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Dar Ibn Luqman: A Cell Fit for a King

Egypt’s history is full of amazing historical events. Due to the country’s strategic location, it was under attack many times by foreign invaders since the era of the ancient Egyptians, followed by the crusaders and...

9 Biggest Castles on Earth

Castles and mansions have always captivated the attention of many due to their importance to several disciplines, like history, culture, and architecture. That is why tourists usually flock to major castles in different cities around...

3 Top Sports Museums to Visit in the US

Sports are one of the most loved activities in the world. Each country has its unique sport that they excel at, and some countries with multiple. Some countries even have sports that are all their...

The Top Ten Things to Do in Nottingham for Families

Famous for its geese, lace, and rebels, Nottingham boasts a wide array of family-friendly parks and attractions, making it definitely worth a visit. From splashing around at the National Water Sports Centre to walking in...

10 Amazing Places You Must Visit in Trieste

Rome, Venice, Florence, those are the cities most tourists visit and rave about. Have you heard about Trieste though? An amazingly charming city and seaport in northeastern Italy, just on the border of Slovenia.  The city...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Traveling in Ireland: A Cultural Perspective

When you picture traveling to Ireland, what do you see? Is it the rolling green hills, or the cliffs and choppy Atlantic sea? Maybe it’s the city of Dublin, or the thought of the Irish...

The Revolutionary Life of W. B. Yeats

William Butler Yeats (June 13, 1865 – January 28, 1939) was an Irish poet, dramatist, mystic, and public figure from Sandymount, County Dublin. He is widely considered as one of the most influential figures of...

Dahab: A Piece of Heaven on Earth

Dahab is one of the best destinations in Egypt, specifically in the South Sinai Governorate, in the Gulf of Aqaba not far from the city of Sharm El-Sheikh, about 100 km away. The city is...

The Gorgeous And Historic Al Gezira Palace

Egypt contains some of the most beautiful buildings in the world, and one of these buildings is in Cairo. Al Gezira Palace located in the Zamalek district; is now a famous hotel. It all started when...

El Sakkakini Pasha Palace

El Sakkakini is a district in Cairo that was named after the palace designed by a French architect in 1897 and owned Count Gabriel Habib Sakkakini Pasha (1841–1923), the head of the Syrian Sakakini family,...

Unique Places to Visit in Cairo that Will Help You Learn about Egypt’s History

Egypt's one of the oldest civilizations in the world and there are many locations around the country where you can immerse yourself in its long history and learn more about how the country was built...

El Fayoum

As we all know, Egypt contains many beautiful cities, and El Fayoum is one of these fascinating cities. It is located in a natural depression in Egypt’s western desert, about 103 km from Cairo and...