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The Mosque Of Amr Ibn El-Aas

The Mosque of Amr Ibn El-Aas, constructed by Amr Ibn Al-As in 642 AD, is the first mosque built in both Egypt and Africa. Amr was an Arab general who fought against the Romans and was hailed by the Copts as a liberator.  He was later appointed governor by the Caliph. Amr founded a new […]

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The Palace of Abdeen

The Palace of Abdeen (Arabic: قصر عابدين‎) is a historic Cairo palace, and one of the official residences and the principal workplace of the President of Egypt, located above Qasr el-Nil Street in eastern Downtown Cairo, Egypt. Overview Built on the site of a small mansion owned by Abidin Bey, The Palace of Abdeen, which is named after him, is considered one of the most sumptuous […]

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The Museum Of Islamic Art In Cairo

The Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo is considered to be one of the largest and oldest museums in the world. The museum hosts more than 104,000 displays reflecting the greatness of the Islamic civilization in Egypt and the whole Islamic world and showing how it has flourished and changed throughout history. Many of the […]

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Luxor Cornish

  You probably know it for being one of the most famous prominent ancient cities in the world. There are a large number of ancient monasteries, graves, ancient Egyptian temples, and numerous monuments that attract tourists from all around the world. People also visit to enjoy and study them. There are many great tourist attractions […]

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Luxor selection as the capital of arts and culture

  Luxor is a worldwide famous city in Upper Egypt known to be the home of intact ancient Egyptian temples that date back almost 4,000 years. Luxor alone has one third of the world’s ancient monuments such as the Karnak Temple, Luxor Temple, Valley of Kings, Valley of the Queens, and the Temple of Deir […]

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Tombs of the Nobles (Qubbet el-Hawa)

Rising up along the west bank of the Nile is a relatively little-visited archaeological gem, Tombs of the Nobles (Qubbet el-Hawa), where ancient carvings and hieroglyphics still exist alongside Christian murals and Muslim monuments. This sand-swept cliffside necropolis is located a short ferry ride across the river from Aswan, and can be seen from all […]

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Mortuary Temple of Seti I in luxor

This article is about Mortuary Temple in the Theban Necropolis. For Temple of Seti I in Abydos, temple (or mortuary temple) of the New KingdomPharaohSeti I.[1] It is located in the Theban Necropolis in Upper Egypt, across the River Nile from the modern city of Luxor (Thebes); the edifice is situated near the town of Qurna. temple (or mortuary temple) of the New KingdomPharaohSeti I.[1] It is located in […]

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Deir El-Medina

Deir el-Medina is the modern Arabic name for the worker’s village (now an archaeological site) which was home to the artisans and craftsmen of Thebes who built and decorated the royal tombs in the nearby Valley of the Kings and Valley of the Queens. The ancient inhabitants called the village Pa Demi (“the village”) but it was referred to in […]

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Mummification Museum in Luxor

The word “mummification” comes from the Persian word “mummya” meaning bitumen or pitch. In the Arabic language mummification means tahneet and it comes from the word “hanoot”, meaning the substances that are used to aromatize the body of the deceased. From this is derived the word “hanoty”, which refers to the man who does the […]

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Khan el-Khalili Market

Khan el-Khalili Market (Arabic: خان الخليلي‎) is a major souk in the historic center of Islamic Cairo. The bazaar district is one of Cairo’s main attractions for tourists and Egyptians alike. The site of Khan el-Khalili Market was originally the site of a mausoleum known as turbat az-za’faraan (Saffron Tomb),[1] which was the burial site of the Fatimid caliphs.[2][3]:57 The mausoleum was part of the […]

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