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The Kings of Buganda
At the turn of the 19th Century as colonialists arrived in East Africa to establish control, Buganda, located in the central Uganda, was one of the powerful monarchies in the region. Its king (Kabaka) ruled over vast territory around Lake Victoria. This book traces the origins
of the over 700-year-old kingdom, and highlights the ceremony and pomp that surrounds its rulers.
Treasures of Uganda Series are handy easy to read books that bring out the best of Uganda’s culture, heritage and features. The books make good use of photography, graphics and maps to tell the stories in a manner that readers will find easy and captivating. Visitors and residents will find these books enriching as they feature important and interesting aspects of the country that may never have been written about in such a manner.
Other books in the series include:
The Story of the Uganda Martyrs & Namugongo
Jinja and the Nile
Dances of Uganda
Animals of Uganda
Butterflies of Kibaale National Park
The Hills of Kampala
Birds of Uganda