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50 L.E

Globetrotter Best of Cairo and Luxor

Ronbin Gauldie
The Egypt Globetrotter Travel Pack comprises the Travel Guide and a full-size Travel Map. The handy travel guide is crammed with up-to-date, useful information, travel tips, and recommendations for the traveler. Both attractive and practical, it includes sound suggestions on where to tour, stay, eat,...

40 L.E

Exploring the Red Sea & Eastern Desert Heritage and Nature Map in Full Color

Also Available in French,German
Gabriel Mikhail
This lavishly illustrated fold-out map and guide reveals the spectacular wilderness areas of Egypt’s Eastern Desert and Red Sea, with their varied marine and terrestrial wildlife and habitats, indigenous nomadic peoples with distinct cultures, and unique archaeological sites. This exotic desert–sea region...

30 L.E

Egypt Pocket Guide

Also Available in French,German,Italian,Russian,Spanish
Alberto Siliotti
Different Titles in a pocket Form, easy to cary, for good price. Available Titles:The Valley of the Kings and the Theban Tombs Sinai Islamic Cairo Abu Simbel and the Nubian Temples Alexandria and the North Coast The Pyramids Luxor, Karnak, and the Theban Temples Aswan The Oases Coptic Egypt The...

60 L.E

Cairo The Practical Guide Maps. New Revised Edition

Compiled by Claire E. Francy Updated and edited by Lesley Lababidi
Updated and expanded for 2006, Cairo: The Practical Guide Maps includes all the principal areas of metropolitan Cairo and Giza. The easy-to-use format and clear, uncluttered cartographic style make finding where you want to go a pleasure

70 L.E

Cairo The Practical Guide. New Revised Edition

Compiled by Claire E. Francy Updated and edited by Lesley Lababidi
The guide described by The New York Times as “indispensable,” revised and updated for 2006, fills a vital niche for expatriates and Cairenes alike who need a helping hand to organize—and enjoy—the challenges of a sojourn in Cairo. The basics of daily life—finding a flat, transporting personal goods,...

80 L.E

Cairo The Family Guide. New Revised Edition

Lesley Lababidi In collaboration with by Lisa Sabbahy
Although there is a wealth of guidebooks to Cairo, this is the first to specifically target the needs of families with children. Now fully revised and updated, Cairo: The Family Guide provides all families living in Cairo—expatriate and Egyptian alike—with the resources and information needed to explore...

90 L.E

Alexandria and the Egyptian Mediterranean A Traveler’s Guide

Jenny Jobbins and Mary Megalli
The Mediterranean coast of Egypt stretches for 1,000 kilometers from Sallum in the west to Rafah in the east, exhibiting a variety of littoral landscapes—rocky shores and white sand beaches where the Western Desert meets the sea, low-lying wetlands along the edge of the Nile Delta, and rolling dunes...

200 L.E

Abydos Egypt’s First Pharaohs and the Cult of Osiris

David O’Connor
As both the burial place of the first pharaohs and a cult center for the god Osiris, Abydos was of immense importance to the ancient Egyptians for thousands of years and continues to yield spectacular discoveries. However, no full analysis of the site has been written in the last thirty years. Here David...
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