Meru, Kenya

Meru, Kenya


Meru, Kenya

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Meru is a city in central Kenya. Meru City is headquarters of the Meru County in what was formerly known as Eastern Province and the 6th largest City in Kenya. Meru forms a municipal council with a population of 240,900 ).

Meru is located at 0.047035 degrees North and 37.649803 degrees East, on the northeast slopes of Mount Kenya. The Kathita River passes through the city. It is situated about five miles north of the equator, at approximately 5,000 feet altitude, in an area of mixed forest and clearings, small towns, villages, and rural farms. Meru is populated mainly by Ameru people.

The City is accessible by paved road, whether from the south around the east side of Mount Kenya, via Embu, or from the northwest around the west and north side of Mount Kenya, via Nanyuki and Timau. Meru City is a jumping-off place for Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves and Lewa Downs, all some distance north of Meru, with Samburu and Buffalo Springs via Isiolo, and Meru National Park, to the northeast of Meru, via Maua in the Nyambene Hills.

Meru City is a business, agricultural and educational center for the northeast of Kenya. It has banks and hotels, markets and transportation terminals. Coffee, tea, timber, cattle, dairy products, "french" beans and many other products are produced in Meru District. In addition there are primary and secondary schools, including the Meru High School and Kaaga Girls School, two...
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