If you are a traveller who enjoys the history of your destinations, then these five old Kenyan ruins should make it to your bucket list.
Jumba la Mtwana is what remains of a 14th-century Swahili settlement that, at its height, enjoyed a vibrant culture, art and commerce and then it was gone.
It was at the Shimoni Slave Caves that the scandalous trade in natives sourced from the Kenyan Coast and Ukambani was transacted.
At Thimlich Ohinga, peculiar 16th-century dry stone enclosures built without mortar have defied engineering by standing the test of time.
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