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Kampala city-Uganda

Kampala City, Uganda’s Capital City is such a fascinating place to visit. Teeming with rich culture and friendly people, this city offers a wide range of experiences to tourists who take the time to explore it. Within splitting distance to Lake Victoria Kampala lies at an altitude of 1,155 meters. With approximately 1.5 million inhabitants, and the seat of government it is the undisputed center of Uganda

Historically, Kampala is known for its many rolling hills, which reach an altitude of up to 4,000 feet at their highest point. The original number of hills was 7, but has since grown into many more. These include Kampala Hill, Tank Hill, Mulago Hill, and Nakasero Hill.

The peal of Africa Hilton hotel at Nakasero hill Kampala Uganda

Kampala, capital and largest city of Uganda. It occupies a series of hills at an elevation of about 3,900 feet (1,190 metres) and is situated in the southern part of the country, just north of Lake Victoria. Kampala lies just north of Mengo, the capital of the kingdom of Buganda in the 19th century.
Kampala Capital City of Uganda
7 Hills make up  Kampala city as a  Tourist Attraction. Kampala is the national capital city of Uganda famously known as the City of seven hills all because it is covered with this remarkable seven hills, which started way back when Uganda gained its independence from the British who had settled around Buganda and named the city 
One of the hills of Kampala Uganda
If you’re ready to get your taste, here’s a look at six spots you could check out during your visit to the city.
Kampala-city gemming at night Uganda

Centenary Park. Centenary Park:

is a small complex of bars and restaurants off the side of a shopping mall.

Aerial view of centenary park Kampala-city Uganda

 

Acacia Mall.

Situated in the vibrant Kisementi area of Kampala, the relaxed elegance of Acacia Mall is designed with the style-conscious in mind

Acacia mall Kampala Uganda.

Nakasero Market:

is a market in Kampala, Uganda, located at the foot of Nakasero hill. It sells fresh food, textiles, shoes and cheap electronics. Nakasero market is located 50 meters off the Entebbe Road. It is one of the biggest markets in Kampala city central business District.

Venders at Nakasero market Kampala.

 

Rubaga Cathedral church:

Saint Mary’s Cathedral Rubaga, commonly referred to as Rubaga Cathedral, is the parent cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kampala, the oldest Roman cathedral, Towering house of God stands on top of Rubaga hill one of the original seven hills that make up the city of Kampala. Visible from all angles, especially in downtown/

Saint Mary's Cathedral at Rubaga hill Kampala Uganda

 

Bulange mengo Buganda kingdom parliament:

Bulange is a Buganda kingdom Parliament building situated at Mengo Kampala. It houses the Lukiiko (Parliament) of the Kingdom of Buganda. The Kabaka of Buganda and the Katikkiro.

Buganda kingdom parliament building at Bulange Mengo Kampala Uganda

Independence monument Kampala: The Independence Monument is a symbol of Ugandan history and cultural heritage. It is a big towering concrete structure in Independence Square. As a Mother Uganda holds aloft a joyful newborn child( Uganda) of independence free from colonialism and bondages.

The independence monument at Kampala Uganda

Gadafi mosque Kampala: The Uganda National Mosque is a mosque located at Kampala Hill in the Old Kampala area of Kampala standing at a height of  50.5 metres(166 ft) with a capacity of12,200 worshipers. 

Bahai temple:The Baháʼí Faith in Uganda started to grow in 1951 and four years later there were 500 Baháʼís in 80 localities, including 13 Baháʼí Local Spiritual House of Worship or Bahá’í temple is a place of worship of the Baháʼí Faith. It is also referred to by the name Mashriqu’l-Adhkár, an Arabic phrase meaning “Dawning-place of the remembrance of God”. Bahá’í Houses of Worship are open to both Bahá’ís and non-Bahá’ís for prayer and reflection.

Bahai temple Kampala Uganda

 

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