Synonyms for kitale or Related words with kitale

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The Roman Catholic Diocese of Kitale () is a diocese located in the city of Kitale in the Ecclesiastical province of Kisumu in Kenya.
Lepidochrysops kitale, the Kitale giant Cupid, is a butterfly in the Lycaenidae family. It is found in north-western Kenya. The habitat consists of savanna.
Kitale Airport is located in the town of Kitale, Trans-Nzoia County, in northwestern Kenya, close to the International border with the Republic of Uganda.
Saiwa Swamp National Park is located some 27 kilometers from Kitale town towards Kitale - Kapenguria road and is good for game viewing and camping. Kitale Museum, located in the heart of Kitale town is one of the most interesting places in the county. Apart from hosting varieties of traditional artifacts, the Museum is also home to different snakes’ species as well as having one of the largest crocodile pits in Kenya.
Kitale Museum is located in western Kenya in Trans-Nzoia County. It is exactly 380 kilometres northwest from the nation's capital, Nairobi. The museum is 1 km west of the town centre on the outskirts of Kitale.
Moi's Bridge is located along the B2 road (Eldoret - Kitale Road). The C50 road leads from Moi's Bridge to Moiben in the west. Moi's Bridge is served by a railway station on the branch railway to Kitale.
The Suam–Endebess–Kitale–Eldoret Road, is a rural road in Kenya. The road links Suam, in Trans-Nzoia County, to the towns of Endebess, Kitale, and Eldoret in Uasin Gishu County.
The Kisumu–Kakamega–Webuye–Kitale Road, is a rural road in Kenya. The road links Kisumu, in Kisumu County, to the towns of Kakamega, in Kakamega County, Webuye in Bungoma County, and Kitale in Trans-Nzoia County.
Sholei began his football career in Kitale town, in the Rift Valley Province.
Wabuge was a Member of Parliament for Kitale West Constituency (later Saboti Constituency).
The Kitale Museum used to be a privately owned museum prior to the death of Colonel Stoneham. After he died he willed funds as well as his entire collection, which included an extensive insect collection to the Kenyan government so that they could establish a national museum. In 1974 a new museum building was founded in Kitale on 5 acres of land making the Kitale Museum the first regional museum to become a part of the Kenya Museum society.
As part of its expansion programme, the university has opened campuses in Nairobi, Eldoret, Kisumu, Kitale and Kabarnet.
Maili Saba means '7 miles' in Swahili and it’s the town that welcomes you to Kitale when coming from Eldoret.
Although Trans Nzoia is in the Rift Valley province, substantial Luhya populations have settled in the Kitale area.
Kitale Airport is a small airstrip commonly referred to as kambi miwa airstrip by the local people, the airstrip serves the town of Kitale and surrounding communities. Situated at above sea level, the airport has a single asphalt runway which measures in length and in width.
The Kitale massacre was a mass murder that occurred at a farm near Kitale, Kenya Colony on May 12, 1929, when a native named Mogo killed twelve people and wounded another with a spear. The perpetrator was subsequently arrested and sentenced to death.
Most outstanding places of interest include Mount Elgon National Park, Saiwa Swamp National Park and Kitale Nature Conservancy. Mt. Elgon National Park is located approximately 11 kilometers from Kitale town. Some of the wild animals found here include elephants, buffalos, black and white colobus, giant forest hog and over 420 bird species.
The road starts at Kisumu, on the northeastern shores of Lake Victoria. It takes a general northerly direction through Kakamega and Webuye, to end at Kitale, on the Suam–Endebess–Kitale–Eldoret Road, a total distance of about . The coordinates of the road, south of Kakamega are:0°15'08.0"N, 34°45'01.0"E (Latitude:0°15'08.0"N; Longitude:34°45'01.0"E).
The settlement lies on the Kitale–Kapenguria–Lodwar Road (A-1), approximately , northeast of Kitale. This is approximately , by road, northwest of Nairobi, Kenya's capital and largest city. The coordinates to the town are: 1°15'19.0"N, 35°05'31.0"E (Latitude:1.255286; Longitude:35.091950).
It was again awarded by the Kenya National Highways Authority in 2012 a contract, this time to develop the Webuye-Kitale highway, a project worth 3.3 billion Kenyan shillings. The World Bank funded project is to form part of the Kisumu to Kitale road, which is important to commerce in western Kenya and for regional integration with South Sudan and Uganda.