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Gede Ruins, Malindi
Gede ruins are remains of a Swahili town. It traces its origin to the Twelfth Century and was rebuilt with new town walls in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries. 
Gede Ruins
The museum has numerous ruins, comprising mosques; a magnificent palace and houses all nestled within 45 acres of forest. Experience the mystical cultural life in this old town amidst our natural heritage.


 
 

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