Fondly known as the green city in the sun, Kampala commercial and administrative capital of Uganda. Spread over more than twenty hills, it is one of the fastest growing cities in Africa. Its architecture is a mixture of the modern, the colonial and the Indian. Its roads are its two million inhabitants. Sitting at an altitude of 1,180m above sea level, it enjoys pleasant weather, with annual temperatures averaging 17 degrees Celsius (minimum) and 27 degrees Celsius (maximum). To the south is Lake Victoria, the world’s second largest fresh water lake and the source of the longest river in the world, the River Nile. The history of Kampala, like that of many other cities in the world, is wrapped in both folklore and historical facts.

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