Youssuf Hassan Omar

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Dr. Youssuf Hassan Omar (Arabic: دكتور يوسف حسن عمر), (July 1907- April 1980) was an Egyptian Linguist and professor of Arabic Language who studied and taught at the prominent Al Azhar University for long years, during which he won a number of awards, held senior university and governmental positions and greatly contributed, through lectures and books he authored, to the overall development of Arabic Language studies and related sciences that left a credited impact in the religious teachings and education at the time.

ElMoez Lidinillah Street

Would you like to go on a journey in the past that could slide hundreds of years back in one trip?  See buildings jump from an era to era, observe them and even live in them? History makers and Owners of those buildings from every era invite you to examine their homes & business and giving you chance to whiteness their glory days and taste their way of living charm as a bonus.

Dakhla Oasis

Al Qasr Old City

Wadi Degla

Walking in Wadi Degla you can hear the silence; it has volume and weighs down on you, but in a totally positive way. You seem to drown in a pool of calmness and certainty seems like a second nature to you for a while. You are no longer in your wired existence (mobile and laptop). You just exist in a breathtakingly beautiful desert.

Wadi Degla is a 12km-long canyon that became a national park in 1999. It’s also a rustic natural area where people come to hike, bike and picnic on weekends.

Cairo

Cairo is the largest city in Africa and the Middle East and one of the largest and oldest in Human history. Its richness defies imagination from ancient Pyramids to ultra modern Hotels and residences complex. Its culture is one of the most cosmopolitan in history amalgamating elements from ancient Egyptian era to the time of American super-power and post 2011 revolution.

Sudan

Sudan (Arabic: سودان) is one of the largest and most diversified countries in Africa. From Nubians with an Arab identity, to Dinkas and Furs and Beja, Sudan is a true multi-culturalism. Not without an eye on Egypt, Sudanese consider Egyptian culture as part of their own. This article will contain what SaharaSafaris Travelers have collected to explain Sudan's culture and nature and is a continuously updated project.

Attarine

"One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roofs, or the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls"

Rashid

At the end of the Nile’s long journey through Africa, where it finally meets the Mediterranean, lies Rashid*. Just north of that town, standing where the world’s longest river comes to an end, one is at the heart of a profound geo-historic experience. At the town itself, particularly if visited in winter, the historic aspect of the experience takes on a cultural dimension.

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