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About Country

Approximately 45 million (2021 estimate)
Population Density
25 people per square kilometer
$40.49 billion (nominal, 2020 estimate)
Arabic is the official language, with English widely spoken as well
Sudanese pound (SDG)
National Dish
Ful medames, a dish made from fava beans, is a popular breakfast food in Sudan
Islam is the predominant religion in Sudan, with a significant Christian minority
Sudan has a hot desert climate in the north and a tropical savanna climate in the south
Main Industries
Agriculture, including cotton, gum arabic, and sesame, as well as petroleum and mining
Level of Development
Sudan is considered a developing country with a human development index (HDI) ranking of 174 out of 189 countries (2020)
Approximately 1.88 million square kilometers

Embark on a journey to Sudan 🇸🇩 – explore ancient pyramids 🕌, immerse yourself in its vibrant culture 🎭, and discover untouched landscapes 🏜️. Experience the rich history and unique heritage of this captivating African nation!

Sudan is a country located in northeastern Africa. It is the third-largest country in Africa and is bordered by Egypt to the north, Libya to the northwest, Chad to the west, the Central African Republic to the southwest, South Sudan to the south, Ethiopia to the southeast, and Eritrea to the east.


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Main Attractions

Some of the main tourist attractions in Sudan include:

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    Pyramids of Meroe: a collection of more than 200 pyramids located near the ancient city of Meroe, dating back to the Kingdom of Kush.

  • 2

    Jebel Barkal: a holy mountain near the city of Karima, home to the ruins of several ancient temples and pyramids.

  • 3

    Nubian Desert: a vast desert region in northern Sudan, known for its unique rock formations and sand dunes.

  • 4

    Sanganeb National Park: a protected marine park located on an atoll in the Red Sea, known for its vibrant coral reefs and marine life.

  • 5

    National Museum of Sudan: a museum in Khartoum that houses a collection of artifacts and antiquities from ancient Sudanese civilizations.

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    Bayuda Desert: a region in central Sudan known for its stunning landscapes and ancient ruins.

  • 7

    Suakin Island: a historic island near the city of Port Sudan, known for its beautiful coral reefs and colonial-era architecture.

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    Kassala: a city in eastern Sudan known for its colorful markets and unique architecture.

  • 9

    Wadi Halfa: a town located on the banks of Lake Nasser, with beautiful views of the surrounding desert landscape.

  • 10

    Dinder National Park: a large protected area in southeastern Sudan, home to a variety of wildlife including elephants, lions, and giraffes.

These are just a few examples of the many attractions that Sudan has to offer. The country has a rich cultural heritage and history, with ancient civilizations dating back thousands of years.


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