The remnants of a once prosperous Swahili town in Gedi, Kenya, Africa are known as the Gedi Ruins. The museum complex of the area provide a clear view of the community with exhibits like coins, Venetian beads, Indian iron lamp, Spanish scissors and many other things. These materials were found during excavations. They are a proof of the community’s connection with the outside world. All this make Gedi Ruins historically a significant place, hence a major tourist attraction of Kenya. Gedi Ruins was declared a National Monument of Kenya long back in 1927.
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