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Juuko of Buganda

He was the second son of Kabaka Kateregga Kamegere, Kabaka of Buganda between 1644 and 1674. His mother was Namutebi of the Mamba clan, the eighth 8th wife of his father. He ascended the throne upon the demise of his elder brother around 1680. He ...

                                               

Kabaka of Buganda

Kabaka is the title of the king of the Kingdom of Buganda. According to the traditions of the Baganda they are ruled by two kings, one spiritual and the other material. The spiritual, or supernatural, king is represented by the Royal Drums, regal ...

                                               

Kagulu of Buganda

He was the eldest son of Kabaka Ndawula Nsobya, Kabaka of Buganda between 1724 and 1734. His mother was Naggujja of the Njovu clan, the second 2nd of his fathers seven 7 wives. He ascended to the throne upon the death of his father. He establishe ...

                                               

Kasubi hill

Kasubi is bordered by Kawaala to the north, Makerere to the east, Naakulabye to the southeast, Lusaze to the southwest, Lubya to the west, and Namungoona to the northwest. The hill is approximately 5.5 kilometres 3.4 mi, by road, northwest of Kam ...

                                               

Kateregga of Buganda

He was the only son of Kabaka Sekamaanya Kisolo, Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned between 1614 and 1634. His mother was Nabakyaala Nabuuso, the Naabagareka, his fathers only wife. He ascended to the throne following the death of his stepfather, all ...

                                               

Katikkiro of Buganda

The Katikkiro is the official title of the prime minister of the Kingdom of Buganda, a traditional kingdom in modern-day Uganda. The current Katikkiro is Charles Mayiga, who was appointed to that position by the current monarch, the Kabaka of Bug ...

                                               

Kikulwe of Buganda

He was the fourth 4th son of Kabaka Ndawula Nsobya, the nineteenth 19th Kabaka of Buganda. His mother was Nakikulwe Namirembe, the third 3rd of his fathers seven 7 wives. He ascended the throne after the death of his elder brother, Kabaka Kagulu ...

                                               

Kimera of Buganda

Kimera was the only son of Prince Kalemeera, the son of Kabaka Chwa I Nabakka. His mother was Lady Wannyana, the supposed chief wife of King Winyi I of Bunyoro.

                                               

Kiyimba of Buganda

He was the sixth son of Kabaka Kiggala Mukaabya. His mother was Nabukalu, of the Lugave clan, the first wife of Kabaka Kiggala Mukaabya. He ascended the throne around 1464, when his father abdicated.

                                               

Lake Wamala

Lake Wamala is a freshwater lake in Uganda. Its wetlands contain endangered species of birds and animals including the sitatunga. The lake is of traditional and cultural significance to the people of Buganda in Central Uganda.

                                               

Mawanda of Buganda

He was the third son of Kabaka Ndawula Nsobya, the 19th Kabaka of Buganda. His mother was Nakidde Luyiga of the Ngo clan, the fourth 4th of his fathers seven 7 wives. Mawanda killed his brother Kabaka Kikulwe Mawuba and seized the throne around 1 ...

                                               

Mengo, Uganda

Mengo is bordered by Old Kampala to the north, Nsambya Hill to the east, Kibuye to the south-east, Ndeeba to the south, Lubaga Hill to the west, and Namirembe Hill to the north-west. This location is approximately 2.5 kilometres 1.6 mi, by road, ...

                                               

Mpindi clan

Mpindi is one of the 56 clans of the Buganda Kingdom, one of the largest nations of Uganda. The Mpindi chief is Mazige, whose headquarters are located in Muyenje in Busiro County in Uganda. The Mpindi clan has the mpindi, a Luganda word for cowpe ...

                                               

Mulondo of Buganda

He was the eldest surviving son of Kabaka Nakibinge Kagali, Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned between 1524 and 1554. His mother was Nabakyaala Namulondo, the fourth wife of his father and the Naabagereka. He was elected to succeed his father, upon h ...

                                               

Mwanga I of Buganda

He was the eldest son of Prince Musanje Golooba. His mother was Nabulya Naluggwa of the Ndiga clan, the second wife of his father. He ascended to the throne after the death of his uncle, Kabaka Mawanda Sebanakitta, in 1740.

                                               

Naakulabye

Naakulabye is located in Lubaga Division, in northwestern Kampala. It is bordered by Makerere Kikoni to the north, Makerere University Main Campus to the northeast and east, Old Kampala to the southeast, Namirembe Hill to the south, Lusaze to the ...

