5 Places must see in Sudan

There’s so many places to visit in Sudan. Common places are:

1) Dinder National Park
is a national park lies approximately 400 kilometers (250 mi) southeast of Khartoum, on either side of the Dinder River bounded to the north by the Rahad River.[2]The town of Dinder (100 kilometers (62 mi) northwest) acts as a gateway for tourists wishing to enter the Park.

2) Jebel Barkal
Is a very small mountain located some 400 km north of Khartoum, in Karima townin Northern State in Sudan, on a large bend of the Nile River, in the region called Nubia. The mountain is 98 m tall, has a flat top, and apparently was used as a landmark by the traders in the important route between central Africa, Arabia, and Egypt, as the point where it was easier to cross the great river. In 2003, the mountain, together with the historical city of Napata (which sits at its feet), were named World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

3) Sanqib
Is an island of the Red Sea State which is a marine reserve located near the city of Port Sudan in the Sudanese territorial waters within the Red Sea . The first marine reserve in Sudan . The reserve is characterized by the existence of coral reefs and the accompanying presence of plants and animals from fish and other marine life. It was decided to become protected by a decision of its date ( 1January 1990 ). It is an island stretching from north to south 6 km long and 2 km wide. It includes three inland lakes , creating multiple flora and fauna. It is the only island in the Red Sea where the Atoll coral reef is completed. It is maintained by special forces trained by the Sudanese police.

4) National Museum of Sudan
is a double storied building constructed in 1955 and established as a museum in 1971. The building and its surrounding gardens house the largest and most comprehensive Nubianarchaeological collection in the world including objects from the Paleolithic through to the Islamic period originating from every site of importance in the Sudan. In particular it houses collections of these periods of the History of Sudan: Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, A-Group culture, C-Group culture, Kerma Culture, Middle Kingdom of Egypt, New Kingdom of Egypt, Napata, Meroë, X-Group culture and medieval Makuria.

5) Khalifa House Museum
is an ethnographic museum, located opposite the Mahdi’s tomb in the city of Omdurman in Sudan. It was the residence of the successor of the Mahdi, Kalifa Abdallahi ibn Muhammad and the headquarters of the administration of the Mahdi State. The House was transferred to a museum in 1928.The Khalifa House Museum contains artefacts covering the Mahdiyah rule during the last two decades of the nineteenth century such as suits of mail, Mahdist coins, flimsy banknotes issued by Gordon during the Siege of Khartoum, swords and personal belongings of the Kalifa. Some rooms are dedicated to the Battle of Omdurman showcasing rifles, banners, speers and robes obtained from the battle field. Included within this are photos of Khartoum during this time and its subsequent occupation by the British.

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