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History of Egypt | Egypt History Timeline

History of Egypt | Egypt History Timeline

The Nile Valley is the birthplace of one of the oldest and greatest civilizations the world has ever known. For nearly 3,000 uninterrupted years, Egypt’s kings and pharaohs ruled over a highly organized, cultured, and sophisticated state, when most of the world was still living in caves and hunting with clubs. You can learn more about the history of Egypt with us.

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Kings and Rulers of Egypt

Kings and Rulers of Egypt

The remarkable sophistication of the Ancient Egyptian empire is still hard to reconcile with how far back in time it existed. But the stories of the pharaohs undoubtedly bring us closer to a fascinating civilization that spanned over 3,000 years and 170 pharaohs.

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Pyramids of Egypt

Pyramids of Egypt | Egypt Pyramids

The pyramids of Egypt fascinated travelers and conquerors in ancient times and continue to inspire wonder in the tourists, mathematicians, and archeologists who visit, explore, measure, and describe them. You will discover more about Egypt's pyramids here!!!!

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Egyptian Cuisine | Ancient Egyptian Food Recipes

Egyptian Cuisine

The gastronomy of Egypt or Egyptian cuisine is very varied due to its geographical position that bridges the African and Mediterranean cuisines. Egypt is a country with a large expanse of desert and this is noticeable in some of its culinary customs. Being a Muslim country, many of the gastronomic customs are governed by the laws of Islam.

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Getting to Egypt | Egypt Tourist Visa

Getting to Egypt

To enter Egypt, travelers must obtain a passport with a minimum validity of 6 months and apply for a visa from one of the Egyptian diplomatic missions unless they are coming from one of the visa exempt or visa eligible countries on arrival.

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Clothing in Ancient Egypt

Clothing in Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egyptian clothing refers to the manner of dress of the inhabitants of this era in Ancient Egypt from the end of the Neolithic period until the collapse of the Ptolemaic kingdom with the death of Cleopatra, as well as the colors used for clothing. Egyptian clothing was full of a variety of colors.

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Religion in Egypt | Religious Beliefs In Egypt

Religion in Egypt

According to the 1971 Constitution and the Constitutional Declaration of Egypt, Islam is the official religion of Egypt and the majority of the state's population owes it. There are no specific percentages of followers of beliefs for Egypt, as official Egyptian statistics have stopped mentioning the number of followers of religions and sects since the 1996 census. But we can say that religion in Egypt controls many aspects of social life and is backed by law.

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Ramadan in Egypt

Ramadan in Egypt

The blessed month of Ramadan can be defined as the month of fasting, and is the ninth month of the Hijri calendar used in Islam. It is a special time among Muslims, as they abstain from eating, drinking, and their desires from sunrise to sunset, which is heralded by the call to the evening prayer.

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River Nile

The River Nile

The Nile River is much more than a natural watercourse, it was and still is the main axis of the country: geographically, it is Egypt's backbone; culturally, it is the mythical place that served as a source of inspiration for its ancient religion. And of course, it is a source of life and wealth, above all, for the agricultural possibilities that it has offered and continues to offer to the inhabitants of the country.

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Port Said Port

Port Said

Port Said Port, considered one of the most important Egyptian ports due to its distinguished location at the entrance of the largest international maritime corridor (the Suez Canal) and in the middle of the largest commercial shipping line connecting Europe with the East and is considered the largest transit port in the world.

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Egypt Visa on Arrival | Egypt Visa on Arrival Eligible Countries

Egypt Visa on Arrival | Entry Visa of Egypt

Visa must be taken from one of the Egyptian diplomatic purposes for those wishing to visit beloved Egypt unless they come from one of the visa-exempt countries or countries to obtain an entry visa upon arrival. Visitors must also carry passports that are valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival in Egypt.

