The Eye of Kuruman, Kuruman

1.5
#10 of 12 in Nature in Northern Cape
Waterfall · Nature / Park
The Eye of Kuruman is a spring in the town of Kuruman in the province of Northern Cape, South Africa. One source states it is the largest known natural spring in the southern hemisphere., although the Te Waikoropupū Springs in Golden Bay, New Zealand has been reliably measured at an average flow some 60 times greater .
The spring forms a small lake in the middle of the town, directly on the N14 road and is located in a fenced park. It has a daily flow of about 20,000 m³ of crystal-clear, potable water. Water from the spring supplies the town of Kuruman.
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  • Trash place. I would never return if it wasn’t for my work. Got robbed almost immediately after getting out my car.  more »
  • What a lovely gem, which are left to deteriorate so much, that soon, nothing will be left to be seen. The water are crystal clear with hundreds of fish in the pool. Garden is terribly neglected.  more »
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  • Nothing much to see. Needs maintenance
  • Look like the place lacks maintenance
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