Sprout after spring, the question of tourism in Egypt

Sprout after spring, the question of tourism in Egypt

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The Egyptian government is in charge of setting as soon as possible a date for the Ministry of Antiquities start to review and repair all the heritage and historical complex of the country linked to different religious groups.

This action is somehow aimed at lifting the very poor tourist sector of the country of the pharaohs whose tourism has been strongly interrupted and is constantly declining as a result of the revolts that produced the fall of the Mubarak regime (2011) and the subsequent clashes between religious groups and other altercations.

It has been confirmed that they would first begin to renovate and repair the monuments related to Islamic Cairo (majority in the country), including the touristy Amr ibn Al-As mosque, then with Coptic Cairo (the main minority of the country), rebuilding its churches and even spoke of the synagogues of the Jewish minority, surely to appease from the tourist point of view, the confrontations between these religious groups that are causing so many headaches to the government and how negative they are for Egypt's image abroad.

And it is that in a country so battered by crisis, corruption, poverty, disorder, religious confrontations ... it is inevitable that tourist packages have dropped dramatically.

But Egypt is the jewel of the Nile, first-hand history in its monuments, deserts full of monumental jewels, the cradle of pharaohs and pyramids, whose culture, more than 3000 years later, continues to surprise and fascinate the world.

A positive image of Egypt must be promoted again and project it to the rest of the world, yes, after solving and appeasing the innumerable internal problems.

Some phrases from ancient Egyptian literature, exactly from the Harris 500 papyrus, v, 3-5 published in 1883 by Gaston Maspero and dating from 1300 BC, it could be the motto of a tourist campaign:

«If our hands were joined,
I would get your love back »

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