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Transcript of Egypt

Fast fact: only 2% of Parliament seats are held by women
Government
Egypt's climate and seasons are unlike the United States
because Egypt has only 2 seasons instead of 4. Their mild winter is in November- April, and their hot summer is in May-October. The temperature can get as high as 120 degrees, and only as low as 90 degrees.

Egypt exports oil and gas to other countries, and tourism still remains a key part in Egypt's economy. All values are in US dollars, but sometimes they use Egyptian pounds( 1 egyptian pound= 0.06 US dollars
Egypt’s government is a Democratic Republic because until 2005 there was never more than one candidate to vote for. They have 762 members in the legislative branch , but only 2% of Parliament seats are held by women. The president of Egypt is Abdelfattah Said Elsisi(61 years old).
21.11 pounds= $1.25
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Egypt was once ruled by kings
History
Egypt is split into two unequal, extremely arid regions by the landscapes dominate features. The landscape contains low mountains and deserts. Northern Egypt obtains wide valleys near the Nile and East and West Deserts. North of Cairo- Egypt's capital city- is the Nile river. The Nile river is the fertile land that is completely covered with farms. Without the Nile river Egypt would be a desert. The Nile river surprisingly flows south to north instead of flowing north to south.
Egypt’s history is very complicated.The first hunters and fishermen lived along the bank of the Nile- Egypt’s major delta system-over 8,000 years ago. The first people in Egypt learned to grow crops, raise animals, and build villages and towns. They traded with their neighbors, and the learned to sail boats. At 3,000 B.C.(before Christ) a civilization was established. After being unified under a powerful king, pyramids, temples, mountains, and other impressive monument were built. After being under control by the Romans, Muslims, and the British, Egypt had declared independence in 1952.

The Egypt Times
Egypt's Geography and Landscape
This is an image of Egypt's major Mt. range: Mt. Sinai.
This is an image of the Nile river

The population of just Cairo, Egypt is 7.772 million
Cairo is believed to have one of the oldest universities
Cairo- Egypt's capital- is to believed to have over 4.5 million cars in the city.
Egypt's Capital: Cairo

2,000 B.C.
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Learned to grow crops, raise animals, and began to build villages and towns. They also traded with neighbors, and learned to sail boats also.
3,100 B.C.
31 B.C.
640 A.D.
Egypt fell under Roman control.
Kingdoms of the upper and lower Egypt were unified under a powerful king, and the king built pyramids, temples, and other impressive monuments.
Egypt split into smaller parts, and kingdom was declined. Strong neighbors also attacked, and took over Egyptian territory.
Muslim warriors took over Egypt, and Arab forces ruled Egypt for several years. They also founded the capital Cairo.
Fun Facts
Climate and Economy
Economy
Climate
Egypt's Government

Egypt's History
People in Egypt found a dress that was over 5,000 years old
Egyptians worshiped over 1,400 different gods and goddesses
The Steppe eagle is the national animal for Egypt
The statue of Liberty was actually intended for Egypt
Ancient Egyptians were the first to create sweet marshmallows
By: Bre Turner
Hope that you have learned a bunch about Egypt because I sure have.
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