In 2011, I had the pleasure of visiting my other homeland, Sudan. Despite the fact that it neighbors Egypt both geographically and culturally, Khartoum is a world apart. In the time of my visit, it was undergoing a rapid urban development. This photo essay is not simply a collection of the few days I spent in Khartoum. Rather, it reflects a city in development – a city embracing urbanization while keeping roots in its traditional culture. While Khartoum is by no means a “tourist destination” in any sense of the word, the hospitable people and uncomplicated way of life make me proud to call Sudan “home.”View Post
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