You might have heard of the “Hanging Gardens of Babylon” but you’ve never heard of the Hanging Church in Cairo.
Do you know that the Citadel of Qaitbay stands on the site where the famous Lighthouse of Alexandria once was?
The modern Library of Alexandria doesn’t really live up to its prestige in ancient times – when it comes to
It’s no surprise if there’s a Roman amphitheater in the middle of Alexandria. It’s a city which was conquered, ruled
Alexandria is an ancient city and as any tourist would expect, its National Museum should be filled with great things.
The Saqqara Pyramids in the City of the Dead are the burial grounds of Memphis, Egypt’s ancient capital. This place
Yes, this Cave Church in Cairo can sit 20,000 people! And the garbage collectors built it! In Cairo, the Zabbaleen
Pompey’s Pillar is an open museum in Alexandria. This pillar wasn’t really built for Pompey, a Roman politician and military
The Church of St George in Cairo is built above an old Roman Tower. Thus, visitors have to climb a