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Coptic Attractions

Wadi El Natrun

Wadi Natrun, approximately 100 kilometres northwest of Cairo, was very important to the ancient Egyptians since it was here that they discovered natron, a chemical essential to the mummification process. Natron is derived from vast amounts of sodium carbonate that are left behind after the valley's salt lakes dry up each summer.

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Luxor West Bank

Taking a cab over the bridge, 6km south of the town, or crossing on the ancient ferry, you'll be in the beautiful Egyptian countryside, with brilliant green sugarcane fields along irrigation canals and clusters of colourful dwellings, all set against the backdrop of the desert and the Theban highlands.

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