Map showing the well Bir en Natrun and other wells in the Northern Darfur State of Sudan, with place names, international and provincial boundaries, paths or tracks, trigonometrical or astronomical points, heights in metres above mean sea level, trees and bushes, ruins, graves, tribal names, names of localities, jebels (hills), countours with height in metres, khor and wadi unsurveyed, water perennieal (wells), water temporary (wells, pools), rivers, wells, pools, lakes or swamps, an abode or country, low clay mounds, Dinka cattle camps, temporary camps, water holes or ponds water holes in rocks, depressions, waterholes, stones, rocks, wells, hills or mountains, dry water courses, ports, anchorages, shallow lagoons usually formed in swamps, landing places, cattle enclosures, bluffs, flat topped hills, sand ridges, tomb of a religious man, lakes, streams filled from rivers and running inland, capes, small streams, running streams, large crack in cotton soil holding water, chief, markets, waterholes, dry water courses generally wider than a khor, outcrop of rocks. Paths or tracks highlighted in red. Relief shown by contour ines with height in metres. Colour. Scale 1: 1, 000,000.