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Kampala

Kampala is the capital of Uganda and the population is around 3 mio. people.

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Long rows of Toyota- and Nissan minibusses awaits to be filled with passengers at the central bus terminal in Kampala, Uganda. Photo © Mikkel Grabowski

The city is built on 7 hills and sits in an altitude of 1190 meter above sea level, making the climate relatively hot and humid.

Road in kampala - photo © Mikkel Grabowski

Road in kampala – photo © Mikkel Grabowski

Kampala is the largest city in Uganda and it is divided into five boroughs that oversee local planning: Kampala Central Division, Kawempe Division, Makindye Division, Nakawa Division and Lubaga Division

A view over kampala, the capital of Uganda

A view over kampala, the capital of Uganda – photo © Mikkel Grabowski

The main campus of Makerere University, one of East and Central Africa’s premier institutes of higher learning, can be found in the Makerere Hill area of the city.

A busy street in the capital of Uganda, kampala

A busy street in the capital of Uganda, kampala – photo © Mikkel Grabowski

Boy preaching in the street of kampala - photo © Mikkel Grabowski

Boy preaching in the street of kampala – photo © Mikkel Grabowski

woman with oranges in Kampala making a stop while stretching her leg as a man passes by. Photo © Mikkel Grabowski

woman with oranges in Kampala making a stop while stretching her leg as a man passes by – photo © Mikkel Grabowski

Two road construction workers in Kampala greeting. Photo © Mikkel Grabowski

Two road construction workers in Kampala greeting – photo © Mikkel Grabowski

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