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1184-1772 - Aerial of the White Nile River, Juba, South Sudan, Africa
1184-1773 - Local people playing in the waters of the White Nile River, Juba, South Sudan, Africa
1184-1771 - Aerial of Juba, South Sudan, Africa
1184-1774 - Aerial of the White Nile River, Juba, South Sudan, Africa
A camel caravan travels through the Sahara Desert, Sudan.150,000 camels travel from Sudanto Egypt yearly to be sold.
857-92082 - A camel caravan travels through the Sahara Desert, Sudan.150,000 camels travel from Sudanto Egypt yearly to be sold.
A barefoot goldmine worker stands near a shaft in Sudan.
857-92162 - A barefoot goldmine worker stands near a shaft in Sudan.
Children in a primary school in El-Ar - a village in northern Sudan.
857-92155 - Children in a primary school in El-Ar - a village in northern Sudan.
A gold miner works in a shaft using hand tools in Sudan.
857-92163 - A gold miner works in a shaft using hand tools in Sudan.
Pupils gather a school courtyard before the lessons start in Sudan.
857-92158 - Pupils gather a school courtyard before the lessons start in Sudan.
Shanabla woman dances  at a wedding celebration near El Obeid, North Kordofan, Sudan. A nomadic tribe they raise camels.
857-92084 - Shanabla woman dances at a wedding celebration near El Obeid, North Kordofan, Sudan. A nomadic tribe they raise camels.
Children in a primary school in El-Ar - a village in northern Sudan.
857-92156 - Children in a primary school in El-Ar - a village in northern Sudan.
A gold miner works in a shaft using hand tools in Sudan.
857-92164 - A gold miner works in a shaft using hand tools in Sudan.
Camels drink at a water trough at Abu Gadam in the Saharan Desert, Sudan. Think 25 gallons of water in 10 minutes.
857-92081 - Camels drink at a water trough at Abu Gadam in the Saharan Desert, Sudan. Think 25 gallons of water in 10 minutes.
A teacher in a classroom in primary school in El-Ar, northern Sudan.
857-92154 - A teacher in a classroom in primary school in El-Ar, northern Sudan.
Camel tracks in the red Sahara sand in northern Sudan. 150,000 camels travel to Egypt yearly.
857-92080 - Camel tracks in the red Sahara sand in northern Sudan. 150,000 camels travel to Egypt yearly.
A column of fifteen hundred camels leaves Dongola, Sudan bound for Egypt. 150,000 camels travel to Egypt yearly.
857-92073 - A column of fifteen hundred camels leaves Dongola, Sudan bound for Egypt. 150,000 camels travel to Egypt yearly.
Pyramids near Jebel Barkal, Napata, Karima, Northern, Sudan
1113-97059 - Pyramids near Jebel Barkal, Napata, Karima, Northern, Sudan
Colorful gate, Dongola, Northern, Sudan
1113-97051 - Colorful gate, Dongola, Northern, Sudan
One of the Pyramids of Meroe, Sudan, Africa
1113-97709 - One of the Pyramids of Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Cattle herdsman in East Sudan, Africa
1113-97711 - Cattle herdsman in East Sudan, Africa
Colorful gate, Dongola, Northern, Sudan
1113-97050 - Colorful gate, Dongola, Northern, Sudan
Man preparing tea in his kiosk, Wadi Halfa, Sudan, Africa
1113-97707 - Man preparing tea in his kiosk, Wadi Halfa, Sudan, Africa
Nomads on camels in front of the pyramids of Meroe, Meroe, Sudan
832-369066 - Nomads on camels in front of the pyramids of Meroe, Meroe, Sudan
Roman kiosk, Naga, Sudan
832-297146 - Roman kiosk, Naga, Sudan
Pyramids in morning light, Meroe, Sudan
832-297148 - Pyramids in morning light, Meroe, Sudan
Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
832-297590 - Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Pyramid, Meroe, Sudan
832-297150 - Pyramid, Meroe, Sudan
Roman kiosk, Naga, Sudan, Africa
832-297580 - Roman kiosk, Naga, Sudan, Africa
Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
832-297592 - Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan
832-297156 - Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan
Pyramids in the morning light, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
832-297587 - Pyramids in the morning light, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
832-297593 - Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
832-297596 - Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Temple for the god Amun, Naga, Sudan, Africa
832-297585 - Temple for the god Amun, Naga, Sudan, Africa
Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
832-297605 - Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Nomads on camels, Meroe, Sudan
832-297155 - Nomads on camels, Meroe, Sudan
Temple for the god Amun, Naga, Sudan, Africa
832-297584 - Temple for the god Amun, Naga, Sudan, Africa
Sphinx in front of Amun Temple at Djebel Barkal, near Karima, Sudan, Africa
832-297598 - Sphinx in front of Amun Temple at Djebel Barkal, near Karima, Sudan, Africa
Nile ferry, Karima, Sudan
832-297160 - Nile ferry, Karima, Sudan
