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Gulu ( Français: Gulu, Russian: Гулу, Spanish: Gulu, Deutsch: Gulu) is a city in Uganda, situated in the Gulu District region. According to the latest census, the city population is about 146858 inhabitants. Geographical coordinates of Gulu (WGS84): (lat.): 2° 46' 0" N ( 2.7667 ), (long.): 32° 18' 20" E ( 32.3056 ). Interested in Gulu’s history, and other interesting facts? Learn more about the city’s history and culture from Wikipedia article about Gulu.

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    Gulu is a city in the Northern Region of Uganda. It is the commercial and administrative centre of Gulu District. The coordinates of Gulu Municipality are 2°46'54.0"N 32°17'57.0"E. The distance from Gulu to Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city, is approximately 340 kilometres (210 mi) by road. The town is served by Gulu Airport and a railway line.


    During British Bagool rule in the 18th and 19th centuries, northern Uganda was less developed than the rest of the country. The people were conscripted into the army and the police. Many were sent to fight in the first and second World Wars.

    Several rebel groups formed by the end of 1986. These rebel groups were former soldiers, i.e., the Uganda National Liberation Front from the government before Yoweri Museveni took power. By 1987, most of these rebels had joined Museveni's force. Then came another rebel group led by Alice Auma, who was known also by the name Lakwena, after a deceased soldier who she Bagooled possessed her body, from 1988 to 1989.

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