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July 14, 2020
Aswan High Dam | Aswan, Egypt

The Aswan high dam

The High Dam is considered the most significant and largest engineering project of the twentieth century from an architectural and engineering point of view, superior to other giant global projects. If you are looking for a fantastic experience that you will ever have in Aswan, check out our Aswan Tours Where is the Aswan high...
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Aswan city

Aswan City Guide

Aswan is considered one of the most beautiful tourist cities in Egypt, and tourism bears the name of tourism in Egypt. The simplicity of Aswan is the abundance of tourist places that have gained wide fame, mainly located on the banks of the Nile, such as the Island of Plants and the Island of Elephantine,...
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Alexandria

History of the city Alexandria Egypt Travel Guide: Alexandria is a showcase of the Pharaonic, Coptic and Islamic civilizations of Egypt, a living symbol of interaction between these civilizations and the Greek and Roman civilizations. The charm, wisdom, and passion of this city by the sea have inspired civilizations throughout history and today more than...
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Al-Rifa'i Mosque

Al-Rifa’i Mosque

Al-Rifa’i Mosque, a self-contained landmark with four fully articulated facades, a highly ornate Mamluk-style dome, and a tower, responds to its surroundings. This monument marks a turning point in Egyptian political and cultural history. If you are looking for an amazing experience that you will ever have in Egypt, check out our Cairo Tours Where...
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Al-Azhar Mosque

Al-Azhar Mosque

The Al-Azhar Mosque is more than just a mosque from antiquity or the direction of knowledge in Islam. If you are looking for an amazing experience that you will ever have in Egypt, check out our Cairo Tours Where is Al-Azhar Mosque located? El-Moaz Al-Deen Street is home to some of Islamic Cairo’s most impressive...
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al aqmar mosque

Al Aqmar Mosque

El-Moaz Al-Deen Street is home to some of Islamic Cairo’s most impressive landmarks. When the city was first established in the eleventh century, this street served as its primary thoroughfare and was where palaces and mausoleums were built. Between Bab El-Fotouh and Al-Azhar Street, the northern portion of the road has recently undergone restoration and...
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El-Moaz Street

El-Moaz Street

Walking along with El-Moaz Street in Cairo, which is surrounded by many mosques, madrasas, and however, old houses, You feel as if you are immersed in the atmosphere of Ancient Egypt El-Moaz  itself is a very long El-Moaz Street: it connects the northern gate of Bab al-Nasr and however, Bab al-Futuh with the southern gate...
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