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El-Fayoum
El-Fayoum: A Journey Through History, Nature, and Adventure Abu Uthman El-Nabulsi, who was a governor of El-Fayoum in the 13th century said about Fayoum ‘Cool are the dawns; tall are the trees, many are the fruits, and little are the rains’. While some other visitors said ‘Paradise of the desert’ and ‘the Garden of Egypt’....
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Vacationing Egypt in Ramadan
Guide to Traveling to Egypt in Ramadan Egypt in Ramadan: A Different Kind of Magic Egypt, the land of pharaohs and ancient wonders, offers a captivating experience for travelers year-round. But venturing to Egypt during Ramadan, the holy month of Islam, unveils a whole new side of the country. While some adjustments are to be...
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Explore Egypt in 6 days
Explore Egypt in 6 days Dear valued travelers enjoy exploring the magic of Egypt in 6 days with Egypt Best Vacations. The ancient allure of Egypt, a land that seamlessly merges Africa and Asia through its Sinai Peninsula gateway, is an ever-enticing proposition for travelers. With its venerable history, rich cultural heritage, and stunning landscapes....
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Top Things to Do in Sharm El-Sheikh
Unveiling Things to Do in Sharm El-Sheikh Join us as we explore the top things to do in Sharm El-Sheikh, ensuring your visit becomes a truly memorable adventure. Nestled along the enchanting Red Sea coastline, Sharm El-Sheikh stands as an inviting destination, tempting travelers with its picturesque scenery, lively marine ecosystem, and a wealth of...
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Habu Temple
Exploring Habu Temple in Luxor, Egypt Transport yourself to the enchanting world of ancient Egypt as we embark on an exploration of the awe-inspiring Habu Temple. Situated gracefully on the West Bank of the Nile in Luxor, this lesser-known marvel showcases the enduring splendor of Pharaonic architecture and the captivating history of Egypt. Join us...
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Best Things to Do in Marsa Alam
Unveiling the Best Things to Do in Marsa Alam Unveil the best things to do in Marsa Alam, Egypt. Nestled along the captivating Red Sea coastline, Marsa Alam stands as an undiscovered haven for travelers seeking an authentic and tranquil escape. From its humble beginnings as a fishing village. Marsa Alam has evolved into a...
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Tombs of Bani Hassan
Revealing the Enigma: Ancient Tombs of Bani Hassan Nestled on the eastern bank of the Nile River in El-Minya, Egypt, the Tombs of Bani Hassan offer a window into a bygone era, preserving the tales of ancient Egypt’s elite. These tombs, situated in the rocky hills of Middle Egypt, hold the key to unraveling the...
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13-Things to Do in Alexandria, Egypt
Alexandria travel guide: Things to Do in Alexandria, Egypt Where ancient whispers mingle with modern beats, Alexandria awakens to many things to do in Alexandria, Egypt. In this vibrant Egyptian city, history isn’t confined to museums – it pulsates in every cobblestone and whispers from every archway. Step into Alexandria, a city where the past...
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Alexandria, Egypt
Alexandria, Egypt: Where history comes alive Situated gracefully on the Mediterranean shoreline, Alexandria unfolds as a captivating mosaic of Egypt’s diverse history, cultural richness, and maritime allure. Ranking as the second-largest city in this ancient land, Alexandria effortlessly merges the past with the present. Presenting a captivating narrative of its storied legacy and thriving contemporary...
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Petra, Jordan
Unveiling the Enigmatic Beauty of Petra: A Journey Through Time and Stone Petra, nestled within the unforgiving desert expanse of southern Jordan lies a city hewn into the vibrant rose-red cliff. A striking testament to the boundless ingenuity and unyielding perseverance of humanity. Petra, bestowed with the honor of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site...
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Temple of Dendera
Chronicles in Stone: The Temple of Dendera Explored through Data and Narratives Within the echoes of history, where the Egyptian sands hold tales untold, a remarkable relic stands sentinel—the Temple of Dendera. Its sandstone walls, etched with ancient secrets and celestial charts, beckon you into a forgotten world. Beyond being an architectural masterpiece devoted to...
