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Giza Pyramids
Giza Pyramids
On the outskirts of Cairo, stands one of the Seven Wonders of the World: the great pyramids. Built around 4.500 years ago, the three towering pyramids are massive in size, constructed from around 2,300,000 blocks, weighing an average of two-and-a-half tons each. Within short walking distance of the pyramids is the great sphinx of Giza, built in 2620 BC in the likeness of the King of Egypt Chephren.. more
Egyptian Museum
Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum was built during the region of Khedive Abbass Helmi2 in 1897 and opened its doors on November 15, 1901. Today, the museum contains the most important collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world. Exhibited are over 12.000 objects from the Pharaonic and Greco-Roman periods, including the celebrated mummies of ancient Egyptian kings and the treasures of King Tutankhamen. .. more
The Citadel
The Citadel
The citadel was constructed by Salah El Din on the Moqattam hills in 1183 AD at the east edge of Cairo, Salah El Din appointed to be the governor of Egypt after the death of the Sultan of Damascus, Noor-el-Din. It was built to defend Cairo from the armies of the Crusaders, and to become the center of Salah El Din's government, after the death of Salah El Din, his nephew, Al Kamel, reinforced the .. more
Old Cairo
Old Cairo
Old Cairo, the eldest district in the Egyptian capital, was settled as far back as the sixth century BC. In later centuries, Romans built the fortress Babylon in the area, remnants of which still exist. Later, Old Cairo became the center of Christianity in Egypt, with as many as 20 churches built within an area of one square mile. You will make unforgettable tour in Old Cairo & see Babylon Fortres.. more
Memphis
Memphis
This historic area was the capital of ancient Egypt during the first dynasty, founded in 3105 BC as the legendary city of Menes, the king who united Upper and Lower Egypt. In its early years of existence, Memphis was the fortress from which Menes reigned over the land and water routes connecting Upper Egypt to the Delta.
Sakkara
Sakkara
Sakkara is one section of the great necropolis of Memphis, capital of the Old kingdom. Egyptian kings of the first and second dynasties are buried in Sakkara, located 12 miles southwest of Cairo. The famous step pyramid of King Zoser was the first pyramid to be erected in ancient Egypt, preceding those at Giza by many centuries.
The Greco-Roman Museum
The Greco-Roman Museum
Houses many collections of rare Greek and Roman relics and coins - about 40 thousand pieces, from the Third Century B.C. to the Seventh Century AD, including the "Tanagra" collection. The museum also houses the pieces recovered in 1995 at the Lighthouse site
Pompey's Pillar
Pompey's Pillar
Mistakenly named so in the Middle Ages, this granite pillar is over 25 meters high. Built amidst the ruins of the Serapium in AD 297 AD in honor of Emperor Diocletian, it is the most prominent remaining Greek landmark in Alexandria
The Roman Amphitheatre
The Roman Amphitheatre
Located downtown at Kom al-Dikkah the Roman amphitheatre is considered unique in Egypt. Discovered only in the early 1960's while laying the foundation of a new building, the amphitheatre has twelve semi-circular marble tiers in remarkably good condition.
The Catacombs
The Catacombs
It dates back to the early Roman period. It was discovered in 1900 after they had been looking for it for about 12 years. These catacombs were originally a private crypt, but were later extended with more roman burials. People are buried here in sa.. more
Fortress of Qaitbay
Fortress of Qaitbay
Situated on the entrance to Alexandria's eastern harbor where the place was exact of the famous Lighthouse, This Citadel was established by the Sultan Al-Ashraf Abu Alnasr Saif Eldin Qaitbay who came to Egypt as slave not over 20 years of age. It was built to be a defensive fortress on The Med.. more
The Mosque of Mursi Abul Abbas
The Mosque of Mursi Abul Abbas
Situated in Al-Anfushi, this Andalusia-style mosque is the largest in the city. It has four domes and a minaret, and was re-built in the twentieth century at the site of the old Abul Abbas shrine.
