Dakhla Oasis Egypt
Dakhla Oasis one of Egypt Oases which are the best destination for relaxation and tranquility because most oases have hot springs that are used in treatment.
One of the most beautiful oases in Egypt is the Dakhla Egypt, it is 2000 km2.
Where is the Dakhla Oasis?
What to do in Dakhla Oasis?
The history of the Oasis began in the prehistoric period. in el Dakhla you can visit:
1. Mut Egypt city
The largest city in Dakhla Oasis Egypt is “Mut” which means mother in ancient Egypt and considered one of the oldest inhabited places in Africa because houses discovered there as early as 13,000 years ago.
Also, 500 clay tablets, dating back to the Pharaonic period, discovered in the governor’s palace in “Ain Asil” (Balat).
In the Islamic period, the city of Al Qasr founded in the 11th century on the Roman ruins.
2. Al Qasr Egypt
Al Qasr: It is a city that dates back to the medieval Ottoman period. Its streets are narrow with 5-story houses with Ottoman and Mamluk decorations, doors, and carved lintels.
3. The Tombs of Muzawaka
The Tombs of Muzawaka “Dakhla Oasis”: It is 37 km from Mut. They date back to Roman times with decorations and paintings very beautiful and preserved.
4. Bir El Gabel and Bir Talat
Bir El Gabel and Bir Talat: It is 25 km north of Mut. They are famous for their hot springs and their relaxing atmosphere.
Bashandi: A town that dates back to the nineteenth dynasty and contains pharaonic ruins.
6. The Ethnographic Museum
The Ethnographic Museum “Dakhla Oasis”: a small museum with an adobe house. The house divided into three parts: for men, women, and visitors where you can find an endless number of objects.
7. Bir Al Hagar Dakhla Egypt
Bir Al Hagar: It is a Roman temple that dates back to the time of Nero. The temple dedicated to the gods Amon, Mut, and Jonsu. The paintings on its walls are preserved.
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