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Egyptian Economics
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Outline : Introduction for Egypt Egyptian economic Statistics The effect of revolution and military coup
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Introduction For Egypt INTRO GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION NATURAL RESOURCES EGYPTIAN CULTURE
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Introduction For Egypt Egypt is perhaps one of the very few countries that has a big haul of history amidst historical controversies. People like the Jewish hero Moses, Queen Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, Alexander the Great, King Tut and others have donned the land. Egypt showcases much of man's history, his ato tell a tale for our future generations.
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Introduction For Egypt Egypt is located in the north eastern tip of Africa and is bounded by Palestine to the East, the Mediterranean Sea to the North, Libya to the West and Sudan to the South. Officially, Egypt is known as the Arab Republic of Egypt.
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Introduction For Egypt From the hotels in Tel Aviv to those in Cairo, the region is home to some of the finest hotels in the world. Cairo, which happens to be the largest city in Africa and the Middle East, is Egypt's capital. Egyptian Pounds is the official national currency and is divided into 100 Piastres (in - Sep 2012, one US Dollar gets you about 6.1 Egyptian Pound) Believe or not : now one US Dollar gets you about 15 Egyptian pound..
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Introduction For Egypt The River Nile has been a breeding ground for several kingdoms and dynasties in Egypt for a period of over 5000 years. Egypt has been named in the Old Testament of the Bible with the Champion of the Jews, Moses, leading the Jewish slaves from the clutches of the King Rameses. Egyptian history could be divided into several eras. One of the very first and long standing eras is the Pharaonic era which witnessed thirty dynasties rule over the land in a span of 2500 years.
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Introduction For Egypt 97 pyramids, which are the tombs of the pharaohs, were built along with the world famous sphinx during this era.
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Introduction For Egypt The Pharaonic era came to an end with the conquest of Alexander the Great, giving birth to Ptolemaic era. This dynasty ruled over Egypt for close to 300 years and ended with the Roman invasion and the death of Queen Cleopatra VII. Alexander established Alexandria which became the capital of ancient Egypt.
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Introduction For Egypt Following the fall of Ptolemies, Egypt was ruled over by the Arabs, Ottomans, Muhammad Ali and finally became a British colony in 1882. Egypt was plundered and exploited by the British for the next forty years until it came independent in 1922 after several nationalist and resistance movements.
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Introduction For Egypt Pyramids: The Egyptian Pyramids are and remain the largest constructed monuments in the entire world. They are the tombs of pharaohs who lie mummified after their death for their final journey. It has been estimated there are around 97 pyramids standing in Egypt today.
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Introduction For Egypt The Giza Pyramids consists of three world popular pyramids and is guarded by the lion headed Sphinx. One of the Giza Pyramids, the Cheops Pyramid (also known as Great Pyramid) is the tallest and the most spectacular of them all, standing at 145 meters tall.
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