Exploring Siwa

Known for its natural hot springs, Siwa Oasis is an underrated treasure near the western border of Egypt, and is home to many historical...

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...

The Agricultural Museum: A Hidden Gem

The Egyptian Agricultural Museum was the first of its kind upon its inauguration in the 1930s. Although it continues to retain shape and value,...

Desert Meets Marine Life: Wadi El Gemal National Park

People travel all around the world for views and landscapes that they are unaware of being a few hundred kilometers away. To the south...

History through Maquettes

Written and photographed by Ahmed Kafafi The 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...

Euro-Dolls Competition at Sofitel El Gezirah

Sofitel Cairo El Gezirah, in association with the Institute Francais d’Egypte (IFE) Organized the Euro Dolls challenge with local artists from the Department of...

Kafr Wahb: A Model for all Villages

‘Kafr Wahb,’ a small village located in the heart of Menofiya, some 60 km from Cairo, was selected in 2013 by the United Nations...

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...

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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