09 days Egypt Package (4 nights accommodation in Cairo at 5 stars hotel including breakfast + 4 nights accommodation on board of 5 stars Nile cruise including breakfast, lunch & dinner) with the following sightseeing included: • The Grand Pyramids of Giza • Memphis • Sakkara • The Egyptian Museum. • Islamic & Coptic Cairo • Luxor Temple • Karnak Temple • Colossi of Memnun Statues • Valley of the kings • Hatchepsut Temple at El Deir El Bahari • Edfu Temple • Kom Ombo Temple • Aswan High Dam • Unfinished Obelisk • Philae Temple • Felucca Tour around botanical gardens & Agha Khan Mausoleum.
The Seamstress of Ourfa is the first audiobook in a trilogy; a multigenerational tale about an eccentric Armenian family forced into exile by genocide and their quest to find a new home.It begins in 1895 in Ourfa, a thriving cosmopolitan city in the Ottoman Empire. Khatoun Khouri, a girl of 13, meets her husband, Iskender Agha Boghos, a poet and a dreamer, who adores her but cannot express it in words. Around them, the Ottoman Empire is crumbling, the world heading toward war, and the Armenian minority subjected to increasing repression, culminating in the genocide of 1915.As Iskender retreats into his books and alcohol, losing land, money, and business, Khatoun holds their family together by sewing for the wives of the men who persecute them...her creations inciting lust, love, and fertility.The family helps the resistance and ultimately evades the death marches to the Syrian Desert only to lose everything when exiled by Mustafa Kemal and following the birth of the Turkish Republic. This is a story of friendship between enemies and of women who emerge from the shadows and rebuild lives in the midst of oppression. It is a powerful story of resilience and faith. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Victoria Harwood Butler-Sloss. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/159745/bk_acx0_159745_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Dance has closely been associated with man in his day-to-day activities, yet the performers of dance art are treated with disdain. This is because most people do not understand the nature of dance and how it signifies. Therefore, the objective of this book is to understand the Omemimo dance in relation to its modes of meaning generation. The nature of dance and its signifying practices imply the meaning producing behaviours people engage in following particular conventions or rules. This book explores some dances in Omenimo repertoire and their modes of meaning generation. Through form and content in Uri-Agha and Nkwa-Agu , the author clarifies the literal and non-literal mode of dance communication.