Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone
The Rosetta stone is a dark grey- pinkish originally thought to be basalt in composition, Measure 133cM long, 75cM wide, with writing on it in two languages Greek and Egyptian, Using three scripts,

Narmer Palette

The Egyptian Museum in Cairo: Narmer Palette
The first Dynasty begins with the legendary Narmer (Menes). The Ancient Egyptians since the New kingdom recorded on their monuments the name Mena as their first King. King Narmer had his tomb at Abydos.
To Narmer is attributed a slate

Tutankhamun Tomb

Tutankhamun Tomb
Tutankhamun Tomb and its Treasures
This famous tomb is amongst the smallest in the Valley of the Kings. Nevertheless, it contained treasures that may have represented the most abundant hoar ever buried in

The Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon
Memorial Temple of Amenhotep III and the Colossi of Memnon
The Memorial Temple of Amenhotep III, known in Arabic as ” Kawm al-Haitian” the “Mound of the Walls“, was the largest

Madinat Habu

Madinat Habu
Madinat Habu is one of Egypt’s best-preserved and most interesting temples. Unfortunately, most tourists arrive here at the end of a long morning of sightseeing and rarely get more than a quick peeks

Nile Cruise

Cruise on the Nile
Nile Cruises have become a very popular way to spend your vacation in Egypt, and although you may think they are restrictive, you will be pleasantly surprised.
Going on a Nile Cruise