creativity and innovation.