DISCOVER EGYPT

By: tahany abd elsalam 08 Nov

“Stanley Bridge”… The first bridge to be constructed over the sea

Stanley Bridge is the first bridge in Egypt to be constructed over the sea, It was built in the late 1990s over Stanley bay, The bridge is named after the district where it is built, It is considered by many to be a major part of the reconstruction and decoration of Alexandria beach, the bridge

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Written by: Mohamed Abdel Salam 20 Sep

Khedival Cairo.. Paris of the East

will find it hard to believe that not that long ago, It was Cairo – a mere 160 years back in time – the area was cultivated land reclaimed in the 1850s over the rubbish dumps separating the old Ottoman city from the Nile, Buildings of European character appeared, such as Metro, Radio,

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written by: Tahani Abdel Salam 30 Jul

Luxor ranks second in hot air balloon rides

hundreds of people take to the skies each morning at sunrise in Luxor to experience an air balloon flight and it’s something I would encourage you to try, Egypt is one of the cheapest countries in the world to fly in one, You could see all sorts of ancient monuments and the majestic Nile

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Wrote by: Marwa Raslan - Translated by: Shireen Medhat 22 Mar

"Red Sea".. A colony of coral reefs that attract 100,000 annually

"Between flocks of dolphins that are unique.. Amid the coral colonies that decorate its depths.. When hiding the rare Mermaid on their eyes.. Enjoys tens of thousands from divers".. So many of the pioneers of scuba diving in Red Sea was expressed, which they saw as one of three most

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Wrote by: Hanaa Kamal- Photo by: Maryam Gamal- Translated by: Shireen Medhat 14 Mar

"Khan El-Khalili".. Mamluk Trade Center in the mid of Mahrousa (Cairo)

"Khan El-Khalili".. The one of old Cairo, The oldest Middle-East markets, after 600 years to create, but it still stands with unique architectural style, witness to the splendor if Islamic architecture during the ages, Fatimid, Saladin, Mamluks and Ottoman, all tourists to Egypt is his

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