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I will be in New York on October 1st.  Seddik Presents: Student Discounts Available  ---------------------------- Feluccaruise: SaiListen to the Story of the Nile Led by the Emir of Rhyme  Thursday, the 25th of September at 6:00 pm WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com ----------------------------------------------------- Walking Tour of the City of the Dead The Petropolis of the Mamelukes Friday, 26th of September at 10:00 a.m. www.Seddik.com WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com The scintillating City of the Dead, anecdotally known as Al-Qarafa, is so full of life and amenities that if you sum, you realize it is more town than slum. We will be able to label the fabled vast necropolis and feast our eyes on monuments glorious from the City Victorious. The lively City of the Dead is a treasure trove of masterpieces from almost all eras of Egyptian history. Walking there gives you
Seddik Presents: ( Student Discounts Available) SaiListen to the Story of the Nile Saturday, 25th of September, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email:  ahmed.seddik@gmail.com   ----------------------------- ------------------------------ ---------------- Tour of Saqqara Pyramids, Tombs and Temples www.Seddik.com WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email:  ahmed.seddik@gmail.com "Journey back in time to find the mind behind the fine Pyramid of Zoser!" “The glorious ground around the mound abounds with countless reliefs revealing the site’s majestic nature through a hieroglyphic signature.” - Ahmed Seddik Monuments we are likely to see and/or explore: Tomb of Horemheb, Generalissimo of the Egyptian Army Tomb of the Manicurists and Pedicurists of the King Tomb of the Prime Minister of Egypt Mereruka The Valley Temple of King Unas The Step Pyramid Complex The Oldest Museum Label Ancient Egyp
Seddik Presents: Walking Tour of the City of the Dead The Petropolis of the Mamelukes Friday, 19th of September, at 8:00 a.m. WhatsApp and/or call: 01006768269 or email: ahmed.seddik@gmail.com The scintillating City of the Dead, anecdotally known as Al-Qarafa, is so full of life and amenities that if you sum, you realize it is more town than slum. We will be able to label the fabled vast necropolis and feast our eyes on monuments glorious from the City Victorious. The lively City of the Dead is a treasure trove of masterpieces from almost all eras of Egyptian history. Walking there gives you an encyclopedic tour of Egyptian history. True to the vision of some of its founders, the City of the Dead has the power to entertain the mind and retain the body. Around 100,000 Cairenes live here amongst the dead. At the pinnacle of Islamic art, the monuments are architected to articulate the vision of the stellar dweller. Picnic among the graves in the City Beyond the