Can You Name The Seven Wonders Of The World? Most People Can’t Name All Seven; James Asquith; Forbes

What are the seven wonders of the world? Seven Ancient wonders of the world. What are the Seven new wonders of the world? It may be more tricky than you think to name all seven though—until of course reading this article. From the Great pyramid to the Great Wall of china, what are the seven wonders

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Man jailed after climbing Egyptian pyramid for social media stunt; Rasha Ali; USA Today

A social media influencer scaled the pyramids of Giza as a stunt to raise money for Australia. Vitaly Zdorovetskiy says he spent five days in jail.

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11 Unforgettable Things to Do on a Trip to Egypt; Alyssa Ochs; Trips To Discover

Famous for its epic pyramids and inspiring desert landscapes, Egypt is a bucket list destination for many travelers. It is also a destination to experience the great Nile River, ancient temples, and the more modern aspects of life in the cosmopolitan city of Cairo. There is a lot to learn about and explore when you’re…

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Egypt and its people: an ancient land facing change; Martin R Cantor; Long Island Business News

Tourism is economically important to Egypt. However, the 2011 Revolution caused tourism’s economic benefits from the nearly 15 million annual visitors…

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Al Khalifa condemns the transfer of the sphinxes from Karnak Temple to Tahrir square; Egypt Today

Chair of the Arab Regional Center for World Heritage, Shaikha Mai bint Mohammad Al Khalifa, has condemned the transfer of the four sphinxes from Luxor’s Karnak Temple will be placed in Tahrir Square.

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Arab Regional Center for World Heritage Condemns Transfer of Sphinxes from Luxor to Tahrir; Egyptian Streets

Chair of the Arab Regional Center for World Heritage, Shaikha Mai bint Mohammad Al Khalifa, has condemned the transfer of antiquities from Luxor’s…

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MP submits urgent letter rejecting transfer of Luxor sphinxes to Tahrir Square; Al-Masry Al-Youm; Egypt Independent

An Egyptian MP has submitted an urgent statement addressing Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly to Speaker of the House of Representatives Ali Abdel Aal, rejecting the controversial transfer of an obelisk and Karnak Temple statues from Luxor to Cairo’s Tahrir Square.

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Hello, ancient Egypt – goodbye, Don Cherry; Lucas Aykroyd; The Observer

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.

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Egypt sees tourism sector offering a job for every household; Deena Kamel; The National

Egypt’s tourism minister, Dr Rania Al Mashat, speaks exclusively to The National about the resilience and rebound of the industry…

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Mummified lion remains discovered at world’s first pyramid in Ancient Egypt find; Niamh Cavanagh; Daily Star

This is the second time a mummified lion has been dug up in an ancient site…

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A lion mummy may have been discovered at famed pyramid site; James Rogers; Fox News

Archaeologists in Egypt have found a large animal mummy that may contain the remains of a lion or lioness.

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Tourists gather to watch solar alignment at Aswan’s Abu Simbel Temple; Al Ahram

Visitors gathered to watch the sun illuminate the statues of King Ramses II and the deities Amun-Re and Re-Hur-Akhty in the inner sanctum of Egypt’s Abu Simbel temple…

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Top places to visit in Egypt: The 10 most beautiful attractions of Egypt; Break.com

Egypt with an impressive culture that distinguishes itself from anywhere else will certainly be a great destination for those who want to explore its beauty.

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US-Egyptian Venture Reveals Splendors of Luxor Tombs; Hamada Elrasam; VoA

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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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