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Place of Worship
“One of Kampala's premier sights, the prominent National Mosque was begun by Idi Amin in 1972 and finished in 2007 by Colonel Gadaffi. entry incl tour USh10,000 ”
  • Preporučuje 9 lokalaca
Beach
“You can hangout with fishermen, take a boat ride on Lake Victoria, and eat fresh fish cooked right from the late”
  • Preporučuje 6 lokalaca
Restoran
“A very popular place for any meal of the day, excellent service, and good for a drink at a central spot in Kololo.”
  • Preporučuje 9 lokalaca
Crkva
“The Namugongo Shrines were first recognized by Joshua Serufusa-Zake (1884–25 June 1985) when he was the Sabaddu of Kira Sub-County. He constructed a structure at the Namugongo site, where it appears shrines were built later for prayer. The basilica is located at Namugongo, Kira Municipality, Wakiso District, in Central Uganda. Namugongo is located approximately 14 kilometers (9 mi), by road, northeast of the central business district of Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city in that East African country. The geographical coordinates of the Uganda Martyrs Basilica are: 0°23'08.0"N, 32°39'05.0"E (Latitude:0.385556; Longitude:32.651389). There are 24 Catholic Uganda Martyrs. The 22 martyrs were killed between 1885 and 1887 by Kabaka (King) Mwanga of Buganda in the South of Uganda; 13 of the martyrs were burnt to death at Namugongo. The twenty-two martyrs were beatified by Pope Benedict XV on 6th June 1920 and canonized by Pope Paul VI on 18th October 1964. The other 2 martyrs were speared to death in Paimol, Gulu in the North of Uganda in October 1918. They were beatified by Pope John Paul II on 20th October 2002. There are also Anglican martyrs that were killed by King Mwanga between 1885 and 1887 together with the Catholic martyrs. While paying tribute to the 22 Catholic martyrs Pope Paul IV also paid tribute to the Anglican martyrs in his homily at the canonisation. “And we do not wish to forget”, he said ,”the others who, belonging to the Anglican confession, met death for the name of Christ.” All these martyrs are honoured on 3rd June every year and that is the best time to visit. The 22 Martyrs, 1885-1887 Many of the martyrs were pages in the Kabaka’s palace while others were working in chiefs’ homesteads. Each family was selecting very hardworking boys, well behaved too, to go and work for the King. It was also a sign of showing loyalty to the King as it was prestigious to work for the King. It is in the King’s palace and chiefs homes, therefore, that the Martyrs began to learn religion after the coming of the Anglican and catholic Missionaries in 1877 and 1879 respectively. The Christian Missionaries were invited by Kabaka Muteesa I, Mwanga’s father, in his letter dated 14th April 1875 that was published in the Daily Telegraph of 15th November 1875 in England. The first martyr to die was King’s major domo and leader of all Christians, Joseph Mukasa Balikuddembe, on 15th November 1885. He was killed because he had pleaded to King Mwanga to abandon the vice of homosexuality and not to kill Bishop Hannington, an Anglican missionary who had entered Buganda from Busoga (the backdoor of Buganda kingdom). From that time he became angry with all Christians as they all refused to give in to his sinful demands and were persuading all other pages to do the same. On 25th May, 1886, King Mwanga ordered for a number of Christians to be brought before him and he passed on them the death penalty. 20 of the 22 martyrs were killed between 26th May 1886 and 3rd June 1886. Some Martyrs were hacked to pieces like Andrew Kaggwa, Pontian Ngondwe, Matthias Mulumba and Denis Ssebuggwawo. Others were speared to death like Gonzaga Gonza, while others like Charles Lwanga and 12 others were burnt alive at Namugongo. John Maria Muzeeyi was the last of the 22 martyrs to be killed on 27/01/1887. He was beheaded and his body was thrown into a swamp. The twenty-two Roman Catholics martyrs are: Achilles Kiwanuka, Adolphus Ludigo-Mukasa, Ambrose Kibuuka, Anatoli Kiriggwajjo, Andrew Kaggwa, Antanansio Bazzekuketta, Bruno Sserunkuuma, Charles Lwanga, Denis Ssebuggwawo, Gonzaga Gonza, Gyavira, James Buuzabalyawo, John Maria Muzeeyi, Joseph Mukasa Balikuddembe, Kizito, Luka Baanabakintu, Matia Mulumba, Mbaga Tuzinde, Mugagga, Mukasa Kiriwawanvu, Noa Mawaggali, Ponsiano Ngondwe The 2 Martyrs of Paimol, Gulu, 1918 These two martyrs, Daudi Okello and Jildo Irwa, were young catechists from Paimol, Gulu at the beginning of the 20th century. Having just received Baptism and Confirmation, they realized that to be a Christian means to share one’s faith, even at the cost of life itself, should this become necessary. So they started at once to work as catechist, and carried on until they shed their blood. People who opposed the new religion took advantage of socio-political unrest to stop the preaching of the Gospel in Paimol. The two catechists were hounded, threatened, ordered to give up their activities, and finally speared to death. It was the week end of 18th – 20th October 1918. Daudi and Jildo were beatified by Pope John Paul II on 20th October 2002.”
