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Visiting Egypt. Маркелова Т. 9а

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  • 1. Visiting Egypt Presentation by Markelova Tanya
  • 2. Are you bored with the monotony of rest? You should definitely want to try something new! If you like to sunbathe and swim, if you are looking for extreme sensations and, if you're looking to get acquainted with the new civilization, a new culture, this country is for you! Probably, there is no other country where there is so bizarre combination of modern and ancient traditions. The country of pyramids, sphinxes and Pharaonic temples will leave an unforgettable impression in your memory. A magnificent Red Sea with the new underwater world for you, with all its diversity seduce you at a glance. Did you guessed what is it? That's right, it's Egypt.
  • 3. Egypt joins the north-east or Africa and the southwest of Asia. Deserts cover 90% of the land and extend from the Atlantic coast in the west to the east of Central Asia. There live less than 1% of the population, oases, on the contrary, quite densely populated. Red Sea joins the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean. There is a warm clear water and only a few meters away from the coast is surprisingly colorful underwater world.
  • 4. Red Sea With only a mask, tubes and fins you can enjoy the exceptional diversity of life in coastal waters. When you are swimming, trying not to touch anything, because most of the fish are toxic. We also suggest you use a plastic shoes, which can be bought in local shops. If you love diving, Sharm el-Sheikh is for you. It is a haven for divers. This is the most fantastic underwater world around Egypt.
  • 5. Sharm el-Sheikh
  • 6. And, if you are more interested in culture and the country's history, visit Cairo - the capital of Egypt and one of the oldest cities on Earth. Cairo surprises all the travelers with its diversity. It`s a city in which intertwined the ancient Egyptian civilization and Islam, where the palaces coexist with squalid shacks. Here you can see the Pyramids and the Sphinx, only one of the wonders of the world that has survived to this day, the National Museum, the famous golden mask of Tutankhamun and his mummy.
  • 7. Cairo
  • 8. Luxor Luxor - a town in Upper Egypt, on the east bank of the Nile. In Luxor and around the city are some of the most important archaeological sites of Egypt. Tourism plays an important role, because of the significance archaeological sites in the city. Places to visit The famous Luxor temple, which was erected in honor of the god Amun in the reign of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. One of the two granite obelisks (when facing the temple, then the right) that adorned the entrance to the temple is now on the Place de la Concorde in Paris. It was a present from Frantsii in early 1830s on behalf of the Egyptian viceroy for the fact that a French citizen decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics. Next to the statues of Ramses II is a small white mosque that houses the remains of Abu al-Haggag. On the day of his memory carries a huge procession to the city bybarge, as the ancient Egyptians drove the barge of Amon.
  • 9. Luxor
  • 10. Jordan Today, about half a million tourists come to Jordan every year to look at Petra, the structure of which testify to its glorious past. When tourists pass on the cool canyon Sic a kilometer long, the corner opens his treasure - a majestic building with a facade carved out of a huge rock. This is one of the best preserved buildings of the first century. The building is crowned by a huge stone urn that supposedly kept the gold and precious stones hence the name "Treasury." Canyon is growing, and tourists get a natural amphitheater in the sandstone walls of which many of the caves. But the main thing that catches your eye - it's carved into the rock tombs. Colonnade and amphitheater indicate the presence of the Romans in the first and second centuries. The Bedouin offer tourists a ride on the tired camel, selling souvenirs and watered their herds of goats from urban sources, whose waters quench the thirst of people and animals.
  • 11. A little more of Egypt ...
  • 12. Welcome to Egypt!
  • 13. The trek costs € 1,000 and that includes all flights and accommodation For more information, call (202)3748 93 53 Sincerely, TEZ Tour