8 Days , 5 Cities
Treasures of Egypt & Nile Cruise
Egypt is probably the world’s oldest civilization having emerged from the Nile Valley around 3,100…
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The temple of Isis was one of the last ancient Egyptian temples to remain active, as it continued to function until the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I (527–565 AD), who ordered the foreclosure of all pagan temples. It is here that a priest of Isis, named Esmet-Akhom carved the very last dated hieroglyphic inscription, which dates to the late 4th century AD (394 AD). The temple was converted into a Christian church and many inscriptions were deliberately destroyed.
Price per person minimum 2 guests.
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Price excluding international and domestic flights
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