@@@@Heritage Tourism to Egypt




In the fifth century BC Herodotus wrote that gnowhere are there so many
marvellous thingsh as in Egypt, gnor in the world besides are to be seen
so many things of unspeakable greatnessh.
Besides its pyramids, Sphinx, ancient Luxor, We recommend you to visit
Saint Catherine Area which was also inscribed on UNESCO world heritage in 2002.


World Heritage
Date of Ratification of the Convention: 13 January 1993
6 sites
Ancient Thebes with its Necropolis Cultural 1979
Islamic Cairo Cultural 1979
Memphis and its Necropolis - the Pyramid Fields from Giza to Dahshur Cultural 1979
Nubian Monuments from Abu Simbel to Philae Cultural 1979
Abu Mena Cultural 1979
Saint Catherine Area Cultural 2002
World Heritage in Danger
1 site
Abu Mena Cultural 1979
Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity
0 site
Memory of the World
1 site
The Memory of the Suez Canal 1997
Man and the Biosphere (MAB)
2 sites
Omayed 1981/1998

Wadi Allaqi

1993
The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands
2 sites
Lake Bardawil 1988
Lake Burullus 1988 KafrElSheikh


Reference
Government The Ministry of Tourism of Egypt
International and Regional Organizations World Bank
University Egyptian Universities Network
General Information The World Factbook 2001     
About Egypt
lonely planet
News Egypt Daily
Weather Cairo
Nature Nature Reserves of Egypt
History History of Egypt
Museum Egypt Museums
Tourism Sinai Network
Sports Soccer
Hotels Hotels
Maps Egypt Maps
Airlines EgyptAir
Embassy Embassies in Egypt
Japan Related Embassy of Japan in Egypt
JICA







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