Sudan is divided into 18 states. Here is a list of all the states in Sudan:
States in Sudan
- Al Jazirah
- Al Qadarif
- Al Wahdah
- Blue Nile
- Central Darfur
- East Darfur
- North Darfur
- North Kordofan
- Red Sea
- River Nile
- South Darfur
- South Kordofan
- West Darfur
- West Kordofan
|Location||Located in North-East Africa, bordered by Egypt to the north, the Red Sea to the northeast, Eritrea and Ethiopia to the east, South Sudan to the south, the Central African Republic to the southwest, Chad to the west, and Libya to the northwest.|
|Official Languages||Arabic and English|
|Population||Approximately 44 million as of 2021 estimate|
|Area||Approximately 1,886,068 square kilometers (728,215 square miles)|
|Geography||Varied landscapes including deserts, mountains, and the Nile River.|
|Independence||From joint British-Egyptian rule on January 1, 1956|
|Currency||Sudanese pound (SDG)|
|Notable Places||Pyramids of Meroe, Port Sudan, Nubian Desert|
|Official Website||[Official Government Portal of Sudan](http://www.presidency.gov.sd/)|
What is the historical significance of Sudan’s Pyramids of Meroe?
The Pyramids of Meroe are a UNESCO World Heritage site and were part of the ancient Kingdom of Kush.
Is Sudan known for its archaeological sites and historical heritage?
Yes, Sudan is rich in historical and archaeological sites, including ancient Nubian civilizations.
How diverse is Sudan in terms of ethnic groups and languages?
Sudan is ethnically and linguistically diverse, with many ethnic groups and languages spoken across the country.