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Egyptian Museum
4.6/5875 Reviews

Great Pyramid of Giza
4.5/5463 Reviews
Historical Site

The Giza Pyramid is a general term for a pyramid group, not a separate pyramid. They were built between 2600 and 2500 BC and are synonymous with ancient Egyptian civilization. The arrangement of the Khufu Pyramid, the Kafra Pyramid and the Mengkara Pyramid is arranged according to the Orion constellation. The tourists who play in the upper reaches of the Giza Plain are mainly directed at the three pyramids and the Sphinx. After security, they can enter the Giza Plain.

Cairo Citadel
4.4/5114 Reviews

The Saladin Castle, also known as Cairo Castle, is located on the Mugetam Mountain in the eastern suburbs of Cairo. The castle is high above sea level, and was built in the 11th century by General Saladin to resist the invasion of the Crusaders. The Saladin Castle is divided by inner city and outer city. The rulers of the dynasties have left ruins here. There is also the famous Muhammad Ali Mosque in Egypt, which is worth visiting.

Great Sphinx of Giza
4.5/5590 Reviews
Historical Site

The Sphinx is located in the Pyramid Scenic Area. Near the Pyramid of Khufu and the Pyramids of Kafra, the Sphinx and the Pyramid are both representative relics of ancient Egyptian civilization. It is also synonymous with Egypt. The Sphinx is a statue of a face-faced lion, with its front paws lying forward on the desert. Except for the front paws, all are carved from a piece of natural rock. original

Khufu Pyramid
4.6/5542 Reviews
Historical Site

The Khufu Pyramid is the tomb of Pharaoh Khufu of the ancient Egyptian dynasty. It is an Egyptian pyramid. Built around 2580 BC, this pyramid is not only a symbol of Egypt, but also the oldest and only surviving building of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. To visit the Pyramid of Khufu, you must first enter the Pyramids of Giza. After entering, you will first see the Pyramid of Khufu.

River Nile
4.5/5579 Reviews
Boat Tour

The Nile River is a river that flows through the eastern and northern parts of Africa. It is injected into the Mediterranean Sea from south to north. It is the mother river of Egypt. The sailboat on the Nile is a beautiful view of the Nile. It rides on a sailboat and blows the wind of the Nile. It is very pleasant. Visitors usually choose to visit the Nile River at night, not only to enjoy the night view of Cairo, but also to watch a wonderful belly dance or Sufi dance performance.

Egyptian Museum of Antiquities
4.5/537 Reviews

Officially called the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, downtown Cairo's star attraction is more like a warehouse than a traditional museum. The organization may be a bit chaotic but it's worth it to spend at least half a day wandering the museum's two main floors. The highlight of the Pharonic treasures here are without a doubt the mummies of famous Egyptian Pharaohs. Queen Hatshepsut is the most recently discovered mummy here, while the remains of King Tutankhamen's tomb is the most visited attraction. The 24-pound gold mask of King Tut's face is a featured attraction.

Pyramid of Djoser
4.3/597 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Historical Site

Cairo Tower
4.3/585 Reviews
Observation Deck
Modern Architecture

The Cairo Tower is a great high rise in Cairo, Egypt. Late President Gamal Abdel Nasser initiated the tower in 1961. Cairo Tower gives an astounding perspective of the city. The tower is formed like a lotus plant. The building, which rises 187 meters high, is outfitted with telescopes. Zoom into the pyramids of Giza. The Nile River keeps running close by the Cairo Tower. Watch the tower transform into a light show during the evening. Round out a reservation frame to hold occasions at the Villa Zamalek inside the tower. Browse numerous eateries and shops at Cairo's fantastic tower.

Mosque of Muhammad Ali
4.4/578 Reviews
Historical Architecture

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