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What to Do in Egypt in 5 days
What to Do in Egypt in 5 days Embark on a captivating journey through Egypt with our exclusive 5-day tour packages. There are lots of things to do in Egypt in 5 days. Egypt is a land where towering sands whisper tales of pharaohs and gods, where ancient whispers mingle with modern beats. In just five...
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Best Things to Do in Hurghada, Egypt: Ultimate Guide
Best Things to Do in Hurghada, Egypt: Ultimate Guide Hurghada, Egypt’s crown jewel on the Red Sea, continues to enchant travelers with its pristine beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and endless sunshine. This vibrant city promises even more exciting experiences and hidden treasures waiting to be explored. In this ultimate guide, we will delve into the...
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Aswan Things To Do
Top Aswan Things To Do Nestled along the timeless Nile River, Aswan beckons adventurers with a captivating blend of ancient charm and modern allure. As a Southern Egyptian city immersed in a rich tapestry of history and natural beauty. Aswan invites you to uncover its unique array of activities. Join us as we reveal an...
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Unveiling Aswan's Past
Unveiling Aswan’s Past: A Journey Through Ancient Egypt’s Crown Jewel  Join us on an immersive journey as we uncover the layers of Aswan’s past, where each step is an echo of a bygone era. Nestled on the banks of the mighty Nile River, Aswan stands as a living testament to Egypt’s historical richness. Often overshadowed...
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13 Must-see Attractions in Luxor
Unveiling the Timeless Wonders: Must-See Attractions in Luxor, Egypt Embark on an exciting journey though the must-see attractions in Luxor, Egypt. Nestled gracefully along the timeless banks of the Nile River, Luxor serves as a testament to the splendor of ancient Egyptian civilization. Once known as Thebes in antiquity, Luxor unravels a rich tapestry of...
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History of Luxor Egypt
The Storied History of Luxor Egypt – From Decline to Rediscovery Explore the captivating History of Luxor Egypt – a saga of decline and rediscovery, unveiling treasures lost to time. Nestled gracefully along the meandering banks of the Nile River. Luxor emerges as a captivating city that stands as a living museum, a repository of...
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Egypt in 4 days
Experience Egypt’s Marvels in Just 4 Days with Our Exclusive Tour Packages!” Are you longing for an adventure that seamlessly blends the wonders of the past with the charms of the present, all while staying within your budget? Look no further! Our specially crafted Egypt 4-day tour packages are designed to take you on a...
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11 top things to do in Cairo
11 Top things to Do in Cairo Nestled amidst the bustling streets and vibrant culture of Egypt, Cairo stands as a captivating city. It is brimming with ancient wonders, historical treasures, and modern attractions. There are many things to do in Cairo and we are here with the top of these things. From the awe-inspiring...
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History of Cairo
Unveiling the Enigmatic History of Cairo Cairo, the captivating capital of Egypt, stands as a majestic witness to humanity’s rich and enduring legacy. History of Cairo extends from the grandeur of the pharaohs to the allure of the Islamic era, Cairo’s story is a captivating tapestry woven with threads of diverse cultures, empires, and architectural...
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21 Best Things to Do in Egypt
Explore the Marvels of Egypt: 21 Best Things to Do in Egypt Egypt, a captivating country nestled in North Africa, is a destination that lures travelers with its rich history, remarkable landscapes, and vibrant culture. From ancient wonders to natural marvels, Egypt offers a plethora of experiences that cater to diverse interests. In this blog...
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Best places to visit in Egypt
Exploring Egypt’s Marvels: Best Places to Visit in Egypt Embark on a captivating journey through Egypt’s rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural wonders. This guide unveils the most enchanting places to visit in Egypt, promising an unforgettable travel experience. From the iconic Pyramids of Giza to the vibrant marine life of the Red Sea,...
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Rosetta Stone
Rosetta Stone: A Key to the Past and Beyond The Rosetta Stone is a granodiorite stela inscribed with a decree issued at Memphis, Egypt, in 196 BC. The decree is written in three languages: Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, Demotic script, and Ancient Greek. This trilingual inscription provided the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs, which had been...
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How to read Hieroglyphs
Unraveling the Secrets of Hieroglyphs: A Guide to Reading Ancient Egyptian Symbols Have you ever gazed at the majestic pyramids of Egypt or marveled at the Sphinx and wondered about the ancient civilization that built them? Egypt’s history is a tapestry of grandeur, mystery, and intellectual marvels, and one of its most intriguing aspects is...