                                               

Nakibinge of Buganda

He was the eldest son of Kabaka Kayima Sendikaddiwa, the seventh Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned from 1494 until 1524. Kabaka Nakibinge ascended the throne upon the death of his father in 1524. He established his capital at Bumbu Hill.

                                               

Namirembe Hill

Namirembe is a hill in Kampala, Ugandas capital and largest city. It is also a common name given to girls in several Baganda clans. Namirembe comes from the Luganda word" mirembe” meaning" peace”. Namirembe loosely translates into "Full of Peace" ...

                                               

Namuggala of Buganda

He was the second son of Prince Musanje Golooba. His mother was Nabulya Naluggwa of the Ndiga clan, the second of his fathers wives. He ascended to the throne upon the death of his elder brother, Kabaka Mwanga I Sebanakitta, in 1741. He establish ...

                                               

Ndawula of Buganda

He was the fifth 5th son of Kabaka Juuko Mulwaana, Kabaka of Buganda, who reigned between 1680 and 1690. His mother was Nandawula Kabengano of the Nsenene clan, the fifth 5th of his fathers six 6 wives. He ascended to the throne upon the death of ...

                                               

Nnabagereka of Buganda

The Nnabagereka is the official title of the Queen consort of the Kingdom of Buganda, a traditional kingdom in modern-day Uganda. The current Nnabagereka is Sylvia Nagginda, who married Kabaka Muwenda Mutebi II of Buganda on 27 August 1999.

                                               

Order of the Shield and Spears

The Order of the Shield and Spears is the Kingdom of Bugandas highest honour. It was established by Daudi Cwa II of Buganda, Kabaka of the Buganda, for the purpose of recognizing excellent service to the kingdom. It is awarded annually by the Kab ...

                                               

Sezibwa River

The Sezibwa River is a river in Central Uganda, in East Africa. The name is derived from the Luganda phrase "sizibwa kkubo", which translates into "my path cannot be blocked".

                                               

Tebandeke of Buganda

Tebandeke Mujambula, sometimes spelled as Ttebandeke Mujambula, was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda between 1704 and 1724. He was the eighteenth Kabaka of Buganda.

                                               

Ttembo of Buganda

He was the only surviving son of Prince Lumansi, son of Kabaka Kimera. His mother was Nattembo. He killed his grandfather while on a hunting trip by clubbing him on the head. Accounts of the event differ; some say the event was an accident, while ...

                                               

Munyonyo Martyrs Shrine

The church is located at Munyonyo, Kampala, in Central Uganda. Munyonyo is located approximately 13 kilometres 8.1 mi, by road, south of the central business district of Kampala, Ugandas capital and largest city in that East African country.

                                               

Winyi of Kibulala

Wasswa Chwamale Mwanga Winyi was a reigning monarch of Bunyoro-Kitara during the period circa 1300 AD. His chief palace was located at Kibulala, Ssingo, where his remains are buried today. When Prince Kalemeera of Buganda, the only son of Ssekaba ...

                                               

Akech (queen)

Akech was a ruler in East Africa who flourished from 1760 until 1787. Akech was the second wife of Rwoth Nyabongo, ruler of the chiefdom of Paroketu. The royal line of succession had up until this point been patrilineal, and in due course Nyabong ...

                                               

Association of the Representatives of Bunyoro-Kitara

The Association of Representatives of the Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom CLBG ARKBK is a non-profit charity and NGO in the West-Ugandan kingdom of Bunyoro-Kitara. It was established by royal charter on August 27, 2009 by Omukama "King" Solomon Iguru I an ...

                                               

Hoima District

Hoima District is bordered by Buliisa District to the north, Masindi District to the northeast, Kyankwanzi District in the east, Kibaale District to the south, Ntoroko District to the southwest and the Democratic Republic of the Congo across Lake ...

                                               

Kibaale District

Kibaale District is bordered by Hoima District to the north, Kyankwanzi District to the north-east, Mubende District to the east, Kyegegwa District to the south-east, Kyenjojo District and Kabarole District to the south-west, and Ntoroko District ...

                                               

Iganga District

Iganga District is bordered by Kaliro District to the north, Namutumba District to the northeast, Bugiri District to the east, Mayuge District to the south, Jinja District to the southwest, and Luuka District to the west. The district headquarter ...

