The Ramadan Experience; 10 Places To Visit This Month

An abundant of choices awaits you in Cairo and other cities around Egypt to enjoy exciting Ramadan nights. Once the sun sets, Iftar at...

Bienvenue au Québec!

By : Pamela BahlisIf you want a little taste of France without having to dish out the Euro, Quebec can offer you that and much...

I Amsterdam

By Tanya El Kashef As the capital city of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is by far one of the friendlier European cities one could choose to...

Philippines: The Perfect Destination for Beach and Adventure Lovers

The Philippine archipelago comprises about 7,600 islands, of which only around 2,000 are inhabited, so imagine the time you would need to see half...

Columbus, Ohio: Unexpected Fun at one of the most Diverse US Cities

By Ola El Soueni Last June, I had a work trip to Columbus, Ohio, a state that wasn’t ever on my bucket list. Ohio is not...

Amr Ibn El Aas: The First Mosque

By Soha Khater In the heart of Old Cairo surmounted by a number of ancient Coptic churches, a Coptic museum and a synagogue, is the...

Al Salih Talai A Suspended Fatimid Mosque

Initially, the mosque was planned to be a shrine to house the head of Al Hussein - grandson of prophet Mohamed (PBUH), which was brought from Askalon by the vizier. However, the caliph Al Faiz Bi Nasr Allah decided to place the head in a shrine in the Fatimid palace that was later destroyed. Currently, and on the same site, the shrine is incorporated in the mosque of Sayedna Al Hussein.

Lost in Japanese Zen

By Anjana DasA small group of islands, Japan lies half way across the globe from Egypt and often doesn’t come to mind when thinking...

Exploring the Luxurious Vienna

Vienna, the charming city in Austria, is known for its old and historical churches and palaces, which complements and contrasts the modern city they...

san lorenzo

by Eleonora Vio     When I was asked to write an outside the box travel feature about Rome, not only the capital of...

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