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Histroy of Egypt
Unveiling the Rich Tapestry of Egypt: A Journey Through Its History Egypt, a land steeped in mystery and grandeur, has captivated the imaginations of historians, archaeologists, and adventurers for centuries. From the mighty pyramids to the enigmatic pharaohs, Egypt’s history is a testament to the remarkable achievements of a civilization that flourished along the banks...
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Sohag
Sohag is one of the governorates of Upper Egypt which has a deep-rooted history and heritage which extends to the ancient ages, where Abydos, now located in Markaz Belina, was the capital of Egypt all through the eras of the first four Pharaonic Dynasties. Also, the ancient city of This (Thinis) or El-Tina, the village...
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El-Kab
The site of El-Kab, known in ancient times as Nekheb, is located 32km (20 miles) south of Esna on the Nile’s east bank. Activity at the site spans the entirety of ancient Egyptian history and beyond, from the Predynastic period to the Coptic era. El-Kab was the cult home of Nekhbet, the vulture goddess of...
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El-Mo'alla
El-Mo’alla is a located about 32km south of Luxor, on the east bank of the Nile. The site of El-Mo’alla provides an ideal location for several rock-cut tombs and smaller shaft tombs with only a single chamber. The site was in use from the late Predynastic Period to the New Kingdom Period. Tombs found on...
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El-Tod Temple
El-Tod Temple is 20km (12 miles) southwest of Luxor on the east bank of the Nile. To get there, hire a taxi from Luxor and it takes about 30 minutes. Buy your entrance ticket of El-Tod Temple from the Luxor Temple in Luxor before heading there. History of El-Tod Temple The history of the site...
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Hurghada
Originally a sleepy fishing village, Hurghada is now one of Egypt’s main tourist centres stretching for about 40km (25 miles) along the Red Sea shore. Hurghada is south of Suez, 550km (342 miles) from Cairo and 286km (178 miles) from Luxor. The city is served by the Hurghada International Airport with scheduled passenger traffic connecting...
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Gebel El-Silsila
Gebel El-Silsila or Jabal al-Silsila is 65 km north of Aswan between Edfu in the north and Kom Ombo in the south. The site is situated where the cliffs on both sides close to the narrowest point along the length of the entire Nile and high sandstone cliffs come right down to the water’s edge;...
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Seti I is one of the lesser-known pharaohs of the New Kingdom Period, however, his temple at Abydos is amongst the most famous, cited by many as the most impressive religious structure still standing in Egypt. Seti I’s place in history was overshadowed by that of his son, Ramesses II, arguably one of the greatest...
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Pharaoh Seti I
At the end of the 18th Dynasty, Egypt was not in a good state, due to the misgovernment of succession of weak pharaohs. The governments were corrupted, and Egypt’s eastern frontiers were in constant danger of invasion. Finally, Horemheb succeeded the corrupt Old King Ay, and proclaiming himself King of Upper and Lower Egypt, proceeded...
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God Osiris
God Osiris was one of the most popular and beloved gods among the ancient Egyptian deities. Osiris was the all-merciful, the Just Judge of the dead who oversaw one’s life on earth and in the afterlife. Osiris also was considered the first king of Egypt who established the cultural values all later kings were sworn...
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Luxor Highlights In 3 Days
Abydos is the Greek name of the ancient Egyptian name (Abdju). Abdju was the great necropolis of Thini. Thini, the capital city of the 16th nome of Upper Egypt, held a great position during the Predynastic period. Mena, from Thini, united Upper and Lower Egypt in one kingdom in about 3200 BC and founded the...
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Mosque Of Amr Ibn El-Aas In Cairo
The Mosque of Amr Ibn El-Aas is Egypt’s only mosque that has coexisted with all Egyptian governments since the Arabic conquest in 639 AD until today. The mosque has evolved significantly over 1400 years. It began as a small little mosque and grew over time to become known as the “Crown of Mosques.” In the...
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Where To Travel In 2024
Where to travel in 2024? The big question for many people now, as the world is slowly getting back to the norm, is where can I travel in 2024? People began to consider taking a vacation, either domestically or internationally. The first thing that comes to mind is the “Open Destinations” and the Covid restrictions....
