The most important tourist areas in Egypt

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Pyramids

The pyramids were built during the Pharaonic era to be the graves of the kings of the pharaohs and their queens, and it is considered one of the greatest buildings that have remained steadfast until now from ancient times, and the most famous tourist attractions in the country where millions of tourists come to it annually to learn about its secrets, and Egypt contains more than 100 of them, Among the most famous are:

  • Djoser’s Pyramid: The pyramid is located in the northwestern side of the city of Memphis, and it is considered the most ancient, as it was built in 27 BC to be a tomb for the Pharaonic king Djoser.
  • The pyramid of Khufu: The pyramid is located in the city of Giza, also known as the Great Pyramid, and it is the only pyramid included in the list of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
  • Khafre Pyramid: The pyramid is located in Giza, close to the pyramid of Khufu, and Liquon built a cemetery for the pharaoh Khafre, and the pyramid includes the famous Sphinx.

Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings is located in Luxor on the hills overlooking the western banks of the Nile, and the Valley of the Kings is made up of 63 cemeteries, the most famous of which is the tomb of the Kings that contains the tombs of the Kings of the Pharaohs who ruled during the era of the modern Pharaonic state, and the most famous of them is King Tutankhamen, and the cemetery of the queens that was devoted to the burial The queens, these tombs were built in the form of underground shrines, and Ramses II’s cemetery, which consists of 120 rooms and is thus considered the largest of these graves in size.

the castle

The castle is located in Cairo, and it is considered one of the most famous historical Islamic monuments in it. It also provided a wonderful example of ancient Islamic architecture, which was built by Salahuddin Al-Ayyubi in 1176 AD during the Crusades period with a view to protection, and the castle was subject to expansion during the seventeenth century, except Many parts of it were demolished during the rule of Muhammad Ali in the beginnings of the nineteenth century, which also built the Muhammad Ali Mosque, which is still standing today.

Khan Al-Khalil Market

Khan Al-Khalil Market was built during the fourth month in Cairo, and it is considered one of the oldest and largest old markets in the world, and it contains many goods and products such as perfumes and Arab-style clothing, which can be bargained for the best price, and visiting this Khan will be a wonderful and enjoyable experience for shopping lovers .

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