written by: Tahani Abdel Salam, Translated by: R kamel 05 Sep

Abbasia Farghali: first Arab woman obtained Driver licence in 1920

She was born in Assiut governorate at the start of the 20 the century, specifically within the city of Abu Tig, and despite the strength and cruelty of that society in Upper Egypt for ladies, she had a special status. She was ready to complete her education in major foreign schools, then moved to

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Written by: tahany Abdel Salam, Translated by : R kamel 04 Sep

Ramesses II, Amenhotep II and Merneptah Are lead 22 mummies to Fustat

As work on The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat is nearing completion, the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, unitedly with Egyptian scientists and experts, is preparing to transfer the royal mummies from the Egyptian Museum of Tahrir Square to the Museum of

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Written by: R kamel 08 Aug

The Egyptian coast is that the largest migratory bird catches within the world.

"The Trap." during a long article published within the American newspaper The New Yorker on July 19, American writer and novelist Jonathan Franzen described true encountered by migratory birds as soon as they approached Egyptian shores, explaining that almost 140 million birds, consistent

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Report: Egyptian Geographic, Translate by: R kamel 31 Jul 31 Jul

"Sheep of Eid" the thrill of kids that poets sing

Children within the Mahrousa could seem to be the happiest in Eid al-Adha, not because it's one amongst the 2 most vital feasts for Muslims, but because it's closely associated with an animal that likes to play and play with, the sheep of Eid, the sacrifice that the daddy of the prophets

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Report: Egyptian Geographic, Translate by: R kamel 31 Jul

"Eid prayers inside the Al-Azhar Mosque".. Different nationalities and races

Early within the morning of the primary day of Eid al-Adha, and inside al-Azhar Mosque square, tens of thousands of Egyptians gathered to perform Eid prayers, in an environment of joy and happiness on the faces of worshippers celebrating Eid al-Adha, and therefore the crowds of worshippers that

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