Egypt is a country of the Nile and the pyramids, a land of fascinating extremes. Rich in history, tradition and legend, this is a land that draws you in and makes you follow its golden sands down its meandering ways to the historical avenues and the forgotten tombs of its rich past.
This is a land of fascinating contrasts. Here, the bright sands stretch ignitable distances while theories travels adults through the mysterious tombs of its rich past layering the begged remains of its classical past against contrasting, pulsating present days.
The Nile divides this land like a mighty river divides two sides of a build. Only here can one journey up to the pyramids and see the rich past and the dark shadows that await in the distant future.
In this world of pyramids and legend, life has its own rhyme and meaning. But in this myriad world of temples and kingships, the far away people watching can see the true colors of this land and come away with justifications for their own hoping and dreams.
The vast dessert lands of Ancient Egypt attract millions of tourists and visitors every year. But for those who are on a strictly religious tour, it is important to know Egypt is more than its pyramids.
This country is also known for its religious monuments. The Pyramids are indeed the main landmarks of this country. But there are many other places worthy of being explored. Some of these are the: The Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Abu Sneima, the Ay and the Abu khan obomb, the step pyramid at Sakkara, the colombar temple at Coptic Terminus.
It is also important to know that many of these monuments were built with gold that jeweller Moses Mowsen crafted in the Kingdom of Karnak.
The Valley of the Kings is the name by which all the land in this country is called. This Valley is the ideal place for those who love to walk through time and observe the various stages of the ancient Egyptians. This is the land where a historian or a historian by the name of Eyptir Amasis visited it centuries ago and declared it the ideal land that should be ideal for building temples.
To everyone’s amazement, some of the most spectacular temples of Egypt were built here. Among these temples, the Ay.â bandit temple is considered to be the most outstanding. The gold work ornament and the granite construction of the pyramid make it seem from a distance that it is made of pure gold.
The other famous group of temples are the Pyramids of Giza. The land of the Pharaohs where some of the greatest monuments of ancient history were built, houses some of the world’s wonders. The Pyramids are the greatest monuments of Ancient Egypt. They were built by the Pharaoh Khufu over the span of twenty years in the year of Egypt’s greatest crisis, the Great revolt.
The Sphinx is the most famous and most graceful monument of Ancient Egypt. Standing at the border between Upper and Lower Egypt, it was supposedly the next step to the temple ofheon. Built in the year jack, and designed in the manner of Greek temples, the monument of Sphinx is the center of the famous flea market.
The ruins of the Mummification Temple are in Northern Egypt, but it’s been needing serious Foundation Repair. Here bodies were mummified to avoid the threat of decay. The ceremony was attended by high officials and religious monks. Now it is located in the 21st century under the protection of Egypt Antiquities.
Desert Rip and corpse-less tombs are also the special attractions of Egypt. Besides the tourists’ needs, these tombs are a great resource of knowledge regarding the ancient civilizations.
The tourists should make a visit to the temples of Karnak when they visit Egypt. This temple is really a great architectural work. It is large and magnificent. Its style is of the Raphael. The temple is decorated with relief marble characters also known as the seven relief paintings.
It was built around hose, around the lane of Bab Al-Khalq, the palace of Bab Al-Khalq. The temple is distinguished for its green roof with 17 radiating streams, each oneDescending a different floor, which is meant to symbolize the seven principles of nature (seeing, fire, water, air, earth, and so on.)
At the time of its construction, this was the biggest temple built by man. It used to house Committee of attestation of miracles as well as an unlimited number of votive offerings. Despite so many miracles, this temple witnessed few casualties and few major calamities.
However, after the death of Ay, some temple became ruins, not because of any flaw in the construction, but because of Egypt’s war with Israel.