Sucin – the island of the ghost in the east of Sudan
The island is located on the West Bank of the Red Sea inside a large reservoir width of more than 2 kilometers.
Thanks to a rather wide channel, which flows into the sea, the island was considered an important trading port. With the "big earth" it connects only one narrow dam.
Over the years, it has brought goods from around the world for many years, thanks to which life on the island literally burly. During his heyday, in the city, like mushrooms after the rain, pompous buildings crossed in completely different styles.
In 1922, Port Sudan was built in the north – the main port of the country, after which Sucin Island stopped being an important port residential.
Over the century, the once rich island has gradually faded and turned into a ghost.
Noteworthy is the fact that no one has conducted detailed archaeological studies of this place.
For the first time, the mention of this island found in the old manuscripts of the 10th century. They say that already at the time there was a large densely populated city with a developed turnover.
Today is the island completely abandoned. No one lives here, and his once beautiful buildings turned into ordinary ruins.
Even today, looking at the ruins of the island, you can see how beautiful and interesting was the architecture of this amazing place.