Place:Wadi Halfa, Northern, Sudan

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NameWadi Halfa
Alt namesWādī Ḥalfā'source: Rand McNally Atlas (1994) I-187
TypeCity
Coordinates21.767°N 31.283°E
Located inNorthern, Sudan
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Wādī Ḥalfā is a city in the state of Northern, in northern Sudan, on the shores of Lake Nubia (the Sudanese section of Lake Nasser). It is the terminus of a rail line from Khartoum and the point where goods are transferred from rail to ferries going down the lake. As of 2007, the city had a population of 15,725.[1] The town is located amidst numerous ancient Nubian antiquities and was the focus of much archaeological work by teams seeking to save artifacts from the flooding caused by the completion of the Aswan Dam.

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