Haddendowa tribe women in Kassala Mosque, Sudan | by christophe_cerisier

Haddendowa tribe women in Kassala Mosque, Sudan | by christophe_cerisier

Jebel Barkal, Sudan

Jebel Barkal, Sudan

Traditional Nubian archway on the Blue Nile in Sudan

Traditional Nubian archway on the Blue Nile in Sudan

Nubia, Sudán: las pirámides que son anteriores a las pirámides de Egipto. (Sudán - los faraones negros).

Nubia, Sudán: las pirámides que son anteriores a las pirámides de Egipto. (Sudán - los faraones negros).

The ruins of a kiosk discovered in Naga, religious site near to the ancient Kush city of Meroe, where the rulers were one of the earliest civilisations in the Nile region

Meroë in Sudan, the World Heritage Site that remains in Egypt's shadow

The ruins of a kiosk discovered in Naga, religious site near to the ancient Kush city of Meroe, where the rulers were one of the earliest civilisations in the Nile region

Naqa | Sudan | Africa Decorated window in the Kiosk

Naqa | Sudan | Africa Decorated window in the Kiosk

Sudan 1951 Official SG O72 Fine Used Scott SG O49 Other Sudan Stamps HERE

Sudan 1951 Official SG O72 Fine Mint

Sudan 1951 Official SG O72 Fine Used Scott SG O49 Other Sudan Stamps HERE

Pirámides de Meroe, Sudán.

Pirámides de Meroe, Sudán.

These are what REAL Egyptians used to look like.The Afar people are currently across Ethiopia. ☥

These are what REAL Egyptians used to look like.The Afar people are currently across Ethiopia. ☥

Sudan, circa 1940.

Sudan, circa 1940.

Sudán,África perteneciente al imperio británico.

Sudán,África perteneciente al imperio británico.

A cemetery in the desert surrounding the medieval city of Old Dongola, Sudan, on Monday, March 26, 2007. Old Dongola was the capital of the Christian kingdom of Makuria which, from the 7th to the 14th centuries, controlled the river Nile from the First Cataract southwards, possibly as far as Atbara.

A cemetery in the desert surrounding the medieval city of Old Dongola, Sudan, on Monday, March 26, 2007. Old Dongola was the capital of the Christian kingdom of Makuria which, from the 7th to the 14th centuries, controlled the river Nile from the First Cataract southwards, possibly as far as Atbara.

Africa | Dinka man stands on an old truck tire while thatching his hut near Malakal in southern Sudan. ©Robert Caputo

Africa | Dinka man stands on an old truck tire while thatching his hut near Malakal in southern Sudan. ©Robert Caputo

Alnoor Mosque, Sudan by Mohammed Sukki on 500px

Alnoor Mosque, Sudan by Mohammed Sukki on 500px

St. Matthew's Cathedral, Khartoum, Sudan

St. Matthew's Cathedral, Khartoum, Sudan

Sudan travel guide: 2-week itinerary plus everything you need to know for backpacking, from accommodation to transport, security, language and much more!

Sudan Travel Guide: A backpacking itinerary

Sudan travel guide: 2-week itinerary plus everything you need to know for backpacking, from accommodation to transport, security, language and much more!

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