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Giza Pyramids

The Pyramids of Giza are considered one of the most important archaeological monuments in Egypt, where its history dates back to about four thousand and five hundred years, during the era of the rule of the Fourth Dynasty, and the design and construction of these architectural masterpieces was done with great effort. It is worth noting that when visiting the Pyramids of Giza, the eyes will turn towards four main landmarks: the Great Pyramid of King Khufu (one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World), a Menkaure pyramid, Khafre’s pyramid, and the Sphinx statue carved in the rock in the shape of a cat in the shape of a body.

Karnak Temple

Karnak Temple is located in Luxor Governorate, and it is a very ancient historical archaeological temple, and it is believed to be the second largest historical and religious monument in the world. It is characterized by its large area, and includes within it many of the buildings, the corridors and the prayer hall. .

The ancient city of Abydos

Abydos is considered a sacred historical and archaeological city, and it is a very ancient city. It represents one of the oldest cities of ancient Egypt, knowing that many ancient monuments are spread throughout the city, such as: the tombs of the ancient buildings, such as: the tombs of the ancient buildings, such as: the tombs of the ancient buildings, such as: the tombs of the ancient buildings, such as: the tombs of the ancient buildings, such as: the tombs of the tombs and the tombs, such as: Archaeological sites in the country.

Horus Temple

The Temple of Horus (English: Temple of Horus) is located in Edfu, and is an archaeological historical landmark dating back to the Ptolemaic period between the year two hundred and thirty-seven and the year fifty-seven BCE, and this temple was designed from sandstone, and the style of the Pharaonic architecture There are many motifs, and Pharaonic drawings engraved on the inner walls of the temple.

St. Catherine’s Monastery

The St. Catherine’s Monastery is considered an archaeological historical landmark, whose construction dates back to the era of the Byzantine Empress Helena in the year thirty-three, when it was used as a chapel, and the seat of its clergy is that the Catherine is the origin of St. Catherine is the origin of St. It is reported that she was tortured until she was killed, and her body was transferred to a high mountain peak (Mount Catherine).

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