South Africa :: Free State
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Steynsrus, about 200 km south of Johannesburg, is a small cattle farming town in the Free State province of South Africa. It was founded in 1910 and named after the last president of the Orange Free State, Martinus Theunis Steyn (1857-1916). The town lies on the railway line between Kroonstad and Ladysmith. The Dutch Reformed Church in the town, was built of Free State sandstone and on its grounds, there is a small memorial commemorating the end of the great drought of 1933.
|Address :||Steynsrus Tourism Bureau, Free State, South Africa|
|Contact :||Steynsrus Tourism Bureau|
|Tel :||+27(0)56 471 0006|
From Johannesburg, take the N1 south to Kroonstad (about 200 km) Then take the R76 south-east to Steynsrus (50 km).
|Police Station :||Yes|
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