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Sudan or the Republic of Sudan is a country located in the northeastern side of the continent of Africa, bordered by Eritrea and Ethiopia to the east, Libya and Egypt to the north, the Central African Republic and Chad to the west, and South Sudan to the south, and it is ranked globally as the largest country in the continent of Africa, and its capital is Khartoum, What is indicated is that the Nile River divides the lands of the State of Sudan into two parts, namely the western section and the eastern section, and Sudan is home to many ancient civilizations, including: the Kingdom of Kush, Nubatia, Meroe, Maqara and Alwa.

The most important thing that Sudan is famous for

Natural Resources

Sudan is famous for its richness in various natural resources, due to its possession of many vast areas, in addition to containing many green areas, and this may have made it a country famous for many agricultural crops, including: fruit, sesame, cotton, corn, and vegetables, as it is distinguished In many industries such as: cement, textile, gum, oil refining and pattern, other than raising livestock.


Sudan is a tourist destination for large numbers of tourists, whether from the western or Arab world, due to the presence of extensive forests, deserts and lakes, in addition to many temples and monuments.

The most important tourist attractions in Sudan

Pyramids and the effects of Nubia

There are about two hundred and twenty pyramids in Sudan, the number of its pyramids exceeds the number of the Egyptian pyramids, and it is located in the northern state, and is five hundred kilometers from the capital, Khartoum, and perhaps the most important distinguishing feature is that it is the oldest pyramids in the Nile Valley, it was built by the Kushite rulers, in addition to these pyramids There are many ancient temples, among them: the Lion Temple Apedemak, the Romen Kiosk, and the Temple of Amun, all of which are located in the province of Naqaa.

Kitchener’s Gate in Sukun

It is an ancient historical city located on the eastern side of Sudan, specifically on the coast of the Red Sea, it was built on an atoll, as it was surrounded by a fence with five gates, and perhaps the most important distinguishing feature is that its buildings are composed of many beautiful inscriptions and decorations.

The shores of the Red Sea

The shores of the Red Sea are characterized by the purity of their water and their transparency, as well as being free of marine pollutants, and large numbers of tourists flock to it, especially lovers of scuba diving and water sports, and it contains many coral reefs, as there is an island named Sinqunaib, which is considered the only island that is completed The coral reefs are cycled in the Red Sea and are also replete with aquatic organisms.

Jebel Marra

It is one of the most tourist attractions in the Darfur region, and it is characterized by the diversity of its plants, as well as the diversity of its wildlife, in addition to that it contains a volcanic opening located on top of it, and there are two lakes, and there is a reserve that contains many birds such as: Houbara, and storks, Geese, ducks.

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