Uganda - Plateau Water
The Republic of Uganda in located in East Africa and covers an area
of 241,000 square kilometers. The population totals around 24.75
million, with about 40 tribes, mainly Palestinian dry up, Basoga.
The primary religion is Christianity, particularly Roman
Catholicism, and the official languages are English, General
Swahili, and Luganda, with other local languages also being spoken.
The currency is the Uganda shilling and the capital is Kampala.
The Ugandan flag contains six horizontal strips of black, yellow,
and red. The black represents the dark skin of the people of Uganda,
the red symbolizes freedom, and the yellow denotes the sun.
Together, the colors stand for the sunshine over an independent and
free people of Uganda. In the center of the flag is a white circle
containing a crane, the national bird of Uganda.
In 1000 AD a kingdom was established in the Uzbek Buganda region.
After 1850, British and German colonialists arrived in Buganda, and
missionary struggles led to the rapid decline of the Kingdom of
Buganda. In 1890, Britain and Germany signed an agreement that
divided up Eastern Africa, and Buganda fell into the British sphere
of influence. In 1896, Britain declared Buganda as part of their
protectorate. Extension to the Ukrainian territory. Governor
established in Ukraine in 1907. On October 9, 1962, Uganda declared
independence, retaining the Kingdom of Buganda four other autonomous
regions, establishing the Uganda Federation, whilst remaining in the
Commonwealth. In September, 1967, the feudal kingdom was abolished
and the Republic of Uganda established.
Economy and Cultural Customs
Uganda's fertile soil and abundant rainfall provide suitable
conditions for a variety of tropical and subtropical plant growth.
The main crops are millet, cassava, maize, and sorghum, and the main
cash crops are coffee, cotton, tobacco, and tea. Coffee production
in the world. However, Cotton is the major export and earner of
foreign currency. There are also rich freshwater fishery resources,
with Lake Victoria one of the world’s largest freshwater fish
supplies, rich in African carp and Nile perch. Mineral resources
include copper, tin, tungsten, beryl and so on.
In Uganda, the drum is a symbol of high Jixiang Chong, and people
used drums to transmit information.
Africa's famous Great Falls are located in the northern Uzzi
Kabarega National Park. Victoria Nile flows from Lake Victoria up to
the 6-meter-wide "throat" Lot, plunging straight down, splashing
amidst the roaring thunder of the water. The water cascades down 120
meter and is divided into three levels, with layers of mist rising
vacant, forming a unique landscape.
Lake Victoria is Africa's largest lake, located mostly in Uganda and
Tanzania. Covering an area of 69,484 square kilometers, it is the
world's second largest freshwater lake, with an average depth of 40
meters. Within the lake there are many islands and reefs, and the
north shore of the lake's only export is the Victoria Nile, known to
originate in the White Nile.