Originally named Ficus tree, Egyptians were the first to call the tree “The Pasha’s beard,” because it resembled the long beard of Mohamed Ali Pasha.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on December 21.
In the following lines, ET sheds light on the most important world events that took place on October 11.
On September 6, many important events took place.
On August 23, many important events took place.
On July 15, many important events took place.
On May 30, many important events took place.
On May 24, many important events took place.
On May 20, many important events took place.
May 16, 1916, is an important date because of the Sykes-Picot Agreement and the disasters that resulted from it that resulted in the division of the Arab region into several countries.
On May 13, many important events took place.
On May 10, many important events took place.
London’s Sotheby's exhibited two pieces of linear sandstone tiles from India, probably Delhi, dating back to the 13th century, in an auction titled "Arts of the Islamic World & India, Including Fine Carpets."
Today marks the 221st anniversary of the signing of El-Arish Agreement between General Kleber and the Ottomans regarding the evacuation of the French from Egypt.
The Opera House, headed by Magdy Saber, concludes its Ramadan program with an evening for the Egyptian Moulouya band, led by vocalist/reciter Amer el-Touny.
Another call for changing street names in Egypt was raised, demanding to omit all the names of former Muslim Brotherhood leaders.
Turkey's Tayyip Erdogan will fulfil a long-held ambition on Monday when he is sworn in as president with sweeping new powers over the country.
Fire broke out on Tuesday in a residential building behind the Ottoman-era Sabil-Kuttab of Um Mohamed Ali al-Saghir.
Nikol Pashinyan on Tuesday said he was ready to lead the country after the shock resignation of Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian.
Cairo has omitted the name of Sultan Selim I from a Cairo street to distinguish between people who treasured Egypt and others who violated the country.