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Mummification in Ancient Egypt

Mummification in Ancient Egypt | Ancient Egyptian Mummification Process

Scientists said that the embalming of the dead among the ancient Egyptians began more than 6,000 years ago, much earlier than previously thought. Mummification, made famous by the ancient Egyptians, is one of the sciences that has not yet revealed all its secrets. The Egyptians have always said that the spirit that left the body at death will return. And they have not used artificial methods. That is why they were content to bury the dead in craters in the sandy soil of the desert.

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How the Pyramids were Built | Egypt Pyramids

How the Great Pyramids Were Built? | Myth of the Pyramids

The pyramids of Egypt are one of the Seven Wonders of the World. They have been used as tombs for kings and queens. The Pyramid of Khufu, located west of Giza, is the largest among them. It is a tourist attraction like no other.

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Marsa Matrouh

Marsa Matrouh Resorts | Top Beaches of Marsa Matruh

Marsa Matrouh located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, about 290 km west of Alexandria and 524 km from Cairo, and Marsa Matrouh considered its way to the Siwa Oasis and its highlights such as Dakrour Mountain, Cleopatra's Spring, and the Temple of Alexander the Great.

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Bubastis

Bubastis Ancient City | Tell-Basta | Per-Bast

The city of Bubastis or Tell-Basta is an important religious center and one of the capitals of ancient Egypt. Because of its location at the eastern entrance to Egypt, it faced the regiments coming from the east across the Sinai and encountered many of the conquerors and invaders. I was honored that it was a transit and temporary residence for the Virgin Mary and her son Christ "peace be upon them" upon their arrival in Egypt.

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Suez Governorate

El Suez Governorate | Suez Canal Egypt

In the past, it was called Qulzam. It is located east of the Nile River delta at the southern entrance of the Suez Canal. It is bordered on the north by the governorate of Ismailia, on the east by southern Sinai, and on the west by Cairo.

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Ismailia Governorate

Al-Ismailia Governorate Egypt

Ismailia Governorate is one of the governorates located on the eastern border of the Republic of Egypt in the middle of the Suez Canal, and is inhabited by about one million and three hundred thousand people, and includes conservative part of the Sinai Peninsula after the administrative division in 1979.

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North Sinai

North Sinai Governorate | Red Sea Attractions

The governorate of North Sinai enjoys a distinguished strategic location, either regionally or nationally, as it is the eastern stronghold of Egypt and represents an area linking the east and west.

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South of Sinai Governorate

South Sinai Governorate | Sinai Desert Egypt

South Sinai Governorate is considered one of the most beautiful and wonderful tourist areas in Egypt. God has endowed it with enchanting nature among mountains, plains, valleys, and beautiful beaches, in addition to the seawater where there are coral reefs, rare fish, and dazzling nature.

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Giza - Ancient History Encyclopedia

Giza City | Greater Cairo | Ancient History Encyclopedia

Many human civilizations triumphed in the land of Egypt, the most famous of which was the ancient Egyptian civilization, whose ancient ruins still attest to this. The seven most famous wonders of the world are the pyramids and the Sphinx, and in this article, we will highlight the Giza Governorate.

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Giza - Ancient History Encyclopedia

In Egypt flourished a large number of human cultures, the most famous being the ancient Egyptian civilisation, of which ruins are still visible today. Two of the seven most renowned wonder of the world are the pyramids and the Sphinx and in this article we will focus on the Governorate of Giza.

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The Temples of Ancient Egypt

The Temples of Ancient Egypt

There were two competing forces in the universe in ancient Egypt: fertility and aridity, life and death, order and chaos which were kept under control by goddess Maat and the building of massive temples dedicated to gods. You're supported by Cairo top tours!!

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Funeral Traditions in Ancient Egypt

Funeral Traditions in Ancient Egypt

Since the ancient Egyptians believed firmly in eternal life, they conceived a complex funerary service that enabled them to continue to live after death. More information and interesting facts on ancient Egyptian tomb rites, mummifications and ancient Egyptian mythology can be found here in Cairo Top Tours.

