Cleopatra, one of the most famous women in the world, you might know her from the famous play of William Shakespeare, or the various movies made with her name, narrating her epic love story with Antony.
But what is the historical legend of
Queen Nefertiti, the owner of the most famous bust in the world, an icon for beauty and one of the most prominent figures from ancient Egypt. Nefertiti was the Queen of Egypt in the 14th century BC, she was the wife of King Akhenaten, and here we
The ancient Egyptians were highly religious people; they believed in Gods and life after death; they pursued their own ways to reach paradise or, as they called it, “the Field of Reeds,” so they made a guidebook or as we call it, “Book of
The King of ancient Greek Kingdom of Macedonia, the establisher of one of the largest empires in history, a Pharaoh of Egypt, a ruthless military commander who never lost a battle, a brilliant boy who was tutored by Aristotle, he is the one and
The Great Ramses II was one of the greatest builders in ancient Egypt; he was also famous for his battles to conquer lands. During his reign, he wanted to control Nubia, so he built a series of temples on the Nubian lands. One of these temples was
Temple of Amada, a small temple yet the oldest monument around Lake Nasser and Nubia. It was one of the temples that were moved during the construction of the High Dam of Aswan. The reliefs of this temple are the best preserved in Nubia, as it was
This lake is a result of an Egyptian miracle in the 20th Century; this was the High Dam, this giant project in the modern era, and maybe the most critical project in Egyptians’ life.
The High Dam was built to protect Egypt from the Nile flood,
Queen Nefertari was Ramses II's first royal wife. 'The Beautiful Campaign' is the meaning of her name. "The Beloved of Mut's Goddess" was her second name, and she was also known as Nefertari Meritmut. Néfertari is regarded as a great Egyptian Queen
The Aswan High Dam is an embankment dam in Aswan, Egypt, that spans the Nile River.
When the Dam was built between 1960 and 1970, it was a marvel of engineering that significantly impacted Egypt's economy and culture.
It is now considered A
Temple of Kalabsha, a Nubian temple named after the village of Kalabsha that was called Bab Al Kalabsha (Kalabsha Gate). That was the temple's original location, about 50 Km south of Aswan; the temple was moved to a different location, 20 Km south