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Sudan
INTRODUCTION
1. Geography
2. Political situation
3. Defense
4. Economy
a. Figures
5. Health
6. Education
a. Universities
7. Demographics
8. Religions
a. Freedom
9. Peoples
10. Languages
11. Human rights
12. History
13. Cities and Towns



























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Geography


Water surface: 129,800 km².
Population density: 15 inhabitants per kmē.
Border: 7,687 km. To Egypt 1,273 km; Libya 383 km; Chad 1,360 km; Central African Republic 1,165 km; Congo-Kinshasa 628 km; Uganda 435 km; Kenya 232 km; Ethiopia 1,606 km; Eritrea 605 km.
Coastline: 853 km
Highest point: Kinyeti 3,187 metres
Arable land: 7%.
Sudan is a large country, and has many climate zones. In the northern half the nature is arid, with the exception of the valley along the Nile. In the southern half, there are many mountain ranges with fertile climates. To the very south, the nature is fresh and wild.

Rivers

  • The Nile

    Desert

  • Sahara
  • Eastern desert




  • By Tore Kjeilen