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The Valley Of The Kings

The Valley Of The Kings

13 July 2009

The valley of the kings exists in Egypt as one, if not the largest, burial places of Egyptian royalty and nobility. It lasted for about 500 years, when every king was buried within the Theban Necropolis at the site. It stands opposite of Luxor, on the banks of the Nile in what used to [...]

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Posted in Featured, Places To Visit

The Ramadan Observance

13 July 2009

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar; and is also the name given to the religious observance exhibited throughout the month long observance. This observance is the most holy of all the Muslim holidays, and is one that all of the Islamic face revere, respect, and practice. Even if some of [...]

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Posted in The Wonders of Egypt

Cairo and Egyptian Ferry Service

12 July 2009

Situated in the midst of a travel center of world wide size and epic proportions, Egypt has many arrival and departure points that can be gotten to in an assorted number of ways. Sea, air, land, its all available in this ancient, fantastic part of the ancient world. Depending on what method you would like to take and what you have coming along with you will tell you what form of transportation best suits you. Once in Egypt itself, [...]

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Posted in Cairo Transportation

The Suez Canal

12 July 2009

The Suez canal is a canal in the north connecting Port Said, and Suez, allowing travel and water passage between Europe and Asia. This avoids having to go all the way around Africa, thereby saving months of travel and expenses. Its around 120 miles long, yet at its deepest it is only 60 feet. The operation is under the control entirely of the Egyptian canal authority. [...]

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