[Into the heart of the country] Mummies and tombs tell tales of ancient peoples; Korea Joong Ang Daily
In the tombs of Saqqara, new discoveries are rewriting ancient Egypt’s history; Sudarsan Raghavan; Washington Post
Egypt has begun implementing the first phase of a project to develop the city of Saint Catherine in South Sinai and promote tourism in the area.
Abu Simbel Temples safe after minor earthquake hits area 48 km northwest of Abu Simbel City; Mustafa Marie; Egypt Today
On March 11, the stations of the National Seismological Network of the National Institute for Astronomical Research recorded an earthquake 48 km northwest of Abu Simbel city, without affecting the archaeological area.
Ancient Egypt: 9-Day Luxury Small-Group Tour with Four Seasons Stay, Nile River Cruise & Egyptologist-Guided Tours, Tours by Luxury Escapes – Egypt; Luxury Escapes
Ahram Online looks back at the long history of Cairo’s historic cemeteries, which each hold up mirrors to the rich heritage of Egypt…
How to make the most of a one-day visit to Egypt’s Valley of the Kings; Aryana Azari; Matador Network
Take time for more than 3,000 years of history on display.
This desert oasis with a magical lake, cascading waterfalls, and a valley of ancient whales is one of Egypt’s hidden treasures.
The following is a list of ten most impressive examples of ancient Egyptian architecture that are a must-see while visiting the Land of the Pharaohs.
Inside the Pyramid of Djoser — the world’s oldest still-standing stone building — that reopened after 14 years of restoration; James Pressley; Business Insider
After 14 years, the oldest pyramid in the world, known as the Pyramid of Djoser, has reopened. Here’s what it’s like inside.
Egypt has reopened the 4,700-year-old Djoser pyramid after 14 years.
Abu Simbel Temple is due to witness on Saturday a rare astronomical event which happens twice every year when the first rays of the morning sun illuminate the statue of King Ramses II.
The Egyptian desert holds the secret to an important link in the story of evolution…
Gazing up at the colossal statues of Ramses II, Lucas Aykroyd couldn’t help noticing that one 65-foot-tall carving’s head and torso were missing.