Khartoum is the capital of the Republic of Sudan. It is also the administrative center for the state of Khartoum The city has an area of 28,165 square kilometers above the meeting point of the White and Blue Niles, in addition to being the seat of government in the country. And spread in all government departments and some Arab and African regional organizations.
The population density in the city of Khartoum is very large, as it is the third Arab city in terms of population, with about 2,682,431 people, with Cairo in Egypt and Casablanca in Morocco coming before it, and Khartoum also ranks sixth in Africa in terms of population density
tourism in the city of Khartoum
The city of Khartoum is of great importance in the tourism sector at the national level, and its importance is not limited to being the country’s capital, but because it provides tourism assets such as museums, monuments and festivals.
Among the most important museums in the region:
- The National Museum that directly supervises the Nile River
- The Natural History Museum, which displays the structures and bodies of embalmed living creatures
- The Palace Museum, which contains oil paintings depicting the rulers of the country.
- Ethnography Museum
- The Military Museum
There are also archaeological sites that encourage tourism; Such as the Turkish domes that date back to the Turkish era and are located in the eastern part of Abu Janzir Square, in addition to a number of old buildings.