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Cairo

 Cairo The capital of Egypt and the largest city in Africa, the name means “the victorious city”. It is located on both banks of the River Nile near the head of the river’s delta in northern Egypt and has been settled for more than 6000 years, serving as the capital of numerous Egyptian civilizations. Cairo…

Luxor

Located in Upper Egypt Luxor has been described as the world’s biggest open air museum. Nowadays it has been elevated to the status of Governorate, though it is still classified as being in the province of Qena. It has a population of round about 230,000, most of who are employed in tourism somehow, though there…

Alexandria

Alexandria, the city created by Alexander the Great in 333 BC and with a history very different from any of the other cities in Egypt. When this famous Macedonian (the Greek state, not the former Yugoslav country) was en route to visit the Oracle Temple of Amun at the Siwa oasis he stopped overnight at…

Sinai

Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula is a sparsely populated desert region between the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. On its southern tip, Sharm el-Sheikh resort is a base for diving and snorkeling around the reefs of Ras Mohammed National Park. Inland, 6th-century St. Catherine’s Monastery is near biblical Mount Sinai, where the 2,285m summit is renowned…

Red Sea Coast

Mutrah Souq is the traditional market in the Sultanate, historically known as the Souq of Darkness. It is made up of a complex maze of narrow walkways leading to shops that sell local specialtRed Sea, Arabic Al-Baḥr Al-Aḥmar, narrow strip of water extending southeastward from Suez, Egypt, for about 1,200 miles (1,930 km) to the Bab…

Wadi Shab

Wadi Shab is one of the most beautiful valleys in Oman. Clear water flowing through canyon walls over rocks and into small pools and waterfalls, enchants visitors for a refreshing swim in the cool water. The Wadi is popular among both locals and tourists because of the experience of personal oasis in middle of the…

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