Exhibition of world’s oldest alphabet launches at Egyptian Museum | Egypt Independent

An exhibition entitled “Sinai…Birthplace of the Alphabet” was launched at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square on Monday.The exhibition displays 40 artifacts of carved inscriptions symbolizing the names of various ancient Egyptian gods, such as Hathor and Betah.Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anany, who opened the exhibition, said that

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Mersa Gawasis – (Ancient Egyptian Saww) – Hurghada Journal

Mersa Gawasis is a small Egyptian harbor on the Red Sea and a former Egyptian port city. The harbor lies at the mouth of Wadi Gawasis,25 km north is the city of Safaga and 50 km south al-Qusair. The place was apparently used as a port in the reigns of Senusret I to Amenemhat IV … Continue reading Mersa Gawasis – (Ancient Egyptian Saww)

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Sunken City in Sahl Hasheesh – Hurghada Journal

When on holiday with your friends or family in Sahl Hasheesh, you simply can’t fight the temptation of sneaking a peek at the legendary Sunken City, a few metres away from the shore. This maze of underwater temple-like structures and columns attracts a large number of colourful underwater species which are great to watch as … Continue reading Sunken City in Sahl Hasheesh

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