Enjoy reading and exploring more about Ancient Egyptian History through selected books available in the Historia Library.
The Nubian Museum covers 50,000 square meters, 7,000 of which are devoted to the building, while the rest are devoted to gardens and other public spaces. The building has three floors for displaying and housing, in addition to a library and information center. Monumental pieces occupy most of the museum, reflecting phases of the development of Nubian culture and civilization.
To visit a Nubian Village is to experience something completely different from any other Egyptian village scene. At Gharb Sohail, a Nubian Village of about 3,000 inhabitants, a short distance from Aswan in Upper Egypt, visitors have the privilege of getting to know a little of the Nubians’ unique culture, language, traditions, music, art, crafts, and food.
Lord Kitchener, who owned the 6.8-hectare island in the 1890s, converted it to a botanical garden filled with birds, hundreds of plant species, and palm trees.
The most charming souq in Egypt, there is far less pressure to buy than in other cities. Buy Nubian talismans, baskets, Sudanese swords, African masks, live products, food, fruit, vegetables, henna powder, t-shirts, perfume, spices, robes, and statues.