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January 20, 2019

The Temple of Dush

Dush is an archeological site in El Kharga Oasis, in the Western Desert of Egypt. Dush was a religious, military and civilian complex that primarily Read More
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Archeological Museum in El-Kharga

Planed by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture, the Archeological Museum in El Kharga Oasis was built from local bricks. Echo the architectural style of the Read More
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Visiting El-Bagawat Necropolis

  The Necropolis of El-Bagawat lies behind the Temple of Hibis in El Kharga Oasis. Built of mud brick, the cemetery comprises more than 260 Read More
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Qasr El-Zayyan Temple

  Dedicated to the worship of god Amun, the Temple of Qasr El-Zayyan (Kasr El-Zayan) lies south of EI Ghawita Temple about 30 km to Read More
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Temple of Hibis

About 2 km from the city of EL-Kharga lies the well-preserved Temple of Hibis in an ancient city with the same name. It is by Read More
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EI-Ghawita Temple

Built between 250 and 80 BC, Qasr (Kasr) El-Ghawita (Ghweita) lies about 17 km south from the city of El Kharga. The ancient name of Read More
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Al Dier (El Munira Monastery)

  One of the most impressive in the North Kharga, the fortress of the village of El Munira (north of El Kharga Oasis) lies about Read More
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EI-Nadourah Fortress

El-Nadourah Fortress (Fort of Nadura) is an archeological site in Al Wadi Al Gadeed, just a little over a mile outside of the city of Read More
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Crystal Mountain

In the way between El Bahariya and El Farafra Oases in the New Valley Governorate in the Western Desert , stands the Crystal Mountain (or Read More
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Ethnographic Museum

In Al-Qasr, in the city of Mut, the capital of El-Dakhla Oasis, stands the Ethnographic Museum which features various handicrafts of the oasis such as Read More
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EI Muzawaka Tombs

  Discovered by Ahmed Fakhry, a famous Egyptian archeologist, in 1972, the Tombs of El-Mezauaka (Muzawaka) ─ which means ‘The Ornamented’ in English─ were so Read More
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Balat El-Faraoneya Tombs

In the east of El Dakhla Oasis lies the Village of Balat which was built during the Mamaluke and Turkish Eras. It comprises a large Read More
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Deir El-Hagar Temple

  Deir El-Hagar Temple lies about 20 km from Qarat El-Qasr, in El-Dakhla Oasis, in the Western Desert. The temple was dedicated to the Theban Read More
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Tourism in Deir Abu Matta

  The remains of the mud-brick Monastery of Abu Matta lie 2.1 miles northwest of Rashda (a village in Dakhla Oasis). It dates back to Read More
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Explore Magic Spring

  The “Magic Spring” in El Dakhla Oasis contains clean and good to drink. It was so named because big and small bubbles continuously come Read More
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Fish Pond

The large artificial ‘Fish Pond’ (also called the “Man-made Lake”) lies about 4 kilometers northwest of Mut, the capital town of El Dakhla Oasis. In Read More
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Mut al-Kharab Travel Information

  Remains of the village of Mut al-Kharab (Mut the Ruined) which lie southwest of Mut, the capital town of Dakhla Oasis date back to Read More
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Traveling to Village of Mut

  The village of Mut is an ancient settlement and the capital of El Dakhla Oasis. Interestingly, the village gained its name from the ancient Read More
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Places to visit in El-Qasr village

  El-Qasr is a small village in El-Dakhla Oasis. The village itself is an interesting place to visit since no big change has been made Read More
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Welcome to El-Qalamon Village

  When Egypt was under the Turkish rule, El Qalamon (Qalamoun) was the capital of El Dakhla Oasis where military forces were mobilized to maintain Read More
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