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Popular in SudanKhartoumKhartoum is the capital of Sudan and is located where the Blue and White Niles merge to form the Nile. KassalaKassala is a city in Kassala State Wilayat Kassala in Sudan. Buses leave Kassala for Khartoum, Gedarif and Port Sudan.
In SudanNorthern SudanNorthern Sudan, as you would expect, lies in the north of Sudan. The capital city of Al-Shemaliah State is Dongala, the major economic activity there is agriculture, different kinds of vegetables and fruits are grown on both banks of the Nile. Eastern SudanEastern Sudan is the region of Sudan lying to the east of Khartoum, along the Blue Nile. DarfurDarfur is the westernmost region of Sudan, bordering Chad. Central SudanCentral Sudan is the political, geographic, cultural, and economic center of Sudan, centered around the capital, Khartoum. KurdufanKurdufan is a region of Sudan, southwest of the capital and east of Darfur. GallabatGallabat is a village in Sudan at one of the country's border crossing points with Ethiopia.