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Monastery of St.Macarius the great

Monastery of St.Macarius the great

The Monastery of St. Machary the Grand and Deir Abu Machari is located about 92 km north-west of Cairo and on the Cairo-Alexandria highway in Wadi El Natrun, Beheira governorate, Egypt. A group of monks who wanted peace and loneliness built it in the fourth century.

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Abu sir

Abu Sir | Abu Sir Egypt

Abu Sir is a historic site within Giza, comprising a "city of tombs," a number of pyramids, a mastaba and other monuments. It belongs to Center Badrasheen.

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Darb al arbain | darb el-arbain caravan route

Darb al arbain | darb el-arbain caravan route

Darb al Arbain was a long road between central Egypt and Sudan between north-south. Gold, ivory, spices, wheat, animals and plants have been transported and transported since the ancient Kingdom of Egypt.

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Pyramids of Giza | Queens' Pyramids

Queens' Pyramids

The pyramids were built in ancient Egypt not only for the rulers but also for the kings' wives, moms and daughters.

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Gulf of Egyptian See| The Gulf of Suez

Suez Gulf, Egypt

At the northern end of the Red Sea is the Suez Gulf, which is also called bahar al-qulzum.

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Ahnasia | Ahnasia City

Ahnasia 

Ahnasia is known as Herakleopolis, the Roman name for the 20th century capital of ancient Upper Egypt.

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Egyptian temples architecture

Egyptian temples architecture

What were the Egyptians' methods for building their temples? They had to build first and foremost, because the temples are dedicated to the goddess and would always remain there, a building and an achievement in the architectural field.

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Traditional food in Egypt | Egyptian culture food traditions

Traditional food in Egypt | Egyptian culture and food traditions

Food is an essential part of every country’s culture. So, to get to know more about Egyptian culture, here is a list of 5 traditional Egyptian dishes that you have to try when visiting Egypt.

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Opet festival

The opet festival is a celebration of the fertility of the god and the king during the flooding of the Nile from Karnak temples to luxor temple

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Music in the Ancient Egyptian Era

Music Formed an important part of ancient Egyptian life, and musicians held various positions in Egyptian society

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Cosmetics in Ancient Egypt

the use of cosmetics in ancient Egypt differed slightly between social classes, with members of the upper class wearing more make-up because wealthy individuals could buy more cosmetics. Although there is no clear difference between the make-up styles of the upper and lower class noblewoman have been known to pale their skin with creams and powder. Dark skin was associated with the lower class, which become brown due to working in the sun, while pale skin was associated with nobles

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Ancient Egyptian Calendar Facts

It is an arithmetic system the ancient Egyptians established for the division of the year. The year consisted of 13 months. the Nile flood in determining the beginning of the year, it is also the current calendar that regulates agriculture in Egypt in modern times.

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Alexandria Governorate Egypt | Alexandria Governorate History

Alexandria has always been known as the Mermaid of the Mediterranean. It is the second metropolitan city in Egypt after Cairo and most regarded as the second capital after it had been its only capital in the past.Overlying the Mediterranean Sea, Alexandria was called after Alexander the Great, who built it in 331 B.C., to become the Hellenic Roman Capital of Egypt and a world center of culture and civilization.

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Behira Governorate Egypt | Behira Governorate History

Beheira Governorate enjoys an important strategical place, west of the Rosetta branch of the Nile. It comprises four important highways, namely the Cairo-Alexandria desert road, the Cairo agricultural road, the international road, and the circular road. Beheira Governorate is also home to a number of the most important Coptic monasteries in Wadi El Natrun

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Al Sharqia Governorate Egypt | Historical Importance of Al Sharqia

Al Sharqia governorate is found within the northeastern part of Egypt. The governorate is deckled by Ismaeliya to its east, El Qalyoubiya governorate to its south, El Manzala Lake within the north, and El Daqahila within the west. The governorate consists of many body centers, towns, and cities. The Al Sharqia governorate is well connected by rail and road to alternative governorates, creating it simply accessible to most components of the country.

