The Historic Town of Gedi
The Historic Town of Gedi is part of the Tentative list of Kenya in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.
The Historic Town of Gedi comprises the remains of a 15th century Swahili coastal trade center. The town had an inner and outer wall; also pillar tombs, the palace and a great mosque have been excavated. The surviving buildings were made of coral stone from the Indian Ocean.
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- Full Name
- The Historic Town of Gedi
- Nominated for
- Archaeological site - Civilizations of Sub-Saharan Africa
- By ID
2010 Added to Tentative List
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