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Western Desert

xFish 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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xMut 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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xTraveling 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 Egyptian Read More
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xPlaces 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 to Read More
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xWelcome 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 security. Read More
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xDiscover the best time and places to visit Darb El Ghabbari

At the site of Darb El Ghabbari, there are sandstones rocks shopped in the forms of huge animals and birds. On these rocks were found Read More
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xBashandi Archeological Site

In El-Dakhla Oasis (in the Western Desert) lies the old colorful village of Bashendi where a number of monuments dating back to different eras was Read More
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xValley of the Golden Mummies

The Valley of the Golden Mummies is a Greco-Roman necropolis, located about 6 km from El-Bawiti, the capital of El Bahariya Oasis, in the Western Read More
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xTomb of Pedashtar

It is located in the necropolis of Qarat el-Subi, near the city of El Bawiti, in the Bahariya Oasis. Dating back to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty, Read More
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xTomb of Djedamun-Ef-Ankh`s Son

The tomb is located in the necropolis of Qarat Qasr Salim, near the city of El Bawiti, in El Bahariya Oasis. This lavish tomb belongs Read More
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xTomb of Djedamun-Ef-Ankh

It is located in the necropolis of Qarat (Karet) Qasr Salim, to the north of Ain el-Hubaga, near the town of El Bawiti, in El Read More
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xTomb of Djed-Khonsu Ef Ankh

The Bahariya Oasis flourished mostly in the Late and Roman Periods. The tomb is located in Karet es-Salim, near the cenotaph of Sheikh Soby, near Read More
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xVisiting Birds Necropolis

In extensive warrens of tunnels stretching far underground, the Birds Necropolis lies in Qarat El Farargi (the ‘Hill of the Chicken Merchant’), to the south Read More
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xTemple of Herishef (Hercules)

Near the town of El Bawiti, in El Bahariya Oasis, stood the Temple of Herishef (now completely ruined) which dates back to the Roman Period. Read More
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xTemple of Alexander the Great

The Temple of Alexander the Great is located in El Bahariya, about three miles east the old capital of El Qasr (Al Kasr). Built by Read More
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xTourism in El Qasr

  The most important sightseeing in the New Valley (Western Desert), El Qasr (Al Kasr) is a village that dates back to the Ayyubid Period. Read More
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xEl Bawiti Travel Guide

El Bawiti is the capital of the Oasis of Bahariya, in the governorate of Giza. In the vicinity of the town were found many archeological Read More
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