Egypt
EgyptEgypt, which gave birth to the first great civilization, commonly known as “The Motherland of the World”, also known as “Land of Civilizations”. Egypt is reputed worldwide for its distinct 7000 years old record of civilization and immense wealth of knowledge.
 
Cairo
CairoCairo has been described as the "Jewel of the Orient," the "City of the Thousand Minarets," and the "Melting Pot of Ancient and Modern Egyptian Civilizations." No matter what your interests are - culture, shopping, relaxing at a resort, nightlife – Cairo has something especially for you
 
Giza
GizaGiza is most famous as the location of the Giza Plateau: the site of some of the most impressive ancient monuments in the world, including a complex of ancient Egyptian royal mortuary and sacred structures, including the Great Sphinx, the Great Pyramid of Giza, and a number of other large pyramids and temples.
 
Alexandria
AlexandriaAlexandria, the “Pearl of the Mediterranean,” is a city to explore at random; it's as important to enjoy its unique atmosphere, as it is to see its sights. It was built about 2300 years ago at the orders of Alexander the Great, and quickly flourished into a prominent cultural, political and economic metropolis.
 
Luxor
LuxorLuxor was the capital of Egypt during the Middle and New kingdoms, holding the seat of power for more than thirteen centuries. In antiquity, Luxor was called Thebes “the one hundred-gated city” because of its buildings and large gates. The city grew over the years, and the Arab Moslems, impressed by its beautiful palaces and huge edifices, re-named it Luxor, meaning “the city of palaces”.
 
Aswan
AswanAswan is one of the sunniest cities in Egypt, offering a delightful beauty and a relaxed atmosphere, with a warm and dry climate. Located about 890 km south of Cairo, and 180 km south of Luxor, it has a more African ambience than any other city in Egypt. It has long been known as the “Gate of Africa”
 
Abu Simbel
Abu SimbelHere stands the Great Temple of Ramses II, which represents one of the biggest accomplishments of Pharaoh Ramses II. Ramses II built this temple to demonstrate his power and divine nature.
 
Nubia
NubiaIn hieroglyphics, the word “Nubia” means “Land of Gold” and it is true that this land is home to a wealth of monumental treasures. Nubia, the ancient kingdom of Kush, is the stretch of land next to the Nile from Aswan down to Khartoum in the south. In ancient times Nubia controlled all trade between the Mediterranean lands and African societies to the south
 
Oasis
OasisThe oasis in Egypt comprises the many depressions in the desert regions of Egypt. The desert regions include the Western desert and the Eastern desert, where the climatic conditions are very harsh throughout the year. The only places of relief in the deserts are these oases regions.
 
Red Sea
Red SeaEgypt's Red Sea coast runs from the Gulf of Suez to the Sudanese border. Its mineral-rich red mountain ranges inspired the mariners of antiquity to name the sea Mare Rostrum, or the Red Sea.
 
Sinai
SinaiThe best-known town of southern Sinai is the beautiful resort of Sharm El Sheikh, one of the greatest tourist successes in recent years. It is protected by the holy mountains behind it and the incredible blue water of the Red Sea in front, making it one of the world's most attractive seaside playgrounds. It is also one of the world's most legendary diving spots.
 


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