The Bahai House of Worhip (1958)
Surrounded by extensive gardens, the Mother Temple for Africa was designed to fit with Uganda’s Culture and environment. With its nine-sided circular shape and striking dome, it was built under the supervision of the architects of the Bulange. At the time, the highest Building in East Africa, it remains one of the largest religious structures in Africa.
Historical Buildings and Sites Project
Historical buildings and sites in Kampala, Entebbe, Jinja, and Fort Portal have been documented with their history and significance to Uganda. The purpose of the project is to preserve and conserve historical buildings. Read more about the project here
Check out our key resources on this project
Beyond the Reeds and Bricks; Historical Sites and Buildings in Kampala, Jinja, and Entebbe
The photographic book documents the history of historical buildings and sites in Kampala, Jinja, and Entebbe. The book is sold at 150,000 shillings at Aristoc Book in Kampala and it is available at CCFU offices in Kampala.
Uganda’s Built Heritage mobile App
The App documents the history and location of the historical buildings and sites in Kampala, Jinja, and Entebbe. For Android users, download the app here; https://apkpure.com/uganda-s-built-heritage/ug.tyrohq.ccfu.builtheritage and here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ugandas-built-heritage/id14575536 for I phone users.
Historical Buildings and Sites
Find out more about Uganda’s historical towns and cities, and their iconic buildings and sites from your mobile phone or tablet. Respective city maps can be downloaded below;
Read more about our work in regard to the preservation and promotion of Uganda’s built heritage