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    Exploring Egypt from the Nile

    The pyramids of Giza, the temple complex of Karnak, the two massive rock temples of Abu Simbel... there are few scenarios as awe-inspiring as those…

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    Rest in peace, Tutankhamen

    The tomb of Tutankhamen (1361-1352 BC) in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, some 700 kilometres south of Cairo, famous as the only pharaonic tomb to…

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    The Savoy Hotel, Sharm El Sheikh

    When A-list sun-seekers are longing for a break they are increasingly turning to the natural beauty and dazzling sunshine of Egypt’s Sharm El…

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    A biblical wonder in the desert

    It was the Emperor Justinian I who, in the year 537, commanded a fortified monastery be built here to protect the entrance to Mount Sinai from…

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    Spotlight on Abu Simbel

    Dug into the rock in honour of Ramses II and his favourite wife, Nefertari, the temples of Abu Simbel, in the Nubian desert, are the high point of…