Egypt Tour Attractions

We Have many important Egypt Tour Attractions that are tourist attractions for all those interested in studying the history of the region from all over the world.

Among the most important Egypt Tour Attractions are as follows:

Pyramids of Giza 

Abu Simbel Temple  

Valley of the Kings in Luxor 

Karnak Temple 

Philae Temple 

Abydos Temple 

White Desert 

Siwa Oasis 

Sphinx of Giza Pyramids 

Alexandria 

St Catherine Monastery 

South Sinai 

Egyptian Museum 

 

Giza Pyramids

The pyramids of Giza are the most prominent tourist and historical monuments in Egypt, and one of the oldest monuments still standing. The pyramids of Giza consist of three pyramids; They are the pyramid of Khufu, the pyramid of Khafre, and the pyramid of Menkaure.

The pyramid of Khufu, the largest pyramid, is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The pyramid entered the list of the seven wonders of the world due to its steep height and great construction. The height of each side of the pyramid is 231 meters, and the weight of each brick in the pyramid is 2.5 tons, while the weight of the entire pyramid is 6 million tons.

The pyramids are located in the Giza region in the western region of the Nile River. The pyramids are one of the important royal tombs in Egypt, which contain the bodies of the pharaohs who ruled Egypt. So far, more than 100 pyramids dating back to the ancient pharaohs have been discovered. The pyramids were built between 2055-1650 BC, and the construction of the last pyramid continued between 1550-1525 BC.

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Abu Simbel Temple  

Abu Simbel is an archaeological site that contains two temples: the Small Temple and the Great Temple, carved out of rocks.

Temples were built during the reign of Ramses II in the period 1279-1213 BC. The reason for the construction of the temples goes back to celebrating the victory of Pharaoh Ramses II in the Battle of Kadesh, where the great temple of the god Ra-Harakhti, the god Ptah, and the pharaoh Ramses II were built. As for the small temple, it was built for the goddess Hathor, and Nefertiti, wife of Ramses II, the beloved.

Temples are located in southern Egypt on the bank of the Nile River. The great temple contains four colossal statues sitting at the entrance to the temple; Two on each side, representing Pharaoh Ramses II, his family, and the gods, each reaching a length of 20 meters, while the height of the temple is 30 meters, and its length reaches 35 meters. As for the small temple, it contains six statues carved at its entrance, representing Ramses and his wife Nefertiti. Each statue is 10 meters long, while the temple is 28 meters long and 12 meters high.

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Valley of the Kings 

The Valley of the Kings most Egypt tour attractions important. It is a site that houses the tombs of a number of ancient pharaohs and super-wealthy nobles from the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twenty ruling families.

The valley contains the tombs of many prominent pharaohs, including Tutankhamun, Seti I, and Rameses II, as well as many queens. Graves represent preparation for the next life; As it contains all the tools that the pharaohs may need to be buried next to them. The valley is located on the western bank of the Nile River, next to the city of Luxor.

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Karnak Temple 

The Karnak Temple is a complex of ancient ruined statues and temples, dating back to the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II. This area was the place of worship. Where it contains four main temples, one of the most famous and largest temples in it is the temple of the god Amun. In addition to temples, the site contains many ancient monuments and statues, as well as historical scenes from the battles that the pharaohs were fighting with their enemies. The Karnak Temple is located in southern Egypt, near the city of Luxor.

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Philae Temple 

Philae Temple is a temple located in the city of Aswan. The temple was built for the goddess Isis by Pharaoh Ptolemy II, but the Roman kings completed its construction. The temple tells the story of the goddess Isis, the wife of Pharaoh Osiris, as this goddess symbolizes the funeral rites and the gift of life. She is usually represented by a throne she holds over her head. The word “Philae” means the end, referring to the site of the temple located in the far south of Egypt.

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Abydos Temple 

Abydos is one of the most ancient sacred sites in Egypt, it derives its sanctity from being the center of the worship of the god Osiris, as it was believed to be gated to the underworld, was a popular place of pilgrimage and burial. The site contains the Temple of Seti I, which is its most famous monument. Pharaoh Seti I began building it, and his son Ramses II completed it. The temple walls contain an archaeological list engraved on the temple walls that includes the names of 76 ancient Egyptian kings, which Seti I excavated to distinguish the pharaohs of ancient Egypt. The site also contains many temples dedicated to the worship of the god Osiris. The temple is located in northern Upper Egypt.

White Desert 

The White Desert is one of the most picturesque and famous places in the Egyptian desert. The area is called Farafra Oasis

. The area contains rocks carved in the shape of a giant mushroom or cone, which were formed by erosion and erosion factors. Tourists head to the White Desert to camp there and watch the landscape.
The site is located in the northeast of Egypt, and it was in the past an ocean of water, but it dried completely, and the sedimentary layers formed in it the white color, which in turn formed the white desert.

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Siwa Oasis 

Siwa Oasis is one of the oldest historical regions in Egypt, as it has won many titles throughout the ages. It was called Centria by the ancient Arabs, as well as the Jupiter-Amun oasis, Palm Square and Santar by the ancient Egyptians. The site contains traces of homes that form a large gathering like an oasis.

Despite the great civilization progress Egypt is experiencing, Siwa still maintains its customs and traditions. Where the inhabitants speak their native language, which is Tamazight, along with Arabic, and the women wear the traditional dress specific to the region.

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Sphinx of Giza Pyramids 

The Great Sphinx is one of the most famous and distinctive tourist attractions in Egypt. The statue represents the body of a lion with the head of Pharaoh of Egypt carved in the form of a large statue, reaching a length of 73 meters, and a height of 20 meters.

It was built during the reign of King Khafre in about 2530 BC. The Great Sphinx is located next to the three pyramids of Giza, and it is believed that the statue was built to protect the Pharaonic tombs inside the pyramids from evil spirits, hence its Arabic name as the Sphinx.

Alexandria 

The city of Alexandria is considered the bride of the Mediterranean, and it includes treasures of ancient cultural landmarks, as its history extends for more than five thousand years and has many ancient and modern tourist attractions, including mosques, churches, castles, museums, Pharaonic, Greek, Greek and Islamic monuments, in addition to luxurious palaces, rich gardens and ancient markets.

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St Catherine Monastery & Moses Mountain 

It is considered one of the oldest monasteries in the world, as it is located at the foot of Mount Catherine, the highest mountain in Egypt, near Jabal Musa. The monastery contains a historical church with old gifts from kings and princes of different ages. A well is said to be Moses’s well, and Moses’s tree, which was set on fire, and Moses guided it to speak to his Lord. The monastery represents a piece of historical art, with Russian and Greek icons, oil wall paintings, and fascinating archaeological manuscripts.

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South Sinai 

It is a center of fun and adventure where many beautiful landscapes in addition to the tourist resorts built on the European style entirely of international hotels and restaurants located in Sharm El Sheikh in addition to many deserts and marine adventure trips along the coast as well as diving in the Red Sea and seeing the beauty of the coral reefs. the witch. Antiquities are scattered throughout South Sinai, including the historical and religious ones.

Egyptian Museum 

The Egyptian Museum located in Tahrir Square in Cairo and the museum collects the largest collection of statues, antiques, coffins, and other impressive exhibits. Which made it one of the largest museums in the world, as the museum includes more than 150 thousand artifacts that express all stages of ancient Egyptian history.

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