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Pharaonic Cairo

By Edited Dec 20, 2013 0 0

Egypt has always been the home country for Pharaohs. It was the place where they lived, the water they drank from, the food they ate and the History and ancient world they built. Memphis at that time was the capital city, however most of the monuments and ancient fortunes were built in Cairo and are still found there till the present time. Pharaoh life was a hardworking, organized and successful life. The most successful and famous are of course the great Pyramids of Giza, actually the Giza plateau including the giant statue of Sphinx. A detailed journey into Cairo's Pharaonic life will open your eyes into the ancient life and how hard working, creative and successful the Pharaohs were. It is also highly recommended to stay in a hotel near the Pyramids.

Many Pharaohs tried to leave back memories and luxuries as a sign for wealth and difficult labour during their lifetimes and these are mostly the ones who had power over their Empire once. The Temples, Statues and other monuments have been blessed enough as many tombs and other precious things have been destroyed and left behind a blank part into the ancient life that people are trying to show ever since.

Akhenaten, also called the heretic Pharaoh, he has been rose to the belief in Amun; however he changed his belief to god Aton. Later on as he conquered the empire and he announced out loud the Aton was the only god to be honored. As people did not follow what he said he soon banned all temples that would worship another god.

Cleopatra VII was the last Pharaoh to rule Egypt, at her time she made Egypt into the most civilized and sustainable country.

Hatshepsut, the female Pharaoh, the only woman ruled Egypt for more than 20 years at the period where woman had right. She married her half-brother when her dad passed away to keep the power maintained within the family. She was an extraordinary Pharaoh and found strategies to merge her power.

Tut-Ankh-Amun; who has come into the power at a young age. He belongs to Egypt’s most famous and worshipped Pharaoh and idols. His Tomb is the most preserved tomb in Egypt's history. You will be able to find Tut-Ankh-Amun treasure in the National Egyptian Museum.

If would like to name some of the Pharaonic sightseeing in Cairo to be observed; the great Pyramids and the giant statue of Sphinx of Giza, the National Egyptian museum, Dahshur Red & Bent Pyramids, the Complex of Sakkara pyramid and the Valley Temple.

Find out more about the Pharaonic period in Cairo and visit everything in detail and cherish this experience forever and carry it around through all your life. We guarantee that you will be fascinated and surprised with what you will see as the words and the photos not enough as you see it in front of your eyes and feel the atmosphere that will surround you during your visit.




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