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Photo Subject : Cities and Towns

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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description Year
Taken
Egypt
Cairo
Citadel
 View of Cairo.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Giza
 The village of Giza on the edge of Cairo.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Giza
 Giza is famous for its pyramids.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Giza
 View of Cairo from Giza.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Saqqara
 Saqqara is a fertile village just outside Cairo.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Saqqara
 The Nile-side settlement of Saqqara.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Saqqara
 Donkey used for irrigation.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Saqqara
 Irrigation chanels and footpaths through the fertile landscape.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Saqqara
 Small settlement.
1986
Egypt
Cairo
Saqqara
 Rural scene in the fertile area close to the Nile.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
The town of El Minya.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
El Minya is a pleasant town between Cairo and Luxor.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Street scene.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Local transport.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
The town is by the River Nile.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Sail boat on the Nile.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
One of the many Nile-side villages.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Sawadah
The village of Sawadah.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Sawadah
Domed houses.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Sawadah
The village is set on several hills.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Sawadah
The houses are made from mud.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Bani Hasan
Bani Hasan is a Nile village.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Bani Hasan
Homestead.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Bani Hasan
Houses by the river.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Bani Hasan
View of the village.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Bani Hasan
Bani Hassan is an ancient village.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Bani Hasan
Boat.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Bani Hasan
Grain store.
1986
Egypt
El Minya
Bani Hasan
Tropical scenery.
1986
Egypt
Abydos
Abydos was a religious centre where Osiris was worshipped from 2100BC.
1986
Egypt
Abydos
Abydos reached its peak c 1000BC and then declined under the Romans.
1986
Egypt
Abydos
Temple of Seti I
The temple of Seti I was begun around 1300 BC and completed by his son, Ramesses II.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Luxor (the ancient Thebes) was founded c3000 BC and was capital of Upper Egypt in 2133 BC.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
The River Nile from Luxor.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
The city of Luxor from the West bank of the Nile.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
One of the may oases near the city.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Luxor Temple
The Temple of Luxor dates from the 1300s BC and is 300m long.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Desert village.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
House of a pilgrim.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Karnak Temple
 The Karnak Temple is one of the largest in the world.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Ferries connect the parts of Luxor across the River Nile.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Nile ferry.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
The valleys around Luxor are dotted with small settlements.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Desert village.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Village near the Ramesseum.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Desert village.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Islamic school.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Rural scene.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Medinat Habu
Medinat Habu is a walled enclosure containing Luxor's second largest temple.
1986
Egypt
Luxor
Settlements.
1986
Egypt
Edfu
Edfu is a town in the south of the country.
1986
Egypt
Edfu
Street scene.
1986
Egypt
Edfu
Hardware shop.
1986
Egypt
Edfu
Street stall.
1986
Egypt
Edfu
Camels being taken to market.
1986
Egypt
Edfu
Temple of Horus
The Temple of Horus is one of the best preserved in Egypt.
1986
Egypt
Daraw
The village of Daraw is between Luxor and Aswan.
1986
Egypt
Daraw
Daraw is famous for its market.
1986
Egypt
Daraw
Two donkeys.
1986
Egypt
Daraw
The market is very traditional.
1986
Egypt
Daraw
Mud bricks.
1986
Egypt
Daraw
Camel Market
The Daraw Camel Market is the largest in Egypt.
1986
Egypt
Daraw
Camel Market
View of the market.
1986
Egypt
Daraw
Kom Ombo
The temple of Kom Ombo.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Aswan is a southern city, the most southerly in Egypt.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Aswan is by the River Nile.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
The city is the traditional border between Egypt and Nubia.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
The fertile strip is very narrow.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
The goddess Isis was once worshipped here.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Boats by the river bank.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Felukas, traditional Nile sailing boats.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Horse and cart.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Corner cafe.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Restaurant menu.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Busy street.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Cloth for sale.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Street scene.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Donkey cart in the old town.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Shops.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Vegetables.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Houseware.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Street scene.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Local transport.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Elephantine Island is the largest of many in the Nile near Aswan.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Elephantine Island was Aswan's original settlement.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
The streets are narrow and the buildings close to each other.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
 Painted house with geometric patterns.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
The houses are brightly painted.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Narrow street.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
The centre.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
View of the main settlement.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Mosque and mud bricks.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Washing lines.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Mudbrick house.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Tomb overlooking a man in a boat.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
The island is an oasis.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Mudbrick walls.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Walkways separating villages.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Much of island is very rural.
1986
Egypt
Aswan
Elephantine Island
Walled walkway.
1986

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