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Egyptian Genizah
The documents/texts of the Jewish Genizah are among the most important Egyptian Jewish heritage that has received little attention until now. It has the potential to be a one-of-a-kind Egyptian tourist product that should be widely promoted. The Genizah also gives us a good idea of the religious freedom that Jews had in Egypt. Genizah...
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Ben Ezra Synagogue
Ben Ezra Synagogue in Cairo is one of the most important and largest synagogues in Egypt. Let’s take a look first at the history of Judaism and Jews in Egypt. Looking back in time, we can see that Egypt welcomed Jewish refugees from all over the world with open arms. The Jewish community in Egypt...
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11 Most Famous Synagogues In Egypt
Judaism is the third official religion in Egypt, together with Islam and Christianity. One of the first known monotheistic religions, likely dating to between 2000-1500 B.C. Egyptian Jews have their own synagogues scattered throughout Egypt. Here we are just covering the 11 most well-known synagogues in Cairo and Alexandria. 1-Shaar Hashamayim or Adly Synagogue:  The...
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Abu Serga Church In Cairo
The Church of Abu Serga is located in the modern Old Cairo, in the midst of the ancient Roman fortress of Babylon. It is very close to the famous Hanging Church, Coptic Museum, and the Jewish Ben Ezra Synagogue. The Holy Family drank from a well in the church, so the church is characterized among...
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Hanging Church
Cairo’s Church of the Saint Virgin Mary was built on the ruins of the Roman Babylon Fortress. Because of its location over the ruins of the fortress, it is known as Al Mo’llaqah Chruch or the “Hanging Chruch.” Because of the staircase that leads to the church’s gate, western visitors referred to it as the...
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Memphis Open Air Museum
The capital city of pharaonic Egypt, Memphis, lies under Mit Rahina. Over the last two centuries, a number of projects sought to learn more about Egypt’s ancient capital and to protect its archaeology. These projects made it clear that the archaeology of central Memphis now faced a critical situation. Mit Rahina is included in the...
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History Of Memphis
Memphis was the first capital city of United ancient Egypt. It was located 20 km south of modern Cairo, near the apex of the Delta. It was established in 3200 BC. By the first king of the unified Egypt, Menes or Narmer. Memphis was recurrently the administrative center of the politically unified state of Egypt...
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The Red Pyramid of Dahshur
The Red Pyramid of Dahshur The Red Pyramid of Dahshur is located about 2 km north of the Bent Pyramid. That’s why sometimes is called the North Pyramid of Dahshur. This was the second pyramid built by Sneferu – father of Khufu, for which the Great Pyramid of Giza was built- in Dahshur after the...
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The Bent Pyramid Of Dahshur
The Bent Pyramid of Dahshur was built by Pharaoh Sneferu (2600 -2589 BC). This was the second pyramid built by Sneferu after that Pyramid of Meidum. The Bent Pyramid is spectacular due to its lower part rises from the desert at an inclination of 54 degrees, but the upper part has an inclination of 43...
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Dahshur
Dahshur is a desert plateau located about seven kilometers to the south of Saqqara, the central necropolis of Memphis, capital of Egypt during the Old Kingdom. The name Dahshur, derived from the ancient name (Ikntor) which it is a tree called (Christ’s Thorn). The vast necropolis of Dahshur is one of the large pyramid cemeteries...
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Rescue Of Abu Simbel Temples
For many centuries the two rock-cut temples of Abu Simbel on the bank of the Nile were seen not only as a memorial to the power and deification of Ramses II but as the achievement of an architectural and technical challenge. The danger that the temples would be submerged by the waters of Lake Nasser...
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Abu Simbel Temples
The temples of Abu Simbel are considered among the most celebrated achievements of ancient Egypt. The two temples were cut in the cliffs about 310 Km south of Aswan. The Great Temple was built for Ramses II (1279-1213 BC), while the Small Temple was built for his beloved wife, Queen Nefertari. It is a strange...
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The High Dam in Aswan, Egypt, is regarded as one of the most significant engineering feats of the twentieth century. Aswan High Dam was built to save water and protect Egypt from the Nile‘s high and low floods. Since ancient times, the Nile has been the source of life and civilization in Egypt. Every year,...
