The Pyramids and the Ruins of Nubia

In Sudan, there are about 220 pyramids, which is more than the Egyptian pyramids. The northern state, 500 kilometers from Khartoum, is one of the oldest pyramids in the Nile Valley built by the Kushi rulers. In addition to the pyramids, there are several ancient temples, including the Temple of The Lion Abadmak, the Temple of Amun and the Roman Kiosk, all located in the city of Al-Naqaa, in addition to the area of yellow photographers and some ancient Nubian relics or “Bejrawia” is the old name of the city containing the Nubian pyramids in The Province of Shandi in the Sudanese Nile State, about 200 km from Khartoum and was the capital of the Kuchian kingdom and contained the Nubia pyramids. The pyramids erected by the Kochrulers in Sudan in 300 BC.

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