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Photos: When Europe ‘Visited’ Kampala For 3 Days

There was excitement written all over the faces of the guests as Europe literally visited Kampala for three days. The European Business Forum hosted the 1st of its kind, Annual Business Hub and Food Festival dubbed ‘3 Days in Europe’ from Friday 6th  to Sunday 8th May. The 3-day long event which aimed at facilitating business development, trade partnerships as well as cultural exchange between Europe and Uganda, took place at the Sheraton gardens in Kampala.

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The 3-day festival which was a pre-curser to the upcoming European Union and East Africa summit,  highlighted trade opportunities alongside cultural diversity and exchange of opportunities in association with embassies, missions and private businesses.

The Festival was also aimed at celebrating and embracing European and Ugandan cultural diversity through food, beverage, fashion and entertainment. Cuisine restaurants demonstrated top notch European recipes with the use of local ingredients. Top Chef’s from Europe showcased some of their signature cuisines in creative recipes and the finest wines selected by some of the finest restaurants.

Some of the highlights included the classic fashion display by renown Ugandan designer Sylvia Owori with a touch of Europe, Chef Gregory from Italy doing his magic, and artiste Kwizera painting a mural of the activates at the festival live at the scene.

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Chef Gregory from Italy doing his thing

There was excitement written all over the faces of the guests as Europe literally visited Kampala for three days. The European Business Forum hosted the 1st of its kind, Annual Business Hub and Food Festival dubbed ‘3 Days in Europe’ from Friday 6th  to Sunday 8th May. The 3-day long event which aimed at facilitating business development, trade partnerships as well as cultural exchange between Europe and Uganda, took place at the Sheraton gardens in Kampala.

The 3-day festival which was a pre-curser to the upcoming European Union and East Africa,  highlighted trade opportunities alongside cultural diversity and exchange of opportunities in association with embassies, missions and private businesses.

The Festival was also aimed at celebrating and embracing European and Ugandan cultural diversity through food, beverage, fashion and entertainment. Cuisine restaurants demonstrated top notch European recipes with the use of local ingredients. Top Chef’s from Europe showcased some of their signature cuisines in creative recipes and the finest wines selected by some of the finest restaurants.

Some of the highlights included the classic fashion display by renown Ugandan designer Sylvia Owori with a touch of Europe, Chef Gregory from Italy doing his magic, and artist Kwizera painting a mural of the activates at the festival live at the scene.Check out the best shots we had.

 

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Girls day out

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The dances were epic

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The Street Theatre performances were an attraction

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This lucky couple walked away with goodies

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And the acrobatics were a sight to behold too

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There was plenty of food and wine for the guests

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This family had a taste of the yummy dessert by Gregory

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Here we are. The revellers enjying the moment

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Alex Kwizera painting on the second day of the festival

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Adorable faces at the festival

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The special dessert

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Designer Sylvia Owori looking fresh after she showcased her designs

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Children having fun at the kid’s play area

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Galaxy FMs DJ Nimrod spinning the discs at the festival

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The exhibition hall was busy through out

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Its play time

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