Bus on a country road near Naga, Sudan, Africa
832-297574 - Bus on a country road near Naga, Sudan, Africa
Women on donkey cart, Meroe, Sudan
832-297158 - Women on donkey cart, Meroe, Sudan
Mahdi's tomb, Karthoum, Sudan
832-297145 - Mahdi's tomb, Karthoum, Sudan
Bus on country road near Naga, Sudan, Africa
832-297576 - Bus on country road near Naga, Sudan, Africa
Nomads on camels, Meroe, Sudan
832-297153 - Nomads on camels, Meroe, Sudan
Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan
832-297157 - Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan
Street sign near Naga archeological site, Sudan, Africa
832-297575 - Street sign near Naga archeological site, Sudan, Africa
Lion Temple featuring etchings of the Lion-god Apedemak, Naga, Sudan, Africa
832-297583 - Lion Temple featuring etchings of the Lion-god Apedemak, Naga, Sudan, Africa
Nomads riding camels, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
832-297588 - Nomads riding camels, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Roman kiosk, Naga, Sudan, Africa
832-297577 - Roman kiosk, Naga, Sudan, Africa
Nomads on camels in front of the pyramids of Meroe, Meroe, Sudan
832-297151 - Nomads on camels in front of the pyramids of Meroe, Meroe, Sudan
Pyramids in morning light, Meroe, Sudan
832-297149 - Pyramids in morning light, Meroe, Sudan
Roman kiosk, Naga, Sudan, Africa
832-297578 - Roman kiosk, Naga, Sudan, Africa
Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
832-297591 - Pyramids, Meroe, Sudan, Africa
Diver at Precontinent II, Cousteau house, Shaab Rumi reef, Sudan
1127-15865 - Diver at Precontinent II, Cousteau house, Shaab Rumi reef, Sudan
Two Masked Butterflyfishes, Chaetodon semilarvatus, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81279 - Two Masked Butterflyfishes, Chaetodon semilarvatus, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
Scuba diver diving on Umbria shipwreck, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea, Wingate Reef
1113-81311 - Scuba diver diving on Umbria shipwreck, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea, Wingate Reef
Scuba diver and Car wreck near Blue Belt shipwreck, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81306 - Scuba diver and Car wreck near Blue Belt shipwreck, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
Scuba diver diving on Umbria shipwreck, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea, Wingate Reef
1113-81312 - Scuba diver diving on Umbria shipwreck, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea, Wingate Reef
Twobar anemone fishe, Amphiprion bicinctus, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81276 - Twobar anemone fishe, Amphiprion bicinctus, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
Scuba diver and Red soft corals, Acropora divaricata, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81299 - Scuba diver and Red soft corals, Acropora divaricata, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
Blackfin barracuda, Sphyraena qenie, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81281 - Blackfin barracuda, Sphyraena qenie, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
Scuba diver and Truck wreck in Blue Belt shipwreck, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81309 - Scuba diver and Truck wreck in Blue Belt shipwreck, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
Twobar anemone fishe, Amphiprion bicinctus, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81275 - Twobar anemone fishe, Amphiprion bicinctus, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
Twobar anemone fishe, Amphiprion bicinctus, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81274 - Twobar anemone fishe, Amphiprion bicinctus, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
Blackfin barracuda and scuba diver, Sphyraena qenie, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
1113-81282 - Blackfin barracuda and scuba diver, Sphyraena qenie, Sudan, Africa, Red Sea
A boy helps crush stones in a special stone mill in Sudan. Illegal gold-mining in the region of the fourth cataract of the Nile in northern Sudan. People from the nearby villages work in shallow shafts in the desert. The rocks containing gold are crushed in a special mill. Some of the material is washed with water on the spot but the major part of it is taken to a village. 12/01/2007
857-67765 - A boy helps crush stones in a special stone mill in Sudan. Illegal gold-mining in the region of the fourth cataract of the Nile in northern Sudan. People from the nearby villages work in shallow shafts in the desert. The rocks containing gold are crushed in a special mill. Some of the material is washed with water on the spot but the major part of it is taken to a village. 12/01/2007
Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers  can be found here.
