Kampala, the City of Seven Hills, is the capital city of Uganda and is, by an extremely vast edge, the biggest city in the nation. Auxiliary to it is Jinja toward the east and Entebbe toward the south. Kampala is in the south focal piece of Uganda, close to the northern shores of Lake Victoria. Clamouring Kampala makes a decent prologue to Uganda. It's a dynamic and connecting with city, with few of the problems of other East African capitals and a few commendable attractions to keep you involved for two or three days. As the heartland of the Buganda kingdom, Kampala has a rich and brilliant history, obvious in a few entrancing royal residences and mixes from where the country was kept running until the landing of imperialism. Today Kampala is viewed as one of Africa's "greenest urban communities" because of the wealth of parks, gardens and fairways that are found in the downtown area when making a trip to Uganda. The territory is likewise known for its mind blowing nightlife offering numerous eateries and gambling clubs. New structures including hotels, banks, strip malls, scholarly organizations and more have made Kampala one of Africa's quickest developing urban areas and a magnificent base to start exploring Uganda.
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The south east side of Kampala meets the shores of Lake Victoria, the world's second largest fresh water lake.
Ndere Cultural Center is home to Uganda's debut social move troupe. Come and watch artisans perform traditional dance and drumming from our different communities.
The Uganda National Mosque, located on Kampala Hill, built as a gift by Libya's Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, is completely enormous. There are 2 fundamental specialty advertises in Kampala. One is at The National Theater and the other, is called Africa Villageon Buganda Road. Both are amazingly all around loaded with hand-made adornments, materials, batiks, beaded shoes, and wooden carvings. The Kasubi Tombs is the graveyard for the past four Kabakas (Kings) of Buganda. The Kasubi Tombs is a World Heritage Site.