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Sudan's Quick Facts

Land Area 1,861,484 km2
Water Area 0 km2
Total Area 1,861,484 km2
Population 36,729,501
Population Density 19.73 / km2
Government Type Presidential Republic
GDP (PPP) $176.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $4,500
Currency Pound (SDG)
Largest Cities
  • Al-Khartum (Khartoum) (5,828,858)
  • Nyala (922,532)
  • Port Sudan (Bur Sudan) (483,510)
  • Al Obeid (Al Ubayyid) (481,350)
  • Wad Medani (374,483)
  • Kassala (364,024)
  • Al Gadarif (356,550)

Sudan Flag:

Flag of Sudan

The flag of Sudan was officially adopted on May 20, 1970. It's similar to flags of other Arab countries in both color and style.

The red represents socialism, green the traditional color of Islam, while white is symbolic of purity and optimism. Those three colors combined are also the official Pan-Arab colors.

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Sudan Coat of Arms:
Flag of Sudan

Sudan's national emblem was adopted in 1969, and prominently features a secretary bird bearing the shield of Muhammad Ahmad, who ruled briefly in the 19th century. The two scrolls above and below bear the name of the country and its national motto.

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