857-68233 - Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers can be found here.
A member of the Shanabla tribe holds up a severed camels head up. The camel will be the main course at this wedding celebration outside El Obeid, Sudan. On February 15, 2006. The Shanabla are nomads and have no lands of their own. They raise camels to sell at market and are dependant on others lands for grazing.
857-69491 - A member of the Shanabla tribe holds up a severed camels head up. The camel will be the main course at this wedding celebration outside El Obeid, Sudan. On February 15, 2006. The Shanabla are nomads and have no lands of their own. They raise camels to sell at market and are dependant on others lands for grazing.
The region of the Fourth Cataract, the most impassable of all rapids of the Nile. Still today the water rapids cannot be crossed by any large boats making the region accessible only via a sandy and rocky desert track. The region is  among the most neglected areas in Northern Sudan. Apart from basic educational institutions virtually no public infrastructure such as tarred roads, bridges or ferry boats and hospitals exist.
857-68244 - The region of the Fourth Cataract, the most impassable of all rapids of the Nile. Still today the water rapids cannot be crossed by any large boats making the region accessible only via a sandy and rocky desert track. The region is among the most neglected areas in Northern Sudan. Apart from basic educational institutions virtually no public infrastructure such as tarred roads, bridges or ferry boats and hospitals exist.
Shanabla woman sings at a wedding celebration near El Obeid, Sudan. A nomadic tribe they raise camels.
857-69495 - Shanabla woman sings at a wedding celebration near El Obeid, Sudan. A nomadic tribe they raise camels.
Camel traders and herders sit in a tea hut in a camel market in El Obeid, Sudan
857-69507 - Camel traders and herders sit in a tea hut in a camel market in El Obeid, Sudan
Shopkeeper sitting in his shop, northern Sudan.
857-68242 - Shopkeeper sitting in his shop, northern Sudan.
Camel traders and herders sit in a tea hut in a camel market in El Obeid, Sudan on February 16, 2006. Yussuf Gamaa, 2nd from L, is a camel herder from Darfur. About 150,000 camels cross over from Sudan into Egypt every year, the majority as cattle as an inexpensive source of protein. Today the camel is both the caravan and the cargo. Camels from this market will travel the Forty Days Road or Darb el-Arbein a 1,200 mile desert trail into Egypt and the oldest trade route in the Sahara. Desert nomads like Yussuf depend on the profitable camel trade for their livelihood.
857-69490 - Camel traders and herders sit in a tea hut in a camel market in El Obeid, Sudan on February 16, 2006. Yussuf Gamaa, 2nd from L, is a camel herder from Darfur. About 150,000 camels cross over from Sudan into Egypt every year, the majority as cattle as an inexpensive source of protein. Today the camel is both the caravan and the cargo. Camels from this market will travel the Forty Days Road or Darb el-Arbein a 1,200 mile desert trail into Egypt and the oldest trade route in the Sahara. Desert nomads like Yussuf depend on the profitable camel trade for their livelihood.
Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers  can be found here.
857-68220 - Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers can be found here.
Sayyid Abdelbagi at home in El Obeid, Sudan (fourth from right) celebrating the purchase of camels that will go to Egypt.
