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Transcript of Egypt

Orthodox Christmas Day is celebrated January 7th. It is 66 days long it marks the birth of christ according to the Coptic calender.

Moulid El Nabi is celebrated on January 3rd. It is the observance of the birthday of the Islamic prophet Muhammad which is celebrated often on the 12th day of Rabi' al-awwal, the third month in the Islamic calendar.
Moulid El Nabi
Soccer aka fútbol

Modern Sports In Egypt
Here are some of the sports played in modern day Egypt, soccer, tennis, and rugby.
Egyptian Cuisine
Landmarks of Egypt
Natural Resources
Egyptian resources include petroleum, talc, natural gas, asbestos, iron ore, lead, phosphates, rare earth elements, manganese, limestone, zinc, and gypsum.
Egyptian Tradition
Holidays Celebrated In Egypt
The following holidays are celebrated in Egypt: Moulid El Nabi, Orthodox Christmas Day, and Revolution Day.
The Egypt national football team "The Pharaohs." Represents Egypt in association football and is governed by the Egyptian Football Association (EFA), the governing body for football in Egypt. Egypt's home ground is Cairo International Stadium in Cairo and their head coach is Héctor Cúper.
Egypt first participated at the Olympic Games in 1912, and has sent athletes to compete in most editions of the Summer Olympic Games since then. Egypt has 26 medals altogether.
Tennis in Egypt has seen a rather slow progress, but the enthusiasm towards the game is pretty high. Egypt has been participating in tennis tournaments for long.

The Egyptian Tennis federation has been the chief nation body that has been training and organizing the Egyptian tennis players for national and international level tennis matches.
The current national language of Egypt is Egyptian Arabic. In ancient times the Egyptians used heiroglyphics as their form of writing.
This is one of Egypt's many songs Pharoh Ramses the Second

Dance played a vital role in the lives of ancient Egyptians. The main six types of dance are religious,
non-religious, banquet, harem, combat, and street dances.
National Animal
Steppe Eagle
National Anthem
"Bilady Bilady Bilady..." The first words in the anthem mean "My Country, My Country, My Country." It is also the title.
National Crest
The National Crest Of Egypt is the Steppe Eagle looking towards the left. The words on the scroll say "Arab Republic Of Egypt."
Description: Balls of ground or minced meat or sometimes vegetables, often served with spiced gravy.
A milk or yogurt savory pudding, made with flour, sometimes seasoned with fried onions, chicken broth or boiled chicken.
Egyptian imports include machinery and equipment, foodstuffs, chemicals, wood products, and fuels.
Egyptian exports include crude oil and petroleum products, fruit and vegetables, cotton, textiles, metal products, chemicals, and processed food.
Orthodox Christmas Day
Revolution Day
Revolution Day is celebrated on January 25th. Revolution Day celebrates the beginning of the egyptian revolution of 2011.
Size, 62-81 cm.
Wingspan, 1.65-2.15 m
Habitat, Central Asia.
Offspring, 1-2 eggs.
My country, my country, my country
You have my love and my heart.
My country, my country, my country
You have my love and my heart.
Egypt! O mother of all Countries,
you are my hope and my ambition,
And above all people
Your Nile has countless graces
Egypt! Most precious gem,
A blaze on the brow of eternity!
O my homeland, be for ever free,
Safe from every enemy!
Egypt, noble are thy children.
Loyal, and guardians of the reins.
Be we at war or peace
We will sacrifice ourselves for you, my country.

Egyptian Pyramids
The Sphinx

Egypt has a rich and cultured past and it has a deep tradition.
Valley of the Kings
Luxor Temple
The Following are some kinds of dishes commonly served in Egypt. Bread is the backbone of Eyptian cuisine. Bead is used as a utensil as will as for protein and carbohydrates.
The Hanging Church
Illuminati Confirmed
Ra is the ancient egyptian sun god.
By the Fifth Dynasty in the 25th & 24th centuries B.C., he had become a major god in ancient Egyptian religion.
In later Egyptian dynastic times, Ra was merged with the god Horus.
He was believed to rule in all parts of the created world (the sky, the earth, and the underworld).
Anubis is the Eyptian god of funerals and death.
Anubis is also the protector of the dead and embalming.
Anubis has the head of a jackal and body of a human.
The god of the afterlife, the underworld, and the dead.
He is the father of Horus and the husband of Isis.
His black and green skin symbols rebirth.
Son of Osiris and Isis.
God of sky, war, and hunting.
Falcon headed man wearing a pschent.
Set is employed by Ra and was the balanced of Horus.
Set is the god of the desert, storms, disorder, violence and foreigners in ancient Egyptian religion.
Set has an animal head with long curved snout and the body of a man.
CIA World Factbook
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