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A2 Aesthetic and Anti-Ageing Magazine|Summer 2019 - Issue 32
Out in the country

Dullstroom is traditional farming land, first cultivated by Dutch settlers in the 1880s. They formed a community that was proclaimed a town in 1892 by Paul kruger, when Dullstroom boasted all of 48 residents, eight houses, three stables, 10 cattle kraals and a trading store. Its famous fishing industry dates back to the early 1900s, when a troutlike fingerling fish was caught in a river; some hatchlings were released into local streams, and later, the municipal dams were also stocked with 17 000 fingerlings – and fishermen have been in raptures about Dullstroom ever since.

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