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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Holidays To Egypt: Important Tourist Attractions 

Are you looking forward to enjoy your holidays to Egypt? If yes, you have made the correct decision! Egypt is a mysterious land of pharaohs, oases, and sands. It is one of the world's most visited nations, and visitors worldwide spend a lot of money, time, and effort to view at the Sphinx, the River Nile, the Great Pyramids, and other mysterious wonders.

Be sure to visit the following world-renowned sites when you take an excursion or vacation in this land of mysteries.

1. Pyramids of Giza
Nothing is grander and worthwhile in Egypt than seeing and visiting the Great Pyramids of Giza. Symbolizing Egypt and the last survivor of the original 7 Wonders of the World, the pyramids are ancient tombs and monuments of pharaohs in the past. Even today, it has been shrouded in mystery as to how exactly were they made.

2. Sphinx
The Great Sphinx is one of the most mysterious objects in Egypt, a huge statue of a cat with the face of a human. At present, archaeologists and historians are still puzzled as to what is its purpose and beginnings. Its mystery has made it the origin of the famous phrase "the riddle of the Sphinx."

3. Abu Simbel
These are two temples erected under the order of Ramses II to commemorate himself and Nefertari, his wife. The temples, which are carefully preserved, are considered to be some of the most elegant structures in Egypt.

4. Cairo
If you are planning to experience the culture of Egypt first hand, then you should visit Cairo, which is nothing less than the capital city of Egypt. Cairo is dotted with restaurants, bazaars, business establishments, and other places that will let you have a taste of Egyptian culture.

5. The Nile River
The Nile River is the lifeblood of the country. You can take a felucca and sail down the mighty river, savoring the sights of the city, sunset, palm trees, and the surrounding areas.

6. Biban El Moluk
Biban El Moluk, or the Valley of the Kings, is an important place for this is where Egypt's most respected rulers were buried. You can also see here hundreds of mummies!

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