El Alamein
El Alamein
Town in north east of Egypt located near the Mediterranean Sea. It is 326 km northwest of Cairo, and 103 km west of Alexandria, El Alamein is most notable as the place where the Allied forces of WW II gained a decisive victory of the Axis forces. There are several hotels and a beach resort. There is also a war museum with collectibles from the Battle of El Alamein and other North African battles. .. more
Philae Temple
Philae Temple
The Philae temple complex, once located on Philae island, was threatened by flooding when the high dam was built. With international donor assistance, the temples were moved and reconstructed on Agilka island, where they can be viewed today, this beautiful temple complex was constructed during the 3rd century BC, and the main temple was dedicated to the goddess Isis ( Mother of the goddesses and t.. more
Abu Simbel Temples
Abu Simbel Temples
Not only are the two temples at Abu Simbel among the most magnificent monuments in the world but their removal and reconstruction was an historic event in itself. When the temples (174 Miles from Aswan) were threatened by submersion in Lake Nasser, due to the construction of the High Dam, the Egyptian Government secured the support of UNESCO and launched a world wide appeal. During the salvage ope.. more
Botanical Garden Aswan
Botanical Garden Aswan
Kitchener's Island is a botanical garden, filled with exotic plants and trees imported from all over the world. It is a perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon in the shade. The island must be reached by boat, and is located on the other side of Elephantine Island from Aswan. The Island was given to Lord Kitchener for his campaigns in the Sudan, and he moved their and created his garden, importing.. more
The Unfinished obelisk
The Unfinished obelisk
Much of the red granite used for ancient temples and colossi came from quarries in the Aswan area. Around these quarries are many inscriptions, many of which describe successful quarrying projects. The unfinished obelisk is considered the largest piece of stone ever handled. Four boats were strapped together, and three obelisks were laid crosswise. .. more
The High Dam
The High Dam
Located near Aswan, the world famous High Dam was an engineering miracle when it was built in the 1960s. It contains 18 times the material used in the Great Pyramid of Cheops. The Dam is 11,811 feet long, 3215 feet thick at the base and 364 feet tall. Today it provides irrigation and electricity for the whole of Egypt and, together with the old Aswan Dam built by the British between 1898 and 1902.. more
Agha Khan Mausoleum
Agha Khan Mausoleum
This pink granite mausoleum in Aswan was built for the spiritual leader of the Ismailis, a Shiite sect in 1957. The Agha khan was educated in Europe and succeeded his father in 1885 to become the 48th Imam, his son succeeded h.. more
Elephantine Island
Elephantine Island
Elephantine Island is the largest of the Aswan area islands, and is one of the most ancient sites in Egypt, with artifacts dating to predynastic periods. This is probably due to its location at the first Cataract of the Nile, which provided a natural boundary between Egypt and Nubia. As an island, it was also easily defensible. In fact, the ancient town located in the southern part of the island w.. more
Nubian Museum
Nubian Museum
This museum takes its name from the ancient Egyptian (Nbu), meaning gold, in reference to the area's famous gold mines. It was built on an area of 50,000 square meters, 7000 of which are excluded to building, while the rest designed to be the yard of the museum. The work in this unique edifice lasted for 11 years and costed LE 60 million. The museum consists of three floors for displaying Three .. more
Kom Ombo Temple
Kom Ombo Temple
Located in the town of Kom-Ombo, about 28 Miles north of Aswan, the Temple, dating to the Greeks, is built on a high dune overlooking the Nile. The actual temple was started by Ptolemy VI Philometor in the early second century BC. Ptolemy XIII built the outer and inner hypostyle halls. The outer enclosure wall and part of the court were built by Augustus sometime after 30 BC, and are mostly gone... more
Edfu Temple Aswan
Edfu Temple Aswan
Edfu is situated about 65 Miles north of Aswan. The town was known as Tbot by the early Egyptians, by the Greeks as Apollinopolis Magna and as Atbo during Coptic times, The main attraction in Edfu is the Temple of Horus, which is considered by most to be the best preserved cult temple in Egypt. D.. more
Luxor Temple
Luxor Temple
The magnificent Temple of Luxor is located in downtown on the East bank of the Nile in Luxor. It was built by Amenhotep III in 18th dynasty in the new kingdom around 1400 BC, and it was completed by Ramses II during the 19th Dynasty around 1250 BC. It was dedicated to the great god Am.. more
Valley of The Kings
Valley of The Kings
The secret Valley of the Kings is located on the West bank of the river Nile at Luxor. It is situated 16 Miles from Luxor train station. It was used for burial; there are many kings between 1504 -1000 BC, buried in this valley. Moreover, the shapes of.. more
Valley of the Queens
Valley of the Queens
The Valley of the Queens is a place in Egypt where wives of Pharaohs were buried in ancient times, it is located in Luxor, west bank of the river Nile, one and a half kilometers southwest of the Valley of the Kings It was .. more
Valley of the Nobles
Valley of the Nobles
The Valley of The Nobles is located on the west bank of Luxor, in an area called Sheik Abd El-Korna. The site has rock cut tombs of Nobles, and high officials of ancient Egypt, who once served the Pharaohs during the time of the New Kingdom. (1500 - 500 BC). Among the most important tombs in this cemetery is the.. more
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