What country is Port Sudan in?
Port Sudan is located in Sudan in the Red Sea region. About 489,300 inhabitants live in the Northeast African city.
Port Sudan is located in the northern hemisphere of the Earth, about 2184 km north of the equator at latitude 20 and about 3894 km east of the prime meridian, at the 37th longitude.
Port Sudan, capital of the Red Sea State and the largest port city of Sudan on the Red Sea, has about half a million inhabitants, a large part of which consists of settled beja, who, as mentioned, hold crucial posts in the administration and ministries. The Red Sea off Port Sudan is one of the most beautiful diving areas in the world, and there are even more attractive things for visitors: the colonial architecture of the then modern city with its white arched arcades, built around 1900 under the British Consul General Lord Cromer, is unchanged, wooden paneling of the verandas is partly well preserved to this day. Since the former Minister of Tourism of the country (a beja from the Hadandawa tribe) took over the post of governor here, the city has been clean and safe. One of the most beautiful buildings in the city center is the main Post Office, which is a popular photo motif with its green wooden shutters and the adjoining Coptic church. The merchants have their empire under the arcades and near the grand mosque, and the visitor enjoys a typical Arabic ambience with Sudanese coffee with a lot of cardamom. You can also visit the Corniche with a view of the harbour and, to the north of it, the fishing harbour with its many fish restaurants and the glass bottom boat pier.
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