Joanna Sikora, Ashka Travel Pictures

Diving & discovering the ancient wonders of Egypt
A timeless journey across the waters of the Nile, visiting some of the most spectacular ancient sites in the world like
stunning Valley of the Kings and breathtaking temples of Karnak, Luxor and Abu Simbel. But let's start from...
The jewel of the Sinai, where the desert merges with the crystal clear blue waters of the Red Sea. Cosmopolitan sea resort that is the most extraordinary diving destination in the Red Sea
Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt, Egitto, Egipt
Sharm el Sheikh
Abu Simbel
Abu Simbel
Two rock-cut temples faceing the Nile (today Lake Nasser) almost on the borders of Sudan. MUST SEE of Egypt!
In the shadow of the Great Pyramids and Sphinx of Giza... The 13th largest city in the world. Situated on the River Nile, Cairo is famous for its own history - preserved in the fabulous medioeval Islamic city and for the ancient, Coptic and Pharaonic history
Kair, Giaza, Memphis, Cairo, al-Qahirah
Cairo, Giza, Memphis
Swiatynie Luxoru, Luxor Temples, Medinet Habu, Kolosy Memnona, Colossi di Memnon, Luksor
Luxor Temples
Unique among the world's cities, called the world's greatest open air museum, the number and preservation of the monuments in the Luxor and the surrounding area are unparalleled anywhere else in the world
The last bastion of ancient Egyptian religion and hieroglyphic usage dedicated to the goddess Isis
File, Philae, Izis Temple, island of Agilika
Swiatynia w Karnak, Tempio di Karnak, Temple
Karnak Temple
A huge open-air museum that is the largest ancient religious site in the world. Impressive conglomeration of ruined temples, chapels, pylons and other buildings located near Luxor
The Temple dedicated to the falcon god Horus in Edfu is considered as the best-preserved cult temple in Egypt
Edfu, Horus Temple
Aswan, Nubian Village, Asuan
Aswan & Nubian Village
Egypt's southernmost city and one of her most beautiful - wide, green and dotted with pretty islands with some high desert hills above
Unusual, well-preserved, symmetrical double temple dedicated to two gods: the crocodile-headed god Sobek and the falcon-headed Horus
Kom Ombo, Crocodile Temple, Haroeris, Horus, OmbosHaroeris, the solar war god, Horus the Elde
Kom Ombo
Dolina Krolow, Valley of the Kings
Valley of the Kings
Hidden behind the Theban Hills, on the West Bank of the Nile, famous for its royal beautifully painted tombs of 62 Pharaohs

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