New7Wonders yellow frames get a makeover

New7Wonders yellow frames get a makeover


The Signal Hill New7Wonders of Nature yellow frame will be the first to be removed for a makeover. Image supplied

Starting today, our New7Wonders of Nature yellow frames will vanish, one by one, from their iconic locations at Signal Hill, the V&A Waterfront, Eden on the Bay in Blouberg, the Cape Town Station, Harrington Square and Lookout Hill in Khayelitsha. But don't be alarmed, our quirky frames are simply getting a makeover and will be restored soon!

The first frame, on Signal Hill, will be removed today – Tuesday, 5 April 2016 – and returned on Tuesday, 12 April 2016 with a fresh coat of paint.

Table Mountain was inaugurated as one of the world's New7Wonders of Nature in 2012 and as part of the N7W legacy project, a series of frames were installed around Cape Town to provide visitors with the perfect vantage point for taking a picture of themselves, friends and family with Table Mountain as a spectacular backdrop. We still regularly receive quirky photos taken at the frames, which can be submitted here.

Don’t miss the opportunity to get your must-have N7W yellow frame photos. Here is the schedule for the removal and installation of the frames:

  • Signal Hill: removal on 5 April, installation on 12 April
  • V&A Waterfront: removal on 12 April, installation on 19 April
  • Eden on the Bay: removal on 19 April, installation on 26 April
  • Cape Town Station: removal on 26 April, installation on 3 May
  • Harrington Square: removal on 3 May, installation on 10 May
  • Lookout Hill, Khayelitsha: removal on 10 May, installation on 17 May

Keen to have your frame photo featured on our platforms? Submit them to our site, or tag us at @TableMountainCa on Instagram and Twitter.

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