Egypt

Egypt: Two pyramids opened to visitors

Egypt, whose tourism industry has taken a beating since its 2011 revolution and worries about terrorism, hopes to draw new visitors to two pyramids opened to visitors for the first time in over fifty years. The two pyramids are in the Dahshur Unesco World Heritage Area, 25 miles south of Cairo, and may be the husband-and-wife tombs of a Pharaoh Snefru and his wife Hetepheres. Snefru's is called the 'bent pyramid' because of changes in the angle of its slope between top and bottom. Two rooms...

PortMoresby In Egypt

January 27, 2018: The Pyramids February 3, 2018: Islamic Cairo February 10, 2018: Three Houses February 17, 2018: The Egyptian Museum February 24, 2018: Around Luxor March 3, 2018: Luxor & Karnak March 10, 2018: Luxor West Bank March 17, 2018: Howard Carter's House March 24, 2018: Up the Nile March 31, 2018: Philae Island April 7, 2018: Around Aswan April 14, 2018: The Sudan April 21, 2018: On a Felucca April 28, 2018: An Unlikely Story May 5, 2018: Sleeping

Post
×
×
×
×