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January 8, 2019

x 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 Read More
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x Tomb of Herkhuf

  Herkhuf was an Overseer of the troops and campaign commander in Upper Egypt during the reigns of Pepy I, Merenre and Pepy II in Read More
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x Sarenput II Tomb

  Sarenput II was the Overseer of the Priests of Khnum and Commander of the Garrison at Elephantine during the reign of Amenemhet II from Read More
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x Nobles Tombs in Aswan

  The City of Aswan lies on the east bank of the River while on the west bank, the desert almost touches the river interrupted Read More
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x Fatimid Cemetery in Aswan

  On the road to the airport and Philae Island, and in front of the Nubian Museum, the tourist can see the Fatimid cemetery, which Read More
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x Agha Khan Mausoleum

  Agha Khan Mausoleum lies on a hill on the West Bank of the Nile, at Aswan. Here, Agha Khan III (1877-1957), the 48th Imam Read More
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x The Unfinished Obelisk and the Granite Quarries

  The Ancient Egyptians used to extract the granite used in the noble parts of their constructions (pyramids, sanctuaries, altars, statues, etc) from Aswan quarries. Read More
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x Aswan Dam (The High Dam)

  Because of the saturation of the Old Dam, which was raised two times after its inauguration, it was decided to build a new dam Read More
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x Selesela Quarries and Chapel

  It lies sixty-two kilometers to the north of Aswan and it is one of the best well preserved stone quarries of the Pharaonic Era. Read More
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x Philae Temple in Aswan

  The original site of the temple is the Island of Philae which disappeared under the waters of the middle lake between the Old Dam Read More
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x Nubia Museum

  The Nubia Museum was designed by the Egyptian architect Mahmoud al-Hakim and the Mexican architect Pedro Vasquez Ramirez who designed the museum’s interior display. Read More
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x The Nilometer at Elephantine Island

  The Nilometer at Elephantine Island, in Aswan was used since the Pharaonic Era to measure the water level of the Nile, up to the Read More
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x Monastery of Anba Samaan

  The Monastery is located behind a hill, in the West Bank of Aswan, in front of Elephantine Island. It is usually visited by tourists Read More
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x Kertassi Temple

  Kertassi Temple is located to the south of Kalabsha Temple near Aswan . It was dedicated to Hathor and Isis and it is one Read More
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x Kalabsha Temple at Aswan

  The monuments of the old Talmis, which was the name of the original site of Kalabsha now disappeared under the waters of Nasser Lake, Read More
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x Hotel & Palace Old Cataract in Aswan

  Perhaps one of the most enduring images of Egypt is the Nile flowing by the veranda of the Old Cataract Hotel. The palace was Read More
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x Elephantine Island in Aswan

  It is the largest island in Aswan. Since the Old Kingdom, the island has been considered a sacred place where god Khnum, who was Read More
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x The Botanic Garden (Kitchener`s Island)

  The island was given to Lord Kitchener as a gratitude for his services in the Sudan Campaign (1896-1898). Kitchener transformed the small island into Read More
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x Beit El-waly Temple

  Outside the city, just south of Aswan High Dam and very close to the Kalabsha Temple, Beit (Beyt) el-Waly is found. This is not Read More
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x Aswan Dam (The Old Dam)

  Aswan Dam, or the Old Dam, was built during the British Occupation. Works began in 1889 and finished in December 1902. The dam is Read More
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