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Not an activity to do place for anyone, it is a mountain where you will find graveyard for pharaonic colored drawings on walls.
Take sun umbrella or hat with you as it is a very sunny place, and drink lots of water.
We came at 5pm and the site was closed. The sign on entrance says that working hours are from 9 to 5. The keeper told us that we couldn't walk around or go to the top of the mountain to watch the sunset. The tombs...More
If you are a fan of history and enjoyed visiting Luxor, this is the place for you. The mountain served as a burial tomb for many important residents over two thousand years ago. A few of the tombs are intact and have great colors with...More
Siwa is ( of course ) winter /spring/autumn destination. unless your there for their specific rheumatoid healing techniques ( berrying baring) this is the name of the technique.
Mountain of the dead is an ancient tomb. you can easily locate a bone or two still...More
The rocky mountain is a grave yard for 3 different civilisations.
The 1st level of the mountain is grave yard for the pharaohs and sadly most of the tombs and artefacts are stolen.
One of tombs had some artworks which was beautiful.
The second level...More
First time I saw egyptian tombs from inside. It's not pharaoh's tomb but noble's one. The cor of the remaining paintings are still vivid eventhough these were painted around 500 bc. 3 or 4 of them could be visisted.
the place is nice and also the stories behind it, we went there with no guide then one appeared and started telling us the stories and it completely changed the place in our eyes. most of the place was damaged through the years, but there...More
Here's everything u need to know about Siwa city where Siwa Oasis is located, I'll tell u 10 things ro do & not to miss in Siwa:
1-Camping in the desert, try marshmallows heated by camp fire & enjoy the group chat with locals in...More