Mummy of Thutmosis IV

(Died in 1387 BC) (found in the Valley of the Kings and discovered by V. Loret (1898), displayed at Egyptian Museum in Cairo. “At the Cairo Museum, there are five or six other mummies...

Egypt’s Last Queen Stolen Magnificent Jewel

*STOP SALE AT SOTHEBY'S...!* ======================== From the legendary collection of Egypt's Last Queen, Nariman, King Farouk's wife, this piece was 'stopped' by authorities while on sale at the famous "Sotheby's" of New York, at...

Scientists discover Egyptian dinosaur with ties to Europe

An elephant-sized dinosaur called Mansourasaurus sheds new light on Afro-European dinosaur ties, scientists said A long-necked dinosaur unearthed in Egypt has yielded the first evidence of contact between African and European dinosaurs shortly before the...

Pharaoh’s Bath Used for Physical Therapy Since Ancient Egypt

Places for medical tourism in Egypt Pharaoh 's Bath (Hammam Pharaon) is a natural sulfur water spring known to be one of the most famous springs and a sought after destination for medical tourism in...

Taba Liberation Day – 19 March

In 1982, the Israeli occupiers of the Sinai began to return the land part by part to Egypt as agreed on in the Camp David agreement (1978) and later in the peace treaty between...

Twice a year, on 21 February and 21 October, the sun shines directly into...

Abu Simbel is located 280 km southwest of Aswan in a remote part of Lower Nubia. In 1290 B.C., Ramesses the Great carved two unique temples into the region’s rocks but neolithic rock drawings...

The Nubians are believed to be the first human race on earth.

A Nubian wedding ceremony often lasts for 40 days, with a long series of rituals. According to traditions, the groom has to present several gifts, particularly garments for the bride, her mother and sisters.These...

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