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Penout Tomb

Penout Tomb is located in Amada the way between Aswan and Abu Simbel. Belived to be one of rarest ancient Egypt attractions known for the outstanding inscriptions found on the walls and columns of the temples there.

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Red Sea

The Red Sea is located to the East of Egypt with Sinai, the Suez Gulf to the West, and the Aqaba Gulf to the East, at its very top to the North. It passes by the lands of various countries including Egypt, Sudan, Eretria in Africa and Saudi Arabia, Y ...

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Marsa Alam

Marsa Alam is one of the newest tourist destinations in Egypt. The development of the city began in 1995, experts assert that Marsa Alam would be a major city for tourism because of its wonderful beaches, warm weather, and the magical ambience.

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Port Said

Portsaid, the courageous city, as best described Egyptians, has an extremely strategic location. Perhaps its location that made all this civilization emerge there. Situated at the entrance of the Suez Canal in the north, the Mediterranean Sea is loca ...

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Ain Sokhna

El Ain El Sokhna is one of the newest touristic destinations added to the map in Egypt. It was a simple village with few local resorts. During the previous ten years, El Ain El Sokhna witnessed a huge development with the construction of the new dire ...

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Alexandria City

Located in Northern Egypt overlooking the shores of the Mediterranean, Alexandria is around 230 kilometers to the North of Cairo and simply the first and most ancient city at the beginning of the Northern Coast in Egypt.

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Ras Mohammed Park

Lot of people believe that Ras Mohamed does not belong to this world with its extraordinary environment and unique location. The air here is cleaner and even smells different than any other place of Egypt.

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Dakhla Oasis

Dakhla Oasis, one of Egypt’s mot remote oases, it is a splendid gateway for a vacation of unlimited relaxation. Dakhla is surrounded by a wall of colorful rock formations and fertile cultivated areas scattered between sand dunes within the area, of ...

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St. Anthony Monastery

St. Antony the Great, when orphaned at the age of 18, became a hermit and thus lived to 105 years old. He lived as an Anchorite and it is said that he was tormented his entire life by flatters and temptations of the devil.

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Sharm El Naga

Hurghada is perfect for those seeking total relaxation with fantastic weather and warm sea temperatures around the year. Sharm El Naga is 45 minutes south of Hurghada, it is a very popular diving and snorkeling site and perfect for a relaxing day tri ...

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Hurghada City

Hurghada is the jewel of the Red Sea in Egypt and one of the most important beach resorts in the land of the Nile. With a coastline that extends for more than 45 kilometers, from North to South, the city welcomes many tourists who travel to Egypt.

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Sakkara Necropolis

Sakkara is one of the most extensive archaeological sites in Egypt! It was the cemetery for Memphis, still one of the virgin archaeological sites despite that so much has already been found here ! Best known for the Step Pyramid, the oldest known of ...

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Nile River

The Nile is a major north flowing river in northeastern Africa, generally regarded as the longest river in the world. In the ancient Egyptian language, the Nile is called (Great River), also called the river Aur (black) for the color of the sediment ...

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Pharaoh Island

Taba, in the eastern Sinai Peninsula, marks the location of the southern border crossing between Egypt and Israel. Pharaoh Island is as one of main attraction to explore in Taba. It is an island in the northern Gulf of Aqaba off the shore of Egypt ea ...

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Al Alamein City

Approximately 130 Km west of Alexandria on the main coast road to Mersa Matruh. El Alamein has a hot desert climate , in common with most of the Middle East & North Africa. Al Alemein War Museum is one of the best museums in Egypt.

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Egyptian Museum

Egypt is famous for its ancient civilization and some of the world’s most famous monuments. Cairo Museum in Tahrir Square is one of Egypt’s top attractions, known as the Egyptian Museum of antiquities, houses the largest collection of Ancient Egy ...

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Dendera Temple

Dendera temple complex of is considered one of the best preserved temple complexes in Egypt. Located 2.5 km south east of Dendera "Tantere" the sixth Nome of Upper Egypt, known to the Greeks as Tentyris and it was a town of some importance.

