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By Mohamed Hassan Bell High School
An Outreach at Granada Hills Charter High School Los-Angeles-CA
Where is Egypt? 1-In the north west of Africa. 2-In the south west of Africa. 3-In the north east of Africa.
What is the capital of Egypt? 1-Cairo 2-Alexandria 3-Qena
The capital of Egypt is Cairo.
What is the total area of Egypt? 1-Around 1,oooooo square km. 2-Around 2, square km. 3-Around 4, square km.
The total area of Egypt is about 1, square km,most of it is desert and most of the population settle on the banks of the Nile River The total area of Egypt is about 1, square km,most of it is desert and most of the population settle on the banks of the Nile River
What is the total number of population in Egypt? 1-Almost 70 million 2-More than 80 million 3-More than 9 million
The total number of the population in Egypt is About 80 million.
What is the weather like in Egypt? 1-Cold and rainy. 2-Windy and cloudy. 3-Hot and dry.
The weather in Egypt is hot and dry in summer and warm in winter
What is the official language in Egypt? 1-English 2-Arabic 3-French
The official language of Egypt is Arabic.English is considered a second language
What is the official religion in Egypt? 1-Judism 2-christianity 3-Islam
Muslims and Christians The official religion in Egypt is Islam, although 5% of the population are Christians.
What are the main crops in Egypt? 1-Wheat,rice, sugar cane, fruit and vegetables. 2-Fruit,vegetables and wheat. 3-Sugar cane,apples,coffee and rice.
The main crops in Egypt are wheat,rice,sugar cane, fruit and vegetables.
What is the name of the river that runs through Egypt? 1-Forat River. 2-Nile River. 3-The Blue River.
The River Nile is the only river which is running from south to north of Egypt with a length of 6,600 km.
Temples and Tombs
Islamic Egypt El Azhar Mosque
Egyptian Food Koshari,fool and falafel
The Red Sea Resorts
Nile Cruises Since the dawn of recorded history the Nile has been a major highway for commerce, festivals and holidays. Ancient Egypt thrived off it's waters and history is full of stories about the river.