Historical Sites

Egypt contains several and unparalleled heritage and historical sites. These sites vary between ancient Egyptian, Christian, and Islamic sites. That what makes Egypt is unique, as it houses many cultures and civilizations. These sites are like Dahshur, Memphis, Saqqara, El Fayoum Oasis, and Port Said.

Abusir Necropolis – Historical Site

Abusir Necropolis is considered an essential part of the Memphis Necropolis, where the ancient Egyptian kings of the fifth dynasty built their pyramids. Abusir Necropolis houses fourteen pyramids, but the most famous pyramids there are the pyramids of king Neferirkare, Niuserre, and Sahure, dating back to the fifth dynasty.  Additionally, the temple of the sun […]

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Dahshur Necropolis – Historical Site

Dahshur is considered as an important part of the Memphis Necropolis, where Pharaonic kings built their pyramids. Dahshur Necropolis is located on the west bank of the Nile River, approximately 40 km southwest of Cairo city. The importance of Dahshur Necropolis lies in reflecting two important stages of the architectural development used by the ancient […]

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Dahshur Necropolis and its Countryside

Discover Dahshur Necropolis and its countryside with Egypt Vacation Tours experts. In Dahshur Necropolis and its countryside tour, you will be able to visit ancient Egyptian attractions and find out its local community by visiting its countryside. In the countryside of Dahshur, you will allow you to discover the community of Dahshur by visiting a […]

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Saqqara Necropolis – Historical Site

Saqqara is one of the most important cemeteries in Memphis Necropolis. It contains thousands of tombs (royal pyramids and mastabas). Among these tombs, there is the step pyramid of king Djoser, the oldest pyramid in the ancient Egyptian civilization. Let’s take a tour in Saqqara Necropolis 1 – King Djoser Complex and The step pyramid […]

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El Fayoum Oasis – Sightseeing of El Fayoum

El Fayoum Oasis is Located 100 kilometers southwest of Cairo. It is famous for its biodiversity and scenic destinations. Also, it distinguishes with containing various types of tourism as Archaeological, tourist, rural, recreational, and environmental. In El Fayoum, you will be able to enjoy visiting historical and archaeological buildings, the waterfalls and the natural beauty, […]

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Tuna El-Gebel in Al Minya Governorate

Tuna El-Gebel Necropolis is an important historical site in Al Minya Governorate. The ancient Egyptians considered it the center of worshiping the god Thoth or Djhuty, the god of wisdom and knowledge in ancient Egyptian civilization. Let’s have a tour in Tuna El-Gebel Necropolis in Al Minya Governorate Firstly, you should know about the history […]

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Al-Alamein City in Marsa Matrouh – the World War II

Al-Alamein city is located on the west of Alexandria in Marsa Matrouh governorate. It has a great history, especially during World War II making it an important attraction for many people around the world. Let’s learn about the history of that city The most ancient monuments in Al-Alamein City dates back to the Greco-Roman period. […]

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Giza Necropolis – Historical Site

Giza Necropolis is located on the west bank of the Nile River, where the west bank is dedicated to burying the dead people according to the ancient Egyptian beliefs. Giza Necropolis or Giza Pyramid Complex contains nine royal pyramids of the fourth dynasty, old kingdom as the great pyramid of King Khufu, the Pyramid of […]

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Port Said City – A Coastal Destination

Port Said city is one of the most important cities in Egypt, after Cairo and Alexandria. It is a coastal city overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, It is considered the entrance of the Suez Canal from the north. Let’s learn more about the history of Port Said City Port Said City was constructed after the foundation […]

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