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Ahmed Afify
Famous Egyptian Food
Egyptian Food partly influences the Food of the Mediterranean through the Middle Eastern gastronomical tradition. Wide use of spices, coriander, cumin, turmeric, black pepper, and the ever-present Egyptian term for “hot pepper” is everywhere. The most important meals of the day are breakfast, eaten shortly after waking up, and lunch. In most Egypt cities, have...
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Cairo in December
Egypt cities are one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world because of their beautiful and varied Tourist Attractions, long history that goes back thousands of years, many tourist attractions and historical buildings, and Egypt in December makes you jealous because it’s nice almost all year round. Find out how to spend the...
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Easter at Egypt
Sham El-Nessim or Easter in Egypt which means “inhaling the fresh breeze,” is Egypt’s most famous ancient ritual. People would color their hard-boiled eggs the day before, pack them up with green food and salted fish, and head to the parks to celebrate the official start of summer. Sham El-Nessim has been around for a...
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Shopping At Egypt
Shopping At Egypt No trip to Egypt is complete without a good shopping session in one of the country’s bazaars, markets, or shopping malls. This is a one-of-a-kind chance to buy an excellent Egyptian product at a fair price, a valuable treasure to take home. So When you go to Egypt, you should go shopping...
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Temple of Amun-Ra and Ramesses II
Temple of Wadi es-Sebua, “Valley of the Lions,” which comes from Arabic, was given to this temple because of the avenue of sphinxes that leads up to it. The name is pronounced exactly as it is written: “Valley of the Lions,” which is the exact translation of the word. During Ramesses II’s rule, this temple...
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