Magawish Tours as a huge distinguished foundation is not introducing itself here as a new tourist establishment or even evaluate its tourist activities, on the contrary, this great firm is matured enough, simply because it has played an outstanding part in the development, improvement and implementation of tourist business throughout Egypt as a unique destination on the map of the International tourist markets.
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Egypt has been an important destination for travelers for centuries, and the modern interest in Egyptology has spured that fascination into record numbers of visitors.
Egypt's main attractions include the Nile Valley, the Pyramids and Great Sphinx at Giza, the Abu Simbel temples south of Aswan and the Karnak Temple Complex and Valley of the Kings near Luxor. In Cairo, must stops include the Cairo Museum and the Mosque of Muhammad Ali Pasha.
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After being cooped up inside the house for a long, cold and damp winter, what is better than joining the kids in a fun-in-the-sun beach or ski resort vacation? Many places are just too hot in the summer to enjoy with young children, and spring is the best time to see them. Also, of course, there's nothing better than hitting the slopes for that last rush of pleasure before the summer sets in. Either way, you will have a great time
The Greek historian Herodotus called Egypt, "The Gift of the Nile," and along that life-giving river, the ancient Egyptians built their amazing civilization, one they ruled for three millennia.
Conquered by the Persians in 341 B.C., the Greeks and Romans followed, but it was the Arabs that introduced Islam and Arabic, and subsequently dominated this ancient land for many centuries.
In 1517 the Ottoman Turks invaded, and took control. Besides a brief French incursion (1798-1806), the Ottomans remained until the mid-19th century.
Following the completion of the Suez Canal in 1869, Egypt developed into a vital transportation hub, but fell heavily into debt. To protect its investments, Britain seized control in 1882.
Egypt then became a British protectorate in 1914, achieving partial independence in 1922, and full sovereignty in 1945.
A rapidly growing population, limited arable land, and on-going dependence on the Nile River, all continue to overtax resources.
The Egyptian government still struggles through economic reforms in the 21st century, and the pressing need for massive investment in communications and infrastructure.
Regardless, Egypt remains one of the favorite destinations of archaeologists, historians and tourists from around the world.
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Ancient Egyptian history is a long and complex one with more than 3,000 years of details. Throughout these 3,000 years, ancient Egyptians lived under about 30 dynasties, with each dynasty being based on the lineage of the kings/pharaohs. Throughout all these years, the “country” experienced many changes, some being very drastic. The land began as two (Upper & Lower Egypt), with King Menes uniting the two regions at around 3,500 B.C.E. From this point on, the pharaohs were referred to as the rulers of the Two Kingdoms. In art and on tombs, the pharaohs were now depicted with the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt combined to become one crown, known as the pschent.
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Cairo Short Break at Mena House Oberoi Hotel
Experience the unique Short Break Tour in Cairo where you will discover the Giza Pyramids, the Great Sphinx and the Valley Temple of Chefren. Then to the Egyptian Museum, enjoying the golden treasures of the king Tut among many other artifacts during your tours.