What landmarks are in Sudan?
The most famous natural landmarks are probably the White and Blue Nile Rivers, which join to become the Nile River.
Man-made landmarks include the small Egyptian pyramids that you see along the upper portions of the nile river.
temple of oh kohana, the nile tribute, and the great ravine Read More
One landmark is the Temple of Oh Kohana. The Nile tribute is, too. You could also use the great ravine as a landmark. Read More
Algeria is larger than Sudan, Considering the fact that Sudan has split into South Sudan and Sudan Read More
Port Sudan is located in Sudan, Africa. The latitude correspondents for Port Sudan are 19.6167. The longitude of Port Sudan is 37.2167. Read More
South Sudan formed through a referendum which make South Sudan separate from Sudan. Read More
Now Sudan has split up so north of Sudan is rules by Arabs and south of Sudan is ruled by Africans. Read More
Its Natural Landmarks has to do with stuff Read More
The name derives from the Arabic bilad as-sudan or "the lands of the Blacks". Read More
Some like the deserts or grasslands in sudan i live in sudan Read More
Khartoum is the capital of Sudan. The Sudanese Pound is the currency of Sudan. Read More
Greece is known for all of their landmarks. A few of the most popular landmarks are the Parthenon, Acropolis of Athens, and the Plaka. Read More
The country code and area code of Port Sudan, Sudan is 249, (0)311. Read More
The main Landmarks are Jupiter because it is closer Read More
a landmark in germany is the peral bridge :) Read More
No: Sudan is a country which borders Egypt to the South. Sudan is the largest country in Africa. Read More
From Port Sudan To Khartoum is Arround 1070 Meters Read More
Sudan is a country split between 2 religions:Christianity and Islam.They are thinking now of spliting Sudan into two different countries.North Sudan is the Islamic side and south Sudan is the christian side. Read More
Sudan was conquered by the Khedivate of Egypt (which was an ethnically Turkish government of Egypt) in 1821 and which ruled in 1885. Sudan had a brief revolt and quasi-independence until the creation of the British-Egyptian joint colony of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan from 1896-1956. Read More