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In the sixth century AD, Sadmant al-Gabal was predominantly Christian, with 1,300 monks making up the Fayoum diocese. Beyond the fertile land, towards the desert, lies the Monastery of St. George, damaged, rebuilt, destroyed, restored and expanded over the ages. The newly restored monastery...
Dr. Fouad Bahgat says that after Noah cut down the trees, he left them to dry for about 40 years. This long period prevented the ship from decaying.
Egypt’s oldest mosque suffers from faulty restoration in the past and rising ground water and urgently needs restoration.
This holy tree that we are talking about is present at the Monastery of Saint Catherine, South Sinai, and under the Mountain of Moses. Its importance is due to its religious significance in the Holy Qur’an.
An article on: - The opening of the church of the prophet Moses for visiting tourists. 3750 steps lead to the place where Moses talked to God, - A protocol for twining with the Greek town of St. Catherine, - Renovation of tourist hotels and villages, completion of the building of a new hospital...
It has been a century since his birth, and he has devoted the better part of these 100 years to a scrupulous, monumental task; the publication, for the first time in history, of the musical notation, accompanied by verbal transcription, of the Liturgy of St Basil.
A detailed description of the route of the Holy Family from place to place.
Around 2000 years ago the Holy Family fled to seek refuge in Egypt fearing persecution from the Roman Emperor. The Virgin Mary, baby Jesus and Joseph fled from Palestine, trekked through the Sinai desert until they reached the Nile Delta.
The year 2000 celebrations will witness a project of the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism to draw the map of the Holy Journey into Egypt.
The sycamore tree, which is believed to have given shade to the Holy Family during their journey into Egypt, has become a renowned landmark and a tourist site.

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