Abdel-Rahman Lutfi mosque

Lotfy Mosque (Abdel Rahman Lotfy … Shabara ..) is one of the most beautiful mosques in Port Said, which was built in the early fifties … and most of its materials are imported from abroad and the Pasha Abdel Rahman Lotfy. The size of the palace is the same or greater, and the palace was […]

Suez Canal Authority Building (Port Said)

The building of the Suez Canal Authority in Port Said or the headquarters of the Suez Canal Authority in Port Said is the building used by the Suez Canal Authority in Port Said, Egypt and to follow the movement of ships passing through the Suez Canal . Built by Khedive Abbas Hilmi II in 1895 […]

Port Said Lighthouse

The ancient Port Said lighthouse is one of the ruins of the province, and it is the oldest concrete lighthouse in the world built by the French to guide ships to the city. It was established during the reign of Khedive Ismail June 1869, and entered into actual work in February 1870. The practical steps […]

Port Fouad

  Label The city of Port Fouad was called this name in relation to King Fouad, and because Port Fouad was a seaport, the name was The space is Its area is 511 square kilometers and has a population of about 81,591 [4] people. History of Port Fouad It was established in Port Fouad in […]

De Lesseps in Port Said

De Lesseps statue in Port Fouad In 1840, the French engineer, Linan de Belphone Bey, developed a project to construct a straight channel linking Bahrain with the red and white and removed the prevailing fear of the high level of the Red Sea water level on the Mediterranean, and confirmed that this was not harmful. On April 15, 1846 , the […]


QV66 is the tomb of Nefertari, the Great Wife of Pharaoh Ramesses II, in Egypt’s Valley of the Queens. It was discovered by Ernesto Schiaparelli (the director of the Egyptian Museum in Turin) in 1904. It is called the Sistine Chapel of Ancient Egypt. Nefertari, which means “beautiful companion”, was Ramesses II’s favorite wife; he went out of his way to make this obvious, referring to her as […]

The first pylon

First pylon – main entrance to Karnak templeRemains of the mud brick ramps, used to build the pylon. Karnak Temple First Pylon The first pylon is the last to be built at Karnak and is the main entrance into the temple today. It was never completed and is undecorated; even the remains of the mud […]

Tell el-Amarna

It is the new capital established by King Akhenaten, and it is located forty-five kilometers south of Bani Hassan Cemeteries in Minya Governorate.  Remains of the ancient capital are still present. In the Middle Ages after that region was ruined since Tutankhamun rose and changed the capital, the Amarna tribe came and lived there for […]


The theban tomb TT96 The tomb is entered by a steep tunnel, which opens into a low chamber covered with painted decoration. This small chamber shows Sennefer entering the Underworld, with servants carrying boxes and a bed for his tomb. Passing through this chamber, the main burial chamber is reached through a doorway guarded by jackals The […]

Tuna Al Jabal

The village of Tuna Al-Jabal is located to the west of the city of Mallawi in the governorate of Minya and west of the city of Ashmunin about ten kilometers, and was known in the time of the Pharaohs (Towns) in the Pharaonic era and then (Tahanat) the days of the Romans and the meaning […]