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Museum of Tal Basta Antiquities | Museum of Tal Basta Sharkia

Tal Basta or Tell Basta (Bubastis or Per-Bastet, which means "The Domain of Bastet) is the website of an associate degree ancient town eighty klicks to the northeast of Cairo within the jap River Delta. the traditional mound sets simply to the southeastern facet of contemporary Zagazig. it absolutely was a very important town from concerning the fourth family line till the top of the Roman amount (2613 BC through 395 AD), and was the capital of the eighteenth Lower Egyptian Nome throughout the Late amount.

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Tanis The Ancient City of Egypt | Tanis The Lost City

The city of Tanis is comparatively unknown among Egypt's wealth of historical sites, although it yielded one in every of the best archaeologic troves ever found. Once the capital of all Egypt, Tanis's royal tombs have yielded artifacts on par with the treasures of Tutankhamun. The treasures found within the "lost city" of Tanis rival those of King Tut's. however, for over six decades the wealth from its rulers' tombs has remained for the most part unknown.

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10 Most Popular Egyptian Dishes | Traditional Egyptian Dishes

When you’re traveling through Egypt, it’s not uncommon to be wedged within the beauty and wonders of this brilliant country, thence forgetting that the food culture is so distinctive and values exploring. As way as what to expect, several of the country’s ancient dishes embrace lamb, beef, and fish, and myriad recipes concentrate on rice and grains, further as beans and vegetables. Thus, though you’re a feeder, you’ll have lots of delicious food to eat in Egypt.

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Nile River Tourist Attractions | Top Nile River Attractions

The Nile River depression has continually been thought-about to be the inexperienced a part of Egypt thanks to the traditional stream providing water facultative the plants and crops to be additional fertile with acres of green fields on the Nile River delta from administrative district nearly up to the Mediterranean. Its history isn't solely of the valleys and fields, however of Ancient Egyptian history of Temples and Tombs deliberately places close to the Nile River to supply higher irrigation and water provides. This section can surprise and inform you of the many locations and sites to envision together with sensible recommendations while visiting the gorgeous country of Egypt.

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Al Gharbia Governorate Egypt | Historical Importance of Al Gharbia

Gharbia Governorate is one of the governorates of Egypt. it's placed within the north of the country, south of Kafr El ruler Governorate, and north of Monufia Governorate. Its capital is Tanta, which is ninety metric linear units north of Cairo, and one hundred twenty metric linear units southeast of Alexandria. the most important town in Gharbia is El Mahalla El Kubra.

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Egypt's New Administrative Capital City | New Cairo capital city

The New Administrative Capital is to be situated forty-five kilometers (28 miles) east of Cairo and simply outside the Second larger Cairo circumferential, in a very for the most part undeveloped space halfway to the haven town of Suez. in keeping with the plans, the town can become the new body and money capital of Egypt, housing the most government departments and ministries and foreign embassies. On 700 sq. kilometers (270 sq mi) of total space, it might have a population of six.5 million individuals, although it's calculable that the figure might rise to seven million.

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kafr El Sheikh Governorate | kafr El Sheikh Governorate History

Kafr El sheik Governorate, which was once a part of the Gharbia Governorate, was created in 1949. it absolutely was originally named Fuadiyah in honor of King Fuad I of Egypt. once the 1952 Revolution and therefore the subsequent abolishment of the autarchy, the governorate took the name of its capital town Kafr El sheik. This name, adopted in 1955, means "the village of the chief".

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Luxor Governorate Egypt | Luxor Governorate History

Luxor may be a town on the east bank of the Nile River in southern Egypt. It's on the positioning of ancient Thebes, the pharaohs’ capital at the peak of their power, throughout the 16th–11th centuries B.C. Today's town surrounds two immense, living ancient monuments: swish Luxor Temple and Karnak Temple, a mile north. The royal tombs of the depression of the Kings and therefore the depression of the Queen are on the river’s West Bank.

