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Sudan is the largest and one of the most diverse countries in Africa, home to deserts, mountain ranges, swamps and rain forests.



Sudan, in northeast Africa, is the largest country on the continent,

The 10th largest country in the world.

Measuring about one-third the size of the United States. Its neighbors are Chad and the Central African Republic on the west, Egypt and Libya on the north, Ethiopia and Eritrea on the east, and Kenya, Uganda, and Democratic Republic of the Congo on the south. The Red Sea washes about 500 mi of the eastern coast. It is traversed from north to south by the Nile, all of whose great tributaries are partly or entirely within its borders.
 

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sudan as tourist hub

here is a reason why Sudan can be a tourist hub in africa

a picture from Erkawit


hotel in port sudan



kassala

go up north


and also south

 

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Khartoum New International Airport-KNIA

Khartoum New International Airport-KNIA​

RATE IT WITH YOUR FAVORITE SMILIES​






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INTERIOR​
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NTC tower -KHARTOUM- SUDAN

NTC tower -KHARTOUM- SUDAN





National Telecommunication Corporation (NTC)



 

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The blue and white nile-Khartoum-sudan

The blue and white nile-Khartoum-Sudan
the only place in the world where two river of different color meet​










 

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Road construction near Juba-SUDAN


Road construction near Juba-SUDAN

some roads are finally being built, juba-sudan

earth compressed by road roller ,JUBA-SUDAN

The road will ultimately have a further two layers, with a gravel top,JUBA-SUDAN
 

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Nimule National Park-Nimule- Sudan


The White Nile river goes through the Nimule National Park in southern Sudan, Friday, Oct. 12, 2007.
 

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very nice !!! I like to see the positive side we awlays here negative stuff in news good to see these lovely pics
 

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nubia(old stamp)-sudan


nubia(old stamp)-sudan

A relief on the shrine of King Taharqa which was originally erected in the Temple of Amun at Kawa in Nubia. It shows the ram headed Khnum. 25th Dynasty.

Statue of a god: 25th Dynasty perhaps represents the features of Taharqa. Only recently identified it is on loan from Southampton City Council.
 
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