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Flashcards to study on the basics of the African country, Egypt.

What is one US dollar equal to in Egypt? 8.88 pounds=1 US Dollar
What is the capital of Egypt? Cairo, Egypt.
What are some traditions in Egypt? -It is a compliment to reach for second helpings. -If one man and one woman meet, the woman must extend her hand first.
Some famous landmarks in Egypt? -Habu Simbel -The Great Pyramids of Giza -The Sphinx
What are some holidays celebrated in Egypt? -Revolution Day -Coptic Easter -Sinai Celebration
Inspirational people in ancient/present Egypt? -Napolean; Napolean was a military leader and Emperor of the French. -King Tut; King Tut ruled Egypts 18th dynasty, then he disappeared mysteriously until his tomb was found in the Valley of Kings.
What is Egypts government like? Egypts government is semi-presidential, meaning that the power is divided between an elected president and a prime minister.
Created by: reardonbr