Canopies in Kenya

Canopies in Kenya
Canopies in Kenya

The park was created in the early 1900s in Kenya. The park sits within the capital city of Kinshasa, but is the oldest in the country, according to the Conservancy International. The park is a part of the Kenya National Forest and protected to the public. In 2012, the park was renamed the Mwasa Linn Park – which means ‘Mountain Park’.

Facebook Twitter Pinterest The Mwasa Linn Park ‘Mountain’ park – originally called the Mwasa Linn in honour of a fallen gorilla of Tanzania. Photograph: Justin McCord/Reuters

In the park visitors can look back on the 18th century when the park was first created in Kenya. In 1834, the park was moved to the new forest at Kinshasa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Today it comprises a collection of protected parks (COPVs), but in the years since then, its existence has been disputed. There seems to have been a marked increase in the number of COPVs – as well as the number of gorilla and chimpanzee sites. In 2011, a report by the WWF suggested that the population of African gorillas had reached its lowest numbers in over 35 years. They are now almost four times as many of as 5 million. The park has always operated free, where visitors can go just as readily and with as
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Kwanza, South Africa

Kwanza, South Africa is a new African nation established in 1753 while, in 1833, it was granted independence by the Kenyan king, Njomo Djibouti. Since 1958, it became an active member of the Gombe of South Africa, a national institution in which the central, economic and cultural focus is the Kenyan and South African communities. Due to the unique geographic layout and diverse nature of a city, its unique character, diversity in agriculture, cooking and culinary tastes and culture, can easily be called a ‘Bribery’ or ‘Trojan’, the term applied to a person who attempts to evade the jurisdiction of a British office or official.

Kwabu, Rwanda
Canopies in Kenya