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Egypt is well known for their beautiful architecture and mummies locked away in their sarcophagus waiting for the chance to prowl the earth. Well, that’s what my perception of Egypt was when I was a little girl at least. Growing up in America I was drilled with the impression of Egypt being undernourished and unable to make groundbreaking discoveries. I was under the impression that Egyptians were no longer capable of being as smart as Americans were said to be....
The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt is one of the most famous man-made structures and up to this day, it is still shrouded in enormous mystery. This structure was built by the ancient Egyptians more than 2000 years before the birth of Christ and it is believed that it symbolizes their strong religious belief. Many archaeologists have studied the real purpose of building this structure and there are also engineers examined how it was built. The Great Pyramid of...
In Egypt cultural and heritage tourism remain special, some of the impressive cultural tourist attractions in Egypt are the Pyramids of Giza, which are among the seven wonders of the ancient world. It includes the Great Sphinx, Luxor Temple, etc. Throughout its history, Egypt has been known as a destination for tourists and travelers. In 2020, Egypt’s tourism revenue fell by about 70%, reducing the number of tourists to 3.5 million from 13.1 million in 2019. In order to develop...
The Earth ’s average temperature grew by around 1 degree Fahrenheit throughout the 20th century, according to NASA. The consequences of this minor temperature increase are diverse, from prolonged dry seasons and heat waves to more violent hurricanes. Rising sea levels, extreme weather, warming oceans and melting glaciers all have been significant signs that there’s something wrong happening with the world’s nature, which is climate change. In this article we tackle the causes of climate change that people blindly do...
Tourism in the Arab countries has become almost the sole economic and social mechanism to reduce rapid urbanization processes and to facilitate a decent standard of living in peripheral areas. In the Arab region, this is the case in Aqaba (Jordan), Sinai and the Red Sea (Egypt) (Mansfeld & Winckler, 2015). Unique sights and monuments, comfortable climate, all-inclusive hotels, diving, beaches – all of it and so much more makes Egypt a popular and very attractive tourist destination. However, in...