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Egypt’s Daily Life – Marriage
www.egyptdn.com s Online since 2000 600,000 Egyptian Women Get Married Before Age of Consent: StudyA study conducted by the International Population Council, the National Council for Population and Development and Assiut University on rates of early marriage in upper Egypt has … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Mothers, Tourism, Travel Tagged Birth, Marriage, Miscarriage, Population Growth, Under Age Girls Leave a comment
Egypt’s Daily Life – Headscarves and Fashion
Wearing a HIJAB – (a headscarf) does not prevent women to be fashionable Besides reasons of modesty wearing a headscarf is certainly quite effective in drawing attention to a pretty face or … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, fashion, Tourism, Travel Tagged Fashion Statements, Headscarf, Hijab, Pretty Women 2 Comments
Aswan High Dam/ Lake Nasser
Lake Nasser, located in southern Egypt and northern Sudan, is one of the biggest man-made lakes in the world. It was created when the Aswan High Dam was built between 1960 and 1970. The Nile River is its primary inflow and … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Tourism, Travel Tagged Abu Simbel, Aswan, Aswan High Dam, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Lake Nasser, Nubia, President 2 Comments
Photo of the Week – CHOICES
Some people prefer camels over horses! More from Egypt soon! Brigitte
Egypt’s Daily Life – Who needs a Supermarket?
It is organic, it is fresh, it has never seen a … Continue reading
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – THE SPHINX
How many sphinxes are there in Egypt? Whenever the Sphinx is mentioned the picture that comes up in most people’s mind is the image of the Great Sphinx of Giza. It is the most famous, it is the biggest, but there are … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Tourism, Travel Tagged Giza, Memphis, Pharaoh, Pharaoh Djoser, The Sphinx 2 Comments
EGYPT’S Daily Life – School Trip
On Thursdays Egyptian school children have a field trip. They arrive by bus and besides admiring the Pyramids, enjoy the freedom of being children. *********** More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Wives – how many can you have?
History tells us that the Prophet Muhammad had lots of wives. But in the Quran it says that a man can have 4 wives. I think the Prophet must have had special privileges because until now the number allowed is 4 – … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Tourism, Travel Tagged Marriage, Phrohet Muhammad, Wives 3 Comments
EGYPT – Healing While Vacationing
Egypt plans to attract millions of tourists through Virus C medical tourism program Tue, 14/02/2017 – 15:40 Egypt Independent Egypt’s Health Ministry has announced its medical tourism program for Hepatitis C virus patients, in coordination with the Tourism Ministry. Lionel … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, health, Tourism Tagged Healing, Hepatitis C, Psoriasis, Travelling Leave a comment