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London - General Gordons Statue Featured Khartoum Image

London - General Gordons Statue

London - General Gordon's Statue in St. Martin's Place, London. A statue of Gordon on a camel by Edward Onslow Ford was erected in Chatham funded by monies raised by soldiers and officers of the Royal Engineers. A replica of this statue was briefly on display close by Trafalgar Square (as shown here) prior to being shipped out to Khartoum (surviving the sinking of two of its transporting vessels, the Cedarden which sunk in the Thames and the SS Lesbian which was submerged in the Nile!). See 10295283 and 10493839 for views of the statue in situ in Khartoum. Following Sudanese independence in the late 1950s, the statue returned to the UK, and was placed on display at Gordon's School at West End near Woking, Surrey where it remains to this day. Quite a journey! Date: circa 1901

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

A Sudanese demonstrator carries a noose and gestures during a mass anti-government Featured Khartoum Image

A Sudanese demonstrator carries a noose and gestures during a mass anti-government

A Sudanese demonstrator carries a noose and gestures during a mass anti-government protest outside the Defence Ministry in Khartoum, Sudan, April 21, 2019. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah - RC1FD544A470

Sudan-Archaeology Featured Khartoum Image

Sudan-Archaeology

A picture shows a pyramid in the Meroe desert, north of Khartoum, on February 26, 2010. But archaeologists say the desert of north Sudan holds mysteries to rival ancient Egypt. The Louvre will host its first exhibition at the end of March on the Meroe dynasty, the last in a line of "black pharaohs" that ruled the Kush kingdom on the banks of the Nile for more than 1, 000 years until its demise in 350 AD. AFP PHOTO/ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY

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