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Kerma's Archeological Site

Kerma, Sudan
+249 99 951 2577
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as i,m a tour guide in Sudan i us to call it the complex of history because the group finds a... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2018
kirullosglada
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Khartoum, Sudan
An interesting site.

There is a huge structure known as a Deffufa which is made of mud bricks. It is one of the oldest... read more

Reviewed 30 November 2017
Traveller1XX
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Bracknell, United Kingdom
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Kerma, Sudan
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+249 99 951 2577
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Reviewed 13 June 2018

as i,m a tour guide in Sudan i us to call it the complex of history because the group finds a complex of civilization which belongs to 7000year BC ,i suggest to be with a tour guide to explain the history for the area and...More

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Reviewed 30 November 2017

There is a huge structure known as a Deffufa which is made of mud bricks. It is one of the oldest man made buildings in sub Saharan Africa. It is over 3,500 years old. It is thought it was used for ritual purposes. From the...More

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Reviewed 14 March 2017

The site consists of the huge "Defuffa", a mountain-like structure made out of mudbrick and the outline of the buildings that once surrounded it. The museum is much more interesting. It contains remains of the typical Kerma pottery (red clay with borders burned black in...More

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Reviewed 3 December 2015

The original layout of the city is almost entirely there, giving the visitor a clear idea of the urban organization at the time. It is worth to climb on top of Defuffa overlooking the city to have a comprehensive view of the old town. The...More

1  Thank Marco S
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