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The Unfinished Obelisk In Aswan
Among the remains of the great ancient civilizations, the obelisks of Egypt are undoubtedly more often seen and better known than any other monuments. Obelisks are impressive not only for their lofty size and graceful form but for their high polish and beautiful decoration. One cannot but marvel at the skill of the ancient Egyptians...
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Temple of Isis at Philae in Aswan
Philae Temple or the temple of Isis at Philae Island in Aswan is one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt. It is known as the “Pearl of Egypt”. The temple is located on an island, so it requires a short boat ride. The boat is taken from the Shallal boatyard south of Aswan, where...
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Kom Ombo Temple
Kom Ombo is located 45 km north of Aswan, 60 km south of Edfu, and 165 km south of Luxor on the eastern bank of the Nile. The city lies at a strategic point, leading to ancient gold mines in the eastern desert. It was also one of the great cities of the first nome...
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8 Days Egypt Splendors Tour From Pharaohs To Felucca Cruise
Edfu is a small town located 110 km south of Luxor, 60 km north of Kom Ombo, and 105 km north of Aswan. Edfu is famous for the Temple of Horus. The Temple of Horus in Edfu is the most intact temple in Egypt and one of the most beautiful temples built during the Greco-Roman...
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River Nile & Nile Cruises
The River Nile is the longest river in the world. It runs for 6632 km from Lake Victoria in Central Africa to the Mediterranean. While the Nile runs in Egypt for about 1500 Km from the Sudanese border to the Mediterranean. The Nile is always the source of life and civilization in Egypt since ancient...
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Red Sea Governorate
The Red Sea Governorate is one of the main governorates in Egypt. It stretches for 1080 km along the coast of the Red Sea. The area of the governorate forms 1/8 of Egypt’s total area. A lot of the popular tourist destinations in Egypt are in the Red Sea Governorate. The most renowned among them...
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Library Of Alexandria
The Library of Alexandria is a great library and culture center, not only in Alexandria but on the Mediterranean coast and the whole world. The ancient Egyptians had a great deal of knowledge in every field. Ancient Egyptian libraries are the most important source of this knowledge. The Ancient Egyptians had two different types of...
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Roman Amphitheatre in Alexandria
The Roman Amphitheatre in Alexandria is one of the great highlights of the beautiful city of Alexandria. The Amphitheaters were not just popular in Egypt, they were popular in other countries as Italy, Greece, Jordan and Turkey. Name & Meaning: This Roman Amphitheatre is the only one of its type that exists in Egypt. The...
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Pompey's Pillar in Alexandria
Many of the ancient historians did not tell us more details about the “Pompey’s Pillar” but about the buildings that stood nearby and have disappeared now. The Pompey’s Pillar lies close to the famous Roman Catacombs of Kom El-Shoqafa. The hill on which the pillar is erected was covered with temples and houses a long...
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Citadel of Qaitbay in Alexandria
The Citadel of Qaitbay in Alexandria is one of the most important fortifications in Egypt. It was constructed by Sultan Al-Ashraf Qaitbay to defend Egypt against the Ottomans/Turks. Sultan Al-Ashraf Qaitbay: Qaitbay was born in 1416 in the Caucasus, in the region of the Black Sea. Due to his skills, he was bought by a...
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Catacombs Of Kom El-Shoqafa
The Catacombs of Kom El-Shoqafa are located close to Pompey’s Pillar in Alexandria. The catacombs are huge Egyptian tombs and royal cemeteries with Ptolemaic and Roman influences. The catacombs of Kom El-Shoqafa are one the largest Roman burial sites not just in Alexandria but in Egypt. These catacombs started as a private tomb for a...
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Khan El Khalili Market
Khan El-Khalili is the largest and one of the oldest bazaars in the middle east. Khan El-Khalili is Cairo’s labyrinthine and most famous tourist market. Khan El-Khalili is bounded on the east by Sayyidna Al-Hussein and on the south by Muski street. Khan and Muski are two terms used interchangeably by foreigners and Egyptians alike,...
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12 Day Egypt Tour: Cairo, Alexandria, Hurghada, Luxor, Aswan, Nile Cruise
The Citadel of Saladin is a wonderful place to visit during your stay in Cairo, Egypt. The impressive citadel was built by Saladin to defend Cairo against the Crusaders, and it was the government seat till the time of the British colony, 1882, in Egypt. Salah Ad-Din or Saladin: Saladin is the Founder of the...
