Currently part of the Table Mountain National Park, this is a memorial dedicated to Cecil John Rhodes. Rhodes was a South African politician, who was an ardent believer of British colonialism. It is said that the memorial was built on his favourite spot at Table Mountains, which has a wonderful north-east facing view. The Memorial was constructed by Sir Herbert Baker, who ensured it's completion in the year 1912. The structure was to like the Greek temple of Segesta; however its architecture was more aligned with that of Pergamon. The Rhodes Memorial is located on the lower areas of the Devil’s peak.