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Aswan Governorate Egypt | Aswan Governorate History

Aswan, a town on the Nile River, has been southern Egypt’s strategic and business entry since antiquity. It contains important anthropology sites just like the Philae temple advanced, on Agilkia Island close to the landmark dike. Philae’s ruins embrace the colonnaded Temple of Isis, geological dating to the fourth century B.C. Downriver, a large Island holds the Temple of Khnum, from the Third kinsfolk.

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Qena Governorate Egypt | Qena Governorate History

Qena is additionally filled with exciting and in-style traveler attractions, together with ruler monuments like Denderah Temple. This website is located on the geographic area of the Nile River, five-kilometer from Qena town. It still has inscriptions and writing that go all the approach back to Queen Cleopatra’s era and additionally has Greek writings. together with that, the governorate has Muslim shrines together with the mosques of Seedy Abdel Rehem el-Qenae, the Omari house of prayer in Qoos, and additionally the Coptic monasteries in Naqada Markaz.

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Sohag Governorate Egypt | Sohag Governorate History

Sohag Governorate is one amongst the governorates of Egypt. it's set within the southern part of the country, and covers a stretch of the Nile vale. Since 1960, its capital has been the town of Sohag. before that, the capital was the town of Girga, and also the name of the governorate was Girga Governorate

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Assiut Governorate Egypt | Assiut Governorate History

Assiut lies between 2 mountains, so it's distinguished by an awfully hot and dry climate. it's additionally thought-about the trade capital of Upper Egypt. The governorate is known for the production of cotton, wheat, maize, corn, fava beans, citrus, pomegranate, mangoes, grapes, and bananas.

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Red Sea Governorate Egypt | Red Sea Governorate Attractions

Red Sea Governorate is one in every of the twenty seven governorates of Egypt. set between the Nile River and also the sea within the southeast of the country, its southern border forms a part of Egypt's border with Sudan. Its capital and largest town is Hurghada

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Beni Suef Governorate Egypt | Beni Suef Governorate Attractions

Beni Suef governorate is found right within the center of Egypt. This busy region encompasses a population of quite two,000 per sq. kilometer. Beni Suef is that the capital and also the main town of this governorate

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Dakahlia Governorate Egypt | Dakahlia Governorate History

Dakahlia Governorate is found within the northeastern a part of Egypt and is comprised of eighteen cities. Its capital is Mansoura and also the metropolis town, Cairo, is southwest from Dakahlia province.

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Damietta Governorate Egypt | Damietta Governorate History

Damietta governorate may be a tiny province set within the extreme northeast of Egypt within the delta region. it's sparsely inhabited with slightly quite one million folks. Damietta is split into body sub-districts: Damietta Central, Faraskur Central, Az Zarqa Central and Kafr Saad Central. These four body centers, or "Markaz" in Arabic, altogether carries with it ten cities, thirty five native village units, fifty nine villages, and 722 sub-villages.

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Fayoum Governorate Egypt | Fayoum Governorate Attractions

Faiyum governorate is found close to the middle of Egypt and its capital is that the town of Faiyum. Faiyum is found southwest of Cairo and includes a population of over three million. Faiyum Oasis is that the location of Lake Moeris and additionally includes a few cities around it and several other giant farms. The cities of El Gharaq el Sultani have additionally sprung up south of Faiyum Oasis. Another dry desert depression, named gully Elrayan is found at the west of El Gharaq el swayer, but it's fully barren and so includes a terribly tiny population.

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Qaliubiya Governorate Egypt | Qaliubiya Governorate Attractions

Qaliubiya is one of the bigger Cairo region’s governorates. It lies to the east of the Nile at the terribly prime of Egypt's Delta region. Shoubra el-Khaima is that the capital town of Qaliubiya governorate. The region is central to Lower Egypt's agriculture and this value helps to form Qaliubiya the hub that links Lower Egypt with administrative division.

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Monufia Governorate Egypt | Monufia Governorate History

Monufia is settled in the north of Egypt, around the Nile River Delta. It lies to the north of Cairo and to the south of Gharbia, another governorate. The capital of Monufia is Shibin Ei Korun. most cities of the governorate are Sers el-Lyan, Ashmoun, menouf, Bagour, Tala, Quesna.

