Gizeh


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Synonyms for Gizeh

an ancient Egyptian city on the west bank of the Nile opposite Cairo

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That these altogether rational, scientific, and not otherwise delusional persons focused their metrological speculations on the Great Pyramid of Gizeh was not, in itself, much out of step with their age.
We travelled in the pyramid train to Gizeh, along the tree-lined route, importuned by sly grog sellers and an army of mendicants.
Finally, BBA also acquired the outstanding 50% of Gizeh Spuntec Vliesstoffe GmbH from Ferma Gizeh-Werk for DM 6 million.
The reconstruction of a historical point of view, however, is not Mann's project, as is clearly shown in his discussion of the Great Pyramid at Gizeh.
26-27) dealing with half a dozen medieval European travellers in Egypt only as "Latrun"; the work he was using was Jean Antoine Letronne, "Sur le revetement des pyramides de Gizeh .
Il etait fantastique, tout a bien fonctionne[beaucoup plus grand que], a declare Borschberg, alors qu'il volait au dessus des pyramides de Gizeh, avant d'atterrir.
KUR ("mountain house" or "temple like a mountain": e = "house"; kur = "mountain"), which denoted the great pyramid of Gizeh in Egypt (cf.
Quand bien meme sont-elles tres celebres dans le monde, tirant leurs origines des profondeurs de la civilisation humaine, et drainant, chaque annee, en Egypte, des millions de touristes etrangers, les Pyramides de Gizeh (classees parmi les sept merveilles du monde) ne sont pas pour autant la seule expression du genie architectural en Afrique du Nord.
La seconde etape, prevue les 11 et 12 mai, est consacree a Gizeh, Alexandrie, Beni-Soueif, Assouan, la Nouvelle Vallee, Suez et la Mer Rouge, avec un second tour les 18 et 19 mai.
Plastic packaging specialist, Gizeh, has manufactured multicoloured PET bottles on conventional stretch blow moulding machines.
spektakulare Sonnenauf- und Sonnenuntergange in Berglandschaften oder Kustengebieten; auch Kulturschatze ferner Lander wie indische Tempel, die Pyramiden von Gizeh oder das Kolosseum in Rom wurden in Panoramen bestaunt.
Tras contemplar la imponente Esfinge de Gizeh se dirigieron hacia la zona arqueologica de Sakkara, donde conocieron la necropolis del lugar y la piramide escalonada mas antigua del mundo.
Brier suggests to us that the pyramids, such as the ones at Gizeh, took 20 years to build, with a stone block dropped in place every few minutes by non-slave workers who accepted pharaonic law as divine, issued to the Pharaoh from Ra himself.
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Cette semaine, ce sont les electeurs de 14 regions, y compris ceux d'Alexandrie, deuxieme ville du pays, et de la province de Gizeh incluant certains quartiers du Caire a l'ouest du Nil, qui sont appeles a voter.