Around the Greek community

The title of this last entry before departing from Khartoum is both literal and metaphorical.

It is metaphorical because a lot of the activity that I have been blogging about in this trip concerned the Greeks of Sudan.

But it is also literal, on the one hand because the whole day today I have been moving around the Greek premises in downtown Khartoum, and on the other hand because the last three photos that I publish show three of the seven gates connecting these premises with the outside world.

Each one describes the esthetic manner with which the present stakeholders of the Greek corner in Khartoum have developed their relationship to the buildings of the premises. And they are, I believe, eloquent enough by themselves, so as not to need any further comments from my side.

With these photos, I salute Khartoum and renew the blogging from here for February – insha Allah…

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3 Responses to Around the Greek community

  1. dianabuja says:

    Quite a different situation here in Burundi – interesting to contrast!

  2. elina says:

    home sweet home…

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