The Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) is one of the greatest examples of Brutalist architecture in Africa.
Nairobi is the only city in the world with a national park with the city boundaries. This gives Nairobi some of the most exceptional skylines in the world.
At the heart of Kenya’s democracy and national government is the Parliament House in the CBD of Nairobi.
In between the B3 highway and the cliff of the great rift valley sits the Mai Mahiu Catholic Church.
Kibera is the largest slum in the world and sits about 4 kilometers away from the CBD of Nairobi.
The most iconic monument in Mombasa has to be the Tusks. The two tusks stand on each side of the dual carriageway road, Moi Avenue.