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Abydos Temple

Abydos is one of the most ancient cities of Upper Egypt, also of the eight Upper Nome. Today, Abydos is notable for the memorial temple of Pharoah Seti I, the temple been built during the 19th Dynasty of Ancient Egypt.

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White Desert Egypt

A white cream color and massive chalk rock formations that been created as result of occasional sandstorm in the area, intensified by the clear light of noon, shimmering gold at sunset or blackened and shrunken in a cloud filled sky.

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Siwa Oasis

An oasis of surprises in a stunning desert landscape. Siwa, once the most mysterious of all Egypt's oases lying some 60 feet below sea level between the Qattara Depression and the Egyptian Sand Sea with 23,000 people who speak a distinct language of ...

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Kharga Oasis

Most of the desert tours visiting Egypt's Western Desert include a stop at Kharga. It is the capital of the governorate of the new valley, or Al Wadi Al Gadeed. It connected Egypt to Southern Africa through the forty days road.

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Farafra Oasis

Egypt Western Desert is 262, 000 square miles of dunes, canyons, oases, mountainous plateaus, and valleys that span most of land west of the Nile Valley. The small oasis of Al Farafra is the second biggest depression by size in Egypt West Desert and ...

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Bahariya Oasis

The most accessible of the Western Desert Oases, Bahariya offers many interesting attractions and a foretaste of how life goes in an oasis. Bahariya Oasis has a particular historical significance as it was a transit point for the Caravan tracks and N ...

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Djara cave

About 30m wide and 8m high, and contains animal engravings dating back from the Neolithic Period. Djara cave is located at the middle of Egypt Western Desert on a limestone plateau next to an old camel track connecting Farafra and Assiut.

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Black Desert Egypt

Most people are not aware of the beauty of specific parts of Egypt desert. The section that attracts tourists the most in Sahara Western Desert is that particular area located between Bahariya Oasis in the South and Farafra Oasis in the North.

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Taba City

Located near the Egyptian Israeli borders, Taba has always had a special unique character. Located near the borders of Israel, Jordan, & Saudi Arabia, Taba was the last city to return to Egyptian authorities 1989, after Israeli occupation of Sinai.

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Saint Catherine

Located at the foot of Moses Mountain in the Sinai Peninsula. Its relative proximity to Sinai resorts has resulted in a growing number of visitors. The area unique natural & cultural values was a primary goal in the declaration of the St. Catherine N ...

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Sinai National Parks

The South Sinai is one of the most spectacularly beautiful landscapes on the planet, some of which has in recent years been set aside as national parks. No visit to Sinai is complete without uncovering (Ras Mohamed, Colored Canyon, St. Catherine, Abu ...

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Sharm El Sheikh

Sharm El Sheikh is one of the most popular resorts in Egypt and lately all over the world. The city is the largest in Sinai and surely an important touristic destination that welcomes many tourists who visit Egypt.

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Dahab City

Dahab is the most wonderful cities located in the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. Situated over the shores of the Aqaba Gulf, Dahab is famous for its wonderful beaches and magnificent spots for diving and snorkeling.

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Valley of Kings

The Valley of the Kings is the major tourist attraction in Luxor. It is a valley in Egypt used as royal burial site for a period of nearly 500 years in ancient Egypt. In modern times it has become famous for the discovery of Tutankhamun tomb.

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The Colossi of Memnon

One of the main attractions in Luxor West Bank on the road to the monument area, 2 gigantic statues known as the Colossi of Memnon belong to Pharaoh Amenhotep III. For 3,400 years they have sat in the Theban necropolis.

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Edfu Temple

Edfu is located 60 Km to the north of Aswan, today it is an important center for sugar production and pottery. The most important monument in Edfu is the Temple of Horus, it is one of the most beautiful and preserved temples in Egypt & second largest ...

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Kom Ombo Temple

Kom Ombo is located in Upper Egypt on the east bank of the Nile. The origins of Kom Ombo are mysterious, perhaps still buried for future generations to discover. The Temple of Kom Ombo is an unusual double temple built during the Ptolemaic dynasty.

