Aswan (Aswan or Syene) the Egyptian city of Aswan, the provincial capital, the Egyptian street is the cleanest, most beautiful city. The Nile in Upper Egypt, “the first radical Beach” under the east coast, 900 kms from Cairo. Population 150,000 (1980). Ancient worked relay station, barracks and trade with neighbors to the south station. It is now Egypt and other African countries trade center, is also the gateway leading to the Sudan. Nile near large dams and hydropower stations built to form a national power base. Textiles, sugar, chemical, leather and other industries, but also mining of iron ore and building stone. Important river port. Cairo railroad. Winter resort and tourist attractions. Yebo city of ancient sites and museums, botanical gardens and other attractions.
Originally known as the Allais Aswan square court, Aswan is the Greek word “elephant” in Italy, C?te language the meaning of the market in Aswan, Aswan is a cheerful Arabic meaning Everything in the description, this land of prosperity, both past and present. Aswan, such as Simon in a monastery like this, it is also to visit Luxor, Abu Simbel temples, shrines and other Felli important tourist attractions in southern Egypt, an important transit point for most tourists chooses to travel south of Aswan to depot.
In fact, the Aswan itself is a worthy place to hang around. Binhe opened in 1899 on the Falls Hotel, who have the old Agatha Christie’s most famous book – “Death on the Nile” in the part. Cruises and noisy market across the street, vendors selling spices in the sun and the pita bread in the dust boy completely different form the sides of the city – just two sides of the country is Egypt.