The Telegraph says pyramids must be on everyone’s bucket list


Sat, 09 Sep 2017 - 12:40 GMT

Giza pyramids – CC via Wikimedia Commons/Tawakol54

Giza pyramids – CC via Wikimedia Commons/Tawakol54

CAIRO – 9 September 2017: British newspaper The Telegraph just announced Egypt as the 3rd top destination in Africa you must visit before you die. The report added that the pyramids are “the only remaining wonder of the ancient world” that stood the test of time.

Giza Pyramids – Ahmedalbadawy – Wikimedia commons

Egypt’s pyramids came in third place among twenty-three other African destinations, such as Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, Zambia’s safari and Tanzania’s



Pyramids - Eduard Spelterini - Wikimedia commons

The Telegraph reported that, for 3,800 years, the pyramids of Giza kept the title of the tallest structures in the world.

It added that sub-Saharan Africa is expected to receive 18.6 million tourists from all around the world this year, after the increase in numbers of visitors to South Africa, Nigeria, Mozambique, Cameron and Tanzania.

Still, the newspaper considered this a small number for a continent as large as Africa, especially considering that a city such as Venice in Italy alone is visited by around 25 million tourists every year.



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