The Ultimate Guide to Sahel

"Are you going to Sahel for the weekend? Do you feel like you don't know exactly what to do? Do you feel like you're...

12 Cultural Venues in Ramadan

1. Beit Zeinab Khatoun Hidden in one of the alleys of the old Islamic city; is one of the most remarkable houses that have managed...

Gharb Soheil: A Village Saved from Diaspora

by  Riad Tawfik  With the construction of the Aswan Dam, later known as the High Dam, came the largest immigration of Nubians from their homeland...

10 Strangest Buildings Around the World

Check out some of the strangest homes, offices and architectural designs  from around the world.1. Device To Root Out Devil (Denver, Colorado) A country church is...

Ismailia – Egypt’s Garden City

written and photographed by Ahmed KafafiAlthough small as a city Ismailia is big as a governorate. Located 120km from Cairo it offers sightseeing, culture and...

The Right Way to Travel

By Tamer HegabThinking about traveling abroad? Have you and your friends spent hours deciding where to go because you need something cheap and nearby?...

History through Maquettes

Written and photographed by Ahmed KafafiThe Suez Canal Museum in Port Said presents the history of the construction of the Suez Canal through colorful...

Misconceptions About Siwa

By Enas el Masry Far away from Egypt’s modern societies, an ancient community lies in the heart of the Western Desert, preserving not only its...

Hola Madrid!

By Amina El FayoumyBienvenido a Madrid!From seeing the most prominent sights and attractions to enjoying the local tapas, history, art, architecture, and nightlife, tackling...

Sa7el: The Egyptian Riviera

By Amina El Fayoumy El-Sahel’s 250-kilometer strip has become the prime summer destination for Egypt’s upper and upper-middle classes.  But just how did it come...

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