Egypt is a beautiful and charming country that includes many wonderful archaeological sites that have been the focus of attention for many visitors to it .God has endowed Egypt with a picturesque nature, mild climate, and wonderful beaches that made it one of the most attractive countries for tourists worldwide.
Today, we will get to know the most important tourist places in Egypt:
1. The Pyramids of Giza
The Pyramids of Giza are among the seven wonders of the world. They are three pyramids of varying size, Khufu ،Khafra, and Menkaure.
As you find the Great Sphinx in front of these pyramids to protect it from theft, the statue takes the lion's body as a sign of strength and the human head a sign of wisdom and reason.
2. Sharm El-Sheikh
This is also one of the best destinations in Egypt if you just want to relax on the beach, it is a special favorite for family holidays due to the excellent facilities available. Whether you are here for sand or fish llif.
3. Cairo landmarks
There are many mosques and monuments in the region that were established in the Islamic era by Commander Johar Al-Saqali, one of its most prominent features.
Khan Al-Khalili district, which is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Egypt and has a great tourist popularity and has many bazaars, shops and popular restaurants And it is one of the oldest eastern markets, where it is more than 600 years old.
And Al-Azhar Mosque, which is one of the most important mosques in Egypt and the most famous in the Islamic world.
The Egyptian Museum is one of the largest and most famous international museums located in Cairo, and the museum is one of the first established museums in the world and it was built to be a public museum for many wonderful archaeological artifacts as it includes more than 150 thousand artifacts, the most important of which are the archeological collections that were found in the tombs of kings and the footnote The monarchy of the middle family in 1894 in addition to that it includes the greatest archaeological group in the world that reflects all the stages of ancient Egyptian history, you will also find many statues, mummies and other wonderful antiques.
The Hanging Church is one of the oldest churches that are still remaining in Egypt located in the Old Cairo neighborhood in an important archaeological area.
Alexandria is the bride of the Mediterranean Sea, and it includes treasures from ancient civilizations, where its history extends for more than five thousand years, and it has many ancient and modern tourist attractions including mosques, churches, castles, museums, Pharaonic, Greek, Greek and Islamic monuments, in addition to luxurious palaces, gardens and ancient markets.
Among the most important landmarks in Alexandria are the Library of Alexandria, Qaitbay Citadel, Alexandria National Museum, Alexandria Corniche, Pillar of masts, Stanley Bridge, Montazah Gardens, Ras Al-Tin Palace, Cleopatra Palace, Al-Morse Abu Al Abbas Mosque, Al Anfoushi,
5. Marsa Matrouh
There is Marsa Matruh on the Mediterranean coast, where millions of tourists come to relax at the beaches of this city that is covered with fine white sand. Marsa Matrouh has an average climate where its winters are cold and its summers are warm and dry, and therefore it is visited in the summer by millions of Egyptian, Arab and foreign tourists. Among its prominent historical monuments are the Temple of Ramses II, the sunken city of Julius Caesar, the sunken Cleopatra Palace and the effects of the arsenal of the Ptolemies and the Coptic Church established at the beginning of the Coptic era and the cache of Rommel the Leader The famous military also boasts Marsa Matrouh as a tourist city with a number of excellent and attractive beaches with fine sand and beautiful natural waters, including: Wonderful Beach, White Beach, Rommel Beach and Cleopatra Beach.
6. Luxor City
This was the site of the ancient city of Thebes, the great city of the pharaohs in the Middle Kingdom and the modern kingdom who covered the banks of the Nile with massive construction work and began building spacious tombs comfortably hidden in a rocky valley in the West Bank. But there are many effects here that you can easily spend a week simply enjoying elegance and grandeur. Luxor is an open air museum and there is no better place in Egypt to stop for a few days and simply lose yourself in the wonders of the ancient world.
Their ambition today is appreciated at the magnificent Karnak Temple complex:
The Karnak Temple is considered the largest gated house of worship on the face of the earth. The Great Karnak Temple is characterized by the charming sound and light shows that are held every evening, which is a great way to discover the temple.
Valley of the Kings As for the Valley of the Kings, it is a valley in Egypt located on the west bank of the Nile, facing Luxor, in the heart of the ancient city of Thebes. It was used over a period of 500 years during the period between the sixth and eleventh century B.C. The number of tombs discovered in 63 cemeteries made up small pits in the ground and a complex structure cemetery containing more than 120 burial chambers inside it was used to bury the kings and princes of the modern state in ancient Egypt.
7. Aswan city
Aswan is spread along the banks of the Nile, a comfortable city and provides a quiet space, the city is an ideal base for exploring temples and monuments in the southern regions of Upper Egypt and the different Nubian culture in the region. The best way to discover the magic of Aswan is to jump aboard Feluka (traditional sailboats) and see the city from the waterway that once made Aswan an important commercial site.
The river here is spotted with islands that embrace the Nubian villages built of mud, surrounded by huge golden sand dunes and high temperature in the West Bank. Everything is incredible photographic, especially at sunset, when hundreds of sailing felucces take their way to the water, and the river narrows at sunset.
It has many archaeological sites including the Temple of Elephants, the island of Amun, the Temple of Kom Ombo, the Temple of Edfu, the Monastery of St. Simeon and the High Dam
The Temple of Abu Simbel is one of the most famous landmarks of Aswan, as it dates back to the era of King Ramses II, which he built in 1250 BC and is located on the western shore of Lake Nasser behind the High Dam, where it was moved from its original position, for fear of drowning underwater in 1960 during a transfer Huge lasted 4 years. It consists of two large temples carved in the rock and at its entrance there are six huge statues, four of which are Ramses II and two of his wife Nefertari and was one of the greatest temples of ancient Egypt where it is characterized by the similarity and magnificence of its walls decorated with many wonderful inscriptions
We invite you all to visit Egypt .where the beautiful atmosphere, wonderful beaches and activities, enjoy the view of all the monumental buildings, that you can not find elsewhere.
Liz Westwood from UK on June 12, 2020:
This is a well-illustrated and interesting article.