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On the western bank of Lake Nasser in southern Egypt is an archaeological site called Abu Simbel.  Two massive twin temples were originally carved out of the mountainside in the 13th Century during  the reign of Pharaoh Ramses The Great.  The temples are lasting monuments to his wife Nefer... Read more...
By: moutaz On Sunday, 21 September 2014 Comments Comments(0) Read more...
The “rose red city, half as old as time” known as Petra is one of the world most fascinating tourism spots.  Here you will find what remains of an ancient capital city once ruled by the Nabataean kingdom from the 6th century BC. Petra was located in southern Jordan on a major trade route making it a center... Read more...
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In Central Anatolia of Turkey is a large region called Cappadocia.  The region is famous for its unusual rock formations that look like chimneys, cones, mushrooms and pinnacles.  Ancient volcanic eruptions and ... Read more...
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