Egypt! The Future of the Middle East ?

Cairo is the capital city of Egypt

Cairo is the capital city of Egypt

Egypt has always been at the center of attention not just now but also in the past few centuries. In the past it was one of the greatest civilizations of our time. Now in the 21st Century Egypt is one of the largest and most developed country’s in Africa and the Middle east. It has stood out above all other country’s that share the continent and the nearby area of the middle east with it. With a population of roughly 76 Million people it stands to gain even further strength in the coming years. Although Egypt is a great country democracy still is something that still hasn’t caught on.

Democracy is a important thing in every country’s step towards being a efficient power. I hope the people of Egypt soon realize this and stand up for themselves and their country. Egypt is the center point of many of mankind greatest achievements such as the pyramids and with Egypt becoming a democracy it would encourage more and more to travel to its history rich region and maybe even become a stronger international travel destination then it already is. Egypt is a great place I want to visit, I am still Adventurized!

officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a country mainly in North Africa

officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a country mainly in North Africa

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  1. May 31, 2009 at 9:44 am

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