The collection of cars was quite fun and the guard lifted our twins onto the bonnet of one for a photo, but the collection of items given to the president inside the church was not only dull but seemed exceptionally out of place and a huge water jug where the altar would have stood seemed slightly offensive.
The new Presidential Palace is gaudy and out of place. The President doesn't actually even live there. There are no pictures allowed, you cannot stop to take a closer look. A quick drive by is all that you'll get here.
It is a nice white three floors building located in the heart of Khartoum making a T letter (The university street / top of the letter / and the palace street ). The palace was built , when Charles Gordon was the British governor for the Sudan about 150 years ago . The palace rehabilitated many times , but looks...