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Egypt

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monee almansoori

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Transcript of Egypt

northern Africa
Capital:
Cairo
location
some information
History
Egypt
largest city :
Alexandria,Giza and Port Said .

Foods
by: Monira Almansoori,
Aisha Eissa,
maitha saeed.
class: A5
Mr Mohsin
Thank you my professor and my friends to listen me.
Luxor
sharm alshiak
Pyramids
Elgouna yacht
Aswan
Khan Khalili
Foods
Egyptian food is different from another .
Sweets
shlab
Tea
Prunus armeniaca
sugar cane
Roselle
Drinks
Egypt is the oldest civilizations on earth.
name 'Egypt' comes from the Greek Aegypto.
Egypt's history is the longest continuous history of the country in the world for more than 7,000 years BC
There are three ways for burial:
Washing &Cleansing
Embalming"Mummification"
Funeral
Tourism please
in Egypt
The oldest culture of Egypt was the and that years its beauty time,Pharaonic culture is oldest civilizations,Despite the development,but it has maintained its customs and traditions.
Culture
Clothes
The Egyption clothes is made ​​of linen .This plant found around the Nile River.


Ancient Egyptian children did not wear clothes until they were about six years old
All men wore a wrap-round skirt that was tied at the waist with a belt.

Men
Women


Egyptian women wore dresses with one or two shoulder straps

Children
Rich Egyptian
They Wearing the same clothes but, beside jewellery and headdresses.
Ain Sokhna
Suez Canal
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