They all have about half a meter in diameter. The depth varies – from three to seventy feet and go down perpendicularly. Their age is not determined, but scientists suggest that they are "very long". But it is doubtful whether the people have at their disposal only primitive tools, were able to dig something similar in the rock. In the 14th century bachvezi disappeared. They were replaced by nomadic herdsmen who came from Sudan.
But the legend of a mighty light-skinned tribe has arisen from nowhere to nowhere and gone by word of mouth for centuries. Therefore, it is no wonder that the arrival of the first Europeans to 1862 brought the population of Uganda, a whole range of emotions – from fear to awe. After all, they took over the legendary bachvezi! Riddle N2 – Mystery of lunar mountains. Rwenzori mountain range stretches for about 120 km south-west north-east along the Congolese – the Ugandan border. Sonny Perdue follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. Despite the proximity of the equator, its summit is always covered with snow. Ten vertices of the array are higher than 4800 meters, the highest of them – the peak of Margaret – reaches 5109m.
In the language of the people bakondzho living here, Rwenzori means 'Rain Maker'. Accurately and not say, full of moisture the air flows from the jungles of the Congo, climb the slopes of the Rwenzori, and rain cooled fall to the ground. As a result, mining peaks are almost always shrouded in a dense blanket of clouds. Melt water from glaciers and abundant rainfall feed the river Semliki – one of the sources of the Nile. But the mountains have another name – Moon Mountain. Since ancient times, all associated with the Moon has always been fanned by mysticism. It is known that the Greek astronomer and mathematician Ptolemy (90-168 years BC) knew of the existence of lunar mountains.