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February 6, 2019

De Lesseps Museum

De Lesseps House (now De Lesseps Museum) dates back to the time of the digging of the Suez Canal in 1859. The museum houses a Read More
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Archeological Museum

The Archeological Museum is located in Salah Salem St in the city of Ismailiya. Its garden houses fragments of a stela established by Darius. This Read More
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Saint Francois de la Salle Catholic Church

The Catholic Church of St. Francois de la Salle is located on Orabi St., the other main street that ran parallel to Sultan Hussein St., Read More
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Unknown Soldier Memorial

On a high hill near Miriam Mountain (Gabal Mariam), the Unknown Soldier Memorial was erected in honor of the Egyptian soldiers who were victims of Read More
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Traveling to Tell El Maskhuta

Tell El Maskhuta (Tal El-Maskhouta) is a city in the eastern Delta located near Abu Sweir Village, about 15km west of the city of Ismaliya. Read More
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Tal Hassan Daoud

Dating back to pre-historic era, the important archeological site of Tall Hassan Dauod (Tel Hassen Dawoud) lies to the south of El-Ba’alwa El-Kobra village and Read More
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Tal El-Sheikh Selim and Om Bardi

The important archeological site of Tal El-Sheikh Selim (Sileem) and Om Bardi (Umm Birdy or Bardy) is located in the vicinity of El-Kilaniya Village and Read More
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Tal El-Ratabi

The important archeological site of Tal El-Ratabi (Rataby) lies near the village of Om Azam. It is thought that it was the place where Jacob, Read More
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Tal El Koa

The archeological site of Tal El Koa (Quwa, Quwah or Koua) is located about 10 km from the city of El-Qassasin El-Gedida, in the governorate Read More
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Tal El-Bahr

The archeological site of Tal El Bahr (‘Sea Mound’) is located 10 km from El-Tal El Kebir (Great Mound), on the road of Deir El Read More
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Tal Abu Nashaba and El-Hattab

ctiThe rich archeological site of Tal Abu Nashaba (Nasheba) and El-Hatab (Hattab) lies near the city of El-Qassasin. It was once located on the bank Read More
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Horus Military Road

Horus is a falcon-headed god, who represented the greatest cosmic powers for ancient Egyptians. Horus Military Route once extended from Rafah (in Sinai) until the Read More
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Discover El Tal El Kebir and El Tel El Soughayar

The site of El Tal El Kebir (The Great Mound) and El Tel El Soughayar (the Small Mound) is one of the most ancient archeological Read More
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Places to visit in Maadi

Maadi is one of the wealthy and least populated suburbs in Helwan Governorate in Egypt. It is distinguished by its marvelously decorated villas and apartments Read More
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Explore Japanese Garden

Extending parallel to the Nile, the beautiful Japanese Garden lies to the east of the Bath Establishment in Helwan District. It dates back to the Read More
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Visiting Wax Museum

Resembling that of Madame Tussauds in some aspects, the small Wax Museum at Helwan is located in the suburb of Helwan, south of Cairo, near Read More
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Helwan City Travel Guide

Helwan City is the capital of Helwan Governorate that locates about 25km away from Cairo. It is a city of a great history that traces Read More
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Tourism in Helwan Governorate

Helwan is one of the governorates of Egypt that was regarded as a part of Cairo Governorate till 2008. Nowadays it is a separate governorate Read More
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