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Egypt Cities

The Nile River is one of the greatest waterways on planet Earth. It is no exaggeration to say that the Nile is the source of life for all of Africa and, in particular, for Egypt.
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Cairo is the capital of Egypt. It is considered the largest city in the Middle East and Africa. It is also known as "the city of a thousand minarets" because of the large number of mosques it has. Cairo in Arabic is "Al-Qahirah" which means the victorious one.
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Alexandria is considered the second capital of Egypt and was the capital of Ancient Egypt. It is known by the name "the Pearl of the Mediterranean." It is located in northern Egypt, on the west bank of the Nile and the Mediterranean shore, and is 225 km from Cairo. It has two ports since ancient...
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Luxor was the ancient capital of Egypt for more than 1500 years. It contains most of the well-preserved temples and monuments almost a third of the world's monuments. It contains most of the temples of Egypt. One of the most visiting and touristic places in Egypt.
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Aswan is one of the important tourist destinations in Egypt. It has its magic and style. Aswan "the city of Nubia" because of its location on the river Nile has beautiful views because of its pure Nile and Nubian atmosphere and also historical places.
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One of the cities that is considered a destination of relaxation and tranquility is "the City of Sharm El Sheikh". It is known as "the City of Peace". It is one of the tourist and famous cities in Egypt for its beauty and attractions.
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It is on the coast of the Red Sea and 550 km from Cairo. It extends 36 km on the shore of the Red Sea. It 460 km2. It has 248 thousand inhabitants. It has no great history because it is a modern city.
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It is one of the Red Sea resorts. It is a modern and luxurious complex where the traditional and the modern are mixed. It is one of the most magical resorts with many entertainment options.
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