written by: Mirna Ayman - Translated by: Yasmin Badr - Photography: Mohamed Abdel Rahman 14 Mar

Fouad I institute .. Andalusian trail in the Asyut governorate

Religious and scientific approach , The heirs of prophets who built their teachings on this curriculum,And students of science, god promised them the highest score, gathered in the andalusi-type building , It was created nearly a century ago, to mark the immortal rise of Egypt , And it blends into

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Written by: Muhammad Abd El Salam - Translated by Amira Abd El Basset 22 Feb

Egyptology..a science dominated by foreigners."part 3"

The sciences established by mariet, maspiero and carter influenced archaeologists all over the world , this science also spread within the European continent. There is no longer a country or university without an Egyptology department , from northern Germany to southern Italy , from eastern Russia

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written by: Shireen Medhat 21 Feb

the Pharaohs the oldest peoples in recording love stories

Greatly impressed by tales of love and adoration for western civilization, we look a lot for the love words that they recorded on the walls of their papers and temples, we lived too long with their tales, from Romeo and Juliet which William Shakespeare the English writer, who excelled to tell the

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Written by: Hanaa Kamal - Translated by: Amira Abd El Basset - Photos by: Eslam Quotb and Rana Abdu and Maryam Gamal 19 Feb

The ancient group of Al Selehdar.. The pearl of Al Moez Le Din Allah Al Fatimi

One of the most ancient Muslim monuments standing in its splendor in the middle of El Fatimiah Cairo more than 180 years ago ,to reflect with its unique architecture a wonderful mixture of Ottoman, European and slaves era until it was aptly called the pearl of Al Moez for its rococo and baroque

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Written by: Yasmin Emad 18 Feb

“Fayum portraits”.. 900 Portraits revive Egyptians lived 2000 years ago

Faiyum mummy portraits are described as the oldest portrayal of the human face. For the first time in history, and instead of depicting the person laterally, even if the body was drawn from the front or the back, as shown in Pharaonic temples’ paintings, Faiyum portraits depict the person

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