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Egyptian Museum in Cairo
Journey through time at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo The Egyptian Museum in Cairo is one of the largest and most important museums in the world. Egyptian museum contains more than 120,000 pieces from all periods of Ancient Egyptian history. It was designed by the French Architect Marcel Dourgnon and built by an Italian company...
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Colossi of Memnon
The Colossi of Memnon In the vast plain that stretches out around western Thebes, between the Nile and the Valley of the Kings, are the remains of the monumental road which led to the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III. The Colossi of Memnon are all that remain of what was once the largest mortuary temple...
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Luxor Temple
Secrets Unearthed at Luxor Temple Luxor Temple was built by the pharaoh Amenhotep III (1387-1349 BCE), the grandson of the military genius Tuthmosis III. It was expanded by the 19th Dynasty pharaoh Ramses II (1279-1213 BCE). Numerous other sovereigns, including Tutankhamun, Horemhab, and Alexander the Great enriched the construction with reliefs, inscriptions, and minor buildings. Luxor...
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Karnank Temple
Karnak Temple: Where Pharaohs Whispered to Gods Karnak Temple complex was the great god’s chief sanctuary and much larger than any other monument in Egypt. It lies about 3km north of Luxor Temple. This huge complex which actually contains many separate temples covers 1700 years of expansion and an area of 300 acres. The Karnak...
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Temple Of Hatshepsut At Deir El-Bahari
Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir El-Bahari in Luxor Step into the realm of the Temple of Hatshepsut, where the echoes of ancient Egypt’s grandeur and architectural mastery resonate. Situated against the cliffs of Deir el-Bahari, this imposing monument reveals the captivating tale of one of Egypt’s extraordinary female pharaohs. Embark with us on a voyage...
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Valley of the Kings in Luxor
Valley of the Kings in Luxor The ancient Egyptian kings used to be buried in huge pyramids for a long time (2630-1550 BCE), like the Great Pyramids of Giza. The last royal pyramid was built in 1550 BCE by pharaoh Ahmose I in Abydos. Unpredictably, pharaohs ceased building pyramids due to grave robberies. They decided...
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Saqqara
Descend into Saqqara: Where Time Stands Still Saqqara is one of the most important and richest necropolises in Egypt. Necropolis of Saqqara is located about 20km south of Giza Plateau. It was the cemetery of Memphis, the 1st capital city of United Egypt in 3200 BCE. The Saqqara necropolis is a vast area, stretching about...
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Great Pyramids Of Giza
Great Pyramids Of Giza Egypt is a well-known tourist destination due to its magnificent wonders such as the Great Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx. Egypt is the cradle of civilization that allowed the same basic language and culture to flourish for nearly 3000 years. For most of this long history, Pharaoh was “Lord of...
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Before Planning Your Trip To Egypt
Are you planning your first trip to Egypt? Planning your first trip to Egypt requires to know some tips and information about Egypt. So, this article covers some very useful tips to help you planning a lovely trip to Egypt. Egypt is perhaps best known as the home of the ancient Egyptian civilization, with its...
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Judaism in Egypt
History of Judaism in Egypt Judaism is the third official religion in Egypt, together with Islam and Christianity. One of the first known monotheistic religions, likely dating to between 2000-1500 B.C. Judaism is the native faith of the Jewish people. Based upon the belief in a covenant of responsibility between a sole omnipotent creator God...
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Christianity in Egypt
Christianity in Egypt Descending from Judaism, Christianity’s central belief maintains Jesus of Nazareth is the promised messiah of the Hebrew Scriptures, and that his life, death, and resurrection will provide salvation for the world. Christianity is one of the three monotheistic Abrahamic faiths, along with Islam and Judaism, which traces its spiritual lineage to Abraham...
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Egypt's Islam
Egypt’s Islam: A Journey Through Faith and History Egypt, the land of pharaohs and pyramids, also boasts a rich and vibrant Islamic heritage. Islam’s arrival in the 7th century CE marked a turning point, shaping Egyptian culture, architecture, and society. Understanding Egypt’s Islam is not just for religious scholars; it’s vital for any traveler seeking...
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