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Directions to Palm Tree Mosque (Goodwood) with public transport

The following transport lines have routes that pass near Palm Tree Mosque

Bus stations near Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood

Station Name Distance
Dorp 1 min walk
St Georges Cathedral 4 min walk
Swinden - Loop Str 4 min walk
Jewel Africa 5 min walk
81 Long Street 5 min walk

Train stations near Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood

Station Name Distance
Cape Town 13 min walk

Funicular stations near Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood

Station Name Distance
Cape Town 20 min walk

Bus lines to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood

Line Name Direction
101 101: Vredehoek - Gardens - Civic Centre
107 107: Civic Centre - Camps Bay (anti-clockwise)
110 110: Table Mountain
YELLOW DOWNTOWN TOUR 81 Long Street
ARTSCAPE (HERTZOG BLVD) - STRAND Strand
RED CITY TOUR 81 Long Street
BLUE MINI PENINSULA TOUR V&A Waterfront
Questions & Answers
  • What are the nearest stations to Palm Tree Mosque?

    The nearest stations to Palm Tree Mosque are:

    • Dorp is 9 meters away, 1 min walk.
    • St Georges Cathedral is 241 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Swinden - Loop Str is 242 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Jewel Africa is 322 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • 81 Long Street is 344 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • Cape Town is 953 meters away, 13 min walk.
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  • Which Bus lines stop near Palm Tree Mosque?

    These Bus lines stop near Palm Tree Mosque: 107, BAYVIEW - SOMERSET HOSP.

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  • Which Train lines stop near Palm Tree Mosque?

    These Train lines stop near Palm Tree Mosque: NORTHERN LINE BELLVILLE, SOUTHERN LINE.

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  • How far is the train station from Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The nearest train station to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood is a 13 min walk away.

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  • What’s the nearest train station to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The Cape Town station is the nearest one to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood.

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  • How far is the bus stop from Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The nearest bus stop to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood is a 1 min walk away.

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  • What’s the nearest bus stop to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The Dorp stop is the nearest one to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood.

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  • How far is the funicular station from Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The nearest funicular station to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood is a 20 min walk away.

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  • What’s the nearest funicular station to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The Cape Town station is the nearest one to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood.

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  • What time is the first Train to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The NORTHERN LINE STRAND is the first Train that goes to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood. It stops nearby at 03:22.

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  • What time is the last Train to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The WORCESTER LINE is the last Train that goes to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood. It stops nearby at 05:44.

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  • What time is the first Funicular to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The YNUY0EMKFEQGX6DAAI2PYG is the first Funicular that goes to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood. It stops nearby at 04:00.

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  • What time is the last Funicular to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The JIOVKF9QVUOUCADAAI2N7Q is the last Funicular that goes to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood. It stops nearby at 13:05.

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  • What time is the first Bus to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The 107 is the first Bus that goes to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood. It stops nearby at 04:36.

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  • What time is the last Bus to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood?

    The 107 is the last Bus that goes to Palm Tree Mosque in Goodwood. It stops nearby at 19:48.

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You can get to Palm Tree Mosque by Bus or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: 107, BAYVIEW - SOMERSET HOSP Train: NORTHERN LINE BELLVILLE, SOUTHERN LINE

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Palm Tree Mosque, Goodwood
Palm Tree Mosque, Goodwood Palm Tree Mosque, or the Church of Jan van Bougies is a former residence and current mosque in Long Street, Cape Town, South Africa. It is the oldest substantially unaltered building in Long Street. The building stands on land once owned by Hermanus Smuts, south-west of a block of land granted to him in 1751. The grant was bounded by Long, Leeuwen and Keerom Streets. After his wife died in 1754 portions of the property were sold off. At the time the property had stables on it. It was purchased by one J. M. Vogel and again, after Vogel's death in 1777, by Baron Willem Ferdinand van Reede van Oudtshoorn. In 1782 it was transferred to one of his sons. Successive owners were Daniel Hugo (1785), Daniel Krynauw (1786) and Carel Lodewijk Schot (1787).Schot went bankrupt, but is probably responsible for building the first residence in about 1788. The property was bought by J. P. Roux in 1790. Freed slaves Jan van Bougies and Frans van Bengalen bought the property in 1807 and Jan van Bougies became the sole owner in 1811. Jan and Frans, along with some followers, broke away from the Auwal Mosque, when the former failed to succeed as imam. When Jan van Bougies died in 1846, aged 112, he left the property to his wife Samida of the Cape, but specified that it continue to operate as a mosque, the second oldest in Cape Town.The second storey was presumable added after the house had been turned into a mosque some time between 1811 and 1821. There was once a garden in front of the house, in which two palm trees grew. Today there is only one. The low sash window and shortened door are not by design; Long Street was raised over the years.
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