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写真 | 2019年 11月 16日 02:25 JST

Sudan looks to pyramids to attract tourism

Creeping desert sands surround the Royal Cemeteries of Meroe Pyramids in Begrawiya at River Nile State, Sudan.   

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Creeping desert sands surround the Royal Cemeteries of Meroe Pyramids in Begrawiya at River Nile State, Sudan.more

Creeping desert sands surround the Royal Cemeteries of Meroe Pyramids in Begrawiya at River Nile State, Sudan. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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Sudan has more - though smaller - pyramids than Egypt, but attracted only about 700,000 tourists in 2018 compared to some 10 million in its northern neighbor.   
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Sudan has more - though smaller - pyramids than Egypt, but attracted only about 700,000 tourists in 2018 compamore

Sudan has more - though smaller - pyramids than Egypt, but attracted only about 700,000 tourists in 2018 compared to some 10 million in its northern neighbor. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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Conflicts and crises under veteran ruler Omar al-Bashir, a tough visa regime and a lack of roads and decent hotels outside Khartoum have made Sudan an unlikely tourist destination. 
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Conflicts and crises under veteran ruler Omar al-Bashir, a tough visa regime and a lack of roads and decent homore

Conflicts and crises under veteran ruler Omar al-Bashir, a tough visa regime and a lack of roads and decent hotels outside Khartoum have made Sudan an unlikely tourist destination. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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But Bashir lost power in April, and the new civilian transition government is easing visa rules to attract more visitors with their hard currency to places such as the Royal Pyramids of Meroe.    
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But Bashir lost power in April, and the new civilian transition government is easing visa rules to attract mormore

But Bashir lost power in April, and the new civilian transition government is easing visa rules to attract more visitors with their hard currency to places such as the Royal Pyramids of Meroe. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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Like the Egyptians, the Nubian Kush dynasty that ruled in the area some 2,500 years ago buried members of the royal family in pyramid tombs. Near Meroe's pyramids lie an array of temples with ancient drawings of animals and the ancient city of Naga, and there are more pyramids further north at Jebel Barka.   REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Like the Egyptians, the Nubian Kush dynasty that ruled in the area some 2,500 years ago buried members of the more

Like the Egyptians, the Nubian Kush dynasty that ruled in the area some 2,500 years ago buried members of the royal family in pyramid tombs. Near Meroe's pyramids lie an array of temples with ancient drawings of animals and the ancient city of Naga, and there are more pyramids further north at Jebel Barka. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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The new government has already started relaxing the visa system, including dropping a permit required for travel outside Khartoum, said Graham Abdel-Qadir, undersecretary of the ministry of information, culture and tourism. "There has been already a rise of tourists in October and November thanks to the new system," he told Reuters.  
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The new government has already started relaxing the visa system, including dropping a permit required for travmore

The new government has already started relaxing the visa system, including dropping a permit required for travel outside Khartoum, said Graham Abdel-Qadir, undersecretary of the ministry of information, culture and tourism. "There has been already a rise of tourists in October and November thanks to the new system," he told Reuters. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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Arrivals fell this year because of unrest but numbers are expected to exceed 900,000 next year and might reach up to 1.2 million in 2021, he said.    
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Arrivals fell this year because of unrest but numbers are expected to exceed 900,000 next year and might reachmore

Arrivals fell this year because of unrest but numbers are expected to exceed 900,000 next year and might reach up to 1.2 million in 2021, he said. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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Sudan needs tourists after decades of isolation and hyperinflation.  REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Sudan needs tourists after decades of isolation and hyperinflation. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah

Sudan needs tourists after decades of isolation and hyperinflation. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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At Meroe, thanks to money from Qatar and German expertise, a visitor's center has been set up explaining the history of Sudan and the pyramids. There are walking tracks and a new reception center.       
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At Meroe, thanks to money from Qatar and German expertise, a visitor's center has been set up explaining the hmore

At Meroe, thanks to money from Qatar and German expertise, a visitor's center has been set up explaining the history of Sudan and the pyramids. There are walking tracks and a new reception center. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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Visitors can for first time enter the pyramids' interior and will soon be able to go into tombs underneath, part of Qatar's $135 million aid. Several pyramids will be restored after decades of neglect.        
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Visitors can for first time enter the pyramids' interior and will soon be able to go into tombs underneath, pamore

Visitors can for first time enter the pyramids' interior and will soon be able to go into tombs underneath, part of Qatar's $135 million aid. Several pyramids will be restored after decades of neglect. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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Sudanese tourists are also coming. "We had three buses (of Sudanese alone) yesterday," said Mahmoud Suleiman, head of the site.  
 
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Sudanese tourists are also coming. "We had three buses (of Sudanese alone) yesterday," said Mahmoud Suleiman, more

Sudanese tourists are also coming. "We had three buses (of Sudanese alone) yesterday," said Mahmoud Suleiman, head of the site. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah
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