Festivals and Public Holidays in Egypt

The following are the nationally recognized Festivals and Public Holidays in Egypt: Labour’s (Day, May): Is observed by all workers except those in Government service, The holiday may also be known as International Worker’s Day or May Day and is marked with a public holiday in over 80 countries. Sinai Liberation Day (25 April): Celebrating […]

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Philae Temple

Philae Temple or the Temple of Isis, once ranked among the great tourist attractions in Egypt. It was a gem ornate and small on its own island on the Nile, the main part of Philae Temple Aswan is dedicated to Goddess Isis, the mother of Horus and the symbol of affection, the setting greatly contributed […]

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Abu Simbel Temples

Abu Simbel Temples were built by Rameses II at the remote village of Abu Simbel, which lies 240Km south of Aswan, they were cut out of the sandstone rock mountains at Abu Simbel and designed to overlook the Nile. The two Temples of Abu Simbel, the great one and the small one have been later […]

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Colossi Of Memnon

The most famous talking statue of the past is the “colossus of Memnon”, The towering Colossi of Memnon are among the most impressive of the ancient monuments that dot the West Bank of the Nile at Luxor. the sandstone colossus still rising over 65 feet in front of Luxor city the ancient Thebes, Erected in […]

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The Grand Egyptian Museum

The Grand Egyptian Museum will be the largest museum in the world dedicated to ancient Egyptian culture. This is one of a kind museum is tailor-made to preserve and exhibits Egypt precious national heritage with state-of-the-art conservation laboratories, along with educational facilities, temporary exhibition halls, a children’s museum, a conference center, restaurants, cafes, shops and […]

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