Sudanese students are protesting to save Khartoum’s historic architecture — Quartz

Student protests in Sudan usually center on politics. But something different is driving protests at the country’s historic University of Khartoum in 2016: architecture and heritage. Students are outraged after claims emerged that the university’s historic premises on the Nile Avenue have been sold off to private developers. The claims are as yet unverified, but…

via Sudanese students are protesting to save Khartoum’s historic architecture — Quartz

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