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It lies on the east bank of the Nile River 6 miles 10 km below the Second Cataract, just south of the Egyptian border. Located within ancient Nubia , the town and its environs are rich in antiquities; the ruins of Buhen—an Egyptian colony of the Middle Kingdom period that existed until Roman times—lie across the river. In the s it was the focus of archaeological activities to save Egyptian monuments from inundation by Lake Nasser the reservoir formed above the Aswan High Dam , a fate that part of the town shared. Its populace was relocated at New Halfa to the southeast near Kassala town. Print Cite verified Cite. While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies. Please refer to the appropriate style manual or other sources if you have any questions. Facebook Twitter. Give Feedback. Let us know if you have suggestions to improve this article requires login.
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Wadi Halfa is a town on the shores of Lake Nasser in the north of Sudan. It marks the point of entry into Sudan for those coming in from Egypt. It is surrounded by the dunes of the Nubian Desert, the eastern edge of the Sahara, and has a population of around 15, Historically, Wadi Halfa was Nubia 's most important trading point, being the gateway between Egypt and Sudan. Today the city's buildings are immaculate, surrounded by the golden dunes of the Nubian Desert. It is the stereotypical border town, small and full of paperwork, hassle, and dirt.
It is named after the nearby stream that is known in Arabic as Wadi 'Ara. The village was particularly small with a population of and a land area of approximately 9, dunums. The archaeological site Tel al-Asawir was located northwest of the village site. Burial caves dating from the fourth to the second millennium B. Ceramics from the late Roman , Byzantine , and early Muslim and Middle ages have been found here. The Muslim geographer Ibn Khurdadhbi d. In the British Mandate of Palestine - period, the village was classified as a hamlet in the Palestine Index Gazetteer. The moshav of Ein Iron was built in on what were traditionally village land. In the statistics Wadi Ara had a population of Muslims,  with a total of 9, dunams of land.