Tag Archives: Kenya

See cancermatters for Kenya political system.

Kenya Area and Population

Area and population. – The colony of Kenya, with the small coastal stretch having the status of protectorate, has 582,579 km 2 surface area (5645 are of the protectorate), and is currently divided into 6 provinces, plus the autonomous district of the capital, Nairobi, which is in the Central Province. For customs purposes, Kenya has been… Read More »

Kenya General Information

The Republic of Kenya is a country in East Africa. Formerly a British colony and protectorate, it gained independence in 1963. Area 582.6 thousand square meters. km. Population 29 million (1998). The capital is Nairobi. GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION, NATURE An independent state on the African continent. This East African country is unique in many ways: one… Read More »

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN MOMBASA

By plane to Mombasa According to DigoPaul, Mombasa has reasonably good air connections from Europe. When traveling from Finland, you have to make one or two stopovers. Flights cost between 800 and 1100 euros. From Moi International Airport, the journey to the coastal hotel areas takes about 40 minutes. The easiest way to fold a… Read More »

Kenya Arts and Literature

Literature, drama and theater Alongside an oral tradition in native languages ​​such as kikuyu and Swahili, English-language literature has emerged, initiated by Jomo Kenyatta’s polemical and didactic “Facing Mount Kenya” (1938), which challenged the white man’s history writing. Over the years surrounding Kenya’s political liberation, several autobiographies strengthened national identity in opposition to colonial oppression.… Read More »

Kenya Sightseeing Places

Money National currency: 1 Kenyan shilling corresponds to 100 cents. Currency abbreviation: KSh, KES – ABBREVIATIONFINDER.ORG Banknotes of 1,000, 500, 200, 100, 50 and 20 KSh as well as coins of 40, 20, 10, 5 and 1 KSh are in circulation. Currency exchange: Is possible in all major banks, in exchange offices (which can be found… Read More »