Cairo Egypt

 Cairo, Egypt
Cairo, Egypt Introduction and History
Cairo’s architectural monuments rank among humanity’s great achievements. We must realize that its preservation is a matter of importance to the whole world, UNESCO has listed the Egyptian

Giza Pyramids

Giza Pyramids
The Egyptian Pyramids at Giza were constructed between 2589 and 2930 B-C by three of the rulers of the fourth dynasty of Ancient Egypt Cheops (Khufu), Chephren (Khafre) and Micernius (Menkaure), of whom

Karnak Temple

Karnak Temple
Karnak is a difficult site to understand, Jean-Francois Champollion, the Frenchman who first deciphered Egyptian hieroglyphs, described it as “So vast and so grandiose” that the Egyptians must have designed it for “Men

Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum
The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities contains many important pieces of ancient Egyptian history. It houses the largest collection of Pharaonic monuments. The Egyptian government established the museum built-in 1835.
At the end

Luxor Temple

Luxor Temple
In fact, the name Luxor comes from the Arabic al- Uksur, meaning “fortification” Which in turn derived from the Latin word “castrum” the word for a fortification. The name of this temple was

Luxor Egypt

Luxor Egypt
Luxor Egypt- Temples, Tombs, and Museums
Luxor Egypt was the capital of the New Kingdom– Luxor Egypt for centuries was the most important city in Egypt. Crossing the Nile one reaches the left

Saqqara

The Step Pyramid at Saqqara

Saqqara is an important archaeological site, region that follows Markaz El Badrachin, Giza. It was used for burial since the 1st Dynasty until the greek and Roman period,

Ancient Egyptian Religion

Ancient Egyptian Religion
It is impossible to appreciate the art and architecture of Ancient Egypt without a knowledge of Ancient Egyptian Religion, this , however , is a complicated and difficult subject , incompletely understood