Jinja War Cemetery is a peaceful and well-kept graveyard where rows of white headstones mark the final resting places of both European and African soldiers who died in World War I and World War II.
Today, the city of Jinja on the banks of Lake Victoria is best known for two things: It’s the historic source of the Nile River, and is now one of the main hubs in East Africa for outdoor activities like kayaking, mountain biking, and quad biking.
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