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Monuments

Monuments

Entebbe has many free and easy to access monuments that include those in the city center and a few on the outskirts. Don’t leave Entebbe without paying homage to these fabulous sculptures the country has to offer. Below is a list of monuments in Kampala.

Educational Monuments
Most universities and a few colleges in Uganda have got at least a monument (s) symbolizing the role of education.The education monument at Kyambogo University in Kampala depicts three children striving to touch a book. The monument was built in celebration of the 100 years of the education sector in Uganda

The Independence Monument
Address:
Speke Road, Kampala, Uganda
Description:
The Independence Monument, standing majestically at a height of 6 metres, is a must see if you are travelling to Kampala. The monument situated in the heart of the capital between the Sheraton Kampala Hotel, Grand Imperial Hotel and Stan-Chart bank, is one of the most distinctive landmark of Uganda.

Nantawetwa Monument
Address:
Kabaka Anjagala Road, Lubaga, Kampala, Uganda
Description:
Nantawetwa Junction honors His Majesty the King as He travels from His palace (Lubiri) to His office Bulange/ Parliament, He must pass through this roundabout with subjects on the sides.

The Statue of Leadership
Address:
Amber House Ltd, Speke Road, Kampala, Uganda
Description:
The Statue of Leadership situated outside Amber House (Kampala road) may be considered as a cerebration of one of Uganda’s major milestones – the introduction of electricity. Situated overlooking the Kampala road, the Statue of Leadership sculpture depicts Sir Apollo Michael Kawalya Kaggwa, who is perhaps best known for his vision and foresight in accelerating the kingdom’s development.

The Centenary Monument
Address:
Centenary Park, Kampala, Uganda
Description:
The Centenary monument located at the popular Centenary Park in Kampala, along Jinja road and neighbouring Hotel Africana, was erected to commemorate a centenary of Kampala City Council’s (the city planning and administrating body) existence and its contribution to social economic development of the city.