The Freedom Park stands in Pretoria, South Africa as an ambitious national heritage site which reminds the South Africans and the world of the struggles which South Africa had faced in order to arrive at the present state. It signifies that South Africa has moved on from its dark past but has not forgotten it. The park opened for public in December, 2007 and has been a regular tourist spot for the ones with a historical bent of mind. The Freedom Park includes a symbolic resting place for the martyrs of the struggle against apartheid, a symbolic burial ground, a body of water, and Umlahlankosi trees.
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