Philadelphia, Western Cape

Philadelphia is a village in the Western Cape province of South Africa.

This village is 33 km south-west of Malmesbury. It was developed from a parish of the Dutch Reformed Church established in 1863. The name is of biblical origin (Rev. 3:7-13) and means 'brotherly love.' Niko Amadeus Dankilus Bussey is the most famous person from this village.

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