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Roodepoort is a city in the Greater Johannesburg area, Gauteng, South Africa. Johannesburg's most famous botanical garden, Witwatersrand National Botanical Gardens (now renamed Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden), is located in Roodepoort.

Population: 225,000

Latitude: -26° 09' 45.00" S
Longitude: 27° 52' 21.00" E

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