One great building in Kampala is Uganda House. Built between 1969 and 1980, it houses the headquarters of the Uganda People’s Congress, the country’s once-dominant political party.
I came across this great website with photos from the centre of Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture, principally taken around the city’s train station. They capture the essence of why visuals can be so powerful a tool to convey the changes that swept through postwar Japan.
1966 postcard with station area and castle in background
I have just returned from a two-week stint in Uganda visiting a dear friend. While exploring Kampala on foot, I managed to gather some material for a future publication. Herewith some impressions from the city.
View from Sheraton Hotel towards central Kampala, with new Bank of Uganda building in the centre