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Sudan looks to pyramids to attract tourism
Sudan boasts more more - though smaller - pyramids than Egypt, and after conflicts and crises, the country's new civilian transition government is seeking to grow the number of visitors to the historic sites.
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Creeping desert sands surround the Royal Cemeteries... more
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BEGRAWIYA, Sudan
Creeping desert sands surround the Royal Cemeteries of Meroe Pyramids in Begrawiya at River Nile State, Sudan.

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Sudan has more - though smaller - pyramids than Egypt,... more
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Conflicts and crises under veteran ruler Omar al-Bashir,... more
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But Bashir lost power in April, and the new civilian... more
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Like the Egyptians, the Nubian Kush dynasty that ruled... more
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The new government has already started relaxing the... more
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Arrivals fell this year because of unrest but numbers... more
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Sudan needs tourists after decades of isolation and... more
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At Meroe, thanks to money from Qatar and German expertise,... more
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Visitors can for first time enter the pyramids' interior... more
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Sudanese tourists are also coming. "We had three buses... more
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