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Nile River, Cairo

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The lifeblood of ancient civilizations and modern Egypt, Nile River served as the source and inspiration behind many agricultural revolutions, technological innovations, cultural traditions, and works of art. Head down the river as part of a cruise, stopping off to see ancient monuments and storied settlements, all owing their existence to the flooding banks of the mighty waterway. The longest river in the world, this body of water is 6,853 km (4,258 mi) long, flowing through 11 countries. PutNile River into our Cairo planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Dream cruise in the land of the Pharaohs, sailing through southern Egypt and discover the most incredible and majestic temples between the cities of Luxor and Aswan.  more »
  • In the evening, throngs of people converge to the river to take pictures, listen to the music, walk along side it, etc. Loud party boats fill in the night with sound and light!  more »
  • The Nile is truly an experience, flowing from south to north, this deep wide, life giving source is just breath taking, we had dinner on the Nile as qe watched the 🌇 sunset. A resource that must be....  more »
  • The most beautiful and fresh water in life is definitely the Nile River
  • The importance of the Nile to Egypt ... Ibn al-Qayyim, may God have mercy on him, said: Our Sheikh Abu al-Abbas Ahmad bin Taymiyyah used to say: (The land of Egypt) does not benefit it from rain, so if it rained normally, it did not benefit and did not see it, and if the rain continued on it, it would demolish homes and cut off livelihoods, so God rained the country of Abyssinia and Nubia, and then brought water to it. Interest Deposit (3/110) Imam Ibn Kathir said: () Do they not see I cite water to the land barren (the land of Egypt only, but are some of the intended, and like many of the commentators out, are no [are] intended alone, but Eats her wanted pieces of this verse, they are in the same land of loose chunks, you need to If the water had fallen on it as rain, its buildings would have been destroyed. Viswq God to the Nile including endures from the increase of rain Abyssinia, and the red clay, Vigshy the land of Egypt, a land of marsh Sanders in need of that water, so clay also to grow planting it, exploits every year on new water rainy in the country, and clay New from other than their own, so praise the wise, the gracious, the good, the praiseworthy in the beginning! ).

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