During the Civil War, nationalist sympathizers in the town were hurled to their deaths in the gorge, an event recalled by Hemingway in his novel For Whom the Bell Tolls.
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One cold, dark night we were lined up; casting out into the darkness where the occasional trout swirled and splashed.
While Soutine--unlike Chagall, to whom he is sometimes compared--did not paint stereotypically Jewish subjects, he may have been alluding, with those dangling fowl, to a Yom Kippur rite in which a slaughtered chicken was whirled around a rabbi's head in a ritual of absolution.
At midnight on December 12, 1963, at Uhuru Stadium, amid world leaders and multitudes of people, the Kenya flag was unfurled.