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Abu Simbel –The Twin Temple of Ramesses II

There are some things in life that are hard to believe to be from this world or even exist in our realms like the legendary Abu Simbel temples; which stand as a holy guardian and a living proof of the marvelous glory and pride of the ancient Egyptians. Abu Simbel temples are located in the Nubian village in southern Egypt; about 230 km southwest of Aswan near the borders of Sudan. They carved out of the mountainside in the 13th century B.C during the reign of the Pharaoh Ramesses II; taking 20 full years from1264 BC till 1244 BC. They created to celebrate Ramesses’ victory at the Battle of Kadesh and as a show of Egyptian power.

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Things You Must Know About Nubian Villages

In the depths of the south in Egypt on the west bank of the Nile, near the city of Aswan. There are Nubian villages, that have amazing unparalleled beauty, and natural environment.

Nubian villages, Characterized by natural geographical borders and historical ones, each of which is a tourist attraction in itself.

Nubians have inhabited these villages, which are famous for their customs, traditions, beliefs, history. and even their way of life and the places in which they live.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the corridors of the villages, you will only hear the Nubian language, as Nubians have their own unique language which they do not teach to any stranger.

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Aswan tourism! Beauty waiting to be explored!

This is the complete guide about Aswan tourism explains a lot about the wonderful Aswan and it’s monuments.

Aswan’s location is below the northern-most cataract on the Nile,  marked the traditional southern frontier of Egypt with rival Nubia.

During ancient times, the Nubians people competed with the Egyptian kings for influence and territory as their power waned and ebbed.

But, Aswan remained the natural boundary between them.

Aswan was not only a political border, but also a natural economic intersection.

The city thrived as a trading center and passage between Egypt and the rest of Africa.

 

Aswan Location

In this complete guide about Aswan…