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Thebes Egypt

Luxor is one of the world’s greatest cities, the West Bank of Luxor in Egypt is even more of an archaeological paradise than the East Bank. It is much more than what we refer to as the Valley of the Kings, though many have called the whole of the a ...

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Luxor Temple

Many festivals were celebrated in Thebes (Waset in ancient Egyptian). The Temple of Luxor was the center of the most important one, the festival of Opet. It appears that the temple's purpose was for a suitable setting for the rituals of the festival ...

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East Bank Luxor

In ancient times it was known as Waset and later Thebes under the Greeks. Homer is said to have described Luxor as the ‘City of the Hundred Gates’. Travel to Luxor and you will know why it is one of Egypt's great tourist attractions and one of th ...

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Karnak Temple

Although badly ruined, no site in Egypt is more impressive than Karnak. It is the largest Temple in World ! It contains a group of Temples (Great Temple of Amon Ra, Temple of Khonso, The Ipt Temple, Temple of Ptah, Temple of Montho & the Temple of Go ...

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Hatshepsut Temple

Hatshepsut Temple "Deir el-Bahri Temple Complex" is an incredible expression of the absolute power of a pharaoh, whether woman or man. It includes one of the most beautiful temples in Egypt, perhaps in the world due to its design & decorations.

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Esna Lock

Esna Lock in the River Nile links Esna to Aswan. The Lock was opened January 1 st 1996 at elevation difference of 8 meters, 17 meters wide, 221 meters long and 14.6 meters depth. Its body consists of 7 Joints each of them is 20.6 meters long.

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Luxor Egypt

Luxor is one of the most wonderful Egyptian cities. The city that witnessed the flourishing of the New Kingdom of ancient Egypt when it was called Thebes and it served as the capital of Egypt for hundreds of years. Many Egypt travel packages would in ...

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Wadi El Seboua Temple

2 Egyptian temples were built here in the new kingdom: a temple for king Ramesses II which was moved to the new site several Kilometers to North West, the earlier temple of king Amenhotep III was left in its original location & is now covered by Lake ...

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Unfinished Obelisk

The Unfinished Obelisk is one of the most popular sites in Aswan. Situated on the southern edge of the Northern quarry. It is being promoted to attract more visitors to Aswan providing unusual insights into stone working techniques employed by ancien ...

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Aswan High Dam

To find a way to manage the water of the Nile so that Egyptians had just the right amount all the time so the solution of this problem was the dam. Tourists visiting Aswan come to marvel at the High Dam, which has become somewhat of a local attractio ...

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Dakka Temple

The temple of Dakka, dedicated to Thoth of the Sycamore Fig, was originally located about 100 kilometers south of the Aswan High Dam in what we refer to today as Nubia, though much of that ancient land is covered by Lake Nasser.

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Philae Temple

One of the main sites visited by almost every tour to Egypt, Philae is actually a nonexistent island now buried beneath Lake Nasser and the previous site of an Ancient Egyptian temple complex in southern Egypt.

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Qasr Ibrim

Qasr Ibrim is an archaeological site in Lower Nubia. Kasr Ibrim was named after the ancient citadel on Lake Nasser. It is the only major archaeological site in Lower Nubia both prior to and after the Nile floods, it has remained a major site for arch ...

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Aswan Egypt

Aswan is a city of special magic of its own. Located at the southernmost point of the Nile Valley, Aswan has served as the southern gateway of Egypt for many years.

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Amada Temple

Amada Temple in Nubia, though small, contains some important historical inscriptions and is also significant as the oldest of the Lake Nasser temples. It was built on the orders of Tuthmosis III and his son, Amenhotep II during Egypt's New Kingdom 18 ...

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Abu Simbel Temples

Abu Simbel, site of two temples built by the king Ramses II, located in Aswān Egypt. It is generally considered the grandest of temples commissioned during the reign of Rameses II, one of the most beautiful and among the most interesting Pharaonic T ...

