Egyptian cuisine

Egyptian cuisine is inspired by Turkish cuisine, Greek and Arabic. The typical food for this country consists of a large amount of rice, do którego dodaje się gotowane

Holidays in Egypt

Official holidays in Egypt are both designated by the Gregorian calendar, and the Muslim calendar. Because a year on the Muslim calendar, or hydra(it means "escape", pochodzi od ucieczki Mahometa z Mekki do Medyny

Religion in Egypt

The dominant religion in Egypt is Islam. Ok. 10% of the population are Christian Copts, who are descendants of the ancient Egyptians.

In ancient times, the Egyptians believed in many gods (polytheism). Mainly the forces of nature were worshiped. …

History of Egypt

Egypt is the oldest country in the world with a recorded and documented history. Egyptian civilization has survived for over three thousand years. Thirty Egyptian dynasties ruled over the centuries. Later, Egypt came under the rule …

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Nefetiti (Beautiful, who came) – wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten of the 18th Dynasty.

Not much is known, where exactly did Nefertete come from and who she was, her story is known only from the moment, …

Amenhotep IV

Amenhotep IV – Echnaton – pharaoh of the eighteenth dynasty, son of Amenhotep III and queen Teje.

His main wife was the mysterious Queen Nefertiti, perhaps a Hurricane princess, with which he had 6 …

Djoser

Djoser was the second king of the 3rd dynasty, ruled in the years 690–2670 BC. or 2720–2700 BC.

He was from Tinis, he was the son or son-in-law of Chasekhemui and Queen Nimaatapis. Tron objął po śmierci

Chefren

Chefren, ruler of Egypt from the 4th Dynasty, był prawdopodobnie synem Cheopsa, although according to some scholars he was rather his younger brother.

Not much is known about him, reigned in the mid-twenty-sixth century BC. …

Cheops

Cheops is undoubtedly the most famous ruler of ancient Egypt, famous for building the largest pyramid in the world.

He reigned during the Old Kingdom in the mid-twenty-sixth century BCE., ale dokładna długość i lata jego