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First , We will go on a trip to the three Pyramids of Egypt , It is an archaeological site on the Giza plateau in Greater Cairo in Egypt. The complex includes the Great Pyramid, the Pyramid of Khafre and the Pyramid of Menkaure, along with their associated pyramid complexes and the Sphinx. These pyramids were all built during the Fourth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom of ancient Egypt between 2600 and 2500 BC. The site also includes several tombs and the remains of a workers' village.
Second we arrive to the pyramid of Saqqara It is an archaeological landmark in the Saqqara Necropolis, northwest of the ancient city of Memphis in Egypt. It was built during the 27th century BC to bury the pharaoh Djoser; It was built by his vizier Imhotep , The first Egyptian pyramid consisted of six terraces built on top of each other, something that represented a huge development in the design of tombs in that era, which was content with one mastaba.
First , We will go on a trip to the Civilization Museum The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization is a museum located in the city of Fustat, Cairo, on an area of 33.5 acres. The museum accommodates fifty thousand artifacts that tell the stages of the development of the Egyptian civilization, in addition to a display of the achievements of the Egyptian man in various fields of life from the dawn of history to the present time. and modern times. The site of the museum overlooks a natural lake, Ain Al-Sira Lake.
Second , we arrive to the Egyptian Museum One of the largest and most famous international museums, located in the heart of the Egyptian capital "Cairo" on the northern side of Tahrir Square. Its establishment dates back to 1835 and its location at the time was in Azbakeya Park, where at the time it included a large number of various antiquities , The Egyptian Museum is considered one of the first museums in the world that was established to be a public museum, unlike the museums that preceded it. The museum includes more than 180,000 artifacts, the most important of which are the archaeological collections found in the tombs of kings and the royal entourage of the middle family in Dahshur in 1894, and the museum now houses the largest collection Archaeological sites in the world express all phases of ancient Egyptian history.
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An Arabian country located in the northeastern corner of the continent of Africa, and has an Asian extension, where the Sinai Peninsula is located within the continent of Asia, it is a transcontinental country , The area of the Arab Republic of Egypt is about 1,002,000 square kilometres. The inhabited area is 78,990 km2, or 7.8% of the total area , Cairo is the capital of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the largest and most important city ever. It is the largest Arab city in terms of population and area, and ranks second in Africa and seventeenth in the world in terms of population , The city of Cairo is one of the most culturally diverse cities, as it witnessed many different historical eras throughout the ages, and there are many ancient and modern monuments, and it has become an open museum that includes Pharaonic, Greek, Roman, Coptic and Islamic antiquities.
Cairo is a vibrant and walkable city...and with so many charming cafés there are plenty of opportunities to stop and enjoy local food and drink.
The city has become very popular due to its architectural renaissance, historical sites, great food and plenty of public transportation options to help you get around when your legs are tired of walking.
Cairo's climate is characterized by moderation most days of the year. The daily average temperature during the summer ranges between 22°C and 34°C, while the daily average during the winter season ranges between 18°C and 9°C. It can be considered that there are two seasons during the year, a hot summer from May to October, and a mild winter from November to April. Cairo’s climate is also characterized by being very dry, and rain falls in low intensity during the winter, and humidity levels are high during the summer.