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Lubaga Division

Lubaga Division is one of the divisions that makes up the city of Kampala, Uganda. The division takes its name from Lubaga, where the division headquarters are located. The city's five divisions are:

Location

Lubaga Division is in the western part of the city, bordering Wakiso District to the west and south of the division. The eastern boundary of the division is Kampala Central Division. Kawempe Division lies to the north of Lubaga Division. The coordinates of the division are:00 18N, 32 33E (Latitude:0.3029; Longitude:32.5529). Neighborhoods in the division include Mutundwe, Nateete, Lungujja, Busega, Lubaga, Mengo, Namungoona, Lubya, Lugala, Bukesa, Naakulabye, Kasubi and Kawaala.

Landmarks

The following landmarks are located in Lubaga Division:

  • St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral
  • Residence of the Cardinal of Kampala
  • Residence of the Archbishop of Kampala Archdiocese
  • Lubaga Hospital - A 300-bed community hospital administered by the Catholic Archdiocese of Kampala[1]
  • Lubaga Nurses School
  • Lubaga Miracle Center - A Pentecostal Congregation Church
  • Pope Paul VI Memorial Community Center
  • Headquarters of Lubaga Division
  • Mengo Palace - The Lubiri is located in Lubaga Division
  • Bulange Office Complex - Houses the Buganda Parliament and offices of the Kabaka of Buganda

See also

References

Coordinates: 00°18′N 32°33′E / 0.300°N 32.550°E / 0.300; 32.550

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