Treasures of Egypt

Egypt - a country in which you can not just dive into grand millennial history and mystery, but also get a lot of wonderful impressions of an unforgettable holiday. How? Each defines for itself. After all, Egypt is rich not only in their sights and antiquities. Tourists can choose from a large abundance of entertainment. Beach vacation, scuba diving, go-karting, horse riding and camel riding, jeep tours in the desert, visiting museums, golf course, the famous Egyptian shopping, restaurants, water rides. All this can be found in this ancient country. Like the Seven Wonders of Egypt: the Nile, Red Sea, the Pyramids of Giza, Luxor, the temples at Abu Simbel, the ancient culture of the Pharaohs and the Bedouins.

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Tourists visiting the columns decorated with hieroglyphics, the Karnak Temple in Luxor. Few sights can compare with the Egyptian Karnak complex in the grandeur of the columns, obelisks, stelae, and decorated with stones. (Khaled Desouki / AFP - Getty Images)

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Giza Sphinx - a huge figure of the creature with the body of a lion and a human head is located on the west bank of the Nile near Cairo. The picture in the background, we see a pyramid of Khufu. The Great Sphinx - is the largest stone statue on the ground. It is believed that it was created by the ancient Egyptians in the third millennium BC, roughly between 2520 and 2494's. BC (Cris Bouroncle / AFP - Getty Images)

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Attraction of Cairo - the ensemble of the mosque-madrasa of Sultan Hasan. The mosque was built between 1356 and 1363's. BC during the reign of the Mamluks. It is believed that the stones for its construction were taken from one of the great pyramids of Giza. (Marco Di Lauro / Getty Images)

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Muhammad Ali Mosque is located in the citadel of Cairo and was built by his order between 1830 and 1848. This is a Turkish mosque became the largest mosque built in the first mid-19th century. It was erected in honor of Tuzuna, son of Mohammed, who died in 1816. (Gardel Bertrand / Hemis.fr)

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The Egyptian Museum, located in Cairo, which gathered the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities. (Gardel Bertrand / Hemis.fr)

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Golfer plays on the field for the game of golf at the hotel "Oberoi House", which last week brought new acrylic tub , overlooking the pyramid of Giza. (Gardel Bertrand / Hemis.fr)

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Khan el-Khalili is the largest shopping area in Cairo. (Gardel Bertrand / Hemis.fr)

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Meidum Pyramid is located on the edge of the desert 70 kilometers south of Cairo and is the first Egyptian pyramid with the above-ground burial. The ancient Egyptians believed that the higher the buried person, the closer it will be to the God of the Sun. The foot of the huge structure covered with crumbling stones. (Cris Bouroncle / AFP - Getty Images)

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Fortress of Kite Bay buildings of the 15th century is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea at Alexandria. (Gardel Bertrand / Hemis.fr)

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The famous Alexandria Library science - top beauty and splendor. However on some floors are currently underway finishing work . (Gardel Bertrand / Hemis.fr)

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Steamer "Sudan" makes flights on the Nile River in the direction of the Egyptian city of Aswan. (Bertrand Rieger / Hemis.fr)

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Hotel "The Old Cataract" (Old threshold) in the city of Aswan is situated on a hill, so the windows overlooking the River Nile. (Bertrand Rieger / Hemis.fr)

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The Temple of Horus in Edhu second largest temple in Egypt after Karnak temple, and one of the best preserved. This temple dedicated to Horus - the god with the head of a falcon. (Rieger Bertrand / Hemis.fr)

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Tourists on horses and camels, visiting the historical monument - the Pyramids of Giza, located near Cairo. The pyramids are the only one of the ancient seven wonders of the world that has survived to this day. In addition, they are included in the list of new seven wonders of the world, drawn up in 2008. (Muhammed Muheisen / AP)

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The walls of Karnak Temple in Luxor decorated with images of the Pharaohs. For 40 years, the temple complex has been studied and restored the Franco-Egyptian team of archaeologists. (Khaled Desouki / AFP - Getty Images)

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Tourists visit the Colossi of Memnon - two huge stone statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. The twin statues are located in the necropolis of Thebes on the opposite bank of the Nile from Luxor. (Khaled Desouki / AFP - Getty Images)

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The Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, located in Luxor, built of limestone. It was the 5th Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty of ancient Egypt and the rules more than any other woman of Egyptian dynasties. (Bertrand Rieger / Hemis.fr)

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Temple of Abu Simbel was erected 20 years, from 1244 to 1224 years. BC Temple made by the UNESCO World Heritage List, is part of the Monuments of Nubia, which run from Abu Simbel to fillet (near Aswan). (Khaled Desouki / AFP - Getty Images)

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According to UNESCO, St. Catherine's Monastery is the oldest active Christian monastery in the world. (Anita Dunham-Potter/Tripso)

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Tourist climbed on a huge limestone rock, formed as a result of sandstorms in the white desert, Egypt. (Bertrand Rieger / Hemis.fr)

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Camels on the Red Sea on the beach in Dahab Canyon. Camel Safari - one of the top attractions in South Sinai. (Bertrand Gardel / Hemis.fr)

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The Red Sea is home to over a thousand species of invertebrates and 200 different species of corals, in addition, it is the northernmost tropical sea. The Red Sea - a popular place for divers and swimmers snorkeling. (Chicurel Arnaud / Hemis.fr)

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Tourists relax on the terrace outside the King of the Kingdom of Bahrain (King of Barhein Kingdom street). It is considered a main street in Sharm el-Sheikh. (Eric Feferberg / AFP - Getty Images)

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The man admires the views of the volcanic peaks of the Black Desert. (Rieger Bertrand / Hemis.fr)