Al-Giraif town, south east of Khartoum city, is one of the few remaining places in Sudan and in the world where bricks are made manually from pure natural clay, which is brought directly from....

The look of the people living along the bank of the Nile may differ a lot as the river run its way through the heart of the African continent, their ways of living might vary as well, but they are surprisingly very alike in so many other ways. They simplicity of their lives and their warm hearts and emotional nature and above all their tight connection with their fertile lands and right river. Their cultural heritage, the heat of the sun and the desert winds imprint on their faces a mixture of strength, purity and kindness.
North/South
Photographic narratives along the banks of the Nile River

Mahmoud Yakut

Mahmoud Yakut © 2013

The old harbor in Al-Shajara town, south of Khartoum is a small "world" inside Khartoum city, as it is an isolated place, a bit far from the city..... 


"Al Rai Al Masri" or "Egyptian irrigation", Khartoum, is an old establishement for building ships that goes back to the early twentieth century. It is said that the senior....
Hamad Al-Neel, Omdurman, Sudan. A vast graveyard where a great holy man was buried, at his burial site a mosque was built. This place became the headquarters...