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    • Egypt
      By: Megan Chapman
    • Facts
      The Nile River is located in Egypt
      The pyramids are also located in Egypt
      Egypt’s average temperature is 80-90 degrees
      The capital of Egypt is Cairo
      Population: 77,505,756
    • Facts continue…
      Egypt is located in east corner of Africa
      The average language is Arabic
      Area: 386,662 sq mile
      Egypt had gods and goddesses
    • Famous people
      King Tutankhamen
      King Akhenaton
      King Thutmose III
      Queen Cleopatra Vll
      Alexander the Great
    • History
      Two kingdoms ruled the two villages
    • Sports
      Football ( soccer )
    • Foods
      The poor eat bread and broad beans
      It is hard to get food in some places
      Other people eat fish from the Nile River
      They drink sweet coffee and tea
    • Government
      The government has three branches
      The executive, legislative, judicial, branch
      They have a president
      He or she can serve for six years
    • Mummies
      People in the 15 hundreds made mummies in Egypt
      They only did for the kings and queens
      They put them into tombs
      Tombs are like coffins but these are gold
    • Famous landmarks
      The ancient pyramids
      The Nile River and Suez Canal
    • Culture
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