- Free State
Edenville is a small farming town situated in the northern Free State province of South Africa. Most of the residential roads are still dirt roads.
The town was proclaimed on 29 October 1912 and is surrounded by a farming community, situated between Heilbron and Kroonstad on the R34 in the Riemland district.
Edenville is well known for the Sernick Bonsmara cattle breeding farm as well as the farming of extensive amounts of maize and sunflowers, amongst others. The local garage has a collection of old vintage cars and the NG church in Kerk Street is a popular sandstone landmark.
The Renoster River flows close by and is one of the biggest riviers in the district.
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