The Dutch Reformed Church in Prince Albert was built circa 1865 and was declared a national monument on 15 July 1983 and takes the shape of a Greek cross.
The Dutch Reformed Church in Graaff Reinet. Constructed between April 1886 and consecrated in 1887, the church is loosely modeled on Salisbury Cathedral in England. It must have been irritating to the townspeople when the nearby town of Aberdeen finished a church with a taller steeple! They say this Dutch Reformed Church is the only known church in South Africa and possibly in the world to have a kitchen and a chimney.