Interesting facts
Yes, the ancient Egyptians invented the 365-days a year calendar, to predict the yearly floodings of the Nile river.

How cool is that? Egypt may be home to the world’s first fashion house. I wonder if they had their own brand as well?

Many people believe the pyramids were being built by slaves, but that’s is not the case. They were paid laborers, and most of them built with great honor towards the Pharao and those who died were buried in the tombs near the sacred pyramids.

With an estimated population of 22 million and approximately 500 square km, Cairo is the largest city in Africa and the Middle East.

That’s a lot of Facebook users, and it’s continuously growing. Five million users make it the most active Facebook community in the Middle East.

Another fun fact about Egyptian football. There are two teams that are fierce rivals, but still sharing the same stadium, much like in Italy were A.C Milan and Inter are sharing the same stadium, even though they are rivals!

The teams are Al Ahly SC and Zamalek SC, and they are both playing at Cairo International Stadium. The derby is known as the Clasico El-Arab.

The Ancient Egyptians had so many gods that literally every city had their own favorite deity.

Aswan high dam is the world’s largest dam, built to contain the raging waters of the world’s longest river, the Nile.

But, many also understand English or French. Egypt is also home to the largest Arabic population, another interesting fact about Egypt.

Aswan is the third sunniest place in the world with 3863 hours of sun each year, that’s 10 hours of sun a day! So, if you’re longing for some extra sun, you should go to Aswan, in the southern part of the country!


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