Posts Tagged ‘Must See In Egypt’
Khan El Khalili Bazaar | Cairo, Egypt | Mingle with real local Egyptians in the region’s oldest Souk dates back to 1382.
If you truly want an Egyptian shopping experience and mingle with real Egyptian locals, you must visit the heart of Cairo at the Khan El Khalili Market and Bazaar. The History of Khan El Khalili Market This souk, begun between 1382 and 1389, houses hundreds of shops filled with souvenirs, trinkets and traditional crafts. Sure,…Read More
Queen Hatshepsut | The Most Powerful Woman in Ancient Egypt and Deir El Bahari Temple
One of the easiest, modern and funniest ways to pronounce her name is hot-chicken-soup 😊. We will explain who is Queen Hatshepsut (the Most Powerful Woman in Ancient Egypt) and tour her beautiful Mortuary Temple-known as Deir El Bahari Temple- on the west bank of Luxor in Egypt. Hatshepsut’s Path to The throne of Egypt…Read More
The Hanging Church | Coptic Cairo | Egypt
The Hanging Church or Saint Virgin Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church is one of the oldest churches in Cairo, Egypt. It is located in Old Cairo, they built this Basilican-styled church atop a gatehouse of the Babylon Fortress. The name Hanging Church is because its suspended nave over a passageway, so it appears to be hanging in…Read More
Who designed and implemented the plans to build the Ancient Egyptian structures | WORKERS IN ANCIENT EGYPT
The structures built in Egypt are true wonders of human ingenuity. The Egyptian thoughtful construction not only provide awe-inspired views, but they also increase the questions we generate when admiring them. How were all these things built? How long did it take? And, more importantly, who were the ones who designed and implemented the plans…Read More
SERAPEUM OF SAQQARA | Unsolved Mystery of Ancient Egypt
Are you looking for an unsolved mystery? Do you want to put your detective skills to the test? If so, you might be needed at the Serapeum of Saqqara, Egypt. Imagine for a moment that there are writings that tell of the Serapeum, but somehow they have mysteriously disappeared. Also, imagine there was a mummy…Read More
ABU SIMBEL TEMPLES | The Sun amazingly Illuminates ONLY 3 of the 4 sanctuary statues twice a year, Why? | How they moved the entire temples to the current location and Why?
Have you ever stood somewhere and wondered how in the world did they do this?. If not, you will when you are in Egypt. And in Egypt, even the experts are still wondering exactly; how Ancient Egyptians did these structures. For me, the beginning of those questions began at Abu Simbel Temples. Most tourists visit…Read More