Often best known for magnificent flora and fauna, there's much more to Uganda's heritage.
The country can indeed be proud of its stunning buildings and sites of historical significance. These provide character and identity to its cities, towns and villages, and reflect ways of life associated with traditional governance, colonial administration, religious diversity and co-existence, commerce and trade, as well as relationships between Uganda and other nations.
This publication, compiled by the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda, takes readers on an exciting journey from the beginnings of Uganda as a nation, through its colonial period and into its post-independence era.
This book also points to the urgent need to preserve historical buildings and sites as an important aspect of Uganda's rich heritage.