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),
On the south edge of the Sinai Peninsula, lay down Sharm El Sheikh. A magical spot on the Red sea, 500 km far away from Cairo, where a population of 75000 is taking place, mainly working in the tourism field, as it's widely known by its beautiful
Egypt is full of unique magical places that are so hard to find in other countries. Some are made thousands of years ago, and some are a gift from Mother Nature. Among these gifts are the Oases that lay in the vast desert of Egypt, with their
Once upon a time during the Ptolemaic and Roman Period in Ancient Egypt, there was a city called Hermoplis Magna or, as it was called Khnum, lays in the North-western boundary of Akhenaten's city Akhetaten. About 11 Km away from the city laid the
Tell El Amarna is the only Egyptian ancient city that preserved great details from its internal plan. Its name comes from the Beni Amran tribe that lived in the region, but the ancient name of the city was Akhetaten. The name of the city in ancient
Egypt is always a country of greatness and big things. When we built the Egyptian museum in 1902, we made it the largest in the region, and when we wanted to upgrade, we created the Grand Egyptian Museum, the largest archaeological museum in the
World Health Organization (WHO) had declared Covid-19 or Coronavirus as a world Pandemic after been hitting almost all the world.
Due to this virus, traveling and tourism are suspended until further notice in a lot of countries, including
Aswan…the magical city that lay by the River Nile, at old times they believed that it was the source of the Nile. In ancient times it was called ”Swenett” after the ancient goddess, who was later identified by the Greeks as Eileithyia.
A city lays in the south of Egypt, with the Nile passing through, dividing the city into two halves, east, and west. Each bank has its magic and attraction.
It was once the capital during the 18th Dynasty, and now it’s an open museum which is
Food is a vital aspect of any country's culture; exploring the cuisine of a country is as important as exploring the country itself and its history. One of the most major Egyptians' pleasures is eating; we love food! As they say, people eat to live,