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  • Cairo



    The captial of Egypt and the largest city in Africa, the name means "the victorious city". As the region's principal commercial, administrative, and tourist centre.
  • Alexandria



    Egypt's second largest city (3.5 million people), its largest seaport and the country's window onto the Mediterranean Sea. No city in Egypt has history as rich as that of Alexandria which witnessed so many historic events and legends!
  • Luxor



    Luxor hosts one third of the whole monuments and antiquities of the world. Therefore, it is considered one of the most important tourism spots in Egypt and maybe in the whole world.
  • Aswan



    Aswan is the 3rd largest city in Egypt and the biggest in Upper Egypt. Aswan was the ancient Egyptians' gateway to Africa. Today Aswan is major stop for may Nile cruise ships depart from Luxor to Aswan everyday.
  • Sharm Elsheikh

    Sharm Elsheikh

    Sharm El Sheikh

    Sharm is the the jewel of Egyptian tourism industry now. The city offer some of the finest places for diving and snorkeling in the world, it offers great value for money if compared with many diving spots in the world.
  • Hurhgada



    Hurghada today is a world centre for sea sports such as diving, snorkelling, sailing, windsurfing, and deep-sea fishing. The unique offshore underwater gardens are justifiably famous amongst divers

Egypt Famous Tombs

Tombs of the Pharaohs, Queens and Princes at Thebes (Luxor)

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Tombs of the Kings (Luxor)

The Valley of the Kings was the royal cemetery for 62 Pharaohs

Tombs of the Noblemen at Thebes (Luxor)

The Valley of The Nobles is locatThe site has rock cut tombs of

Tombs of the queens (Luxor)

The Valley of the Queens is an isolated cemetery, at the southern part of

Tombs of the Workers of Deir el-Medineh (Luxor)

Deir El Medina is one of the interesting historical sites which are commonly

Tombs of Beni Hassan Situated about 20 kilometers to the South of the city Al Minya
Tombs of San Al Hager

Tanis or San El Hagar, as it is called today, was once the capital of ancient Egypt

Other Egypt Tombs:

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Tombs of Aswan

The city of Aswan during the ancient times was never the city we know of today

Mastaba tombs of the Old Kingdom (Saqqara, Giza)

The Saqqara complex is one of the most

Tombs of the Oases

The Bahariya Oasis is the northernmost oasis of Egypt. This oasis has a particular historical

Tombs of the Valley of the Kings

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Amenhotep I
Amenshotep I was the second Pharaoh who ruled in the 18th Dynasty in ancient Egypt
Horemheb, the successor of Ay, served in the courts of Amenophis IV
This valley was inhabited by painters, laborers, craftsmen and cravers

Irunefer’s tomb no 290, referred as TT 290 is located at the far end of the Western Cemetery

Khaemhat or Mahu was a Royal Scribe and the "Overseer of the Granaries of Upper
Khaemwaset was one of the sons of Ramesses III, and the prince held the title of the Eldest Son of the King
TT 192, which is the private tomb of Kheruef

Khonsu, also known as To, with the title First Prophet of Menkheperre

It’s believed that Menna worked at Karnak at the Temple of Amun and supervised field measurement
Throne of Merneptah was named as Ba-en-re Mery-netjeru
Nakht, who held the title of Astronomer of Amun, or Observer of the Hours

Neferrenpet or Kenro was a Scribe and an officer of the Treasury at Thebes

Scribe of the Divine Offerings of all the Gods’ and ‘Officer in the Treasury
Valley of the Queens, also known by the names Biban el-Sultanat
Pashedu, whose father was Menna, is believed to be the first member in his family

KV 16, the tomb of Rameses I, is located opposite to the tomb of Horemheb

KV7 tomb in the Valley of the Kings is the burial place of the Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh
The tomb of Ramesses III, designated as KV 11, is a complex system
The tomb is a subterranean, rock-cut tomb located in the main wadi

Tomb number KV2 in the Valley of the Kings is the burial place of Ramesses IV

KV9, which is said to be the tomb of Ramesses VI, is located in the main wadi of Valley
Ramesses IX was perhaps the most successful who helped in returning Egypt
The tomb KV1 is the burial place of Ramesses VII and it’s a small tomb
Used during the New Kingdom, twentieth dynasty, Tomb KV 18 in the Valley of the Kings
Tomb KV4 which is the final resting place of king Ramesses XI
Mentuherkhepshef, who was the son of Ramesses IX
Ramose was a Vizier during the eighteenth dynasty
Rekhmire was a Vizier during the reigns of Tuthmose III and Amenhotep II
Roy was a royal scribe and a steward in the estate of the King Horemheb
Sennedjem who lived during the reign of Seti I
Sennefer was an important Egyptian official during the rule of Amenhotep II
Seti I
Tomb of Seti I, referred as KV17, is located in the southeast branch
Seti II
The son of King Merenptah and Queen Isonofret, Seti II Userkheperure
Shuroy who lived during the Ramesside period in the 19th Dynasty
The tomb of Siptah referred as KV47 is located in the Valley of the Kings
Sitre In
The tomb number KV 60 in the Valley of the Kings at the west bank of Luxor
Tausert & Setnakht
The tomb KV14 in the Valley of the Kings at the west bank of Luxor in Egypt
Tutankhamen the meaning of which was the Living image of Amun
Tuthmosis I
Thutmosis I was the third Pharaoh who ruled in the 18th dynasty in Egypt
Tuthmosis I & Hatshepsut
The tomb KV 20 at the Valley of the Kings on the west bank of Luxor
Thutmosis III
KV34 in the Valley of the Kings is said to be the final resting place
Tuthmosis IV
Located in the east valley, the tomb of Tuthmosis IV
Tyti is believed to have been the wife of Ramesses III
Userhat (TT51)
Userhat lived during the 19th dynasty and had an unusual post of grave
Userhat (TT56)
Userhat who lived during the eighteenth dynasty in Egypt
Yuya & Tjuyu
Yuva ad Tjuyu, who lived during the 18th dynasty in Egypt


All of KV's Tombs