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Why Visit Egypt?

Egypt, situated in northeastern Africa and bridging the continents of Africa and Asia through the Sinai Peninsula, is a land steeped in history and cultural significance. Covering approximately 1 million square kilometers, its iconic landscapes include the Nile River, the longest in the world, and the vast Sahara Desert.

Modern Egypt, with its capital city of Cairo, is a vibrant hub of culture, politics, and commerce in the Arab world. The nation’s cultural heritage is deeply rooted in the Arab, Islamic, and Coptic Christian traditions, and its people take pride in their contributions to literature, art, and music.

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