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Egypt Old History

Egypt is an independent nation in Northern Africa. With the capital city of Cairo, Egypt 2020 population is estimated at 102,334,415 according to countryaah. Pyramids from several eras testify to one of the world’s oldest civilizations: the kingdom of the Pharaohs, which emerged 3000 BC and dominated for two millennia. Eventually, Egypt came under foreign… Read More »

Top 10 Destinations in October

Lucky to make time for vacation in October? It’s triple luck: going on a beach holiday in October is cheaper than a tour at the height of the high season in Europe; a wide choice of where to go on vacation in October 2019 with your family; the weather is comfortable, the sun is gentle,… Read More »

Where to Go: Turkey or Egypt?

These two countries are both similar and at the same time not similar to each other. To select the best option for yourself, you need to consider all aspects, from the financial issue to the issuance of visas. Let’s try to figure it out. Financial question When planning a vacation, pricing comes first. Tour prices… Read More »

All About Egypt Country

Brief information Egypt is a presidential-parliamentary republic located in the northeastern part of Africa and on the Sinai Peninsula of Asia. It is washed by the Mediterranean and Red Seas, which are connected by the Suez Canal. Geography of Egypt Egypt borders on land with Libya in the west, Sudan – in the south, the… Read More »

Egypt Archaeology – The New Kingdom

According to top-mba-universities, art flourishes again in Egypt with the XVIII dynasty, when the country rediscovers its political arrangement in the reconstructed unity. The first important work is the funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut in Deir el-Bahari: with three sloping terraces in the background of the same basin in which the temple of Montuhotep stood, each equipped with a… Read More »

Egypt Literature

Despite the lively literary flourishing that has taken root in the last decades in many Arab countries, Egypt it has retained its old record in the production of neo-Arab literature. Egyptians were its last leaders of international fame, such as ‛Aqqād, Ṭāhā Ḥusein and Maḥmūd Taimūr, Egypt’s largest group of writers of the medium and new generation.… Read More »

The Arab Spring: Ten Years Later Part 1

It is now ten years since the Arab Spring swept over several countries in the Middle East. Does it have more democracy? What was the Arab Spring? Why did Tunisia do so well? Why was there a civil war in Syria? Did the result become more or less democracy? On December 17, 2010, the Tunisian… Read More »