Mac Nimir Bridge
The Mac Nimir Bridge links Khartoum, Sudan with Khartoum North across the Blue Nile river. It is named after a famous leader of the Jaaliyeen tribe in Northern Sudan who infamously burned the son of Muhammad Ali Pasha, Ismail, and his cortege when they invaded Sudan from Egypt.
- Structurae: El Mek Nimir Bridge
- ym.com.tr – Yapı Merkezi, Constructor of Mac Nimr Bridge, Information Site.
- sudan online - Sudan Online, News Site
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