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Tag Archives: Cairo
Egypt – A Place Of Contrasts
The rooftop of the Hotel Fairmont in Cairo looked reassuring, architecturally beautiful and well-kept – in contrast the roof tops of the houses surrounding the hotel was another story……….. More from Egypt soon! Brigitte
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Tourism, Travel Tagged Architecture, Cairo, Foreign lands, Garbage, Hotels, Satellite Dishes Leave a comment
Egypt – New Discoveries
Archaeologists discover three ancient tombs in Egypt 15 August 2017 From the section Middle East Image caption A sarcophagus from one of the three tombs found at burial grounds south of Cairo Archaeologists have discovered three tombs that date back … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Excavations, Tombs, Tourism Tagged Archaeologists, Burial Grounds, Cairo, Graveyards, Tombs 2 Comments
Egypt’s Artefacts Coming Home!
Egypt restores 484 artefacts from abroad: Antiquities Minister Al-Masry Al-Youm Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi held on Saturday a meeting with Prime Minister Sherif Esmail and Antiquities Minister Khaled Anani to discuss recent Egyptian archaeological discoveries and artefacts … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Egyptologists, Excavations, Tourism, Travel Tagged Antiquities Trade, Artefacts, Cairo, Grand Museum 0pening 4/18 2 Comments
PYRAMIDS’S HIDDEN SECRETS?
Egypt detects ‘impressive’ anomaly in Giza pyramids Maram Mazen, Associated Press Updated 3:56 pm, Tuesday, November 10, 2015 CAIRO (AP) — Two weeks of new thermal scanning in Egypt’s Giza pyramids have identified anomalies in the 4,500 year-old burial … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Pharaohs, Pyramids, Tombs Tagged Cairo, Great Pyramid of Giza, Khufu's Burial Chamber, Seven Wonders of the World, Thermal Scanning 3 Comments
PICTURE OF THE DAY – UNUSUAL COMPANY
While having a glass of wine on the terrace of my hotel in Cairo, I had unexpected company! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Travel Tagged Birds, Cairo, Mariotte Hotel, Nuts, Potato Chips 4 Comments
CAIRO’S TESTIMONY TO THE RECENT PAST
At the time of Egypt’s revolution on the 25th of January 2011 President Hosni Mubarak’s Political Headquarters were torched, leaving to this day an empty, black ghost-like structure. It towers over the Nile and the Egyptian Museum close by – so … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Government Tagged Cairo, Egyptian Museum, El Sisi, Mubarak, Revelution, The Nile Leave a comment
EGYPT’S DAILY LIFE – Nr 4
Jeans and Headscarves in Sultan Hasan Mosque at 11 am Brigitte
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Cairo, headscarves.students, Jeans, Mosques, religion 1 Comment
CAIRO’S MENA HOUSE – WHERE HISTORY WAS MADE
The MENA HOUSE in Cairo has from its start, in 1886, accommodated royalties such as the Crown Prince of Japan, Prince of Wales, Shah of Iran, Reza Pahlavi; politicians – Bill Clinton, Barbara Bush; artists – Frank Sinatra Charlton Heston, Sarah … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Film Stars, Foreign Policy, Government, Pyramids, Restaurants. Dining, Travel Tagged Artists, Cairo, Chiang Kai-Shek, FDR, Mena House Hotel, Money, Politicians, Pyramids, Rich & Famous, Winston Churchill 6 Comments
PHOTOS OF THE WEEK – MOHAMMED ALI MOSQUE
THE MOHAMMAD ALI MOSQUE, ONE OF CAIRO’S MAIN TOURISTS ATTRACTIONS WAS BUILT BETWEEN 1830 AND 1848, IN MEMORY OF MOHAMMED ALI’S SON TUSON PASHA WHO DIED IN 1816. OVERLOOKING CAIRO IT OFFERS STUNNING VIEWS OF THE CITY. VISITORS ARE ALLOWED … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Islam, Religion Tagged Cairo, Mecca, Mohamed Ali, Mosque, religion Leave a comment
CAIRO’S SATELLITE DISHES FIGHTING FOR SPACE – PHOTOS OF THE WEEK
MAYBE THERE IS NO WASHING MACHINE OR DISHWASHER IN THE HOUSE BUT JUDGING BY THE SATELLITE DISHES ON THE ROOFS – THERE IS A TELEVISION TELEVISION IN EGYPT IS MAINLY RECEIVED THROUGH SATELLITE. AND SINCE EGYPTIANS WATCH MANY HOURS OF TV – … Continue reading
Posted in Cairo, Egypt, Film Stars, TECHNOLOGY Tagged Cairo, Rooftops, Satellite Dishes, Technology, Television Leave a comment