The Rissik Street Post Office was built in 1897 by President Paul Kruger’s architect Sytze Wierda. At the time, it was the tallest building in Johannesburg.
In 1978, the Post Office became a national monument. It operated until 1996 when the South African Post Office vacated the building.
The monument was gutted by a fire in 2009 and reconstruction began in 2016 – with an estimated cost of R147-million.
Place Category: Landmarks
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