Gede Ruins also referred to as The ruins of Gede are the relics of one of the Arab – African settlements found along the East African coast. These towns were built by the Swahili people during the 13th and 14th Centuries. Scientist estimates that at the peak of its prosperity about 2500 people lived in Gede.
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