The East African region has the fastest developing third world countries with amazing cities. This is attributed to good economies and political stability enjoyed thus creates room for urbanization. Moreover, the cities lie within the tropics thus enjoying a cool climate that attracts tourists.
To begin with, Kigali is the largest city in Rwanda with various roles including administration, transport, and recreation. It has wide tree-lined boulevards and amazing immaculate squares that give it a pleasant look. Moreover, it has a cultural village that allows space for artisan works, the strategic location makes it accessible. Below are some of its photos that you need to have a look at.
Nairobi is the largest and capital city of Kenya with a wide range of facilities and social amenities. It serves administrative roles, a transport and communication center, recreation, and a business hub. Moreover, it has a National Park and a National Museum that attracts tourists. The city has the best hotels, malls, and well-developed road networks. Here are its photos you shouldn't miss the view.
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