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El Minya: The Bride of Upper Egypt

Many archaeological sites in Egypt show us the succession of great civilizations through different historical eras, from the ancient Egyptian, Greco-Roman, Coptic and Islamic monuments to the antiquities of the modern era, the architectural and...

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...

Shibden Hall: A Monument of Lesbian History in Halifax

Shibden Hall in Halifax, West Yorkshire, has recently gathered attention. The location has become the main filming location for the BBC TV series Gentleman Jack. The show is based on the diaries of Anne Lister,...

5 US Hidden Gems for Summer Holidays: New England

Summer has arrived! With it comes the warm air, sunshine, sand between your toes, a cold beverage in your right hand, snacks in your left. Sun tans, shades, and evenings spent by the outdoor fire....

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...

Irish Diaspora: Ireland’s Citizens beyond Seas

The Irish are everywhere. It may come as a surprise to some that Irish people are spread in different places around the world, and they are one of the most widely scattered nationalities in the...

Irish Kings and Queens Who Changed Ireland’s History

Curious what the Irish President’s house looks like? Visit Aras an Uachtaráin, the official residence of the President, or just take a stroll through one of Europe’s largest city parks, Phoenix Park, or swing over...

Saint Catherine

Saint Catherine is located in South Sinai, Egypt, below Mount Catherine, which is one of the highest mountains in Egypt near Mount Moses. It is a famous tourist destination and contains one of the world's...

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 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...