Represented 14 Sudanese University: Sennar is back to its previous Era in the Reception of Scientists

Represented 14 Sudanese University: Sennar is back to its previous Era in the Reception of Scientists

Three hundred years ago, the Sennarian Kingdom used to receive scholars.There were groups of scholars who belonged to 14 Sudanese universities, attended the conference of the systems of governance and administration in the Sennarian State, which was organized by University of Gezira in cooperation with the government of the state and the General Secretariat of Sennar the Capital of Islamic Culture Project 2017, In the period from 2nd to3rd of August,Sennar experienced a historical era which re-incarnated in an infrastructure¬† through which the lost Sennarian architectural monuments were restoredin a similar mental image intended to produce, disseminate and function the knowledge as a strategic objective adopted by the General Secretariat of the project.This effort, as stated by the officials of these sites, is a complement to the tourist vision and an expression of the Sennarian history, where its components were combined between the Sennarian and Nubian buildingswhich overcame by the Sudanese and Arab Islamic features.In the heritage village you will find architectural models divided in the style of the cultural regions that indicated to Al-Gadarif areas, Nuba Mountains,the Blue Nile, Rashaydah and others of deep cultural heritage in the Sudanese human soul.There is a Nubian house built as a frontage to Sudanese architecture and ancient history.The palace of Badi al-Menif, which built in a geographical area opposite to the ancient site of Sennar,surrounded by five ministers’ houses in the Sennarian State. Where it consists of seven storeys,as well as the museum,the Danga, which is closely linked to the history of Sennar as an administrative unit after being subject to architectural treatments.The delegation visited the Dungas Building Complex after they performed Friday prayers at the Grand Mosque, which hosts thousands of worshipers. It is one of the landmarks under the banner of the Sennar, the Capital of Islamic Culture Project.The Dungas Building Complex has halls for conferences and training courses, a closed theater with a capacity of 800 to 850 people, and a conference hall, which has been built on a unique architectural style.