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The Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon

the colossi of MemnonThe first monument that one sees on a visit to the west bank of Luxor is the site of the funerary temple of Amunhotep 3rd. the temple itself has all but completely disappeared, but the colossal twin…

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The Temples of Abu Simbel

The Temples of Abu Simbel

The temples of Abu Simbel are considered among the most celebrated achievements of the ancient Egyptians. The two temples were cut in the cliffs about 350 K.M south of Aswan. The temples were excavated by Belzoni in 1917, when the…

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The World Saves Abou Simbel Temples

The World Saves Abou Simbel Temples

The rising water threatened the ancient monuments in Nubia. It threatened the two temples of Abou Simbel, if the water continued to rise. These temples lived for thousands of years and they tell the story of a great Pharaoh, so…

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The Egyptian papyrus

The Egyptian papyrus

Modern paper is a direct descendant of ancient Egyptian papyrus. This legacy of ancient Egypt to humanity cannot be overestimated. Egyptian papyrus was made from the pith of cyperus papyrus, which grew abundantly in the delta marshes. Stems were cut…

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The greatest open air museum Luxor

The greatest open air museum Luxor

Luxor has often been called the world's greatest open air museum, and indeed it is and more. The number and preservation of the monuments in Luxor area are unparalleled anywhere else in the world that known of. Actually, what most…

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Sakkara

Sakkara

Leaving Memphis, and travelling westward over an excellent road for four kilometers, and ascending the sandy plateau, we come to the vast graveyard, the greatest Necropolis of Sakkara in which the Memphite Pharaohs and inhabitants of their capital city were…

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Memphis

Memphis

Let us turn our steps to one of the most famous capitals of the ancient world, the first historical capital of united Egypt, Memphis which dates back to 3200 B.C.; to visit the earliest monuments of civilized man.The trip is…

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Khan El Khalili Cairo Islamic area

Khan El Khalili Cairo Islamic area

However short the stay maybe, the tourist to Cairo should always find a time to spare for visiting the unique shops of Khan El Khalili Bazaars.Khan El Khalili was first designed for jewelers and dealers in ornate clothing as well…

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Joseph's Well

Joseph's Well

It is situated within the Citadel, but it is far older than the Citadel itself and is probably the work of Ancient Egyptians, although it takes its name from the Joseph of the Bible, but from Salah el Din Youssef…

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The Church of Abu Seifein old Cairo

The Church of Abu Seifein old Cairo

To the north of the Roman fortress stands the ancient Monastery (deir) known as Deir Abu Seifein, so called because its largest church is dedicated to Saint Mercuruis. The word Abu Seifein means father of the swords and according to…

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The Hanging Church

The Hanging Church

The Hanging Church, the most ancient of churches in the Roman Fortress, derives its common name from its being suspended between two Roman Bastions and the ascent is made by a staircase built close by one of these bastions. Authorities…

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Amr Ibn El As Mosque Old Cairo

Amr Ibn El As Mosque Old Cairo

From a chronological point of view we should have begun with Amr Mosque which was the first mosque erected in Egypt directly after the Arab conquest. It is known as the mosque of conquest or the crown mosque. It is…

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Alabaster Mosque (Mohammed Ali Mosque)

Alabaster Mosque (Mohammed Ali Mosque)

The Mohammed Ali Mosque is one of the landmarks of Cairo and is one of the first features to catch the eye when approaching the city no matter from which side. After completing the construction of the palaces and the…

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The Citadel of Salah El Din

The Citadel of Salah El Din

The Citadel of Salah El Din (Kalat el Gabal or El Kala as its local called) was built on a spur of the Mukattam Hills dominated Cairo and commanding a view of the capital from its imposing ramparts. The spur…

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The Holy Family in Egypt

The Holy Family in Egypt

It was Egypt that harbored the Holy Family when they sought refuge from the wrath of Herod. Under the cover of a chilly freezing and heavy rains night, Mary huddled the child to her bosom, and on the back of…

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