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Despite ranking in the top 30 largest countries with its 1 million square kilometers of land, Egypt is a country that is notorious for its geographic ‘distribution.’ 99% of Egypt’s population utilizes only 5% of the total land area but nearly 100% of its aquatic resources as a result of the predominantly barren ecosystem. The lifeline of some 90 million human beings, the river Nile is the focal point of urban planning, an incredible 6,695 km gift of sustenance for Egypt and three other countries, making it the longest, and arguably most vital, river in the world. Learn more >>


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    Then on to Wadi el-Natroun (Natroun Valley). In the earliest decades of Christianity the desert expanses of Wadi el-Natroun became the site of anchoritic settlement and later of many monasteries in spiritual commemoration of the Holy Family's passage through the Valley. Return to Cairo to overnight. (B)

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