Aswan High Dam

Aswan High Dam, So many organized Tours in Aswan 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 […]

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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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Valley of the Kings

Valley of the Kings (Ar. Biban al Muluk, Tombs Of The Kings, or wadi al Muluk) as English a local name bestowed by inspired guesswork anther than of direct knowledge of the function of the era. The site opens 08:00 -18:00 (refreshments are available inside the valley with fees) The first king to have his […]

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Luxor Temple

The glorious Luxor Temple gleams like a fairy palace from across the river, lights have been installed to make a night display. The Festive Look of sharp shadows and bright light in the evening is more suggestive of its original impression – all brightly painted and busy with priests and pilgrims – than the naked […]

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