Tanzania is a country of wildlife, natural parking, soda lakes and sleeping volcanoes. This is an amazingly harmonious combination of the primitive past and the civilized present. Kenya’s nature inspired Hemingway to create the Green Hills of Africa and Snow of Kilimanjaro books. Winston Churchill, Theodore Roosevelt, Queen Elizabeth II have been to Kenya. The capital is Nairobi. The word "Nairobi" meant "place of cold water." Before the construction of the city, there was a small oasis, where slave trade caravans stayed. Thanks to the British, Nairobi has become one of the most beautiful cities in the world. On the central square of the city stands the clock tower, similar to the London Big Ben. Nearby is the tomb of the first President of Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta. Around the square are modern skyscrapers made of glass and concrete. Here are first-class hotels, shops, restaurants and an elegant international conference center. In the National Museum in Nairobi, one of the main exhibits is a stone copy of the beloved elephant Jomo Kenyata in real size. The order that he died, ordered to make a copy of it, the memory of her beloved. Charles Henri Rajal right on the train and killed by the brave hunter Gastello.