Elephantine Island
The ancient Egyptians used granite from Elephantine Island to build many of their temples. It was also a major place for the trade of ivory. The only thing left of this Pharaonic settlement, which is scattered around the island, is Khnum Temple, which dates back to the late Pharaonic period.
Kitchener's Island
Lord Kitchener's Island may be between the Cataract Islands and the city of Aswan, which is in the middle of the Nile River. This ride down the Nile is a pleasant surprise for many travelers in the spring and summer when they want to relax in a lush setting and enjoy the sounds and sights of the Nile.
Lake Nasser
Lake Nasser is one of the largest artificial lakes in the world, and it was made to look like a natural body of water. People from Egypt can come here. It was split into two halves, with 83 percent going to Egypt and the rest going to Sudan (the remaining 13 percent).
Nubian village
Aswan, in the southernmost part of Egypt, is a must-see place. On the western side of the Nile, Aswan is surrounded by several small islands and Nubian villages.
Kalabsha Temple
Kalabsha Temple is an absolute must-see in Aswan, which has long been considered the most picturesque city on the Nile River, is an absolute must-see in Aswan. Egyptians have been spending the winter there since the nineteenth century. The only opportunity to view the stunning Kalabsha Temple is on a pre-arranged trip to Egypt.
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