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Catacombs of Kom El Shoqafa

Alexandria's catacombs, known as Kom el Shoqafa, are short distance southwest of the Pompey pillar in Alexandria Egypt. The Catacombs means underground tunnels, it is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the middle Ages.

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Qaitbay Citadel

The Citadel of Qaitbay ‎is a 15th century defensive fortress located on the Mediterranean Sea coast in Alexandria Egypt. The Castle of Qaitbay, also known as "Quaitbay Citadel" is very impressive defensive stronghold in both its size and design.

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Pompey Pillar

Pompey Pillar is the biggest memorial column in Egypt. Whilst called “Pompey’s Pillar”, this 25 meter tall structure, completed in 292 AD, was actually dedicated to the Emperor Diocletian. It is made of red granite, quarried and transported fro ...

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Tell El Amarna

The Capital of Ikhnaton, 100 km on the east bank of the Nile north of Asyut in Upper Egypt. Built 1348 BC by Amenhotep IV (Akhenaton) to be his capital and devoted to god Aton. Horizion of Aton was the name given to the city.

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Beni Hasan

Egyptian archaeological site carved into limestone tombs 20 Km south of El Minya, 245 Km south of Cairo Egypt. It consists of 39 tombs with daily life scenes for the military ‎leaders and local rulers of the XII dynasty Middle Kingdom between 2055 ...

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Al Minya

Ikhnaton capital 1390 BC, 245 km south of Cairo halfway between Cairo and Luxor. El Minya covers an area of 32,279 sq with 4 million population. Named after King Khufu "the nursing city of Khufu", home to various archeological sites like Beni Hasaan ...

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Wadi Hitan Park

Whales Valley is 60 km south of Wadi EL Rayan in Fayoum oasis 150 km from Cairo. Wadi Hitan is an open air museum dates back to 45 million years, discovered in 1936, announced in 2005 by UNESCO as world heritage site.

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Wadi El Rayan

42km protected area below sea level & 65 km southwest Faiyum city about 2 hours drive from the Western Desert. Wadi El Rayyan national reserve covers an area of 1759 km2 and designated a national park in 2005. Consists of 2 man made lakes joint by ch ...

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Al Fayoum

90 km southwest of Cairo less than 2 hours driving located Al Faiyum. One of Egypt oldest cities and oases with several historic sites from various eras. Home to multiple activities from bird watching, hiking and fishing.

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Memphis Egypt

The ancient capital of Egypt, founded 2925 BC south the river Nile delta by king Menes the unifier of ancient Egypt and the founder of the first dynasty. It is part of Saqqara necropolis with remains of God Ptah temple and 2 huge statues of Ramses II ...

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Khan El Khalili Bazaar

Khan El-Khalili open air bazaar is 14th century old Arab souk. Built in 1382 by the Emir Djaharks el Khalili in the heart of the Fatimid Islamic Cairo. Filled with exotic unique items from jewelry, spices, souvenirs and perfumes to t-shirts and galab ...

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Old Cairo

Misr Al Qadimah "Old Cairo" dates back to the 6th century, the name was given to the the ancient southern part of the city the site of those capitals before modern Cairo. known also as Cairo religious community as it contains ancient mosques, churche ...

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Alabaster Mosque

The Mosque of Muhammad Ali is situated inside the open court of Cairo Saladin Citadel, designed by the Turkish architect Yousf Boushnaq in 1830 A.D as replica of Sultan Ahmed Mosque in Istanbul.

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Giza Pyramids

Dating back to 2589 BC, Giza Pyramids are the Only remaining ancient world wonders with its 3 pyramids built for kings Cheops, Chephren & Micerinus. Cheops pyramid is the oldest and largest, Chefren built The sphinx, Chephren and Micerinus pyramids a ...

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Cairo Egypt

Cairo, the capital of Egypt, is the largest city in the country and an important political, cultural, and commercial hub in the Middle East and the Arab World. Cairo has a population of more than 10 million people.

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