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Bananas are grown everywhere in Uganda Featured Lakes Print

Bananas are grown everywhere in Uganda

Bananas are grown everywhere in Uganda. Originally native to Southeast Asia, there are now more banana and plantain varieties in the Great Lakes Region of Central Africa than any other place of the world. Green bananas cooked like potatoes and known

© Nigel Pavitt

Africa, African, Banana Plantation, Bananas, Carrying, Export, Farmer, Fort Portal, Fresh, Fruit, Indigenous, Jwl, Labourer, Matoke, Picker, Plantation, Produce, Smile, Smiling, Uganda, Western Uganda, Worker

Kitandara Lake, Kilembe Route, Rwenzori National Park, Kasese District, Uganda Featured Lakes Print

Kitandara Lake, Kilembe Route, Rwenzori National Park, Kasese District, Uganda

On Day 6, hikers on the Kilembe Route, Rwenzori National Park, Uganda, pass through the high altitude Afro Alpine vegetation zone and enjoy a view to Kitandara Lake with senecio trees (Dendrosencio adnivalis) and everlasting flowers (Helichrysum spp.) growing amid rocks in a lush landscape

© Morgan Trimble

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Kenya-Train-Lunatic Express-Flags Featured Lakes Print

Kenya-Train-Lunatic Express-Flags

The Indian (L) and British flags are seen in front of the "Lunatic Express" as it crosses the Rift Valley (background) near Nakura 20 December 2001 during a commemoration trip from Mombasa to Kisumu to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the railway. On December 20, 1901, after more than a decade of planning and construction, the tracks of Uganda Railway, also known as the Lunatic Express, or the Iron Snake, which began at the Indian Ocean port of Mombasa finally reached Port Florence (now Kisumu), on shore of Lake Victoria. The human cost of this controversial 900 kilometer project undertaken despite vociferous opposition in Britain's parliament, was enormous. AFP PHOTO/Pedro UGARTE / AFP PHOTO / PEDRO UGARTE

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