See the world-famous pyramids at Giza and more!
The medieval architecture and decoration of the Ben Ezra Synagogue reflect the Egyptian Jewish community's connections to the local visual culture.
The quality of the carvings on the Middle Kingdom White Chapel is exceptional.
The madrasa-mosque of Sultan Hasan remains one of the most ingeniously designed mosques in the history of Islamic architecture.
The Step Pyramid complex at Saqqara is the spark that leads to Egypt’s glorious Age of the Pyramids.
The church, baptistry, basilicas, public buildings, streets, monasteries, houses and workshops in this early Christian holy city were built over the tomb of the martyr Menas of Alexandria, who died in 296 C.E
Travel to the Sinai desert and discover the treasures of one of the world's oldest Christian monasteries
This massive temple complex was a major religious center—and its architecture mirrors ancient Egyptian creation myths.
Egyptian kings were typically men, but Hatshepsut became pharaoh and used art to convey her divine and royal authority.
Treasures, mummies, curses, and the boy king—since its discovery, King Tut’s tomb has captured the public mind.
Smallest of the Giza Pyramids, the Pyramid of Menkaure still rises to 213 feet—and was home to stunning sculpture.
Carved from bedrock, the Great Sphinx is one of the largest statues in the world—does it have the face of a pharaoh?
Largest of the Pyramids of Giza, the outer casing of this engineering marvel once shone bright white in the sun.