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أغاني نجاة الصغيرة
نجاة
التفاصيل
(85231 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Najet saghira songs
مش ممكن أسامحك
نجاة
التفاصيل
(23512 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Mish Momkin Asamhak
عيون القلب
نجاة
التفاصيل
(28229 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Eyoun El Qalb
يا حنينة
نجاة
التفاصيل
(21470 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Ya Henayina
يا هاجر بحبك
نجاة
التفاصيل
(22950 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Ya Hager Bahebak
ليلة من الليالي
نجاة
التفاصيل
(29489 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Liela Min El Layali
أوصف لى الحب
نجاة
التفاصيل
(16585 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Ewsefoly el Hob
نسي
نجاة
التفاصيل
(18985 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Nessy
إلا فراق الأحباب
نجاة
التفاصيل
(19598 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Illa Foraq il a7bab
سهران يا قمر
نجاة
التفاصيل
(16159 hits)
الموطن : مصر
Mp3 from Album : Sahran ya 9amar


 
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NILE VALLEY

Discover the eternal Egypt of the Pharaohs and Great Pyramids, the last remaining wonders in the world, from the banks of the world’s second longest river, the Nile. The traces of this 5000 years civilization border the river valley for more than a thousand kilometers.

Alexandria and its legendary port shines as the “Pearl of the Eastern Mediterranean” with its oriental flair and deep historical, cultural and archaeological heritage, and along all the North Coast with its stunning beaches. Cairo embodies 150 generations of history, with the Great Pyramids rising on the Giza Plateau. The magnificent columned halls in the temple of Karnak in Luxor have been impressing visitors for millennia. In Aswan, a lasting impression is left by the enchanting river scenery of the First Cataract. The grand finale of a journey into the deep south of Egypt is the awesome Temple of Ramses II in Abu Simbel.

In front of such scenery, a Nile cruise becomes a journey of personal discovery, through a land which nouri

A Red Sea diving holiday in Egypt is simply unforgettable. Well-established diving centres will gladly provide you with scuba diving information and arrange courses, daily excursions, and live-aboard trips to almost anywhere, from the gigantic coral outcrops of Taba to the vertical walls of Ras Mohammed, from the wrecks of Sha'ab Abu Nuhas to the lonely offshore islands of The Brothers and Zabargad. The Red Sea is dubbed Egypt’s “Garden of Allah”, due to the wealth of underwater pristine life.

The Egyptian Red Sea offers the world's best scuba diving: at only a few hours by plane from Europe, you find superb visibility (up to 50 metres), abundant and diverse fish life (over 1,000 species), countless varieties of hard and soft coral (over 400 species), year-round diving in comfortable water temperatures (18° to 26° Celsius), incredibly diverse underwater topography, spectacular wall and shipwreck destinations, sunny weather and pleasant air temperatures (18° to 40° Celsius), and easy access to diving locations. Browse through our Red Sea dive sites maps and you will be impressed by the range of diving possibilities.
Divers at Marsa Shagra
It is no surprise therefore that Red Sea diving is one of the most sought-after holidays. Whether a hopeful wannabe or expert diver, eight year-old kid or sporting grandmother, diving can be experienced and enjoyed by nearly everyone.
The Red Sea is an enormous basin, 2350km (≈1400 miles) long by about 350km (≈220 miles) broad at its widest point, enclosed to the north by the Gulfs of Suez and Aqaba, and at its southernmost point the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, which is hundreds of metres deep. The sea is has a truly unique ecosystem, surrounded as it is, by red-hued bauxite mountains that some believe to be the origin of the name Mare Rostrum – the Red Sea. It was formed 25 million years ago by the separation of the African Continent from the Arabian Peninsula. It is distinguished by the volcanic activity in its shallows, its regular currents, the small tidal range, a salt content of 4.1% (the world’s seas average 3.2%), and a water temperature that drops only slightly in its depths.
The Red Sea has been a commercial highway between the East and the West since classical antiquity. Boats departed loaded with copper, pottery, and cloths to return laden with silks, spices, wood, and even elephants. The cutting of the Suez Canal in 1869 boosted and encouraged a tradition of many centuries of sailing, interspersed with shipwrecks and piratry. Today the Sea is an essential destination for divers the world over.
The Red Sea, salad coral and diver
AN ARMY OF BUILDERS: THE CORALS
Over 250 species of coral exist in the Red Sea, 8% of which are endemic. The organism is made up of “heads” of polyps.
Half animal and half vegetable, the corals have invaded the reefs like an army of builders. When a colony dies, another starts building on its calcareous skeleton… But this activity can be misleading as, depending on the species, it only grows at a rate of a few millimetres or centimetres per year – so it takes thousands of years for the coral to carpet the seafloor and model out the relief.
The Red Sea, bubble coral and shrimp
A GIANT AQUARIUM 
With 1248 species, of which 17% are endemic, the Red Sea is like a magnificent aquarium, and its reefs are a haven for many species of fish. Some use them to hide from predators, others lay their eggs there, and for most the reefs are their feeding grounds.
FATAL ATTRACTION
There is a seemingly infinite aquatic palette of shapes, colours, spots, and stripes. But great care must be taken – it is forbidden to touch these creatures, and some of them can be dangerous. So, keep your hands out of harm’s way and concentrate on controlling your buoyancy instead! 

