Six must see places in Africa; Vivianne Wandera; Standard Media

Africa is known for being rich in history and for its role in the cradle of mankind…

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Abu Simbel Cruise Port; Caroline Costello; Cruise Critic

Cruising to Abu Simbel cruise port? Find out what to do in the port of Abu Simbel and get other tips from Caroline Costello at Cruise Critic.

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10 Amazing Fossils Found In The Sahara Desert; Erich Soders; Listverse

Deserts are typically portrayed as empty wastelands. Although their surface does not have a lot to offer, there is plenty to discover underneath. Archeologists…

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It’s Bent! Egypt’s Most Unusual Pyramid Finally Opened to the Public; Nancy Bilyeau; Vintage News

Two 4,000-year-old pyramids built by the ancient Egyptians, one of them the unusual “Bent Pyramid,” are being opened to the public for the first time in…

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Egypt Opens 4,600-Year-Old “Bent” Pyramid; Caroline Blair; The Points Guy

Those considering traveling to Egypt have two more reasons to visit. Egypt has opened the “bent” pyramid for visitors to explore for the first time since 1965, as well as a satellite pyramid. The pyramids, located 25 miles south of Cairo in UNESCO World Heritage Site Dahshur, re-opened to visitors on Saturday. The “bent” pyramid, …

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Egypt’s Bent Pyramid is Now Open to Public; Outlook Traveller

The monument constructed in 4th century at Dahshur is finally open for the public viewing…

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Visitors Can Now Explore Hidden Tombs Inside Two Newly Opened Pyramids in Ancient Egypt; Katherine McGrath; Architectural Digest

Built more than 4,600 years ago, the pyramids are important examples of ancient architectural techniques…

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So Bad They’re Brilliant? See the 17 Most Bizarre and Completely Outlandish Art Restoration Fails of All Time; Sarah Cascone; artnet News

From Spain’s infamous “Beast Jesus” to a hastily paved section of the Great Wall of China, here are the world’s biggest restoration fails.

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Egypt Opens 2 Ancient Pyramids for First Time Since 1960s; AP

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Egypt’s Best Camping Spots; Mohammed Kotb; Scoop Empire

The world population is expected to hit 10 billion people by 2050, limiting natural resources more than ever. Statistics show that as our numbers grow,…

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Disney Offers In-Depth Look at Adventures by Disney’s Egypt Vacation; The Kingdom Insider

Last week Adventures by Disney announced their new Egyptian Adventure. Now take a look at what you can expect. What should you expect when you travel to Egypt with Adventures by Disney? “Expect pyramids, pharaohs and private tours. Expect history, hieroglyphics and hands-on immersion. Expect recreation, relaxation and renowned Disney service. Expect monuments, majesty and […]

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Celebrating International Heritage Day on Luxor Apr.18; Egypt Today

The Ministry of Antiquities will announce archaeological discovery in Luxor in presence of Egyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli and Minister of Antiquities Khaled Anany on April 18 which coincides with the International Heritage Day.

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The best World Heritage Sites you can visit on a cruise; Murray Garrard; Telegraph

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On World Heritage Day, Egypt opens its museums and archaeological sites for free; Mena Habeeb; Copts United

On World Heritage Day, Egypt opens its museums and archaeological sites for free…

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Czech archaeologists reveal identity of ancient Egyptian Queen; Ruth Frankova; Radio Prague

Czech archaeologists have made another significant discovery in Egypt, unearthing the tomb of an Egyptian dignitary dating back to the end of the Fifth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom. They also revealed the identity of an ancient Egyptian queen at a pyramid complex in south Saqqara near Cairo, which had long baffled experts.

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Wadi El Hitan in Egypt’s Faiyum; Anadolu Agency

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12 world-famous landmarks that every travel buff should visit; Marina Nazario; This Is Insider

Even if you’re an experienced traveler who prefers less crowded destinations, sites like the Eiffel Tower, Chichen Itza, and Petra are worth seeing.

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New heritage committee set up; Nevine El Aref; Al Ahram

A new supreme committee has been set up to oversee the country’s World Heritage Sites and to draw up strategic plans for their management, protection and development, reports strong…

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Ancient Egyptian temples: Historic monuments or wedding halls?; Sonia Farid; Al Arabiya

In October, two wedding parties were held at two of Egypt’s most renowned ancient landmarks…

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Why You Need to Visit Egypt Now – Amazing Value and Luxury; Sarah; Point Me to the Plane

Egypt’s allure is its mystery. Recently featured by several of my suppliers, I wouldn’t be surprised to see tourism skyrocket soon. If you’re seeking value…

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