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Qena

xTravel information about Qena Governorate

Qena is a governorate in Upper Egypt bordered with Aswan Governorate from the south, Red Sea from the east, the New Valley from the west Read More
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xExplore Esna Barrages

  In Esna, Nile cruises and cargo ships have to cross two barrages. The old one, built by the British in 1906, is now obsolete, Read More
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xEverything You Need to Know About Qus

Qus is one of the administrative centers in Qena Governorate that was known in eras as Ancient Apollinopolis Parv. It encloses some remains of Harwer Read More
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xVisiting Qeft

Qeft, or ‘Gebtu’ or ‘Coptos’ in Ancient Egypt, is a small town in Qena Governorate. It lies at the mouth of the Wadi Hammamat, one Read More
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xPlaces to visit in Naqada

In Qena Governorate, on the west bank of the Nile, lies the town of Naqada which was known in Ancient Egypt as Nubt and in Read More
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xThings to do in Nag Hammadi

  Naga Hammadi is a major city in Qena Governorate that locates about 80 km away from Luxor in Upper Egypt. The historical importance of Read More
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xEverything You Need to Know About Medamud

Medamud is one of the cities and archaeological sites located 10 km north-east of Luxor, in Qena Governorate. In ancient texts, the city was known Read More
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xTraveling to Kom El Ahmar

Kom El Ahmar is a village and an archeological site in South Egypt, about 90km southward Luxor. The Ancient Egyptian name of the village was Read More
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xTourism in Farshout

Farshout is a town and a parish in Qena Governorate in Upper Egypt. It comprises a large number of cities and towns and a wide Read More
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xVisiting El Waqf

El Waqf is one of the cities of Qena Governorate that locates inbetween Naga Hamadi and Qena City and covers about 60km. For a long Read More
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xEl Tod Travel Information

El Tod is one of the archaeological sites in Qena Governorate On the eastern bank of the Nile to the south of Armant. It is Read More
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xTourism in El Kab

  On the east bank of the Nile River lies El Kab, an archaeological site situated 90 km to the south of Luxor and 32 Read More
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xTraveling to Dendera

  In the Pharaonic Era, Dendera (Ancient Egyptian: Tantere) was the capital of Egypt’s sixth Nome. Today, Dendera is a small town in Upper Egypt, Read More
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xWelcome to Armant

  To the southwest of Luxor, about 12 km, lies the city of Armant. Its name was derived from the ancient Egyptian names ‘Pr-Mntw’ and Read More
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xTourism in Abu Tesht

  Abu Tesht is one of the administrative centers in Qena Governorate that marks its borders with Sohag Governorate. It a place of a great Read More
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