The Best places to visit in Luxor

Luxor derives from the Arabic Al Uqsur meaning the palaces and refers to the appearance of the town until the end of the nineteenth century when it lay largely within the remains of the palace like the Temple of Luxor, the ancient Egyptian called their city waste though it is Best known as Thebes the […]

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Religion And Beliefs in Ancient Egypt

The conceptions of ancient Egyptian religion, is a combination of beliefs, played a part in every aspect of ancient societies,In all ancient societies art was deeply influenced by religion, and in Egypt art was almost solely devoted to the service of religion. There was a domestic art connected with the house but little of it […]

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Festivals And Public Holidays in Egypt

The following Are the Nationally recognized Festivalsand¬† Public¬† holidyas in Egypt :1 May Labour Day 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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Unfinished Obelisk

After leaving Aswan a kilometer behind on the road south to the high Dam, a turnoff on the left leads to the quarries. northern granite quarries, one of the sites in the district where the red granite was cut from the first dynasty, onwards and transported throughout Egypt, the most impressive object here is and […]

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Aswan High Dam

Aswan High Dam, So many organized tours include a stop at the high dam that something should be said about it, guides will proudly cite strings of numbers about the dam, for Egyptians are truly proud of this work, they will say it is two miles long and close to a mile thick at the […]

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