The country of Sudan still attracts tourists in many areas, particularly to Khartoum. The state capital is located at a conjunction between the Blue Nile and the White Nile, the first flowing from Lake Victoria, and the latter from Ethiopia. When both Niles meet it is often called the al-Mogran.
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Khartoum is haven for tourists who love site-seeing and shopping. The National Museum of Sudan displays great epochs of Sudanese history including exhibits of historic Egyptian temples. Other sites include the Palace Museum and the Presidential Palace that is just adjacent to it.
You will enjoy shopping for cheap but incredible stuff in Khartoum. They have open markets called souqs. The Souq Arabi is the largest in the region and it is located south of the Great Mosque. There are many sections of merchandise here including one that sells gold.
But what a tourist shouldn’t miss is seeing Khartoum at night, as it is very scenic. Khartoum is indeed a beauty amidst the all the wrath.