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Egypt is the land of pharaohs, pyramids, mummies, and other archeological riddles. The Giza pyramid is the last remaining ancient Wonder of the World, and it still stirs up people's imaginations. Hatshepsut's temple built into a cliff, the Saqqara burial grounds, the Valley of the Kings, the monumental forest of pillars of the Karnak temple, the monuments of Theba, Memphis and Luxor all enchant visitors. Includes: boat trips on the Red Sea, Jeep safari on Sinai Peninsula, and more.
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Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 5, 2010).
Originally produced in 2009.
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Also available as DVD; previously issued as TravelVideoStore.com 123.
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