Great Pyramids Of Giza
The Great Pyramids of Giza remain a witness to the brilliant planning and engineering in ancient Egypt.
The Great Sphinx is one of the largest statues in the world.
Ancient Egypt’s Middle Kingdom witnessed a period of great prosperity. The Middle Kingdom comprises the 11th,12th, and 13th Dynasties.
Overlooking the Great Pyramids of Giza this year is the return of RiseUp Summit, bringing back its signature gathering of entrepreneurial spirit and ideas.
The Great Giza Pyramids’ area and the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat hosted a delegation of Egyptian, Greek and Cypriot youth, as part of the activities of the youth edition of the presidential initiative "Reviving the Roots NOSTOS".
Bańka was accompanied by Minister of Youth and Sports Ashraf Sobhy. They visited the Pyramid of Cheops from the inside, the Sphinx and the Panorama Area.
On May 8, CEO of the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board Ahmed Yousef received Gloria Walker and her family, who came from Philadelphia, USA, to fulfil the dream of her life, which is to visit Egypt and the Pyramids of Giza with her family.
The Great Pyramid in Giza and the Luxor Temple in the city of Luxor were among the 50 most beautiful buildings in the world, according to the photo report published by the English Daily Mail website.
Egyptologist and Director of the Museum of Antiquities of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Hussein Abdel-Basir commented on the findings of Egyptologist Chris Naunton.
The acclaimed archaeologist confirmed that all matters related to the science of mummification have been revealed, and there are no more secrets as claimed by many.
The ancient Egyptian civilization is full of secrets and mysteries, which attract researchers to conduct studies on the ancient Egyptian history.
Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass said that the money of the billionaire founder of Tesla Company, Elon Musk, did not make him famous, so he decided to announce that aliens came from space to build the Great Pyramids of Giza.
The British newspaper, Express, published a report about an American archaeologist that announced she had found two sites of undiscovered pyramids in Egypt, thanks to satellite images.
“Linking building the Great Pyramids to slavery is a comical thing to say,” replied Zahi Hawass to some English newspaper commentary.