Abdeen Palace

Abdeen Palace is one of the magnificent palaces in Egypt dating back to Muhammad Ali Pasha’s family. It is located in the Downtown of Cairo city. What is the history of Abdeen Palace? Khedive Ismail bought a small mansion named Abdin palace was owned by Abdin Bey (One of the leaders of the army during […]

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Agriculture in Ancient Egypt

Agriculture is essential for any community. In this article, we will recognize the role and importance of agriculture in the ancient Egyptians’ life that can be noticed in Pharaonic tombs as there is no tomb devoid of agriculture scenes referring to it was an essential part of the creation of ancient Egyptian civilization. When did […]

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Manial Palace Museum

Do you want to see designs and decorations from several cultures, times, and countries? Enjoy Islamic decorations from different Islamic times such as Fatmi, Mamluk, Ottoman, and Andalusian, and different designs from Arab and European countries such as Turkey, Morocco, Turkey, and Andalusia (Spain). See all of that in one place. In Manial Palace Museum. […]

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A New Museum in Hurghada City

Hurghada city is the biggest city in the Red Sea Governorate. It is considered as an attractive beach tourist destination 400 km from Cairo. What are the activities done in Hurghada city? Hurghada is a tourist destination since 1980. Those they love adventure, Hurghada city allows them doing trips to the desert, the mountains, ride the […]

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Luxor West Bank – Part Two

Homer described Luxor city in ancient times as the city of hundred gates referring to its greatness and its huge buildings. Luxor is considered as the world’s greatest open-air museum because it holds two-thirds of the landmarks of the world. Most of these unparalleled monuments date back to ancient Egyptian history. Luxor city is divided […]

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Luxor West Bank – Part One

Homer described Luxor city in ancient times as the city of hundred gates referring to its greatness and its huge buildings. Luxor is considered as the world’s greatest open-air museum because it holds two-thirds of the landmarks of the world. Most of these unparalleled monuments date back to ancient Egyptian history. Luxor city is divided […]

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Luxor East Bank

Homer described Luxor city in ancient times as the city of hundred gates referring to its greatness and its huge buildings. Luxor is considered as the world’s greatest open-air museum because it holds two-thirds of the landmarks of the world. Most of these unparalleled monuments date back to ancient Egyptian history. Luxor city is divided […]

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Capitals of Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt had several capitals throughout its history. Explore Egypt Tours presents this article about the capitals of ancient Egypt from the 1st dynasty to the 30th dynasty. These capitals are Memphis, Ahnasia, Thebes (first part of the Middle Kingdom), Itjtawy, Avaris, Thebes (The New Kingdom), Akhetaten, Pi-Ramesses, Tanis, Bubastis, Sais, Mendes, Sebennytos.  1 – […]

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Abu Simbel Sun Festival

Explore Egypt Tours is so pleased to present this article for its guests. This article will discuss an amazing phenomenon occurring in Abu Simbel city, Aswan, Egypt. This unique phenomenon is the perpendicular of the sun on the Holy of Holies of the Great Abu Simbel temple. Egypt and its tourists are waiting for this […]

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Cairo – Part Three

Explore Egypt Tours is pleased to present Cairo’s several destinations to show you some of these wonderful landmarks to enjoy and know more about it. This article is the 3rd one in a series of articles about tourist places that worth a visit in Cairo. 1 – National Museum of Egyptian Civilization:  What is the history […]

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