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Block of Ages - Egypt's Unfinished Obelisk

It is a mighty thing, this massive red-granite obelisk, lying under a scalding sky in the open-air museum that is Egypt’s Aswan quarries. Some might thank the stars that Egypt’s 3500-year-old Unfinished Obelisk remained unfinished, forever attached umbilically to home soil. 59 more words

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British archaeologists discover six Old Kingdom tombs in Aswan

The British Archaeological Mission of the University of Birmingham
and the Egypt Exploration Society, working on the Qubbet el-Hawa project
in Aswan succeeded in uncovering six tombs of different sizes dating back to the Old Kingdom. 154 more words

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2,000-Year-Old Winery Discovered in Egypt's Nile Delta

By Mindy Weisberger,

Livescience.com

Archaeologists recently uncovered ancient storage rooms in a 2,000-year-old winery, at a site in Egypt’s Nile Delta to the north of Cairo. 362 more words

Ibn Tulun Mosque and the Gayer Anderson Museum

The Ibn Tulun Mosque and Gayer Anderson Museum are inside the same walls not too far from the Citadel. Both are worth a visit and it is easy to do both on your own or with a guide. 813 more words

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Top Rated Tourist Attractions in Egypt

Egypt’s tourism industry is starting to rebound after a difficult 2011 that saw revenues plummet 30 per cent.

The country had 14.5 million tourists in 2010 but that plummeted to 10.6 million the next year due to the effects of the revolution. 1,517 more words

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