Suakin

Sudan
Date of Submission: 01/09/1994
Category: Cultural
Submitted by:
National Board for Antiquities and Museum Dr. Salah M.Ahmed
Coordinates: Long. 37°20' East Lat. 19°06' North
Ref.: 646
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Description

Suakin was a very important port on the Red Sea during the Middle Age and the Ottoman Empire. It contains very fine houses and Mosques, some of them are partially preserved to the 2nd floor.