Sinai Peninsula in Egypt is a famous tourist destination in the country which is spread over an area of 64,000 Sq KM. The town is referred as a perfect destination to enjoy the sun, sea and adventures. Sinai houses the most popular as well as least developed beach resorts of Egypt, offering travelers of every kind an ideal accommodation option. see more @ http://www.ask-aladdin.com/Sinai-Travel-Information/
The mosque of Al Refaie' is considered one of the remarkable Islamic structures in Cairo. The mosque is located in the Qala'a square in front of the citadel just facing the great Mosque of Al Sultan Hassan. To see more visit: http://www.ask-aladdin.com/Egypt-Sites/islamic_monuments/Mosque_of_Al_Refaie.html
Temple of the Ramesseum was built by Ramses II the as a funerary Temple in 1304-1207 B.C, and it was dedicated to the God Ra. Most of the Temple is in a very bad condition nowadays, or in ruins.To see more visit:
Philae Island was a rocky island in the middle of the River Nile, south of Aswan . It was called in Hieroglyphic "Apo" which means Ivory. It was also known by the Greek "Elephantine", most probably because it was an important centre of trade, especially for ivory.
The Valley of The Nobles is locatThe site has rock cut tombs of Nobles, and high officials of ancient Egypt,ed on the west bank of Luxor, in an area called Sheik Abd El-Korna. who once served the Pharaohs during the time of the New Kingdom. (1500 - 500 BC). See more @ http://www.ask-aladdin.com/Egypt-Sites/Egypt-tombs/
The Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo is considered to be one of the largest and oldest museums in the world. The museum hosts more than 104 thousand displays reflecting the greatness of the Islamic civilization in Egypt and the whole Islamic world and how flourishing it has been for a very long period of time. See more at: http://www.ask-aladdin.com/Egypt-museums/Islamic-Museum.html
The Ismailia Museum opened in 1932 in a building constructed in a style inspired by the Greco-Roman architecture of Egypt. The collection includes approximately 4,000 objects from the Pharaonic and Graeco-Roman eras, including such outstanding pieces as a large and beautifully preserved Roman floor mosaic dating to the 3rd century BC. A beautiful garden serves as an open-air gallery for statuary and stelae. Labels are in Arabic and English. KNOW MORE AT: http://www.ask-aladdin.com/Egypt-museums/ismalia_museum.html
The pyramids belongs to Djedefre who reigned at the fourth dynasty after king khufu. The king reigned for about 8 years in total. His pyramid is in a very ruined condition today. The pyramid itself has a massive 49m channel cut into the bedrock to a 20m deep shaft. Djedefre's cartouche was found in the burial chamber and Because of that cartouche, we can say this pyramid belonged to him. the pyramid is built out of lime stone. The blocks of limestone, typical building blocks of the Giza tombs, were here angled towards the centre of the pyramid. See more at: http://www.ask-aladdin.com/Pyramids-of-Egypt/Pyramids-of-abu-rawash.html