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Tutustu alueeseen Kampala

Best things to do in Kampala

Museum
“The Uganda Museum is 10-14 mins away from the house. It's the oldest museum in East Africa; it was officially established by the British protectorate government in 1908 with ethnographic material. Its history goes back to 1902 when Governor George Wilson called for collection of objects of interest throughout the country to set up a museum. The museum started in a small Sikh temple at Fort Lugard on Old Kampala Hill. Between the 1920s and 1940s, archaeology and paleontological surveys and excavations were conducted by Church Hill, E. J. Wayland, Bishop J. Wilson, P. L. Shinnie, E. Lanning, and several others, who collected a significant number of artifacts to boost the museum. The museum at Fort Lugard become too small to hold the specimens, and the museum was moved to the Margret Trowel School of Fine Art at Makerere University College in 1941. Later, funds were raised for a permanent home and the museum was moved to its current location on Kitante Hill in 1954. In 2008, the museum turned 100 years old. ”
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“Daudi Karungi more or less single handedly started the contemporary art scene in Uganda with this Kamwokya Gallery. ”
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“Just a short walk from Afriart - another interesting place with some great work.”
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“If you are really into your art, try this new gallery. It's the first one where you have to pay to get into - 20k”
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