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Uhuru Gardens, Kenya’s largest historical point of reference located strategically along Lang’ata Road in Nairobi. “Uhuru” translates to “freedom” and it is at these same gardens that Kenya took its stuttering steps to self-rule. Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, first president of Kenya, was inaugurated here, and so was the first instance of hoisting the Kenyan flag. It is the only memorial park that symbolizes Kenya’s struggle for independence.

The site still remains a unifying emblem among the residents of the country with it’s monuments that stand in the garden to date.

In present day, the park is seen as a place to seek refuge away from the city’s buzz and hostility. The park is a symbol peace, love and unity.

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