Dongola

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Dongola

(ˈdɒŋɡələ)
n
(Placename) a small town in the N Sudan, on the Nile: built on the site of Old Dongola, the capital of the Christian Kingdom of Nubia (6th to 14th centuries). Pop: 16 900 (2001 est)
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Gerard Gauci's scenography suitably evoked the Dunqulah (Dongala), Nubia locale.