Paradise Lost?

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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...

Nostalgia for Village Life: Haj Radi Remembers Hassan Fathi

written and photographed by Ahmed KafafiHaj Ahmed Radi, son of the late architect Hassan Fathi’s guard, belongs to a generation that fought in the...

Nepal: The Land of Adventure & Serenity

Nepal, the south Asian piece of paradise, exerts beauty and charm.  This was  my first adventure travel experience, and so I was just as...

Bali: A Tourist’s haven

Written and photographed by Tania El Kashef As one of the seventeen and a half thousand islands that belong to the Republic...

A Journey among the Mummies

    DescriptionLocated in the historical city of Luxor overlooking the River Nile and Luxor Temple, the Mummification Museum is dedicated to...

Oslo: The Green Capital

By Milla BalabanovaOslo is one of the largest European capitals; it covers an area of 450 square kilometers. Yet, it is one of the...

SEVILLA

By Najla Riad To understand Sevilla’s culture and traditions, you have to know its history and the influence of the Arabs during the Moorish era,...

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...

Gawhar Al-Lala Mosque

Cairo is known for housing hidden architectural gems that have miraculously survived, but are incredibly underrated, if noticed at all. Many people have passed by...

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