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The ancient nubian pyramids of Meroë in northern Sudan

Meroe Archaeological Site, an ancient city on the east bank of the Nile about 6 km north-east of the Kabushiya station near Shendi, Sudan, approximately 200 km northeast of Khartoum.

n the Eastern Sudan desert, near the Nile River, we can find 200 ancient pyramids that used to be tombs for kings and queens of Napata and Méroé, 900 years ago. These Nubian pyramids are smaller than Egyptian ones and have been built 2700 years ago, approximatively : we can find decorative elements of Roman, Greek and Egyptian cultures.

The Forgotten Pyramids of Meroe

n the Eastern Sudan desert, near the Nile River, we can find 200 ancient pyramids that used to be tombs for kings and queens of Napata and Méroé, 900 years ago. These Nubian pyramids are smaller than Egyptian ones and have been built 2700 years ago, appro

Column with reliefs, Temple of the Elephant (1st century AD), Mussawwarat, Naga, Kingdom of Kush, Island of Meroe (Unesco World Heritage List, 2011), Sudan.

View Stock Photo of Column With Reliefs Temple Of Elephant Sudan Meroitic Civilization.

Wind-sculpted rock formations in the White Desert, Egypt by Frantisek Staud

Wind-sculpted rock formations in the White Desert, Egypt by Frantisek Staud!

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Musawwarat es-Sufra (Al-Musawarat Al-Sufra) is a large Meroitic temple complex in modern Sudan, dating back to the 3rd century BC.

Musawwarat es-Sufra (Al-Musawarat Al-Sufra) is a large Meroitic temple complex in modern Sudan, dating back to the century BC.

Caral. Templo del Anfiteatro Sec. L

Located in the Supe Valley in Peru, Caral is one of the most ancient lost cities of the Americas. It was inhabited between roughly 2600 BC and 2000 BC. Accommodating more than inhabitants, it is one of the largest cities of the Norte Chico civilization

View of Jebel Barkal, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2003: the sacred mountain with the ruins of the temple of Amun below. Photo by Aluka Digital Library.

View of Jebel Barkal, a UNESCO World Heritage site since the sacred mountain with the ruins of the temple of Amun below. Photo by Aluka Digital Library.

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