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Aswan Travel Guide

Aswan is the one of the major governorates in Upper Egypt and one of the prominent tourist attractions all over the world. It has a great history that dates back to the Pharaonic period when it was known as Swenet of “Trade”. It is bordered with the Red Sea Governorate from the east, New Valley from the west, Qena from the north, and Sudan from the south.The governorate covers about 34,608 km² and comprises by a number of small cities and localities including Daraw, Edfu, Nasr Elnoba, and Komombo. The government provides a wide range of facilities and services for the inhabitants of Aswan to make it one of the civilized cities in the world. So that there are numerous hospitals of highly qualified stuff and advanced technology, public and private schools, and universities for raising the rate of educated people. Aswan governorate can be reached easily by air since it has the International Airport of Aswan and Abu Simbel Airport.

 

Additionally, tourists who prefer beginning their journey from Cairo and then moving to Aswan can use train, bus or super jet for traveling to Aswan. The capital of the governorate is Aswan City that encloses a large number of tourist sights such as the Nubian Museum, Monastery of Anba Samaan, Nobles tombs and many other monuments that date to various eras.In addition to that there is a great number of hotels and apartments with all amenities and facilities for tourists in Aswan at good prices. All these factors make Aswan City and Aswan governorate as a whole one of the most visited places in Egypt for the full range of facilities presented for the tourist and the good weather.

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Aswan Travel Guide

Aswan is the one of the major governorates in Upper Egypt and one of the prominent tourist attractions all over the world. It has a great history that dates back to the Pharaonic period when it was known as Swenet of “Trade”. It is bordered with the Red Sea Governorate from the east, New Valley Read More
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Abu Simbel City

Abu Simbel is a small town located on the Western Bank of Lake Nasser, about 290 kilometers southwest of Aswan and only 50 kilometers away from the southern borders with Sudan. It has a small airport that serves the tourists visiting Ramses II and Nefertari Temples. The importance of the city is attributed to the Read More
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Draw

Draw is a beautiful town situated south of Kom Ombo, in the governorate of Aswan. The town is famous for its camel market, where more than 2,000 camels, brought from Sudan in caravans that cross the desert in a 40 day road trip, are sold and bought. Generally on Sundays, this market becomes very lively. Read More
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Edfu City

Edfu is the capital of a parish in the governorate of Aswan, the last of the Egyptian governorates before reaching the Sudanese borders. The city is located on the West Bank of the Nile River between Esna and Aswan. Edfu, or Behdet in the Ancient Egyptian language, is one of the oldest cities in the Read More
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El Sebaeya Gharb

El Sebaeya Gharb is one of the small cities of Aswan Governorate that locates on its northern boarders with Qena Governorate. It comprises of a number of smaller cities and is famous for extracting phosphate form mountains on the western bank of the Nile next to it. Related posts: Abu Simbel City Dekkah Temple Nefertari Read More
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Kom Ombo

The name of Kom Ombo comes from the Coptic word “Umbo” and the Ancient Egyptian “Nub” which means “Gold”. It is a small town and a capital of a parish serving the agricultural villages around it. In Ptolemaic and Roman times, Kom Ombo was a station for elephants caravan imported from Africa to be used Read More
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Nasr El Nuba

Nasr El Noba City is currently the capital of Kom ombo in Aswan Governorate. It locates eastward Kom Ombo locality and about 60km away from Aswan City. The city is renowned for the wide range of agricultural land that makes agriculture the main source of income for the city. The city encloses another smaller city Read More
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Amada Temple

Amada Temple is located about 180 kilometers south of Aswan and it is also one of the rescued temples from the waters of the Lake Nasser after the building of the High Dam. The building of the temple, dedicated to Amun-Re and Re-Horakhty, was begun by Thutmosis III and his son, Amenhotep II of the Read More
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Tombs of Mekhu and Sabni

Mekhu and Sabni were father and son, both were governors of Upper Egypt during the reign of Pepi II of the 6th Dynasty. The reliefs on the walls of the tombs tell the story of the killing of Mekhu while he was on an expedition in Nubia and the efforts of his son, Sabni, to Read More
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