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.
The General Authority for Cultural Palaces continues to present the activities of the “People of Egypt” project for children (Cultural integration) for the third day in a row for the children of Aswan and Cairo.
The touristic marketing plan originated new tourism programs including archaeological buildings in Cairo.
The official Facebook page of the Royal Jewelry Museum asks royal jewelry lovers to choose the piece of jewelry they prefer the most on a monthly basis.
Cairo governorate is expected to develop and renovate several historical areas and buildings in the capital
Celebrating its 110th anniversary this year, the stately Semiramis Intercontinental Hotel is a living legend on the Nile