Lake Yahud Will Leave You Speechless

Lake Yahud in Wajir poses more questions than it answers. Named after a Jew, the mysterious man-made lake was formed in the 1970s.

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Google Honours Nariokotome Boy with a Doodle

Today, August 01 2021, Google changed its Search Engine Logo with a doodle in honour of the Nariokotome Boy discovered in Kenya in 1984.

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Still Vintage at the All Saints Church Limuru

The All Saints Church in Kamonde began in 1912. It is among the oldest churches in Kenya where a vintage Victorian past lies preserved.

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5 Underrated Historical Sites in Kenya Worth Visiting

There are historical sites in Kenya that do not get as much shine as they deserve, despite their significance. Here are 5 you need to visit.

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7 Things to Do at The Karen Blixen Museum

The Karen Blixen Museum on Karen Road is the restored house of Danish author, Isak Dinesen. Here are seven things you can do when you visit.

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Walk Among Old Trains at Nairobi Railways Museum

Walking around the Nairobi Railways Museum is like turning the pages of a good Kenyan history book. Each item in the museum has a fascinating story to tell.

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105 Reasons Why Ivory Only Belongs to Elephants

I always felt elephants would need an elephantine approach to save them from extinction. Might burning 105 tons of ivory in Kenya be it?

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Is Koitalel arap Samoei Still Missing His Head?

Every community has its hero, but few heroes have a mausoleum built in their honour. Koitalel arap Samoei is one of them.

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Fate of Flat-faced Man of Kenya Still Unknown

The discovery of the flat-faced man in Lake Turkana triggered one of the most long-standing anthropological debates of our time which is still ongoing.

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The Curious History of the Museum in Kenya

The history of the museum in Kenya is traced to 10 individuals comprising scientists and amateur naturalists who in March 25, 1909 met for this purpose.

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