  • Preporučuje 8 lokalaca
Place of Worship
“The Baha'i Temple is a simple beautiful structure created by Baha'i as a place for all religions to come and pray and meditate. It is the only such Temple in all of Africa. You can have a tour of the temple, or walk around the gardens. ”
  • Preporučuje 6 lokalaca
Trgovački centar
“Village shopping mall, Bugolobi caters for several customers - fashion, food, health & beauty services, telecoms service centres, banks, forex, book shop, gym, pharmacy & beauty, wine lounge, fine dinning and modern food court.”
  • Preporučuje 5 lokalaca
Kafić
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“ Great for coffee lovers who like to do some work as they sip their awesome Endiro brewed Ugandan coffee from Mbale and Iganga.”
  • Preporučuje 8 lokalaca
Bar
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“Great spot to chill out in Kampala. Delicious food served, Lively DJ nights and great music”
  • Preporučuju 3 lokalca
Point of Interest
“There are bars, restaurants and nightclubs in Kisementi - something for most tastes.”
  • Preporučuju 3 lokalca
Četvrt
“There are several drycleaners in Ntinda, the next suburb wich is about 10-15 mins walk”
  • Preporučuju 4 lokalca
Lounge
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“Riders lounge is a luxurious and executive bar, restaurant and lounge which providers walk-ins welcome, takeaway, table service and outdoor. It is located 3 km from Mberemi ”
  • Preporučuju 3 lokalca
Restoran
“Don’t judge a book by its cover but DO judge a restaurant by its crowd! If that’s the case, then Cafesserie is truly the real deal.With a friendly staff, fresh quality food, and a prime location, it certainly sounds like a recipe for success! Its a cafe where you can run for a quick break fast, grab lunch and run off to work or perhaps dine for dinner. With a wide menu of pastries, sandwiches and coffees among other bites, your cravings are fully well catered for. French bakery. Italian espresso bar. Chic café. Cafesserie is doing a lot of different things and doing them all well. If you haven’t already had the absolute pleasure of dining here, make it your next stop!”
  • Preporučuju 2 lokalca
Restoran u kojem se poslužuje burrito
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“Mexican cuisine right here in the pearl of Africa, located in Kisimenti next to Acacia mall a lively spot in Kampala. Great ambience. Great for an evening meet up over Mexican beer, cocktails (margaritas) and food (tacos and burritos). ”
  • Preporučuje 7 lokalaca
Hotel
“The serenity and breezes from Lake Victoria are tranquil and the sea food is amazingly delicious ”
  • Preporučuju 4 lokalca
Night Club
“spacious with good lighting and wonderful service. It's a night club that welcomes all that love night life”
  • Preporučuju 3 lokalca
Restoran
“Cantine DiVino is a Italian restaurant in Kololo perfect for those who feel like having some fantastic Italian Wines, Prosciutto, Salame, Cheeses, fresh Mozzarella and anything else Italian.”
  • Preporučuje 6 lokalaca