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WHEN STANDING NEXT TO AN ANCIENT EGYPTIAN TEMPLE, OR COLUMN, OR STATUE WE CAN’T HELP BUT FEEL SMALL, TINY, HARDLY THERE – THEY TOWER OVER US, AND WHEN WE LOOK AT OUR PHOTOS ONCE BACK HOME IT IS LIKE FINDING WALDO. WHERE ARE WE? … Continue reading
THIS BEAUTIFUL SMILE CAPTURED THOUSAND OF YEARS AGO IS STILL WELCOMING US IN THE TEMPLE OF KARNAK TODAY! More from Egypt soon Brigitte
The last time I wrote about the Garbage City in Cairo – and today I want to tell you what is hidden behind Cairo’s waste. It is The Monastery of St. Simon the Cobbler, who lived towards the end of the tenth … Continue reading