Kampala affectionately known as 'The Green city in the sun' is a great city, the biggest and most vivacious city in the nation Uganda. The regulatory capital of Uganda, Kampala recovered its status as the capital city of Uganda after autonomy in 1962. KIU COVID-19 Response The city approaching the Lake Victoria toward the South delineates both pilgrim and current engineering, with verifiable and old stories realities and as once a perfect natural surroundings for "Impala" the city was alluded to as the "Slope of Impala" which is deciphered in Luganda as "Kasozi K' empala" lastly "Kampala".
Situated on a height of 1,180m above ocean level, Kampala has a populace of around 2 million individuals spread more than 21 slopes on which the city stands. The city has since spread from a 19 square kilometers village, to turn into the "city of 7 slopes".
The slopes that make up Kampala include: Old Kampala Hill which is 4000 feet above ocean level, is a blend of both mechanical and rural territory with structures for the most part of Indian style. Principle attractions: Include the Fort worked by Captain Fredrick Lugard close to the old Kampala mosque and the seat of the Uganda Muslim Supreme board.
Mengo Hill which is 4000 feet above ocean level got its name from "Mengo" a Luganda word significance pounding stones. History has it that individuals from Ssesse Islands who chose this slope utilized stones to lattice food. Principle attractions: Kabaka's royal residence (King's royal residence), The Kabaka's lake which is the greatest man made lake in the nation with a wide scope of Bird species, The 1900 Agreement between the Kabaka of Buganda and British pioneer officials was marked in Mengo, Kisingiri's three celebrated 100 stayed house over 100 years of age and in excess of 100 hundred old monster turtles imported from the Seychelles Islands.
Namirembe Hill which is 4,134 feet above ocean level got its name from "Mirembe" which signifies "Harmony". Principle attractions: St. Paul's Cathedral, The Kasubi Tombs - Royal Burial justification for Buganda Kings, Uganda's first clinic mengo Hospital began by Sir Albert Cook, The Bulange-Buganda's Parliament and Sanyu children's home a halfway house.
Rubaga Hill which is 4,134 feet above ocean level gets its name from "Kubanga" which intends to "Plan". Baganda commanders arranged their wars on this Hill. Principle attractions: Rubaga Cathedral, Pope John Paul VI Memorial corridor, Burial grounds of the nation's first Bishop and the primary dark Archbishop south of Sahara,
Nakasero Hill which is 4,134 feet above ocean level is a neighborhood just as a business locale. Principle attractions: State House, significant lodgings and strip malls. Kololo Hill which is 4,305 feet above ocean level is a local location with lovely houses and all around arranged streets. Fundamental attractions: Kololo Airstrip, with a graveyard for "national legends"
Kibuli Hill is a home to Muslims. Primary attractions: Kibuli mosque and Kibuli Hospital
Nsambya Hill which is 4,010 feet above ocean level is known as the home to the Mill Hill fathers. Primary attractions: St. Dwindles Pro-Cathedral and Nsambya Hospital.
Naguru Hill (4,331 feet), Mbuya Hill (4,269 feet), Mulago Hill (4,134 feet) is a home to Mulago Hospital and the Uganda Museum, Makerere Hill (4,188 feet) home to Makerere University, Buziga Hill (4,322 feet) and Muyenga Hill (4,3285 feet) are local locations for high society, Mutundwe Hill (4,312 feet), Mutungo Hill(4,208 feet), Kireka Hill (4,189 feet) a home to Mandela sports arena, Makindye Hill and Banda Hill which is a home to the Queen Mother's royal residence.