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Home of the ancient Pharaohs, Egypt is a dazzling destination of temples, and tombs that wow all who visit. It's not all historic treasures though, there's vast tracts of desert, superb scuba diving, and the famed Nile River, something for everyone. Beach lovers can head to the Sinai to soak up the sun, while archaeology fans will have a field day in Luxor.
It's a interesting country with their pyramids, beautiful, colorful cities, their rivers, and deserts. Egypt, as a unified country, is believed to have been created about 3,200BCE, though it's known a civilization existed here since the Neolithic period (8,800-4,700BCE), and perhaps as far back as the Paleolithic period.
So take a trip with me, and complete this puzzle.
|3||Why did Britian invade Egypt, and links the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea|
|5||What's the color of the flag's middle stripe that represent peace and freedom.|
|7||God of disorder, deserts, storms, and war. Usually has the head of an unidentified animal.|
|8||On which continent is Egypt located?|
|9||Capital of Egypt|
|11||Which god did the Egyptians believe invented writing and passed its secret to humans.|
|13||What kind of beetle was sacred to the Egyptians and represented life after death or resurrection?|
|15||Creator god, associated with fertility. Sometimes pictured as a goose, but most often represented as a man.|
|16||Within the Libyan Desert there's an enormous area of sand called Great _____ _____?|
|17||MONEY: What is Egyptian pound called?|
|19||Which city host one-third of all the monuments and antiquities of the world?|
|20||Ancient Egyptians believed this preservation ensured the deceased a safe passage to the afterlife.|
|21||Which animal was considered as sacred by Acient Egyptians?|
|24||What is Egypt second largest city?|
|26||What is Egypt's form of government|
|29||Which lake is the world's largest man-made reservoir in Egypt?|
|30||The official language of the Egyptians?|
|1||Nickname of the Boy King of Egypt, began his reign when he was only nine years old!|
|2||These were made from giraffe's tails, and considered a popular fashion in acient Egypt.|
|4||Who was the last female pharaoh of Egypt?|
|6||Which animal was considered bad omens and were associated with the evil god Seth|
|10||Who was considered the god of death?|
|12||The shape of these ancient structures is thought to have been inspired by the spreading rays of the sun.|
|14||The top stripe on the Egyptian flag is red. What does this color mean?|
|18||Which is Egypt's third largest city? Ancient Egyptians gateway to Africa?|
|22||This desert at one time was lush grassland and savannah.|
|23||Which kind of writings were used only for ritual purposes and official inscriptions|
|25||Without this river, all of Egypt would be desert.|
|27||The Great Pyramid at Giza has vents pointing to which constellation?|
|28||What is the last color on the flag that is in remembrance of the lives lost in Egypt's past of bitter conflicts.|
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