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Alexandria from Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Mosque.
Alexandria: Panorama of the City and Port with key in Dutch and French After the 1665 view by Arnoldus Montanus.
Ras Mohammed: Double panorama of the inlet on the Red Sea. From the west and from Cherm El Bir.
Sphinx (Abu al Haul): With the Pyramids of Cheops (Khufu) and Chephren (Khafre): Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Bab al-Kalabsha: Portico of the Temple of Kalabshi, the lesser sun god Mandulis. Built in 30 BC but never completed, the temple was moved to Lake Nasser after the building of the Aswan dam.
Sphynx, Obelisk, and Pyramids.
Cairo: Panorama from the environs.
Cairo: Panoramic view from the pyramids of Giza to the citadel of Cairo with key. The Anglo-Egyptian War of 1882 ended with a British victory that expanded the Empire’s control over Egypt.
Tel El Kebir: Bird’s Eye with key of General Wolseley’s victory over the Arabi Pasha’s Egyptian forces.
Medinet Abou (Habu): Mortuary temple of Usimare Ramesses III. Interior of the ruins.
Suez Canal: Procession of ships celebrating the opening of the canal after 10 years of construction to link Eastern Asia and Europe.
Approach of the Simoon: The Great Sphynx with the infamous, hot cyclonic wind twisting up before the darkening sun. The most dramatic scene in the series. RARE subscribers’ edition.
Sphynx and Pyramids of Khufu, Kharfre, Menkuare and one of the pyramids of the Queens.
Nile River from Cairo to Khartoum: Showing the route from Cairo of the expedition led by Gen. Wolseley to relieve Gen. Gordon at Khartoum.
Luxor (Thebes): Southwest ruins on the Nile.
Boulak: View of the port from the River Nile.
Alexandria: Panorama of the city with vignettes of Cleopatra’s Palace, Alexander’s obelisque and the tower interior with text in French.