Step into a world of relaxation at one of #MyEgypt ’s signature springs… #Siwa springs! @lookatmydrone captures himself letting go and being one with nature.
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Fayoum has some of the craziest views out there, prepare for a sandy feed the next few weeks 😂.
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@mahmoudsharaf99 captures #MyEgypt from an angle we’re not used to… from above! As you can see, it is quite beautiful. Especially the way the #Nile merges with the green surrounding it. One can even say that this photo has been taken @pubg style! Tell us below what you think.
#MyEgypt is known for its dry atmosphere. However; it’s during this month that the weather becomes much better… usually colder! It even rains, which for us is considered the best part of the year as we don’t experience it often! @seifamro was able to share with us this lovely picture while walking across the 6th of October bridge!
Коптская христианская церковь, Шарм Эль Шейх. Впечатляет с первого взгляда ...👍😇 Необычность её и в 3D крестах (чтобы было видно со всех сторон и с воздуха), и в сочетании восточного и западного стилей.
В храме разрешается фотографировать📷, женщинам можно входить с непокрытой головой, но плечи и колени должны быть покрыты у всех.
На входе около охранника☝ (перед церковью установлен Блок-пост с рамкой и автоматчиками😎) выдаются накидки или балахоны, отчего вся экскурсионная группа становится похожа на каких-то сектантов.;))😂😂😂
✨Abu Simbel✨ ➡️swipe to see my new bff and photographer😂 #Egypt#myegypt
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Somewhere in Egypt by the Nile river sketching and making sure I remember this moment the way I felt it! 💙.
Yesterday was a huge wake up call for me! I found myself stuck in a position where I couldn’t function anymore! If it wasn’t for the amazing help of #mamamiks I truly wouldn’t have traveled back to Dubai and missed my flight. Yesterday taught me to work hard but make sure I take care of my health and soul first!.
Thank you all for the well wishes! I am fine, and back at school and I truly appreciate all the support and love! Yalla let’s kick the winter content for the next week, I hope u enjoy it as much as I enjoyed living it 🙏🏼💙.
“The Simoom” by Ludwig Hans Fischer (German, 1848–1915). Painted c.1878. Medium: Oil on Canvas. Size: 175.9 x 116.8 cm. (69.3 x 46 in.).𓋹
This is an Oriental painting and depicts a caravan or tribe enduring a simoom (Arabic: سموم samūm; from the root س م م s-m-m, سم "to poison") is a strong, dry, dust-laden wind. The word is generally used to describe a local wind that blows in the Sahara, Israel, Jordan, Syria, and the deserts of Arabian Peninsula. Its temperature may exceed 54 °C (129 °F) and the humidity may fall below 10% (Wikipedia). In the background, you can clearly see one of the two Colossi of Memnon at the Necropolis of Thebes 𓌀𓏏𓈈𓊖 “wAs.t”, Egypt 𓆎𓅓𓏏𓊖 “kmt”.𓋹
The golden Crook 𓋾 and Flail 𓌅 representing the royal office of the pharaoh 𓉐𓉼 “pr-eA” (Great House) Tutankhamen (𓏏𓅱𓏏𓋹𓇋𓏠𓋹𓋾𓉺𓇑 “twt-ankh-imn~ankh-hekA-iwnw-sw) ‘Tutankhamen, Living Ruler, King of Iwnw (Heliopolis).𓋹
The image also depicts golden 𓋞 “nbw” hands and a heart-scarab 𓆣 necklace. The flail is stranded with beads of Lapis 𓐍𓊃𓃀𓂧𓏬 “hsbd”, Carnelian 𓁷𓂋𓋴𓏏𓈒𓏫 “hrst” carnelian, and Green Feldspar 𓈖𓈙𓅓𓏏𓈒𓏬 “nšat” beads 𓃀𓈖𓈖𓈒𓏬.𓋹
“The Obsequies of an Egyptian Cat”, a painting by John Reinhard Weguelin (1849-1927) and created in c.1886. This painting is the genre of Orientalism.
A priestess 𓁙 offers gifts of food and milk to the spirit of a cat. On an altar stands the mummy of the deceased, and the tomb is decorated with frescoes (depicting Egyptians 𓆎𓅓𓏏𓀂𓀭𓏪 “kmt” preparing offering), urns of fresh flowers, lotus blossoms, and statuettes. The priestess kneels as she wafts incense smoke toward the altar. In the background, a statue of Sekhmet 𓌂𓐍𓅓𓏏𓆗 “shm.t” or Bastet 𓃠 guards the entrance to the tomb.