Sudan : Photos

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WOMAD UK10 Rango (Sudan)

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WOMAD UK10 Rango (Sudan)




2020 Olympic qualifier: Nigeria beat 5-0 Sudan

Nigeria U-23 football team on Tuesday, defeated their counterpart from Sudan, 5-0 in the second leg of their 2020 Tokyo Olympic qualifier. The match, which was played at the main bowl of the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, saw the Nigerian team dominating the entire 90 minutes regulation time. In the 13 minute of the […]


nnn.com.ng/2020-olympic-qualifier-nigeria-beat-5-0-sudan/




Cairo ICT 2018: President Sisi attends inauguration ceremony

-https://www.ceoafrica.com/viewnews.php?tabnews=66430




Ankole-Watusi Cattle

South Sudan




Mundari Cattle Camp

South Sudan




Pyramids at Jebel Barkal, SUDAN

Ancient Kush Empire burial site




Pyramids at Jebel Barkal, SUDAN

Ancient Kush Empire burial site




Sudanese Sufi ceremony; Omdurman

Sufi dancing and drumming at the tomb of Hamed el-Nil, Omdurman, Sudan




Omdurman camel market, SUDAN

Alice Mutasa at PlacesandSeasons posted a photo:

Omdurman camel market, SUDAN




Meroe pyramids; SUDAN

Ancient pyramids and temples built by the Kush Empire; Sudan




Ali: Omdurman camel market, SUDAN

Alice Mutasa at PlacesandSeasons posted a photo:

Ali: Omdurman camel market, SUDAN




Mohamed - Ful chef, near Suakin, Sudan

Mohamed - Ful chef, near Suakin
'Ful' is the Sudanese national dish; it's made in and served from this massive metal pot




Tahir; Suakin port, Sudan

grinding coffee at Suakin port




WOMAD UK10 Rango (Sudan)

inyathi posted a photo:

WOMAD UK10 Rango (Sudan)




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Julien Richa posted a photo:

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A picnic in the late 1950s

An interesting snap taken on a camera I no longer have, a brown plastic folding Kodak. This is a crop from a 31/4 x 2/14 snap so the lens cannot have been too bad.

On the left is a Japanese Phd student / professor who was doing post graduate work at Bristol University. The chap on the right was an engineering post grad and worked for Sudanese Railways - both were lodging with a friend of the family. We took Nuir, the chap from Sudan to Swindon Works one day and he was so pleased he gave me 5! I always wonder what happened to both of them.

This must have been taken by the people on the bikes leaning on the hedge which must have been some where near Bristol.




F-OIHA A-300B4-622R Sudan Airways

Paris CDG 6.6.99

copyright 1999 Chris Chennell




Sudan Archives @ THING Festival 8-25-2019

Photos by Jake Hanson




Sudan Archives @ THING Festival 8-25-2019

Photos by Jake Hanson




Sudan Archives @ THING Festival 8-25-2019

Photos by Jake Hanson





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