Donholm is Not Your Average Kenyan Suburb

Donholm Estate is not your average Kenyan neighbourhood because of its rich history when it used to be the home of James Kerr Watson.

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Torr House: From a House of Sin to a Bank

Back in colonial times, Torr House was reputed to be the ‘most sinful place in Nairobi’, perhaps after Naivasha’s Happy Valley. I go to understand why and this is what I find out.

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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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Retracing the Legend of the Kenyan Dhow

The Kenyan Dhow has been described as the most graceful of sailing vessels. For centuries, it plied the western trading routes of the Indian Ocean until modernity caught up with it.

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Joseph Murumbi Kept Africa’s Art Alive

For helping to define Kenya as a stronghold of ancient and contemporary African art, Kenya Geographic honours Joseph Murumbi in our Hall of Fame.

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3 Things to do at the Kapenguria Museum

Kapenguria Museum reflects Kenya’s political development and the attainment of Kenya’s independence in 1963. Here are 3 things you can do.

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