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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,...

A Guide to Khan el-Khalili: Old Cairo’s Top Location for Souvenirs

Khan el-Khalili is a famous souk or market street in the old centre of Cairo, Egypt. The market was established in the Mamluk era as a centre for trade in the city and the region,...

Aisha Fahmy Palace: The Jewel of Cairo’s Famous Palaces

Overlooking the flowing waters of the Nile in Cairo are many important buildings, embassies and landmarks, but few can hold a candle to the beautiful Aisha Fahmy Palace in Zamalek. Who was Princess Aisha Fahmy? Princess Aisha...

El Zaafarana Palace: A Witness to Egypt’s History

El Zaafarana Palace (Saffron Palace) is located in Cairo. It was an Egyptian royal palace that is rumored to have been the birthplace of the last King of Egypt, King Farouk. It was named after...

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...

Restored Historical Sites to Visit in Egypt

Over the past few years, Egypt has undertaken major projects to restore and preserve many of the historical landmarks around the country to restore them to their former glory. Many of these landmarks are well-known...

Beautiful Locations off the Beaten Track for an Enjoyable Vacation in Egypt

Every city in Egypt has its unique character and has specific elements that make it special, whether it’s a coastal city, somewhere along the Nile, or even in the middle of the desert. Every city...

Gayer Anderson Museum or Bayt al-Kritliyya

The Gayer Anderson Museum is one of the unique museums in Cairo, located right next to the Mosque of Ahmad ibn Tulun in the Sayyida Zeinab neighbourhood. The museum is in fact a house dating...

Marsa Alam: The Diamond of the Red Sea

Marsa Alam is one of the most beautiful cities in Egypt. Many people call it the Maldives of Egypt due to its beautiful beaches and sparkling waters. Marsa Alam used to be a small fishing...

National Museum of Civilizations after the Parade

Egyptian history and civilization have always held an important place in the history of the world and that is why the people of Egypt always take pride in their history and their ancestors. In this...

Orman Botanical Gardens

Some of the examples of such well-maintained gardens are El Nabatat Island in Aswan and the Orman Botanical Gardens at the end of El-Dokki Street in Giza, the latter of which is visited by thousands...

Temple of Queen Hatshepsut

The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut is one of the greatest discoveries in Egypt that many tourists from all over the world come to Egypt to visit. It was built by Queen Hatshepsut about 3000 years...