857-69509 - Sayyid Abdelbagi at home in El Obeid, Sudan (fourth from right) celebrating the purchase of camels that will go to Egypt.
Sacks filled with gold dust are put together in Sudan. Illegal gold-mining in the region of the fourth cataract of the Nile in northern Sudan. People from the nearby villages work in shallow shafts in the desert. The rocks containing gold are crushed in a special mill. Some of the material is washed with water on the spot but the major part of it is taken to a village. 12/01/2007
857-67769 - Sacks filled with gold dust are put together in Sudan. Illegal gold-mining in the region of the fourth cataract of the Nile in northern Sudan. People from the nearby villages work in shallow shafts in the desert. The rocks containing gold are crushed in a special mill. Some of the material is washed with water on the spot but the major part of it is taken to a village. 12/01/2007
Camel herders gather for breakfast tea as they travel through the Sahara desert, Sudan on a camel caravan.
857-69540 - Camel herders gather for breakfast tea as they travel through the Sahara desert, Sudan on a camel caravan.
Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers  can be found here.
857-68219 - Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers can be found here.
Shanabla woman sings at a wedding celebration near El Obeid, Sudan. A nomadic tribe they raise camels.
857-69498 - Shanabla woman sings at a wedding celebration near El Obeid, Sudan. A nomadic tribe they raise camels.
The region of the Fourth Cataract, the most impassable of all rapids of the Nile. Still today the water rapids cannot be crossed by any large boats making the region accessible only via a sandy and rocky desert track. The region is  among the most neglected areas in Northern Sudan. Apart from basic educational institutions virtually no public infrastructure such as tarred roads, bridges or ferry boats and hospitals exist.
857-68243 - The region of the Fourth Cataract, the most impassable of all rapids of the Nile. Still today the water rapids cannot be crossed by any large boats making the region accessible only via a sandy and rocky desert track. The region is among the most neglected areas in Northern Sudan. Apart from basic educational institutions virtually no public infrastructure such as tarred roads, bridges or ferry boats and hospitals exist.
A camel caravan travels north through the savannah near El Obeid, Sudan. 150,000 camels travel to Egypt yearly.
857-69516 - A camel caravan travels north through the savannah near El Obeid, Sudan. 150,000 camels travel to Egypt yearly.
Camel traders and herders sit in a tea hut in a camel market in El Obeid, Sudan
857-69508 - Camel traders and herders sit in a tea hut in a camel market in El Obeid, Sudan
Every Friday dervishes gather an hour before sunset in front of Sheikh Hamed al-Nil tomb in Omdurman, Sudan to perform a ritual called Zikr (Dhikr). The ceremony starts chanting words of gratitude to the Prophet Mohammed. The audience interacts with the chanters, dancing to the rhythms of the percussion instruments. The dervishes start whirling around. The music, the fragrance of burning incense, the endless repetition of religious chants creates a state of ecstasy, a kind of trance in which human soul is believed to communicate directly with God.
857-68216 - Every Friday dervishes gather an hour before sunset in front of Sheikh Hamed al-Nil tomb in Omdurman, Sudan to perform a ritual called Zikr (Dhikr). The ceremony starts chanting words of gratitude to the Prophet Mohammed. The audience interacts with the chanters, dancing to the rhythms of the percussion instruments. The dervishes start whirling around. The music, the fragrance of burning incense, the endless repetition of religious chants creates a state of ecstasy, a kind of trance in which human soul is believed to communicate directly with God.
solar eclipse in Sudan
1113-719 - solar eclipse in Sudan
Camel broker Elsean Ahmed Naiem with his son Ali Mohammed Abo in a tea hut at the camel market in El Obeid, Sudan.
857-69502 - Camel broker Elsean Ahmed Naiem with his son Ali Mohammed Abo in a tea hut at the camel market in El Obeid, Sudan.
Young men of the Darhammid tribe dance in the  village of Limrat, Sudan during a wedding celebration. They raise camels.
857-69512 - Young men of the Darhammid tribe dance in the village of Limrat, Sudan during a wedding celebration. They raise camels.
