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Minya

xMonastery of Abu Fana

Nearby Ashmunein District stands the Coptic Orthodox Monastery of Abu Fana. Its name comes from the Coptic hermit, Abu Fana who lived in the 4th Read More
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xLimestone Quarries

  The area of Deir El Bersha was one of the main sources for limestone used for constructing the huge Pharaonic Temples and sculpturing magnificent Read More
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xTomb of Khnemhotep II

  Khnemhotep II was the governor of Egypt after Amenemhat I in the Middle Kingdom. He was given many titles reflecting his supreme power such Read More
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xTomb of Khety

Khety was the son of Paqet III and the governor of the 11th Dynasty. Besides the funeral and offerings scenes, there are numerous interesting scenes Read More
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xTomb of Baqet III

Baqet III was a local governor of Menat-Khufu or Menia Governorate currently during the Eleventh Dynasty and he was successes by his son Khety I. Read More
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xTomb of Amenemhat

Amenemhet (or Ameni) was a monarch under Sesostris I of the Twelfth Dynasty who became the first king at that dynasty. He made the city Read More
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xTemple of Hatshepsut in Istabl Antar

Dating back to the Middle Kingdom, the Temple of Hatshepsut is a rock shrine cut in the cliffs and located about 3 kilometers far from Read More
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xOpen Air Museum

A small open air museum in Hermopolis Magna occupies the site of the old archeological mission house. In the museum, blocks and massive statues are Read More
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xThe Great Temple of Thoth

The Great Temple of Thoth is completely destroyed as it was used during centuries as a quarry for later buildings. From the Middle kingdom, one Read More
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xThe Ruins of Hermopolis Magna

In the rich archeological site of Hermopolis Magna, buildings and houses dating back to the Pharaonic, Greek and Roman Eras can be identified. As for Read More
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xVisiting Tuna El-Gabal

Tuna El-Gabal is a village and archeological site near the city of Mallawi, in El Menia Governorate in Upper Egypt. It was the necropolis of Read More
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xPlaces to visit in Tel El Amarna

Akhetatun (Tel El Amarna currently) is an archeological site stretching on the east bank of the Nile, in El Menia Governorate. It is located about Read More
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xZawyet El-Maiyitin

The archeological site of the cemetery of Zawyet El Maiyitin or Zawyet El Amwat lies on the east bank of the Nile about 7km southward Read More
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xEl Lamati Mosque

El Lamati Mosque is one of the major Islamic monuments in El Menia city currently. it was established in 1155 during the Fatimid Rule in Read More
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xEl Amrawi Mosque

El Amrawi Mosque is one of the major Islamic monuments in El Menia City that dates back to the 7th century. It is called after Read More
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xAlabaster Quarries of Hatnub

Alabaster Quarries of Hatnub are located about 65 kilometers to the south of the city of Menia and few meters away from Tel El Amarna Read More
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