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The Nile River

The Nile River

13 July 2009

The Nile river stretches thousands of miles fromm Northern Africa on south, across deserts and through Cairo Egypt, providing a life giving source of sustenance to a plethora of ecosystems. It is listed as the single longest river in the world, with two main tributaries adding to its beauty and size, the White and Blue Nile. The Blue Nile provides most of the river its water and mass, with its life giving soil, while the white tributary [...]

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Posted in Featured, The Wonders of Egypt

Visit The Giza Pyramid Complex

Visit The Giza Pyramid Complex

13 July 2009

When many of us picture in our minds ancient Egypt, we conjure up images of great pyramids, sand dines, and desert landscapes. Sometimes, a specific pyramid comes to mind, even though many of the burial complexes were in Valleys and other areas across the Egyptian landscape. We often picture the Great Pyramid, and [...]

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Cairo’s Urban Glory

Cairo’s Urban Glory

13 July 2009

Cairo, Egypt is the largest city in the whole of Egypt. Not only that, but it is also the largest population city in both Northern Africa, the whole of Africa, and the entire Arab world. It is the most populace Egyptian city, and as such also has it up on the list of most populated cities world wide at almost seven [...]

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Posted in The City of Cairo

Ras Mohamed National Park

Ras Mohamed National Park

13 July 2009

Located in the Gulf of Aqaba in Egypt, the Ras Mohamed National Park is one of the few parks around to still protect and preserve marine habitats and life. It’s filled with lush habitats and wildlife along with hundred of different species that are both thriving and on the verge of extinction. Backed by the [...]

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