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Suez

 
Suez Suez is located at the south end of the canal of the same name. It is a transport hub for travel to the Sinai and a good place to watch big ships sailing through a desert landscape. ==== SUEZ - SUEZ CANAL There was a canal from the Nile delta to the Gulf of Suez in ancient times, when the gulf extended further north than it does today. This fell into disuse, and the present canal was built in the nineteenth century. The Suez Canal is a large man-made canal in Egypt, west of the Sinai Peninsula. It is 163 km (101 miles) long and 300 m wide at its narrowest point, and runs between Port Said on the Mediterranean Sea, and Suez on the Red Sea. The canal comprises seven parts, north and south of the Great Bitter La...
 

St. Catherine City

 
St. Catherine City Located at the foot of Mountain Moses and St. Catherines Monastery , approximately 450 km far from Cairo , about 200km from Dahab on the eastern coast and 300km from the Suez Canal on the upper western coast. How to reach it There is no international Airport at St. Catherine. So, if you are out of Egypt , you can arrive at Sharm El Sheikh International Airport or Taba International Airport. If you are in Egypt, you can go to St. Catherine by bus from Sharm . Our staff can assist you to book a ticket or reach the bus station to go to St. Catherine and incase need a private air-conditioned vehicle, Memphis tours can arrange that for you Sightseeing: St. Catherine is famous for its monastery which was dedi...
 

Dahab

 
Dahab Dahab in Arabic means Gold , and it is said that it was given by the Bedouins, who linked the shimmering sands to gold dust . Dahab is located about 95 km. North Sharm El Sheikh stretches, from the Bedouin village of Assalahin the North to the Southern Oasis at Wdi Qinai , South Nuweiba about 87 km and from Cairo about 610 km. Nowadays Dahab boasts consider one of the most beautiful beaches in South Sinai, You will soon recognize the charm and simplicity of the place. With natural surroundings as beautiful as this, its easy to fall into relaxed natural rhythm of Dahab. How to reach it By air :- There is no international Airport at Dahab you can arrive at Sharm El Sheikh International Airport or Taba Internationa...
 

Saqqara Pyramids

 
Saqqara Pyramids Time has all but erased the once mighty Memphis from the Egyptian landscape, however, the city of the dead has been excavated and exhumed from the desert sands, the vast necropolis of Saqqara. Memphis is some 23km south of central Cairo, in the center of the floodplain on the western side of the Nile. Memphis was traditionally founded in 3000 BC by Menes, the legendary figure credited with the creation of a politically unified Egypt. Memphis served as the effective administrative capital of the country during the Old Kingdom and partly in later times. It's eleven pyramids, countless mastabas and lone Coptic monastery stretch over 7km from north to south, and span three and a half thousand years of Egyptian civilisa...
 

The Great Sphinx (Giza)

 
The Great Sphinx (Giza) Like the broken arms of the Venus de Milo, the Great Sphinx's long lost nose has made it all the more iconic. Standing guard at the hallowed entrance to the Great Pyramids of Giza, the human-headed, lion-bodied Sphinx is the oldest of all Egypt's superhuman stone sculptures. It is also the most instantly recognizable. Originally hewn from a gigantic piece of limestone bedrock, it was covered in plaster and paint in its youth. But the winds, waters and sands of the Giza Plateau have taken their toll. Once upon a time, the Great Sphinx also wore a Pharaoh's royal beard. Part of it is in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo and the other part is in the British Museum in London. Though named by the Greeks after their riddle-lo...
 

Pompey's Pillar

 
Pompey's Pillar Majestic but solitary, Pompey's Pillar is a 25 meter column of solid red granite, from the bottom of its Greek inscribed base to the top of its Romanesque capital. Surprisingly, Pompey's Pillar has nothing to do with its namesake. It was built in honour of the Emperor Diocletian in 292 AD. Source:http://www.egypt.travel/index.php...
 

Temples in Egypt

 
Temples in Egypt Life in Ancient Egypt revolved around religion. The pharaohs traced their ancestry back to the gods of the Egyptian pantheon. Different pharaohs allied themselves to different cults, and the elaborate temples they built cemented their own political status. With intricately painted walls, vast colonnaded courts and columned hypostyle halls, the temples of Ancient Egypt are among its greatest cultural triumphs. The Temples of Abu Simbel (Nubia)
Of all the pharaohs, Ramses II was the most prolific builder of monuments and temples. Two of his greatest temples, the Great Temple of Abu Simbel and its smaller cousin, the Temple of Hathor are at Abu Simbel. Both temples originally sat some sixty metres below wh...
 

Museums in Egypt

 
Museums in Egypt The most enduring images of Egypt are its pharaonic treasures and its history, such as the relics and artefacts that live in Cairo's Egyptian Museum. But with a written history stretching back to 3,100 BC, at the time of Greek, Roman, Coptic and Islamic empires, every age and culture demands a museum of its own. The Egyptian Museum in Cairo
Sitting in the shadows of Cairo's modern town hall, the elegant coral-pink and copper-domed Egyptian Museum strikes a gentle pose. The restrained neo-classical French exterior is little preparation for the awesome array of treasures and ancient wonders that wait silently behind it's arched windows. Stepping through the entrance into the grand central atrium, monum...
 

The Coptic Church

 
The Coptic Church Most people associate Egypt with Islam today, but Christianity was actually the dominant religion between the fourth century AD and 641 AD, when Islam officially took over. St. Mark first preached Christianity in 50 AD, and Egypt was one of the first countries to adopt the still young faith. The Egyptian branch of Christianity is called the Coptic Church. Unlike other branches of Christianity, the Coptics believe that Christ was a wholly divine being and not God made flesh. One in every ten Egyptians is a Coptic today. The Coptic Church has its own Pope, and many ceremonies are still held in the ancient Coptic language. The Holy Family's Journey
If you know the bible well, you'll remember that Jesus ...
 

Egypt Beauty

 
Egypt Beauty Egypt enjoys a distinguished geographical location at the juncture of the ancient world continents of Africa, Asia and Europe. It has always been a place of inter-civilization reactivation between the East and the West as well as the North and the South. Egypt was also the crossing road of the heavenly religions of the world. Egypt is famous for its Pyramids in whole world. Worth for historical lovers and those who love to see the wonders of ancient archaeology....
 

 

 

 

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