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Tourist Attractions in Nairobi

Nairobi is Kenya's capital and home to fascinating monuments, places and the stimulating mix of cultures. A cosmopolitan collection of shops, a rich blend of cultural activities, long chain of restaurants and friendly people makes it an ideal holiday destination. Nairobi has so much to give that you will actually have to extend your stay over here. Here you have an endless list of things to do to distract yourself and escape from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Take the complete advantage of the city's location and closeness to the national wildlife reserve and enjoy the thrill.

Best Places to Visit :
  •  The National Museum

This museum gives the best introduction to the country as it has some of the rarest collections of birds and wildlife species. The diversity in the animal life preserved here is quite impressive.

  • The National Archives

This little museum cum art gallery has a range of paintings and tribal photographs of ancient Africa.

  • The Railway Museum

It is a privately owned museum that has a treasure trove of photographs and memorabilia of the construction of the Lunatic Express, the Mombasa to Kampala railway line.

  • Jamia Mosque

It is a large and striking mosque very popular amongst the tourists. The typical grand central dome is one of main attractions. The ornate green and white exterior contrasts strongly with the simple interiors.

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    Total 3,138,295 Density 4,509/km2 (11,678.3/sq mi)

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