Kasubi Tombs In Uganda

Formed in the 1880s, the Kasubi Tombs were the site of the palace as well as the sacred burial grounds of the royal family of the Buganda tribe. This is an important religious and cultural site for the Buganda people and a historic monument of national importance. The place is located on a hill outside the city of Kampala in Uganda and is made of three major sections – the royal tombs, gravesites and other structures, and an agricultural area.

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