Nieu-Bethesda

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Nieu-Bethesda (Dutch and Afrikaans for New Bethesda) is a village in the Eastern Cape at the foot of the Sneeuberge, approximately from Graaff Reinet. Originally established as congregation of the Dutch Reformed Church on the farm Uitkyk in 1875, it became a municipality about 1886.

It is known for the Owl House, a museum dedicated to the eccentric artist, Helen Martins, and the nearby Kompasberg, the highest point in the Eastern Cape

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