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Murchison Falls Stamp


Murchison Falls was named by Sir Samuel Baker after Sir Roderick Murchison, the president of the Royal Geographical Society at the time. Their iconic nature in Uganda accounts for their inclusion on many colonial and post-colonial stamps.


Ernest Hemingway Lost in Uganda Article




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