Written By: Marwa Rasslan – Translated by: Meral Hussein 20 Feb

"Safari tourism" ..Desert trips, founded by the Europeans to discover the African Sahara

Mountainous ranges of multi colored deserts, wells and sulfuric springs, palm oases sprouting amid soft sand dunes, beaches, bays and crystal clear waters all combine to form an integrated natural palette that attracts many fans of camping amid a world of pristine immaculate life.

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Written by: Marwa Raslan - Translated by: Amira Abd El Basset - Photos by: Eslam Mamdouh, Muhammad Essam and Haitham Al Sharkawy 18 Feb

Al Marmar Mosque... Built by Mohammed Ali Pasha to compete Ottoman palaces

Historians were confused, sometimes call it Al Marmar Mosque, sometimes calling it the Alabaster Mosque,A masterpiece;covered with a rare type of marble,Became the most important landmark of Al-Moez Cairo ,A destination for anyone wants to enjoy the guarded Egypt from its highest castles, A

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Written by: Marwa Raslan - Translated by: Amira Abd El Basset 17 Feb

"Mount Kamel": The rare meteorite that struck the western desert five thousand years ago

From the depth of space,and millions of miles away it came,and from the midst of the eternal darkness it set off,and towards the orbit of that populated blue planet it goes to penetrate its gravity domain ,and hit it in a terrible accident creating a giant crater that appears so far in the middle

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wrote - Hana Kamal - Translated by- Alaa Fathi 17 Feb

Siwa Oasis: The Land of Palm Trees, Olives, Sulphur Springs and the Best in Medical Tourism

The land of palm trees that the Pharaohs got to know but that their descendants are unaware of, is one of the largest groundwater reservoirs in Egypt. Despite being a place of global significance in medical tourism, its isolation from the urban lifestyle has made it a virgin land rarely visited by

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