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Pyramids of Giza

The Giza Necropolis is located on the Giza plateau, west of the namesake town, about twenty kilometers from Cairo, Egypt. It began to be used during the second dynasty, with pottery dated to the reign of Nynecher.

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Cairo, the vast capital of Egypt, is located on the Nile River. In its center is Tahrir Square and the vast Egyptian Museum, a treasure trove of antiquities that includes royal mummies and gold-covered artifacts of Pharaoh Tutankhamun. Nearby is Giza, the site of the iconic pyramids and the Great Sphinx, dating from the 26th century BC. In the leafy Zamalek district on Gezira Island, the 187-meter tall Cairo Tower offers panoramic views of the city.

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Abu Simbel

On this excursion we will visit the amazing temples of Abu Simbel, the only monuments in Egypt that can compete in grandeur with the three great pyramids of Giza.

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Temple of Edfu

The Temple of Edfu is a temple of Ancient Egypt located on the west bank of the Nile in the city of Edfu which during the Greco-Roman period was known as Apolinopolis Magna, dedicated to the god of gods, Horus.

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Karnak Temple

We will visit the Temple of Karnak, the largest in all of Egypt, built over many years between 2200 and 360 B.C. Inside, we will appreciate the great Temple of Amun and other smaller temples.

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Nile River

The Nile, a river flowing north in Africa, is among the longest waterways in the world and is famous for its ancient history and the archaeological sites found along its banks. The fertile lower Nile gave rise to the ancient Egyptian civilization and still hosts the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx of Giza near Cairo. Tourist vessels, from luxurious cruises to traditional feluccas, also travel between the cities of Luxor and Aswan.

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Aswan is the southernmost city of Egypt, on the eastern bank of the Nile, at the height of the first cataract and capital of the homonymous governorate. Its population is 219,017 inhabitants, and it is located 106 meters above sea level.

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The Colossi of Memnon

The Colossi of Memnon date back to the year 1350 BC and are two enormous stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III, which are located in front of the ruined mortuary temple of Amenhotep III, the largest temple in the Theban necropolis. You will not have seen statues like these.

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Temple of Hatshepsut

We will be surprised by the Funerary Temple of Hatshepsut, a masterpiece of ancient architecture, opposite the city of Luxor.

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Luxor is a city on the east bank of the Nile River in southern Egypt. It is located on the site of the ancient Thebes, the capital of the pharaohs at the peak of their power, during the 16th to 11th centuries BC. The modern city surrounds two huge surviving ancient monuments: the elegant Luxor Temple and the Karnak Temple, a mile to the north. The royal tombs of the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens are located on the west bank of the river.

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Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings is a necropolis of ancient Egypt, near Luxor, where the tombs of most of the pharaohs of the New Kingdom, and some animals, are found. It was popularly known by the Egyptians as Ta-sekhet-ma'at.