The Red Sea, remora attached to a tortoise shell
THE PREDATORS
Although they are rarely aggressive in the Red Sea, it must always be remembered that sharks are predators. Resist the temptation to provoke a reaction from reef and whitetip sharks, which are known for their curiosity and timidity, and the nurse sharks that skim the seafloor. The vast majority of sharks are found away from the reefs, like the curiously shaped hammerhead shark, or the leopard shark, with the same spots as his terrestrial counterpart, and less frequently you can encounter the oceanic whitetip shark (Longimanus) and the whale shark, the real colossi of the seas.
UNDERSEA LIFE AROUND THE WRECKS
The wrecks provide the ideal environment for a whole range of different organisms: alcyonarians, fan corals, and stony corals can transform the rustiest of hulls into a wonderful garden that is home to shellfish, molluscs, parrotfish, and also morays, lionfish, and crocodilefish. But, the star of the wrecks is undoubtedly the grouper, the ever-present guardian of sunken ships.
Red Sea, Diver and Skate
A MULTICOLOURED WORLD
Are you a diver who is thirsting to find a solemate in the blue? Well, to help you out a little, here is a list of the main inhabitants in the Red Sea.
 
The Red Sea, clown fish and anemones
Sea Anemone and clownfish
The two animals have a symbiotic relationship: protected from the anemone's stinging tentacles by a substance that they continuously secrete, the clownfish feed the anemones and they, in turn, defend them against attack from other fishes.


The Red Sea, alcyonarians (soft coral) and orange anthias Anthias
Fifteen centimetres long, it is distinguished by its orange marking (the female's eyes are rimmed with a distinct purple marking); it swims in shoals and lights up the reefs with its bright colours.



Titan Triggerfish
A large, brownish, lightly streaked fish with fins that are rimmed with black. During the reproductive season, between April and June, the triggerfish will attack divers that enter its territory by going for their flippers.

Barracuda
Silver with black stripes, this slender predator has sharp teeth that can inflict a dangerous bite. They swim in groups when young, and swim alone when older. Like magpies, they are attracted to shiny objects.

Pufferfish
Pufferfish have large heads and round protruding eyes – the pufferfish is the ugly duckling of the seas. Bad swimmers, these mainly nocturnal bluffers defend themselves by inflating their bodies like balloons, which makes their quills bristle.

Blackspotted Sweetlips
You will see these Pacific fish in shoals and in shallow water. The distinctive black lines present at the beginning of their lives fade with time.


 
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