The effect of King Ramses the Great or Ramses II, is vividly noticeable around Egypt. You can find his best masterpiece at Abu Simbel, and some of his prints at Karnak Temple, and of course, you can not miss the Ramesseum. The Ramesseum is a mortuary Temple of King Ramses II, located in Thebes... [Read More]
Wadi el-Seboua, translated in English to the Valley of the Lions, it can also be pronounced as Wadi Es-Sebua. The Arabs named it after the Sphinx-lined that are located before the entrance of the Temple; it is from the New Kingdom Egyptian temples. The Temple was dedicated to the Nubian form of God... [Read More]
Walking through Egypt’s cities and villages, you’ll always find a piece of history telling stories about our ancestors; and Esna is not an exception. Esna is a small city on the west bank of the Nile where you can find the Temple of Esna or the Temple of Khnum.
In Egypt, there are more than 200 pyramids, not only the famous ones at Giza, some of them are still in good shape, some are not, but they all have great archeological importance. Hawara Pyramid is one of the Egyptian heritages from Pyramids; it belongs to King Amenemhat III, who was the last... [Read More]
A small village, 245 Km south of Cairo, near to what we know now by the Minya governorate, lays on the east bank of the Nile. This village is not for people to live in, but it was a necropolis from the Middle Kingdom (21st to 17th centuries BCE), it was the burial location of many Chiefs of the... [Read More]