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built by an English when Sudan was occupied by them, what a quite please with a traditional design,each tourist group that i had in Sudan asking me to visit it,unfortunately if you went there and there was an final exam the security will not allow...More
Founded in 1902 as Gordon Memorial College by Kitchener as part of his educational reforms which could be seen as a reaction to the Mahdi revolt. In 1951 renamed less controversially Khartoum University College, as general Gordon was the symbol of repression of Sudanese nationalism....More
I was in Khartoum for professional reasons. The FCO warned that it was a dangerous area to visit. Absolute nonsense!
I found the country most welcoming, and the Sudanese people to be tall,elegant and very friendly.
I had the opportunity to sign the historic visitors...More
We loved this university. We got to sit in on a lecture from the Ambassador from Italy. We met a lot of the students, they were really nice. The library is spectacular. And the blue monkeys will drink sodas, very funny. But you need to...More
University of Khartoum is one of the oldest building in Khartoum, It was established in 1902 as Gordon Memorial College by Lord Kitchener, the University has 4 campuses but the most famous is the central campus in Aljameea street, there you can see the historic...More