Where Is Klapmuts In Cape Town South Africa

What is a Klapmut?

“Klapmuts” is Dutch and means a cap or a hat of a particular shape. The klapmuts were the standard 17th-century headgear of the Dutch poor. The less expensive was made out of wool while the more expensive was fashioned of beaver felt.

Where Is Klapmuts In Cape Town South Africa?

Klapmuts is the name of both a hill and a town which formed at its foot. They are located in Cape Winelands District Municipality in the Western Cape province of South Africa.

What municipality does Klapmuts fall under?

Klapmuts is in the jurisdiction of the Stellenbosch Municipality. Klapmuts has a population of approximately 7703 citizens with the majority of them speaking Afrikaans.

Is Stellenbosch a student town?

Stellenbosch might be a small town, but it’s packed with student accommodation to suit every need.

You just have to find the right one for you. Known locally as Stellies, this special town is designed for students in every way — starting with its student accommodation.