Aswan city. Historically, Aswan was considered one of the most important cities in southern Egypt and the gateway to its south. To the south of it is the first waterfall of the Nile River, which represents the natural boundary between Upper Egypt and Nubia. For convoys coming to and from Nubia. The importance of Aswan began in the era of the Old Kingdom, as it represented the southern border of the country. It was also a gathering center for armies in the era of the middle kings, as they tried to extend their rule in the south. It also played a crucial role in the fight against the Hyksos. The city of Aswan and its surroundings is considered a tourist and archaeological area, and among its most important tourist attractions: Philae Island, an island in the middle of the Nile River and one of the strongest forts along the southern border of Egypt, separating the Nile into two opposite channels in Aswan, where the Philae Temple was moved from its original location on an island elephants and was assembled on the island of Agilika, after the construction of the High Dam.
Entrance Fees To Tourist Places
Transfer from the residence at eight in the morning to the island of Philae to visit the Temple of Isis.
After you have finished visiting the Philae Temple, head to the Unfinished Obelisk, which is about 20 minutes away from the Philae Temple. The Lost Obelisk is located in the middle of the pink granite quarry, the most famous pink granite quarry.
Then a trip in the beautiful Aswan Nile, which is characterized by nature reserves, because there are large numbers of different birds from all over the world, especially in the relatively warm winter in Aswan. The journey takes about two hours by sailboat.
Then return to the accommodation.
Aswan, Aswan Governorate, Egypt
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