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Bloemfontein literally means a fountain of flowers; because the area was already inhabited by the Basotho society it has a Sotho name 'Mangaung' meaning a place of cheetahs. The local rugby team is now known as the cheetahs. With colonial policy shifts the region changed into the Orange River Sovereignty (1848-1854) and eventually the Orange Free State Republic (1854-1902).
Population 369,516 Places to visit
Time Zone SAST (UTC+2) Free State Stadium
Oliewenhuis Art Museum
Afrikaans Baptist Church
Average High Temperature 23.9°C
Average Low Temperature 8.1°C
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A railway line was built in 1890 connecting Bloemfontein to Cape Town. The writer J. R. R. Tolkien was born in the city on January 3, 1892, though his family left South Africa while he was still a child following the death of his father, Arthur Tolkien (1896). He recorded that his earliest memories were of "a hot country".
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