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Faiyum Oasis

x The Hanging Mosque

The Hanging Mosque in El Fayoum was so named because Prince Suliman Ben Hatem (also known as Soliman Ibn Mouhamed), Governor of Fayoum, built it Read More
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x Springs of Ain EI-Sileyin

The natural Springs of Ain EI-Sileyin (Ayn of Silieen or Ein EI Saileen) are nestled in the heart of the Fayoum Delta, 8 km far Read More
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x Explore Sawaqui El Hadir

The Sawaqui (or waterwheels) were first introduced to El Fayaoum by the Ptolemies (305-30 BC) to serve their planting plans in Egypt. They were used Read More
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x Ruins of Madinet Demyet El Sebaa

The archeological site of the ancient Greek village of Madinet Demyet El Sebaa (Dimiat El Sabaa) is situated 3 kilometers far from Lake Qaroun. It Read More
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x Ruins of Dimai

The archeological site of the ruins of Dimai is situated about 8 kilometers south of Qasr el-Sagha and 45 kilometers from Kom Oshim, in El-Fayoum Read More
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x Qaitbay Mosque

Ashraf Qaitbay was a Mameluke Sultan of Egypt in the 15th century. He was widely famous for his construction plans all over the country. He Read More
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x Obelisk of Senusert I

The red granite Obelisk of Senusert I measures 20.4m / 67ft tall obelisk with a round top. It was erected by Senusret I, the second Read More
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x Minaret and Dome of Sheikh Ali EI-Rouby

This Islamic monument is located in Al Sufi Street, in the city of Fayoum. The Minaret and Dome of Sheikh Ali EI-Rouby (El Roubi) were Read More
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x Biamhu

Biamhu is an archeological site situated 7 km north of Fayoum. It includes the remains of two huge bases of limestone: each once served as Read More
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xThe Roman Fortress

The Roman Fortress is located to the west of the Temple of Qasr Qaron (Qaroun). It measured about 90 by 80 meters and had square Read More
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xThe Temple of Qasr Qaroun

The Temple of Qasr Qaroun (Qarun) lies at the far western end of Lake Qaroun. The main temple which was dedicated to Sobek-Ra dates back Read More
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xTemple of Madinet Maadi

The Middle Kingdom temple at the site was dedicated to Isis of Hermonthis, Sobek and his wife, goddess Renenutet, by Amenemhet III. Later within the Read More
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xKaranis Museum

Kom Ushim (Karanis) Museum is located 30 Km north of the city of El-Fayoum. It provides the visitor with a glimpse into the everyday Greco-Roman Read More
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x Tomb of Neferu-Ptah

In 1956, the Egyptian Antiquities Service started digging in the area south-east of the Pyramid of Amenemhat III where the Tomb of Princess Neferu-Ptah (Neferuptah) Read More
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xThe Labyrinth

To the south of the Pyramid of Amem-Em-Hat III lies the Labyrinth which was so named by the Greek historian ‘Herodotus’ after the famous Labyrinth Read More
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xPyramid of Amenemhat III

Amenemhet III, the last powerful king of the Twelfth Dynasty, built two pyramids: the Black Pyramid in Dahshur and later the Pyramid of Hawara. Thus, Read More
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x The Workers Village

Petrie discovered the village nearby El-Lahun Pyramid, of Senusert II of the Middle Kingdom. The village’s ancient name was ‘Kahun’. Surrounded by walls, the village Read More
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xEl Lahun Barrages

King Amenemhat III (of the Twelfth Dynasty) had much of his efforts directed to the development of investment and progress. He focused in utilizing all Read More
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x Pyramid of Senusert II at El Lahun

Once covered by a layer of limestone, the Pyramid of El Lahun (known as the Pyramid of Senusert II) was the first large mud-brick pyramid. Read More
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xSeila Step Pyramid

The small Step Pyramid of Seila is located a little to the south of Kom el-Hammam, opposite to the village of Robeyat, in the eastern Read More
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