The bride and women gather at a wedding celebration of the Shanabla tribe near El Obeid, Sudan. The bride is in orange.
857-69493 - The bride and women gather at a wedding celebration of the Shanabla tribe near El Obeid, Sudan. The bride is in orange.
Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers  can be found here.
857-68218 - Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers can be found here.
Port Sudan is the main port city of Sudan. Founded by the British in 1909 as the terminus of a rail line linking the Red Sea to the River Nile.
857-68221 - Port Sudan is the main port city of Sudan. Founded by the British in 1909 as the terminus of a rail line linking the Red Sea to the River Nile.
Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers  can be found here.
857-68230 - Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers can be found here.
A camel caravan travels through the Sahara Desert, Sudan.150,000 camels travel from Sudanto Egypt yearly to be sold.
857-69519 - A camel caravan travels through the Sahara Desert, Sudan.150,000 camels travel from Sudanto Egypt yearly to be sold.
Every Friday dervishes gather an hour before sunset in front of Sheikh Hamed al-Nil tomb in Omdurman, Sudan to perform a ritual called Zikr (Dhikr). The ceremony starts chanting words of gratitude to the Prophet Mohammed. The audience interacts with the chanters, dancing to the rhythms of the percussion instruments. The dervishes start whirling around. The music, the fragrance of burning incense, the endless repetition of religious chants creates a state of ecstasy, a kind of trance in which human soul is believed to communicate directly with God.
857-68209 - Every Friday dervishes gather an hour before sunset in front of Sheikh Hamed al-Nil tomb in Omdurman, Sudan to perform a ritual called Zikr (Dhikr). The ceremony starts chanting words of gratitude to the Prophet Mohammed. The audience interacts with the chanters, dancing to the rhythms of the percussion instruments. The dervishes start whirling around. The music, the fragrance of burning incense, the endless repetition of religious chants creates a state of ecstasy, a kind of trance in which human soul is believed to communicate directly with God.
Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers  can be found here.
857-68249 - Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers can be found here.
Vegetables are usually produced by small farmers in rain-fed areas, irrigated private farms or the big government schemes.
857-68235 - Vegetables are usually produced by small farmers in rain-fed areas, irrigated private farms or the big government schemes.
Shanabla men dance and chant at a wedding celebration near El Obeid, Sudan. A nomadic tribe they raise camels.
857-69497 - Shanabla men dance and chant at a wedding celebration near El Obeid, Sudan. A nomadic tribe they raise camels.
A drought is an extended period of months, or years, when a region notes a deficiency in its water supply. Generally, this occurs when a region receives consistently below average precipitation. It can have a substantial impact on the ecosystem and agriculture of the affected region.
857-68240 - A drought is an extended period of months, or years, when a region notes a deficiency in its water supply. Generally, this occurs when a region receives consistently below average precipitation. It can have a substantial impact on the ecosystem and agriculture of the affected region.
Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers  can be found here.
857-68231 - Hai el-Arab Souq in Omdurman is the largest souq in Sudan. Everything from food stalls to ironmongers can be found here.
War graffitti on the walls of a bombed out school in Kauda in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. The Nuba Mountains have been sealed off from international aid for years because of the on going war in Sudan until a ceasefire agreement signed in Jan. 2002. The Nuba allied themselves with the southern rebel group the Sudanese People's Liberation Army. Most of the schools were bombed during the war and and only recently have the children been able to attend classes. Many children walk several hours a day to get to the school from their rural homes.
857-16773 - War graffitti on the walls of a bombed out school in Kauda in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan. The Nuba Mountains have been sealed off from international aid for years because of the on going war in Sudan until a ceasefire agreement signed in Jan. 2002. The Nuba allied themselves with the southern rebel group the Sudanese People's Liberation Army. Most of the schools were bombed during the war and and only recently have the children been able to attend classes. Many children walk several hours a day to get to the school from their rural homes.
A crocodile displays his teeth on the banks of the Nile River in Sudan.
857-10389 - A crocodile displays his teeth on the banks of the Nile River in Sudan.
Sugar factory at Kenana in Sudan.
857-917 - Sugar factory at Kenana in Sudan.