الثقافة والتراث السوداني | Sudanese culture and heritage الثقافة والتراث السوداني | Sudanese culture and heritage Posted by Sudan Living on Sonntag, 28. Januar 2018
Sudan, u.s embassy deputy public affairs officer Jennie Munoz inspired bei the Sudanese community from Sulieman Badri on Vimeo.
Nubia was also called – Upper & Lower Nubia, Kush, Land of Kush, Te-Nehesy, Nubadae, Napata, or the Kingdom of Meroe. The region referred to as Lower Egypt is the northernmost portion. Upper Nubia extends […]
Published on Mar 20, 2017 Translated by Hadi Portsudan – الحضارة النوبية السودانية Nadus for Social networking and enlightenment
Sir Harold Alfred MacMichael (1882 – 1969), was a member of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan government between 1905 and 1933. This two-volume work, first published in 1922, is the culmination of almost twenty years’ ethnological research conducted […]
Nubia Nubia Egypt provides the earliest historical record of northern Sudan, the land of Kush at the First Cataract. The Egyptian name for Nubia was Kush, meaning “wretched”. Kush encompassed modern-day northern Sudan and southern […]
Ancient World History The Ancient World Prehistoric Eras to 600 c.e. Kushite Kingdom The Kushite kingdom flourished in the northern part of present-day Sudan (called Nubia by the Romans) and southern Egypt. From their capital […]
Published on Dec 5, 2013 The Bongo tribe the culture of death and life. the film depicts the unique culture of the bongo tribe of erecting statues to their dead along with special ceremonial music […]
As people often expect nothing but dusty desert lands in Africa, including Sudan, in Gedaref it’s quite different. Dominated by a lush green environment, Gedaref is another African wonder to explore. Parts of it are […]
Published on Dec 9, 2016 Amanikins in Sudan! The forgotten pyramids of Meroe, hopefully they wont be forgotten for too long! Special thanks to my sister @deenapie for editing my footage!