Above Khartum, one of the most thriving towns in the eastern Sudan; Sennar, 241 m above Khartum, the capital of the Funj empire and chief town of the mudiria of Sennarof the ancient city little remains except a mosque with a high minaret; and Roseires, 426 m.
KASSALA, a town and mudiria of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
Kassala mudiria contains some of the most fertile land in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
It is the headquarters of the mudiria (province) of the Upper Nile.
EL OBEID, chief town of the mudiria (province) of Kordofan, Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, and 230 m.
A new town was laid out in squares, the mudiria repaired and barracks built.
BERBER, a town and mudiria (province) of the AngloEgyptian Sudan.
It was the capital of the mudiria until 1905, in which year the headquarters of the province were transferred to Ed Darner, a town near the confluence of the Nile and Atbara.
At the northern end of the mudiria is Abu Hamed, important as a railway junction for Dongola mudiria.
WAD MEDANI, a town of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, capital of the Blue Nile mudiria, in 14° 24' N., 33° 31' E., on the left bank of the Blue Nile, 110 m.
KORDOFAN, a country of north-east Africa, forming a mudiria (province) of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
By the White Nile mudiria and S.
It is the chief town of the Haifa mudiria, is 770 m.
SHENDI, a town in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan in the mudiria (province) of Berber, on the right bank of the Nile in 18° 1' N., 33° 59' E., and 104 m.
It is on the west bank of the river, is the capital of a mudiria and a centre for the manufacture of woollen goods.
It is also the capital of a mudiria, has a considerable European colony, possesses a large sugar factory and some cotton mills.
FAYUM, a mudiria (province) of Upper Egypt, having an area of 490 sq.
The mudiria, is the Gharak depression.
Administratively the oasis forms part of the mudiria of Assiut.
At the western end of the esplanade are the zoological gardens, the chief hotel, the Coptic church ° and the Mudiria House (residence of the governor of Khartum).