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Proto Marina in Egypt

Porto Marina Resort is the first project on the Egyptian North Coast overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It features the first International Yacht Marina on the eastern part of North Africa. The 500-berth options (up to 100 meters) marina is operated under the supervision of the reputable British Camper & Nicholsons Marina Ltd.Directly adjacent to the marina is the Porto Marina Resort, Hotel, Spa Complex, The Venice Canal Mall, and The Porto Marina Residence & Golf.

Philae Island

The island of Philae, is an island in the middle of the River Nile, one of the forts strongest along the border of southern Egypt, and separating the Nile to the two channels Maackstan in Aswan, the Temple of Philae and moved from its original location on the island of Philae was assembled on the island of Ojeljka, in the wake of the High Dam .

sunken monuments in Alexandria
Since time immemorial Cleopatra's palace sank in the Mediterranean, but visitors to the city of Alexandria will be finally able to see the remains of the palace through an underwater museum for the first time in the world.

The Pharaonic Village

 The Pharaonic Village was founded by Dr. Hassan Ragab Ph.D., who was the person who rediscovered the ancient Egyptian art of paper – making (Papyrus).

Al Wadi al Jadid(New valley)

Is New Valley in the south-west Egypt Western desert and is bordered to the east provinces of Minya, Assiut, Sohag, Qena and Aswan, and on the west border with Libya and North provinces of Matrouh, Bahariya Oasis in the province of the sixth of October and from the south border with Sudan.

Cairo Opera House
Cairo Opera House, or the National Cultural Center opened in 1988 and located in the new Mbenha Chdi which was donated by the Japanese government for their Egyptian counterparts in Cairo, the land of the island has built a house on the Islamic model.

Natural reserves in Egypt
And characterized the environment in these areas of the capabilities and particular talents beyond the scenic beauty of the sea, the mountains and desert, is due to eco-tourism will witness the birth of the project to divert the Red Sea to the nature reserve Bssahelh long, which extends for more than a thousand kilometers will be the second largest marine reserve in the world has became the establishment of nature reserves and international demand for the protection of these areas of natural importance in maintaining the natural biodiversity of that diversity that keeps the continuity of life on Earth.

Queen Nefertiti

Nefertiti - Egyptian Museum Berlin
Queen Nefertiti, whose name means "beautiful come" is the wife of King Omnhuteb IV (who later became Akhenaten) Eighteenth Dynasty Pharaoh, the famous and the protectors of Tutankhamun.

Qaitbay Castle

Established the fortress of Sultan Malik al-Ashraf Abu Al-Nasr Bey Mahmoudi year 882 AH / 1477 Place of Mannar Alexandria old at the eastern end of the island of Pharos, and this was Al-Manar had been destroyed after an earthquake in 702 AH the days of King al-Nasir Muhammad, which is restored by it destroyed after that After several years until all its parts were destroyed years 777 AH / 1375 AD.

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Yusuf Idris

His life
Youssef Idris was born in May 18, 1927 and his father was a specialist in land reclamation and so it was heavily influenced by the movement of his father and lived away from the city has sent his oldest son (Joseph) to live with his grandmother in the village.

Citadel of Salah al-Din

Citadel of Saladin in Cairo, Egypt. Built by Saladin in the period 1176 until 1183, using prisoners of Norman. He said to Muhammad Ali mosque. Was the seat of power in Egypt since the days of Saladin (1183) until the transfer of Khedive Ismail, the seat of government to Abdeen Palace, which was built for this purpose in the contract of 1860. Citadel of Salah al-Din is located in the neighborhood of the castle - the successor - has been erected on one of the hills are separated from the cliffs on the outskirts of Cairo.

Writer Naguib Mahfouz

Naguib Mahfouz (Cairo, December 11, 1911), Egyptian novelist and Nobel Jayzh discernible in the literature in 1988. His father was a state employee named Abdul Aziz Ibrahim Ahmed Basha

The life of the late Taha Hussein

 Born on November 14, 1889 and lived in an area called Manor kilo, 10 kilo meters from the province of enamel Upper Egypt and lost his sight at the age of 3 years because of conjunctivitis in the eye Faljh barber wrongly claimed his eyes are all lost his sight because of ignorance, backwardness and perhaps that disability springboard for the birth of man not forgotten history and the world