Ten days across Egypt

Ten days across Egypt

The mysterious Aswan, Nubian village, the magnificent Thebes imperial treasure, the clear Red Sea and the ancient and prosperous Cairo

Nubian village → Aswan

Luxor → The Red Sea → Cairo

Down along the Nile, a wonderful trip to Egypt!

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Nubian village → Aswan

The Nubian village, covering southern Egypt and northern Sudan, here thousands of Nubia people, with unique language and culture, football teenagers wearing bright team uniforms are full of vigor and vitality, and the exterior walls of houses painted with various colors have strong visual beauty

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The wharf of Nubia Village

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Teenager football team, jewelry sold in shops, camel at roadside

The famous scenic spots in Aswan include the Temple of Philae and the temple of Abu Simbe. You can see the magnificent temple of Philae by ferry on the island in the harbor. The temple was built in the 4th century B.C. with vivid and exquisite murals and a large number of fairy tales. It is unforgettable.

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Part of the Temple of Philae

The temple of Abu Simbe is worth looking forward to. As the temple of Ramesses II, it is one of the most magnificent monuments in the world. The main entrance is four 20 meter high statues of Ramesses II. The main body is a 60-meter-long rectangular hall with 16 statues arranged in two rows. At the end of the hall is the stone chamber of the altar

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▲Main entrance of Abu Simbe Temple

Every year, on February 21 and October 21, the sun will enter the temple gate at sunrise, through the deep Temple corridor, and directly shine on the statue of Ramesses II

Luxor

All the way north to Luxor, the “largest open-air museum in the world”, where there is the valley of the kings in the desert valley, on the west bank of the Nile River, where there are tombs of many Pharaohs in the New Kingdom period of ancient Egypt.

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▲A corner of Luxor Temple

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▲The passage in the mausoleum of Ramesses V / VI

What’s more, the temple of Hatshepsut records the only female Pharaoh in Egyptian history and the first female emperor in the world, Hatshepsut! Her image handed down to later generations is wearing a false beard, wearing men’s clothing and holding a scepter. She looked very dignified.

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▲Hatshepsut Temple

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Statue of Ramesses II

The most famous, Tutankhamun’s chamber, 3300, is the only complete Tomb of the Pharaoh, preserved in Luxor

The Red Sea + Cairo

You can see the blue sea at a glance. With the cool night wind blowing, the waves surge onto the beach. The water is extremely clear. This is the scenery of the Red Sea.

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The red sea can satisfy your desire to dive. Under the leadership of large troops and coaches, you can swim in the sea for a whole day. When the sunlight passes through the sea, it illuminates the deep water. With the surging of waves, all kinds of colors of light form a dream world between reefs and corals

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After the seaside life, go to the last stop of the whole journey, Egypt, Africa, Arab largest city: Cairo

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▲The prosperity of Cairo

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Cairo’s largest open-air market

Khan El-Khalili Market

Dateing back to the 14th century, in the night, people came to the market. Dozens of lanes crisscrosses. The merchants are selling products like the lights, perfume bottles, essence, and silverware with Arabia characteristics.

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The double lion’s heads gold-plated relief wooden throne in the National Museum of Egypt

When you come to Egypt, how can you not get to the pyramids?

So far, 138 pyramids have been found in Egypt. Standing in front of the pyramids, you can feel the impression of time and sand on the stone surface. You can’t help but look up and admire. What kind of civilization was it that such a magnificent building could be built 4500 years ago?

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Ten days across Egypt
Ten days across Egypt

The pyramids, Sphinx, Mohammed Ali Mosque

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