Sudan - World Fact - Hostel in Europe





Sudan

Sudan Sudan is one of the larges countries in Africa and is considered a relic for those people wanting to explore this exotic country. Deserts and oasis are the main characteristics of Sudan, but these deserts gave birth to a great civilization which buit pyramids as well as important cities along the Nile River. Sailing on the Nile and overlooking Sudan's rugged land will be an experience of a lifetime if you try and come to this land. Hostel in Europe Network

Area: 2.503.883 Km2
Population: 36.080.000 (2001 est.)
Density: 14 pop/Km2

System of government: Presidential Republic
Capital: Khartoum (480.000 pop., 2.249.000 urban aggl.)
Major cities: Omdurman 530.000 pop., North Khartoum 345.000 pop., Port Sudan 210.000 pop.
Ethnic majority: Arab 40%, Nilotic 30%, Beja 6%, others 24%
Border countries: Egypt NORTH, Chad and Central African Republic WEST, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda SOUTH, Kenya SOUTH-EAST, Ethiopia and Eritrea EAST

Principal mountains: Kinyeti 3187 m
Principal rivers: Nile 3850 Km (sudanese tract, total 6671 Km)
Principal lakes: Khazzan ar Rusayris 450 Km2
Principal islands: Mukawwar
Climate: Tropical arid

Language: Arabic (official), Dinka, Nuet, Beja and others
Religion: Muslim 70%, Indigenous Beliefs 18%, Christian 5%
Currency: Sudanese Dinar (SDD)

Fixed public holidays: 1/1, 3/3, 6/4, 25/5, 30/6, 25/12
Dialling code: 00249
GMT: +3

World Heritage List:






Let's socialize
follow us on facebook follow us on twitter follow us on youtube


Copyright © 1998-2020 HostelinEurope.com All rights reserved. Beta 3.5 - Developed by intuisco.co.uk | Privacy Policy


About Hostel

The Hostelintheworld.com Network made the first page in 1998 to give presence online to the Hostels before in Europe now All over the World.

The Network list over 12000 Hostels and reach over 1.5M unique guests during the 2019. Welcome to the Best Hostels in the World.



Customer support
hostelsnetworks@gmail.com
Home | Top Hostels | Hostel's Map | News | On the road | World Fact | Contact | spacer