Luxor Museum

Luxor Museum Location Luxor Museum Located on the east bank of the Nile between Karnak temple and Luxor Temple, parallel to the Corniche street overlooking the Nile IS The House of Wonder, Magic & Beauty “ the Infamous Luxor Temple”,  you can pay a visit to Luxor Museum while sailing on a Nile cruise. Luxor […]

Valley of The Queens

Valley of the Queens  Facts This terrific site was known in the ancient as Ta-Set-Neferu, which means “the place of beauty” and it also has different names including Biban el-Harim, Biban el-Sultanat, and Wadi el-Melikat. It was the place, where the ancient Egyptians used to bury the wives of the ancient pharaohs. The main Wadi […]

Valley of The Nobles

Information about Valley of The Nobles Valley of the Nobles is located on the west bank of Luxor in an area called Sheik Abd El-Korna and it includes around 500 tombs of Theban Nobles and high officials in ancient Egypt. The tombs of the valley of the nobles were dug in the mountain that is […]

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Thebes City

Thebes City of The Living Thebes City was located in the east side of the Nile around 800 km from the south of the Mediterranean Sea. It was known as Waset to the ancients. To have a look at the ruins of Thebes, you have to pay a visit to modern Luxor by a majestic […]

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Abu Simbel Temple Relocation

Abu Simbel Temple Overview Tourists gather together from around the world on two well-known dates “October 22nd & February 22nd” to witness the magnificence Sun Festival that is held in Abu Simbel Temples yearly by booking a splendid cruise throughout Nile cruise holidays. These two temples were built in the 13th century through the 19th century. […]

The Red Sea

Overview of The Red Sea The red sea is considered by many to be one of the seven wonders of the underwater life and the home to one of the richest underwater environment on the globe. It is truly the paradise of any traveler as it provides an infinite amount of beauty, culture and pure […]

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The Red Pyramid

The Red Pyramid Facts The Red Pyramid is commonly known as the Shinning or the Northern Pyramid and it has the second largest base of any pyramid in Egypt, each side measures about 220 m. It is considered the largest of the three major pyramids located at the Dahshur necropolis 40 km outside Cairo near Saqqara. It was built from red […]

The Nubian Village

The Nubian History The lovely people of Nubia are the ethnolinguistic group, who were the earliest cradle of civilization and they came from southern Egypt and northern Sudan. They live mainly today in Luxor & Aswan in the region between Wadi Halfa city on the Egyptian-Sudanese border and al Dabbah. The history of Nubia starts from the […]

The Hanging Church

Why is It Called The Hanging Church The Hanging Church is the most important and the oldest Church in Egypt. The name “Hanging Church” is actually the name of Saint Virgin Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church. It is even referred to as the suspended church “Al-Muallaqah”. It was built on the southern gate of the Babylon […]

Abu Al-Abbas Al-Mursi Mosque

Abu Al-Abbas Al-Mursi Mosque Overview This is considered the most important historical mosque in Alexandria. It is dedicated to Saint El-Mursi Abu El-Abbas who was a Sufi Saint in the 13thcentury in Alexandria& one of the four master saints in Egypt and that’s why the mosque is built over the tomb of that saint. It […]