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List: Google Street View Reveals Most Sought Locations in Kenya

by Zablon Ondari
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Google Street View has released data showing Kenya’s most sought locations over the past one year.

The data was released on Tuesday, 24th May when Google Street View was marking its 15th anniversary.

The data showcased various places that hold significance to Kenyans among them bus stations, historical buildings, business centres, national parks, museums, hotels, and cities.

According to the data, Nairobi’s Tea-room area, a 24-hour bus terminal for travellers heading to Rift valley, Western, Central and Coastal Kenya regions attracted the highest number of views.

Top museums searched on Street View between April 2021 to April 2022 are Kenya National Museum Society, National Archives Moi Avenue, Fort Jesus Museum, National Museums of Kenya, Aberdare, Karen Blixen Museum and Kitale Museum.

In that same period, cities and administrative areas that received the most visitors on Street View include Nairobi, Mombasa, Nakuru, and Eldoret.

What Kenyans viewed most on Street View

Tea-room
Kenya National Archives and Documentation Service
Imenti House
Star Shopping Mall
Kimathi Chambers
Total Energies Frontview Service Station
United Snacks and Hotel
Bihi Towers
RNG Plaza
Nyayo House, Nairobi

Top Museums Clicked on Street View between April 2021 – April 2022

Kenya National Museum Society
National Archives Moi Avenue
Fort Jesus Museum
National Museums of Kenya
Aberdare
Karen Blixen Museum
Kitale Museum

Cities and Admin Areas with the most visitors on Street View between May 2021 – April 2022)

Nairobi
Mombasa
Nakuru
Eldoret

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