Ad Damazin Sudan



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Description: Explore Ad-Damazin in the region of Blue Nile in Sudan - Destination guide for your next visit to Africa. Photos, Events, Webcams and more. Lat/Lng: 11.7891, 34.3592

Ad-Damazin in Blue Nile (region) with it's 186,051 citizens is a place in Sudan - about 287 mi (or 463 km) South-East of Khartoum, the country's capital city.

Ad Damazin is the capital of Blue Nile State in Sudan. It is the location of the Roseires Dam and power generation plant. Ad Damazin is served by a terminal station of a branch line of the national railway network. However, the train service to Ad Damazin has been discontinued many years ago. Instead the town can be reached from Khartoum via a decent tarmac road and by plane. However, Ad Damazin Airport is mainly served by UNMIS or government flights. Ad-Damazin is currently the Capital of Blue Nile State, with Al-Hadi Bushra as the current Governor. Malik Agar Eyre was the SPLM/A chairman for the State of Blue Nile until September 2, 2011. He was ousted by president Bashir, and replaced by General Yahia Mohammed Kheir, after fights broke out between the Sudanese Army Forces and the SPLM-N of former governor Malik Agar. Blue Nile University (Jameat Al Neel Alazarg) is a public university located in Ad Damazin, established in 1995.




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