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  • Khartoum - Wikipedia

    Khartoum (/ k ɑːr ˈ t uː m / kar-TOOM) is the capital and largest city of Sudan and the state of Khartoum. It is located at the confluence of the White Nile ...

  • Khartoum (1966) - IMDb

    In the Sudan, in 1884-85, Egyptian forces led by a British general defend Khartoum against an invading Muslim army led by a religious fanatic, the Mahdi.

  • Khartoum travel - Lonely Planet

    Explore Khartoum holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Built where the Blue and White Niles meet, Khartoum defies expectations. It's a boisterous ...

  • Khartoum - Wikitravel

    Khartoum (Arabic: الخرطوم Al-Khartum) is the capital of Sudan and is located where the Blue Nile and White Nile Rivers merge. The huge, spread-out city is ...

  • Travel to Khartoum | flydubai

    Explore all that Khartoum has to offer, from souks and mosques to going on safari, this city has something to do for everyone. Click here to find out more.

  • Khartoum 2018: Best of Khartoum, Sudan Tourism - TripAdvisor

    Khartoum Tourism: TripAdvisor has 4,142 reviews of Khartoum Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Khartoum resource.

  • Khartoum (film) - Wikipedia

    Khartoum is a 1966 film written by Robert Ardrey and directed by Basil Dearden. It stars Charlton Heston as British Gen. Charles "Chinese" Gordon and Laurence Olivier ...

  • Current Local Time in Khartoum, Sudan - Time and Date

    Current local time in Sudan – Khartoum. Get Khartoum's weather and area codes, time zone and DST. Explore Khartoum's sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset.

  • 1- As salam Rotana Khartoum

    Al Salam Rotana Khartoum epitomizes the exceptional hospitality and breathtaking luxury in Sudan. The hotel is outfitted with a variety of facilities making it a ...

  • Khartoum: the most selfish city? | Cities | The Guardian

    Nesrine Malik: Sudan’s almost exclusively Arab capital has buried its head in the sand for too long, as the multiethnic country around it burns

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