Kibuli Mosque

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Kampala, Uganda

Kibuli Mosque Kampala Reviews

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Landmark and Religious Site in Kampala Jul 27, 2008
Kibuli Mosque is the biggest Muslim religious site in Kampala. It is also the oldest mosque in Kampala. Located on Kibuli hill, it is of religious, cultural and historical significance. The land on which it is built is the oldest hill in Kampala, originally owned by the Kabaka of Buganda, he donated most of it to have the Mosque constructed.

Kibuli Mosque is also counted among Kampala’s Landmark buildings because of it’s religious and historical significance. Highly recommended if you find yourself in Uganda. Do take a look at my List of “Sacred Destinations and Religious Sites of the World” for more reviews on religious sites in Kampala. The following are recommended:

1. Namiremebe Cathedral

2. Namugongo Martyrs’s Shrine/Cathedral

3. Bahai Temple

4. Rubaga Cathedral

5. Christ the King Church

6. Hindu Temple
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Andy99 says:
I'm wondering if this is the mosque from whch one could hear the muezzin's call across the city.
Posted on: Nov 18, 2010
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