Seeing Egypt Solo! (Cairo, Garbage City, Giza and more!)

author Samantha McLeod   4 мес. назад

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The Great Pyramid Mystery Has Finally Been Solved

The mystery of Giza has finally been solved: archaeologists uncovered who made the Great Pyramid and how they managed to build one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world. The Great Pyramid of Giza, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is visited by millions of tourists every year. If you have been to Egypt, you probably also have a fun picture of you pointing at the top of the Pyramids or “holding” the Sphinx in your hand. You only have to travel 15 miles from the center of modern Cairo to find yourself thousands of years back in time… in your imagination, even though the pyramids help a lot to make it seem real. Many scientists, archeologists, and history fans would give anything to travel in time to answer one question. It has been the topic of debate and research for centuries. How was the Great Pyramid built? Were aliens involved in the process? Good news is, you don’t have to wait for time travel to be invented to find out the answer. TIMESTAMPS The prevailing theory of how the Great Pyramid was built 1:24 More bizarre theories about the Great Pyramid 3:45 One of the theories involved levitation 5:49 The mystery has been solved 6:36 The secret of the Great Pyramid is no longer a mystery to you. You see, it took no aliens, but hard work, limestone, and wooden boats to create one of the wonders of the ancient world. Give this video a “thumbs up” if you liked it, and make sure to subscribe to our channel not to miss any updates. Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: SMART Youtube: Subscribe to our new channel 'SLICK SLIME SAM' - Give a thumbs–up to see more adventures! 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:


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CAIRO Egypt's top places to visit

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Cairo/ Giza: Local transport | Hotels | offline Maps | Tourist Hassles in Egypt (2018) After arriving from Alexandria, I took a bus to Giza Pyramids from a bus terminal inside the city of Giza. Thanks to the helpful people who guided me to the bus terminal. In the initial part of the video, you will see the mad traffic of Giza; you'll get a glimpse local transportation in Egypt. The bus I took to my hotel in Giza is called minibus. I have shared information about the Minibus fare in Cairo and Giza. The person sitting beside me also helped me to understand the mobile service providers in Egypt. So there is a mention of the best mobile network in Egypt. The video will also show you the hotel rating scam which I went through. The people, in general, are helpful, but there were few incidents which lead to tourist's harassments. Such events make a tourist feel unsafe in Egypt. In the latter part of the video, you'll find hotels near Giza Pyramids. I stayed in one of them. I got a good view of the pyramids from its rooftop. How to get Egypt's Visa - If you have any other query feel free to ask at - (It may not be possible for me to answer every question here, but other group members, travellers, and travel experts can help you) Other travel series - # THAILAND playlist - # EUROPE Playlist - # BANGLADESH playlist - # SPITI (India) playlist - # MALAYSIA playlist - # RUSSIA playlist - # BALI playlist - # MIZORAM playlist - PLEASE SHARE THE VIDEOS AND LET OTHERS GET INFORMED ABOUT THIS CHANNEL Achaidh Cheide - Celtic by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence ( Source: Artist: My blog: THINGS I USE WHILE TRAVELLING Camera 1: Camera 2: Gimbal: Monopod: phone: For Video editing: Rucksack -

What It's Like To Walk Alone As A Woman In Cairo

Follow us on Facebook to stay updated on the full documentary! Support us on Kickstarter! This video shows what it’s like for a girl to walk alone in Cairo, no matter what time of day. Though the video only includes stares, it gives an idea of just how intimidating it can be in the street. As a woman, Egyptian or foreign, comments and stares are the norm every time we step out the door, no matter what we’re wearing. From our interview with Egyptian Streets: COULD YOU TELL US HOW THE VIDEO WAS RECORDED? Colette walked down the Kasr El-Nil bridge, secretly recording with an iPhone. She held it by her mouth with headphones plugged in and pretended to talk on the phone. She pretended to be deep in conversation, looking straight ahead of her. Whenever she felt eyes on her, she turned the phone slightly towards them. The clip was filmed in a single 5 minute walk around sunset, as people often gather on the bridge after the temperature cools down. We made sure to record Colette beforehand in order to show her appearance. Because she is of Arab descent, she fits in with Egyptian society more easily. She wore a long skirt, a t-shirt, and a cardigan to prevent any dismissals of the footage, such as having worn something to provoke them. As groups of men often stare together, we decided to slow down the video for viewers to view all their intimidating expressions at once. We also recorded catcalls while filming, but because Colette was pretending to be on the phone, we couldn’t include them without hearing her speak in Arabic. Instead, we decided to pair the footage with the song “A3akes Ah At7rash La2″ by Sadat & Fifty, translating to “Flirting, Yes, Harassment, No.” We thought it was particularly fitting since most young men listen to popular Electro Sh3abi music. Find out more at Egyptian Streets:

Second part of my time in Egypt. This was me going all around Cairo and seeing all the main sites and being a tourist! (lol)

This was in February 2018

(also sorry about that "title text" thing at the end. I am not the most advanced editor yet. I will get there eventually. lol.)

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