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Nairobi is the capital and largest city in Kenya, having about four million inhabitants. The temperature is consistent year round, remaining between 20 and 27 degrees Celcius (65 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit) with rains occurring in November-December and again in March-May. Nairobi is located in a plateau with an elevation of about 1,700 meters, where the temperature difference is big between day and night. Nairobi is Kenya's capital, and the arrival point for many visitors. The main airport is Jomo Kenyatta International, located 15kms out of the centre of town.
Nairobi is a major African hub, so flights between it and the rest of the content, plus many other destinations in Europe are frequent and relatively cheap. Coming overland, Nairobi is easily reached by bus and minibus from various destinations in Tanzania and Kampala in Uganda. Nairobi is a comparatively young city, founded only a hundred odd years ago in 1899. It was totally rebuilt in the early 1900s after an outbreak of plague and the burning of the original town. Nairobi is situated between the cities of Kampala and Mombasa. As Nairobi is adjacent to the Rift Valley, minor earthquakes and tremors occasionally occur.
Nairobi is built on the Athi plains, at the foot of the Kikuyu hills and 545 0 ft. It is the headquarters of the Uganda railway , of the military forces in the protectorate, and of the Colonists' Association. Nairobi is the most populous city in East Africa, with an estimated urban population of between 3 and 4 million. According to the 1999 Census, in the administrative area of Nairobi, 2,143,254 inhabitants lived within 684 km. Nairobi is a commercial city, and a visit to see life taking place in the business district is a must. The city's buildings seem very Westernised, with skyscrapers and a range of corporate names emblazoned on restaurants and cafes.
Nairobi is normally packed with people and cars, there are taxis available from the airport to the city center. Prices are usually negotiable. Nairobi is situated at the south-eastern end of the agricultural heartland of Kenya and most of its energy and food requirements can be obtained within a short distance of the city. The immediate environment of Nairobi consists of the productive highland area extending northwards and westwards to embrace the rich farming lands of the Rift Valley. Nairobi is known as the safari capital of Africa, however the city has still managed to keep up with modernization. Unlike other cities, Nairobi is surrounded by 113 sq km of plains, cliffs and forest that makes up the city?s Nairobi National Park.
Nairobi is also arguably the best place in all of Africa from which to book safaris, which is almost a must for those enjoying Nairobi travel. Nairobi is a place of contrasts, combining all the trappings of the developed world (high-rise office blocks and upscale shops) with the third world, evident in the slums and townships that ring the city. Nairobi is also the largest industrial center. It is the regional headquarters of several international companies and organizations.
Nairobi is one of Africa's largest and most interesting cities. It is a place of enormous energy, a tireless and thriving bustle of people, and a city of differences. Nairobi is one of the largest cities in Africa. The city, like most, is home to a large business district, as well as leafy suburbs and busy market areas which fan out from the centre. Nairobi is served by an international airport. The University of Nairobi is the nation's leading educational institution.
Nairobi is generally cool and dry during this period, with minimum and maximum temperatures of 120C and 250C respectively, and a mid-day relative humidity of only 46 per cent. Nairobi is Kenya's principal economic, administrative, and cultural center. The city also has a large tourist industry.
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