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Nairobi National Museum … a glimpse

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Museums are among beautiful and interesting places to visit. Below, I’m sharing with you just a few photos I took during my recent visit to the Nairobi National Museum in Nairobi, Kenya. Enjoy.

Main entrance …

On sale … Just pay a visit and grab!

As expected … students are among good visitors of the facility …

Contrast: the old vs the new ‘means of carrying a baby’ … beautiful … no?

… building the railway to build the country …

… not missing in action … the elephant

… scary … no?

… Bantu woman’s physique?

… Creativity through recycling!

In the botanical garden … beautiful experience to visit the museum … interesting.

I was happy to pay a visit to the museum. I’ll be going back there soon. We learn and have the chance to reflect on the purpose of our existence as human beings. Inside there, one travels thousands to millions of years. All are blend into one thing. It’s an amazing experience visiting museums.


Written by simbadeo

September 25, 2011 at 12:27 am

Posted in Siasa na jamii

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  1. Indeed it is a beautiful place to visit and i have missed the place. I think i should visit and see the new things there after the renovation. Thanks for sharing the photos, they are so beautiful.



    September 25, 2011 at 9:45 am

  2. Ni kweli ni sehemu nzuri kutembelea na pia hapa hapa unajifunza kitu na unapoteza mawazo…asante kwa kutokuwa mchoyo wa kutuonyesha hizo taswira.



    September 25, 2011 at 1:38 pm

  3. Hi, thanks Wacuka, thanks Yasinta. It’s really important to encourage our people to visit such places. They are always inspiring: in all spheres of human life. Of special importance is the fact that everyone may then want to play their roles more efficiently so that they too make a history for humanity. Thanks.


    Deo Simba

    September 25, 2011 at 5:17 pm

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