The broad low summit of Table Mountain hovers over Cape Town like a mother hen protecting her brood, and shields the city from the gusty winds which rise from the South Atlantic. For the Khoikhoi people who lived for centuries on the shores of the bay before Europeans arrived, the sacred mountain was revered as Hoerikwaggo, 'the mountain of the sea.'

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