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Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa, is located in the upper reaches of the Val River in northeastern South Africa. It is 1754 meters above sea level. In the Ngoni language, Johannesburg is called "Igobi" which means "gold", so Johannesburg is a famous "city of gold" and is the economic, political and cultural Republic of South Africa. The tourist center is a world-famous international metropolis.
Ellis Park is a rugby and football stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is also home to the Golden Lions, the Lions and the Orlando Pirates. In addition, the stadium for the 1995 World Cup rugby, the 2009 Intercontinental Cup and the 2010 World Cup football match venues.