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Category Archives: Luxor. Valley of the Kings
Photo of the Week – REALLY?
What do you think? Do those little red stones really keep up the granite blocks? More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Travel Tagged Feet, Granite, Stones Leave a comment
Valley of the Kings and it’s Countryside
Despite the millions of tourists who have visited the Valley of the Kings for hundreds of years, the countryside around it has not changed much. It is not very populated, well toiled and planted. The peacefulness that surrounds these fields, … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Tourism, Travel, Valley of the Kings Tagged Fields, Meadows, Palm Trees, The Afterlife 2 Comments
MISTAKES CAN TELL THE STORY
Without the beautiful wall paintings in the Tombs of the Pharaohs and Nobles as well as in many Temples we would not know as much about Ancient Egypt as we do. The images tell us about their life and death, who … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Egypt, Islam, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Temple of Karnak, Tomb Wall Paintings, Travel Tagged Medina Habu, Tomb of Ramose, travel, Wall Paintings 6 Comments
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – HYGIENE
If you don’t have a bathroom the village fountain is all you need to clean your teeth! More From Egypt Soon Brigitte
Posted in Egypt, Islam, Luxor, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Religion, Tourism Tagged Hygiene, Teeth 2 Comments
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – ALIBABA AND THE ………THIEVES
CAN YOU GUESS WHO IS ALIBABA AND WHO ARE THE THIEVES? LET ME HEAR FROM YOU. More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Luxor, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Muslims, Queens of Egypt, Tourism, Travel Tagged Alibaba, Egyptian men, Fabels, The Nile, Thieves 6 Comments
FINDING NEFERTITI’S TOMB WOULD BRING THE W0RLD BACK TO EGYPT
Yahoo News Digest <!– Egypt finds new clues that Queen Nefertiti may lie buried behind Tut’s tomb –> Science Egypt finds new clues that Queen Nefertiti may lie buried behind Tut’s tomb Scans of King Tut’s burial chamber have revealed … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Pharaohs, Queens of Egypt, Tombs Tagged lost Queen, Nefertiti, New Discovery, Nicholas Reeves, Tutankhamun 1 Comment
DOWNTON ABBEY’S CONNECTION TO EGYPT
AFTER WATCHING THE LAST EPISODE OF DOWNTON ABBEY I WOULD LIKE TO REPOST A BLOG WHICH I WROTE AFTER EPISODE FOUR – JUST TO REMIND US WHY DOWNTON ABBEY WILL FOR EVER BE CONNECTED TO EGYPT Like millions of infatuated … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Pharaohs, Tourism, Travel Tagged Downton Abbey, England, Highclere Castle, Lord Carnarvon 2 Comments
EGYPTIAN PALM TREES TURNING INTO ARMCHAIRS
There are 2600 different type of Palm Trees in the world, most of them grow in tropical or subtropical climates, and many of them can be found in Egypt. I love Palm trees because they always bring up images of … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, TECHNOLOGY Tagged ECO friendly, Furniture, Hoidays, Palm Trees, Sunshine 5 Comments
COULD QUEEN NEFERTITI MAKE THE TOURIST COME BACK?
Article from Egypt’s Independent news – Oct. 17, 2015 As tourists dwindle, Egypt looks for treasure Facing a steep drop in tourist numbers, Egypt is hoping to invest in the future with a big discovery from the past – the … Continue reading
QUEEN HATSHEPSUT’S MAGIC
Pharaoh Hatshepsut ruled Egypt for more than 20 years. She was the longest reigning female in Egypt’s history, and considered one of Egypt’s most successful pharaohs. During her reign, unlike other rulers of the 18th dynasty, she was more interested in ensuring economic prosperity, … Continue reading