Egypt Is Home To 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Do you know that Egypt is also home to seven of the UNESCO World Heritage sites? That’s right, Egypt has a lot to offer! The 7 sites are Abu Mena, Historic Cairo, Abu Simbel, Saint Catherine, Wadi Al-Hitan, (aka Whale Valley in the western desert of Egypt) and Memphis and its Necropolis, and Ancient Thebes. Have you been to any of them? We have been to all but two. We have yet to visit Abu Mena or Whale Valley.Memphis and its Necropolis are in fact the Pyramid Fields from Giza to Dahshur so chances are if you’ve been to Egypt, you have seen this UNESCO SIte. Ancient Thebes is where you’ll find Luxor and the Valley of the Kings, Abu Simbel is on Lake Nasser, Historic Cairo is an obvious destination and
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