Sunday post : Travel , come to EGYPT

English: An illustration from the Encyclopaedi...

English: An illustration from the Encyclopaedia Biblica, a 1903 publication which is now in the public domain. Fig. 5 for article “Agriculture”. Image of Ancient Egyptians pulling up grain by the root (a practice confined to Ancient Egypt) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery - Ancient Egyp...

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery – Ancient Egypt – Sarcophaguses and mummies (Photo credit: ell brown)

Egypt: Thebes

Egypt: Thebes (Photo credit: Brooklyn Museum)

Egypt: Gizeh

Egypt: Gizeh (Photo credit: Brooklyn Museum)

Egypte louvre 223 femme

Egypte louvre 223 femme (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Approach and first pylon - Temple of Horus @ Edfu

Approach and first pylon – Temple of Horus @ Edfu (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery - Ancient Egyp...

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery – Ancient Egypt – Preparing for the Afterlife (Photo credit: ell brown)

Dancers and Flutists, with an Egyptian hierogl...

Dancers and Flutists, with an Egyptian hieroglyphic story-(hieroglyphs read from left-to-right). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Pyramid of Khafre and the Great Sphinx of ...

The Pyramid of Khafre and the Great Sphinx of Giza on the Giza Plateau, Cairo, Egypt.. Deutsch: Die Große Sphinx von Gizeh vor der Chephren-Pyramide, der mittleren der Pyramiden von Gizeh am westlichen Rand des Niltals. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

All Giza Pyramids in one shot. Русский: Все пи...

All Giza Pyramids in one shot. Русский: Все пирамиды Гизы на изображении. Español: Las Pirámides de Guiza (Egipto). Français : Les Pyramides de Gizeh (Egypte). Català: Les Piràmides de Giza, a Egipte. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Before more than 5000 years there was a nation made us a  wonderful history   are  still splendor of its beauty and greatness, they’re the ancient Egyptians who wrote  pages of history  never forget, and still attracts millions from around the world.

Come to Egypt and   participate  millions of   fans attended the ancient Egyptian civilization and try to understand the motives that made this the first civilization in history.
No matter how we tried to explain the importance and the greatness  of this culture,it  will not be truer than he photographs.

 

Banner for "Intro to Ancient Egyptian Civ...

Banner for “Intro to Ancient Egyptian Civilization” Wikipedia project (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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9 thoughts on “Sunday post : Travel , come to EGYPT

  1. At my request my friend brought back a scoop of sand from the base of the Great Pyramid. As a history teacher having my little piece of Egypt is a valuable thing. But the real story…..I will allow you to speculate how much fun with that little baggie of sand he had with US and Egyptian customs.

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