Pharaonic antiquities

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The Sphinx is located in the city of Giza in the Republic of Egypt, and it is believed that it was built during the reign of King Khafra between 2575 and 2465 BC, and it was carved from limestone where the face of the statue reached the face of King Khafra, while his body depicts the body of the lion, and the statue is considered the largest sculptures The stone is world-wide, as it was carved from a single piece of limestone, and its length reaches 73 meters, while its height reaches 20 meters, but the statue has been damaged and eroded throughout the ages despite the efforts made to preserve it, and the most important of it was damaged His nose is completely lost.

Abu Simbel Complex

The complex of Abu Simbel temples is located in the southern side of the Republic of Egypt on the western banks of Lake Nasser, and its construction dates back to 1264 BC, where it was built of limestone and the construction process continued for nearly 20 years, but weather factors caused the temple to be completely covered with sand on Throughout the ages, the summit of the main temple was discovered from it for the first time in 1813 AD by the Swiss orientalist Jean-Louis Berckhardt Frieze, and the excavation process lasted four years from the beginning of 1964 AD, which was funded by UNESCO, after which the Abu Simbel Temples Complex was recognized as one World Heritage Site.

The Great Pyramid

The Great Pyramid, or as it is known as the pyramid of Khufu, is located in the Egyptian city of Giza, and it is considered one of the oldest seven wonders of the world in the world, and its construction dates back to about 4500 years ago, to be a tomb for the Pharaonic king Khufu, and the pyramid is a wonderful example of the splendor of architecture in the era The Pharaonic also helps in identifying the winter and summer solstices, and the spring and autumn dates.


Where is the pyramid of Saqqara

Description of the effects of Sbeitla


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