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Egyptian pyramids - one of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World and the only one survived - are the main tourist attraction. But Egypt offers far more. Ancient Greece and Rom Christianity and Islam left their traces.
View on Cairo from the citadel. On the left the
mosque Sultan Hassan, 14th c., on the right the
mosque Er Rifai, 20th c.
View of the sphinx, 26th c. BC.
One of the ancient tombs on the cemetery
in Cairo, 15th c.
Colossus of Memnon in Theben, 15th c. BC.
Temple in Luxor, the entrance guard statues of
Ramses II, 13th c. BC.
Hatshepsut-Temple in Theben belongs to the most
interesting in Egypt, 15th c. BC.
Temple in Abu Simbel is known for its
monumental statues of Ramses II.
Temple of Hathor in Abu Simbel.
The Consort of Ramses II, Nefertari,
is carved on the facade as a goddess.
Kiosk of Trajan on the isle Philae is a synthesis
of egyptian and antics stiles, 2nd c.
Nubian village on the bank of Nile.
Ruined fortress in Siwa Oases, 19th c.