Kerma's Archeological Site, Kerma

#3 of 9 in Things to do in Northern State
Kerma's Archeological Site tells the story of the culture dating from 3000 BCE. Archeologists have excavated many impressive artifacts, some of which are displayed in the museum on site. See residential rooms and how the city was organized. In addition, the archaeologists found over 30,000 graves, including royal ones. Take a stroll around this ancient site to learn the stories untold. For the best experience, hire a guide to show you every corner of this huge archaeological site. Find out how to plan Kerma trip without stress by asking Inspirock to help create an itinerary.
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  • This archaeological site consists of a Museum and a large archaeological area. The most important pieces of the Museum are a series of statues of the black Pharaohs of the 25th dynasty and, around, different rooms display's explanatory panels that archaeological finds, especially the reconstruction of the tombs found. The outdoors, only partially excavated, tells of a big city; in the sand there are thousands of pieces of unpainted shards. Climbing to the fortress, with a bit of trouble using the high steps, you can admire a beautiful view, especially at sunset. Dirty bathrooms
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  • Defuffa site is located near Kerma market, when you get in the site you will find something like old city but well organized. In the middle there is high building not yet discovered if it was like wor...  more »
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