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Menya Governorate Egypt | Menya Governorate Attractions

Minya is one among higher Egypt's governorates. It derives its name from the capital town, originally well-known in Sahidic Coptic as Bohairic and Tmoone, which means “the residence." this can be in relevance the Coptic cloister once within the region. The name may additionally originate from the city’s name in Egyptian Men at Khufu. very little is understood currently regarding Minya with relation to its nice wealth of significant archaeologic sites. it's an interesting history.

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New Valley Governorate Egypt | New Valley Governorate Attractions

New natural depression Governorate is one among the twenty-seven governorates of Egypt and is set within the southwestern a part of the country. It includes a number of the desert space of the desert, between northern Sudan, the Nile and southeastern Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya. Comprising of nearly common fraction of Egypt, the New natural depression Governorate is that the country’s largest governorates and one among the largest regions on the African continent. Its capital is Kharga, among the Kharga Oasis.

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Cairo Governorate Egypt | Cairo History

Cairo is fan-shaped, narrowest within the south, wherever the stream depression is compact between desert escarpments, and widest within the north, wherever the depression blends into the delta. Over the centuries town dilated westward, as a receding stream channel left land flood-free. In response to heightened demand, however, the town conjointly has been elongated to the north and south and has developed an increasing annex on the Nile’s western shore.

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Eid el Fitr in Egypt | El Fitr Feast in Egypt

During Eid el-Fitr family gatherings involve cookery and uptake of all types of Egyptian food, however the item most related to Eid al-Fitr area unit 'Kahk' that area unit cookies crammed with loony and lined with granulated sugar. Egyptians either bake Kahk reception or go to the bakeshop.

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Nile Islands in Egypt

The stream Nile River isles in Egypt’s numerous governorates area unit thought of nature reserves. Studies show that the amount of those isles is 144; on the most course from the urban center to the Delta barrage their area unit ninety-five isles, and their space is concerning 32500 Feddans.

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The Book of Caverns | Caverns of Re

The Cavern of Sokar, an area settled within the fifth hour of the supposed Book of Amduat, constitutes a real turning purpose, because it represents the climax of the link between Re and Egyptian deity, that is, the passage of the star disk by the best depths of the Duat.

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Tel Al Farain | Tel Al Farain Egypt

The site is comprised of 3 mounds, 2 of that are settlements with the third covering the temple. due to the water level, early stratification layers are troublesome to excavate however associate body center/palace was uncovered within the Early kinfolk amount. the positioning was abandoned within the recent Kingdom before being settled within the eighth century BCE.

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Eid al-Adha Egypt | Eid-el-Kibr Egypt

On Eid al-Adha, Muslims demonstrate their obedience to Allah by sacrificing AN animal. the vacation is impressed by a story from the Quran that's additionally best-known to Christians and Jews.

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Sham El-Nessim | Easter in Egypt

Sham Ennessim is associated Egyptian national pageant marking the start of spring because it originates from the traditional Egyptian Shemu pageant. Sham Ennessim continually falls on Easter Monday, that is that the day when Easter, in accordance with the Coptic Orthodox

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Gabal al-Tayr

This Christian church stands on the east bank of the river some forty kilometers north of the Minya Bridge in Middle Egypt and simply east of the town of Samalut. One might cross the river from Bayahu to Gabal al-Tayr by sailing ship boat, although there's no regular service and it's going to take up high 2 hours for the crossing looking on the wind. once reaching the east bank of the river one should climb 166 steps up a drop to succeed in the church. The building sit among the dwellings of Gabal al-Tayr, on high of a rock from that one features a howling read of the river natural depression with its rigorously cultivated fields and plush palm groves.

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National Parks in Egypt | Top National Parks

There are thirty national parks in Egypt with heterogeneous species of flora and fauna, a number of that are native to Egypt and may solely be seen within the country.

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