Notes on the Geography of Sudan: Khartoum: Photo 1
Omdurman lies in the distance and can be reached by the cantilever bridge visible crossing the White Nile just above the confluence with the Blue. Central Khartoum lies along the Blue Nile, while the foreground is post-colonial residential. In the far distance is the battlefield where Kitchener won the Sudan back from the Sudanese in 1898; nothing in the city today predates that battle.
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