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“Rich in Kenyan History... Plus you get to see the original letters by Tom Mboya immortalized by broze statue around 10 meters from the archives. ”
  • 16 locals recommend
“Housed in the old Bank of India building, the National Archives spotlights Kenyan tribal culture as well as the country's art, history, and politics. The main floor gallery displays historical documents and a collection of photographs. Paintings and artifacts from the collection of Joseph Murumbi, one of Africa's most famous collectors, dominate the exhibits. The second floor houses more art, a display of postage stamps, and the National Archives reading room, which is used for personal and professional projects.”
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Bus Station
“The prices to different places vary highly depending on the time of day. Morning & evenings are expensive and mid days are very cheap.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Tuskys is much better stocked than Eastmatt, but it's a longer, and more chaotic walk.”
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Night Club
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Clothing Store
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Fried Chicken Joint
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