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A blog to show my love for Uganda; The Pearl of Africa. Cheers! [this is secondary blog]

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Roadside trader on Kalerwe.
Kampala, Uganda.

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Roadside trader on Kalerwe.

Kampala, Uganda.

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Shops on Kalerwe street.
Kampala, Uganda.

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Shops on Kalerwe street.

Kampala, Uganda.

A royal baganda christmas scene (via History In Progress Uganda)

A royal baganda christmas scene (via History In Progress Uganda)

Photography by Musa Katuramu (via History In Progress Uganda)

Photography by Musa Katuramu (via History In Progress Uganda)

Uganda’s Team Commonwealth Games Perth (Australia) 1962: Portraits published in a the booklet on the occasion of the games. (via history in progress uganda)

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Kampala, Uganda

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Kampala, Uganda

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St Francis Chapel, Makerere
Kampala, Uganda

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St Francis Chapel, Makerere

Kampala, Uganda

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Kalerwe - Kampala, Uganda

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Kalerwe - Kampala, Uganda

"Little known" tourism treasures in Eastern Uganda by Edward Echwalu.

  • Night Fishing on Lake Victoria. For generations, people on the shores of Lake Victoria in East Africa have been using kerosene lamps for night fishing according to Wisions. The fishermen begin work at 6pm in the evening and finish at 6am in the morning braving the long cold nights.
  • The Kintu Shrine”…Kintu is a famous ancestral story taught in Ugandan schools. The family exists.“ Kintu is a mythological figure who appears in a legend of the Baganda of Uganda as a creation myth . According to this legend, Kintu was the first person on earth , the father of all people.
  • Sisiyi Falls: The New Vision called it; The “Magnificent Spectacle” What more can i say? The New vision further adds…”It stands out from a distance as you take the highway from Mbale to the districts of Sironko, Bulambuli, Kapchorwa and Moroto. The apparent white patch running down the side of the rock outshines a luscious green backdrop covering this section of the Elgon mountains.”

Read the whole post at Ugandan photographer Edward Echwalu’s blog: here.

Photography by Musa Katuramu (via History In Progress Uganda)