Arquet, the tomb of Prince Osman Chin

 

 

Arquet-Guest Palace

 

 

 

Suken-Al Jazeera

 

Suken Gate.

 

Lighthouse Sanneeb

 

From the Heritage Gallery

 

Nwbat

 

Museums in the state
Hadab Museum
It is the largest and most prominent museum in eastern Sudan located in the city of Suken and was created by a personal effort by Muhammad Nur Hadab, one of the notables of the city of Sawa. The museum contains historical collections of different eras for the city of Suken, including public pictures, furniture, costumes, a model for housing and other folklore for residents of Suken, in particular, and the population of eastern Sudan in general, with the belongings of Prince Osman Chin, a leader of the Mehdi revolution in eastern Sudan, including Outfit which he wore along with some documents that stageed Sea Museum of Heritage and Antiquities
The museum opened in December 2014 and is located west of the Ministry of Tourism and East of the Faculty of Education. Contains historical heritage and monuments of the railway and plastic paintings
Naval Museum-Alakarday
The museum is located in the main Corniche and depicts the marine life as it contains many marine organisms
Historic Port Museum
The museum is located in the family city Corniche and has many equipment and tools that have been used at Port Sudan from its inception to date

 

of effects in the state
Except for you history
Location
The city of Suken is located at 19, 7 north and 37-20 east and 60 km south of the city of Bor-reigns
Geography of Suken
You are composed of three parts
1/Island: An oval-shaped Earth surrounded by the sea from each side and separates it from the coast. The island is located at the head of the water tongue from the Red Sea, which is a natural protected harbour, and the island’s dimensions are estimated to be one mile north to south and an offer from east to west with less than a mile
2/Vomit: The extended coastal land facing the island from the west and featuring most of the other neighborhoods
3/villages: The areas around Suken and located outside its old wall
* Inside the harbour are two small islands called the first (Ananchite) and the second name (the Kanandasa)
The name of Suken
There’s a lot of other names than you but the most likely one that says that our master Solomon (peace be upon him) was taken from be a prison for the jinn who disobey his orders, so name the place, Suagen
And I knew with other names, it was called the “good news port” or “the Port of Omens”, either in the Albadscout accent, the Beja accent, known as Oksuk, which means the market
History of Suken
You cannot specify a specific date for the beginning of other than you, but the evidence indicates its existence since the year 3000 BC. M, the most famous port of the West Coast, where trade rebounded between Hijaz, Al-Habsinia, Egypt and India naval vessels were scouring the seas and oceans, as were the vessels from various parts of the Earth. It is also mentioned in the books and manuscripts of the travellers and historians who called them glory and glamour to write about them. As for its recent history, at the beginning of the sixteenth century, it was only for the Sultanate of El Fuong for a few years, then the Turks again seized it, followed by Egyptian rule.
The city of Suken was surrounded by a wall of stone building, spanning three miles, surrounded by the city from the sea to the sea and built it was called “ESX-Arab-toker-Sudan-Ansari-Yemen”. The wall and the central gate were called the British officer (Kitchener), who built the fence, five gates. We also find a number of castles around the city, such as the Hindu fortress-el-Mashal-Jamzeh-Shata
The military sites around Suken
Tamai: Two battles were carried out in 1884 and 1885 between the British forces and the forces of Prince Osman Chin, and in the First battle the British Army square was broken for the first time in its history
Torub: The battle took place in 1885 M
Al hashem: A battle was carried out between the Ansar forces led by Osman Chin and the government forces that suffered significant losses
Hindub: A battle was also fought between the Ansar and the government forces during which commander Kchner was injured in the jaw
Places of Worship
Mosques: Five mosques, three of which were built in the Turkish era, namely SHAFEI, Hanafi (on the island) and Al-Majidi (in Al-Qaef). The other two mosques were built by the Shinawi and the other, Mr. Taj al-Ser al-Mirghani, Sheikh of the way he was buried after his death
Churches: The island was a church located on the beach, and was built to lead the soldiers of the foreign military teams brought in to defend Suken against the forces of Prince Osman Chin their Christian religious rites
Water Sources
But you were relying on three sources of drinking water
Wells Shara: The Wells located in the west of the city outside the wall, and were the main source of potable water before the period of Turkish rule. The sources stated that they were named for a man named Shehata who was known to be the first to plant grain in the area
Hafir al-Fula: The Feng Builders were expanded by Turks to increase the water supply for summer and drought
al-Kandasa: Aqumat for seawater distillation on a small island inside the port north of the city after the Ansar forces took over the wells of Shara and were next to by the barracks of the British-Egyptian forces, which were brought in to protect Suken, and the island was then named the Kandassa Island
Main buildings
The Island
The construction model prevailing on the island was Turkish-style and the buildings were built from the coral rocks and were being decorated with white lime and decorating buildings and houses beautiful wooden doors and Ruthenian that reflect a great skill in the art of carpentry as they were accepting the streets and alleys of the hanging lanterns on the walls The buildings.. On the island, streets were known to have only nationalities. They had, for example, Indian Street and other nationalities
One of the most important buildings in the island–the governorate building–customs–post and telegraph–Beit El-Basha-Beit El-Shenawi-Beit Khorsheed Affendi-Beit Ali Shaam al-Jawi
Decay of Suken
In 1904, the bilateral authorities unveiled a plan to create a new port on the Red Sea, which was chosen by the port of Sheikh Flea (port of Reigns), 60 kilometers north of Suken
Historic Marine Sites
I was also named Ali winget Basha this group of people is located in front of Port Sudan’s entrance, 2.6 nautical miles east of the entrance (5 km)
Foreign tourists are meant for tourism for two reasons first they contain a unique collection of joyful colored people and different marine biology of the names and crustaceans and shellfish not found in many parts of the world. The other reason for the interest of tourists is the structure and wreckage of the Italian ship Bria Embria
At the end of the reefs at the south, which is an important historical and military aspect and an attraction of the Second World War during the period of competition for colonies between Italy and Britain (Italy in Ethiopia, Britain, Egypt, Sudan) to put their foothold in the Red Sea Bab al-Mandeb, I was a impala before entering Italy. The war carries a very large number of bombs to the troops of Italy in Eritrea, which were stopped at this site by the British Navy, but only from the captain of Mbeya, but to drown them so that they would not fall into captivity with their bombs
The debris is characterized by its transformation into the habitat of many species of marine organisms from which nests and fisheries have been taken, along with the various types of marine life which is endowed with surface water and deep seabed with clear crystal water and multi-colour reflections from the coral reefs that Amateur and experienced photographers of underwater scenes
Swedish reefs – The Bluebelt ship
Located north of Port Sudan, about 50 miles away, a beautiful reefs teeming with different kinds of colored people, fish attracted by the reefs and the wreckage of the blue-Bell ship (Blue Belt, which is the most important feature of the Saudi Arabian people, hit the reefs and sank in 1977, carrying a large number of cars and tractors, She sank on the edge of the cliff and she lay on her right side for a period of years before she turned upside down and her head was based on a depth of 15 meters while her butt was on a cliff. It is 70 meters deep and the diving lovers watch a unique view of a number of Toyota cars in full shape and tires and they are spread around the hull of the Blue Bell and a A new and beautiful suit from snails and algae and colored reefs that grew in and around them the site was globally named after the Taita wreckage () Toyota wreck) has also been recorded in global maps and the site is adored by the lovers of the scallops who walk through the ship through a port on its side at a depth of 36 meters