Documentation of the restoration process of local Buganda architecture at the Kasubi hills in Kampala.
Emil, Zola Kamanda
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The Kasubi tombs are the resting place for the four Kings of Buganda. All four Kings are buried within the Mozibu Azaala Mpanga, a unique structure which offers an unparalleled insight into the precolonial tradition of Uganda. Being constructed almost entirely from various materials both botanical and man made originating materials, there are considerable issues of preservation and conservation that have to be tackled at the site is by no means a straight forward process because of a number of issues.