Wherever visitors turn their heads, they will find infinite opportunities in all areas of the Sudan Pavilion, designed by architect Sara Elhussein.
The Pavilion’s contemporary design, inspired by the Nubian house known for its sustainability and environmentally friendly features, will capture the attention.
Cinema theatre and VR units will immerse visitors in real-life footage unveiling treasures of Sudan. Long-hidden opportunities and possibilities will be reintroduced to the world.
Rare cultural rituals and authentic tribal dances, never before seen by the world, will make their debut.
Sudan has five registered UNESCO World Heritage Sites and recently discovered archeological sites including an underwater tomb.
Sudan has over 50 million acres of agricultural land that could feed one billion people. It has been called the Food Basket of the World.
Sudan is the largest exporter of Gum Arabic, one of the major producers of gold in Africa and has 1.5 million tons of uranium reserves.
Sudan has always been a strategic trade route between Asia, Africa and the rest of the world. Its capital city, Khartoum, lies where the Blue Nile and White Nile merge and is easily seen from space.
It has underwater kingdoms from ancient tombs to mesmerising coral reefs, including some of the clearest in the world in Port Sudan.
Sudan was also home to one of Africa’s first super powers, the ‘Kingdom of Kush’, with newly discovered archeological sites providing more insights into the kingdom.