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A Look Of Egypt Essay

284 words - 2 pages

A Look at Egypt

April 18,2013

A look at Egypt
Egypt is known as the popular country in Africa and the Middle East. It has over 80 million people in this country. This land is mostly covered by the Sahara Desert. The major cities of Egypt are Cairo, and Alexandria. There are many different types of monuments that contribute to the history of Egypt. A monument is a type of ...view middle of the document...

It was known in ancient times, as advance technology. In the winter time, this is where the most rain occurs. In the summer the temperature is about 80 to 90 degrees. In the winter time it ranges from 50 to 70 degrees. Like the United States, it has a president but they also have a Prime Minister that helps to control the people of the country. However, in the previous centuries , they had a king that rule the nation. The most famous of them all would be King Tutankhamen. He was young pharaoh but had a tragic end. Other pharaohs that are also commonly known is Nefertiti, Hatshepsut and Ramesses II. Egypt was the first major civilization that had used the arts to design their temples and pyramids. The Egyptians eat many vegetable like food and seafood. Football in Egypt is like football in the United States, it is one of the most popular sports in the country. Egypt is the most well-known country and it has many different aspects that contribute to the history of the country.

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