Saras, Sudan

Saras or Sarras was a 19th-century village in along the Nile River in the present state of Northern Sudan. It was briefly important as the southern terminus of Ishma‘il Pasha's abortive 3 ft 6 in railway into Sudan constructed in 1877.
21.5667° or 21° 34' north
31.1° or 31° 6' east
Open Location Code
197 metres (646 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 7730427397
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Arabic: سرّس
  • English: Saras East
  • Saras
  • Sarras

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