In 1867, an area of Cape Town was designated "District Six," where former slaves, merchants, "foreign" artisans and migrants were marginalized into a special part of town. As it happened, the area became one of the most vibrant, exciting areas of the city. The museum, established in 1994, is a multi-media institution that includes photo galleries and sculptures that describe this marginalized part of South African society. It describes the impacts of apartheid upon the society of this diverse culture.
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