was a trading-station on the east bank of the White Nile
in southern Sudan
, 750 miles south of Khartoum
. Its importance lay in the fact that it was within a few miles of the limit of navigability of the Nile from Khartoum upstream. From this point the journey south to Uganda
was continued overland.
The site of Gondokoro is near to the modern-day city of Juba.
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