Jeevanjee Gardens

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Jeevanjee Gardens is an open garden in the Central Business District of Nairobi, Kenya.

Jeevanjee Gardens was founded by A.M. Jeevanjee, an Asian-born entrepreneur in Kenya.[1]It is the only park in the city that is directly owned by the people, having been donated to the poor people of Nairobi as a resting area (the park was private property and it is held in trust for the people of Nairobi).

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  1. ^ "Michigan State University Press : Zarina Patel". msupress.msu.edu. 2012. Retrieved 19 August 2012. 

Coordinates: 1°16′52″S 36°49′10″E / 1.281014°S 36.819476°E / -1.281014; 36.819476