The Nelson Mandela National Museum, often called Mandela House, is where South Africa's most famous citizen lived from 1946 to 1962 and where he returned briefly in 1990 after his release from Robben Island. The modest tin-roofed dwelling with a bucket toilet out back is big enough for only 20 visitors at a time. In his autobiography, Mandela wrote: "...it was my first true home of my own and I was mightily proud. A man is not a man until he has a house of his own.'
Mandela House, Vilakazi Street, Orlando West, South Africa
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