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Egypt Sightseeing

egyptian obelisk

Egypt has a lot of very important historical monuments that anyone can visit (most of them are open to the public). Most known and most visited is the The Pyramids and the Sphinx of Giza. They stand on a desert plateau some 15 km out of Cairo. There are actually 3 Pyramids located in this place along with the Sphinx. The biggest of all is The Great Pyramid of Khufu and this is the only one among the seven wonders of world that still stands. Also in Cairo city you can visit lot of sites of interest famous such as The Egyptian Museum of Antiquities and The Coptic Museum, The Church of St. Sergius built over a crypt where the Holy Family is believed to have stayed among others.

On the East Bank you can visit the The Temples of Karnak, a holy city of pylons, hypostyle halls, colossal statues, shrines and obelisks, The Luxor Temple, which was dedicated to Amon, and The Luxor Museum. On the West Bank lies the famous Valley of the Kings , where 64 of Egypt’s Pharaohs had their palatial resting places hewed into the sheer rock and The Valley of the Queens.

Abu Simbel Temple

Aswan is one of the world’s best known winter resorts. In Aswan area you can find The Tombs of the Nobles, tunneled into the western cliff-face, that comprise murals depicting the nobles everyday life and their journeys to Africa, The Monastery of St. Simeon, dating back to the 6th Century, The Unfinished Obelisk, hewn and smoothed on three sides while the fourth still attached to the granite quarry-bed and The High Dam which is one of the three largest dams in the world. South of Aswan lies Abu Simbel that houses the famous temples of Ramses II and his wife Queen Nefertari.

Aswan dam