Sudan, it is a country in North Africa. The capital of Sudan is Khartoum.
The countryside of Sudan contains mostly of plains that are intermittent by numerous highlands. The Malala Mountains are located at the highest point in the country, 3042 m above sea level, at the western end of the country. The Red Sea is at the northeastern end of the country. The Driba Crater is located in Darfur and became the highest point in Sudan after South Sudan's independence from land. The crater has a diameter of 5 to 8 km and is located on the outer edge and is filled with water. Important Sudanese rivers are the White Nile and the Blue Nile, where they converge in Khartoum and form the Nile, which flows directly through Egypt into the Mediterranean. The Binder and Lahad rivers are tributaries of the Blue Nile. The Blue Nile route winds through Sudan and is approximately 800 kilometers long. There is no significant tributary of the White Nile within the country. The lowest point in the country is the Red Sea (0 m).
On political map, you can see the major roads, cities, borders and neighboring countries.
Khartoum is the capital of modern Sudan and one of the largest cities in the country. Khartoum held an important political position a long time ago. Historic battles and sieges took place, much like the clash of British and Mahdi forces in the 19th century. Almost everyone on this planet knows the division of the Red Sea in the Bible. As a result, all visitors visited the magnificent turquoise waters of Sudan. Coral reefs add additional shade to the beauty of the Red Sea. Dade National Park is the pride and joy of Sudan. The park is a nature lover's paradise, perfect for adventure activities such as hiking and safari adventures. There are wild animals such as lions, elephants, kudus, leopards and antelopes.