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*'''JP Tile No.:''' 1
*'''JP Tile No.:''' 1
*'''Building Age: ''' 1808
*'''Building Age: ''' 1908
*'''Current Usage:''' Museum & Guest House
*'''Current Usage:''' Museum & Guest House
*'''Heritage Status:''' CoJ Heritage site
*'''Heritage Status:''' CoJ Heritage site

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Satyagraha House
Fondly known as: "The Kraal"
Joburgpedia plaque next to CoJ Blue plaque

Satyagraha House, commonly known as Gandhi House, is a museum and guest house located in Johannesburg. The house belonged to Mahatma Gandhi: he lived and worked there between 1908 and 1909. It is registered as part of Johannesburg's historical heritage. Satyagraha means insistence on truth. The house was designed by the architect Hermann Kallenbach for Gandhi and himself.

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  • JP Tile No.: 1
  • Building Age: 1908
  • Current Usage: Museum & Guest House
  • Heritage Status: CoJ Heritage site

This tile has received the most number of scans since installation, compared to other plaques.

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