                                               

Kagulu Hill

The hill is located in Bugabula sub-county, Buyende District, in Ugandas Eastern Region. This is about 42 kilometres 26 mi north-east of Kamuli, the nearest town. Kagulu is approximately 106 kilometres 66 mi north of Jinja, the largest city in th ...

                                               

Rwenzururu movement

The Rwenzururu movement was an armed secessionist movement active in southwest Uganda, in the subnational kingdom of Tooro. The group was made up of Konjo and Amba fighters and was led by Isaya Mukirania. It disbanded in 1982 following successful ...

                                               

Colegiata de Santa Maria la Mayor (Toro)

The Collegiate church of Santa Maria la Mayor is a medieval church in Toro, province of Zamora, Spain. It is dedicated to Saint Mary the Great.

                                               

Kakende of Toro

Rukirabasaija Kakende Nyamuyonjo was Omukama of the Kingdom of Toro from 1875 until 1876 and from 1879 until 1880. He was the eighth Omukama of Bunyoro.

                                               

Kyebambe III of Toro

Rukirabasaija Daudi Kasagama Kyebambe III was Omukama of the Kingdom of Toro from 1891 until 1928. He was the tenth Omukama of Toro.

                                               

Olimi II of Toro

He was the eldest son of Rukirabasaija Kasunga Kyebambe Nyaika, Omukama of Toro, who reigned between 1866 and 1871 and between 1871 and 1872. It is not known who his mother was. He ascended to the throne following the death of his father in 1872.

                                               

Rububi Kyebambe II of Toro

He was the fourth son of Kasunga Kyebambe Nyaika, Omukama of Toro, from 1866 until 1871 and from 1871 until 1872. No mention is made of his mother. He ascended to the throne following the abdication of his elder brother, Rukirabasaija Isingoma Ru ...

                                               

Rukidi II of Toro

Rukirabasaija Isingoma Rukidi II was Omukama of the Kingdom of Toro for a few months in 1875. Toro was among the traditional kingdoms located within the borders of modern-day Uganda. He was the sixth Omukama of Toro.

                                               

Governor of the Bank of Uganda

The Governor of the Bank of Uganda is chief executive officer and the chairman of the board of directors of the Bank of Uganda. The current governor is Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile, who was first appointed to this position on 1 January 2001, and w ...

                                               

Constitution of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea

The constitution of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea is the basic law of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, a republic on the Crimean peninsula as part of Ukraine. The constitution establishes the republics status and authority within Ukraine. I ...

                                               

List of active Ukrainian military aircraft

The following is a list of military aircraft currently in service with the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Figures are sourced from the latest annual editions of Flight International which omit additions that have occurred in the past 6 years

                                               

Military Music Center of the Ukrainian Air Force

The Military Music Center of the Ukrainian Air Force serves as the official Military band service of the Ukrainian Air Force. It is a part of the Military Music Department of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

                                               

RPC Fort

In 1991 a new company was formed to design and manufacture small arms for Ukrainian Interior Ministry, Security Service and State Border Service of Ukraine. At the opening of Ukraines only facility serially manufacturing small arms at Fort in Mar ...

                                               

Kolchuga passive sensor

The Kolchuga passive sensor is an electronic-warfare support measures system developed in the Soviet Union and manufactured in Ukraine. Its detection range is limited by line-of-sight but may be up to 800 km for very high altitude, very powerful ...

                                               

Rocket Forces and Artillery (Ukraine)

The Rocket Forces and Artillery of the Ukrainian Ground Forces consist of units armed with tactical missiles, howitzers, cannons, mortars, jet-propelled and anti-tank artillery. They are tasked to destroy human resources, tanks, artillery, anti-t ...

                                               

Kiev Fortified Region

The Kiev Fortified Region is a fortified district in the Kiev area, a complex of defensive structures, consisting of permanent and field fortifications and engineering obstacles. It was built in the period from 1929 to 1941 for the protection of ...

                                               

Young Guard (Soviet resistance)

}} The Young Guard was an underground anti-fascist Komsomol organization, in the German-occupied Soviet city of Krasnodon. They were active during World War II, until January 1943. They carried out several acts of sabotage and protest before bein ...

                                               

Acting hetman

Acting Hetman or Appointed Hetman was a title during the 17th, and 18th centuries, in the Cossack Hetmanate. The acting hetman was the governing authority in the Cossack Hetmanate temporarily substituted for the Hetman.

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