In 1860, one of Queen Victoria’s sons began building the harbor in Cape Town, and when it was complete it was named for him (Alfred) and his mother. It’s more known locally as simply the “V&A” Waterfront. From one side of the V&A Waterfront you get great views of Table Mountain.
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Photo courtesy of Paul Mannix via Flickr.