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Sharm el Sheikh Sights, Classic Sights Sharm doesn't actually exist in this tourist magnet that grew out of a fishing village. Everything that holidaymakers desire, and in all price categories. It is fantastically situated between the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba on the Red Sea northeast of the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula. Close to the actual town, an "insider tip" has developed into a diver's paradise. At the southern tip of Sinai lies the world-famous Ras Mohammed National Park, which is a must for divers. The imposing Al Mustafa Mosque and the mysterious orthodox church can be described as still very new sights in Sharm el Sheikh. Impressive are the Naama Bay Casino and the Naama Bay Center, as well as the sophisticated legacies from the time of the Israeli occupation. "Money doesn't play Rolex" has remained the motto.

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Sharm el Sheikh Sights, Classic Sights Sharm el Sheikh doesn't really exist in this tourist magnet that grew out of a fishing village. Everything that holidaymakers desire, and in all price categories. It is fantastically situated between the Gulf of Suez and the Gulf of Aqaba on the Red Sea northeast of the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula. Close to the actual town, an "insider tip" has developed into a diver's paradise. At the southern tip of Sinai lies the world-famous Ras Mohammed National Park, which is a must for divers. The imposing Al Mustafa Mosque and the mysterious orthodox church can be described as still very new sights in Sharm el Sheikh. Impressive are the Naama Bay Casino and the Naama Bay Center, as well as the sophisticated legacies from the time of the Israeli occupation. "Money plays no role Rolex" has remained the motto............... The sights of Sharm el Sheikh can be found on excursions in the Sinai Peninsula, in the desert and in the mountains, through the Moses led the people of Israel. The sites of the Bible are sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims alike. The bare mountain with many names, on which Moses is said to have received the Tablets of the Law from God, is one of the highlights of a trip to Sinai: Mount Horeb, Gabal Sina, Mount Sinai, Fork Musa, Mount Moses. To reach the summit at 2,285 meters, you have to climb almost 4,000 steps from St. Catherine's Monastery. For this, early risers are rewarded with a unique sunrise over the desert and a view of the highest mountain in Egypt, the Dschabal Katrina (Mount Catherine) which rises 2,637 meters.................... The Catherine Monastery, built like a fortress in a valley on Mount Sinai, is itself already at an altitude of 1,585 meters, where Moses is said to have met the burning bush. The most important builder was the Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian I, who had the monastery rebuilt on the site of older monastic settlements. Behind the granite walls, which are up to 15 meters high, is what is probably the oldest continuously inhabited monastery in Christianity, whose abbot is also the bishop of the smallest diocese in the world in the Patriarchate of Jerusalem. Mohammed is said to have been a guest at the monastery on several occasions, and his letter of protection was later respected by Muslim rulers. In the 11th century, due to a threat from Caliph Al-Hakim, the monks built a small mosque with a minaret in the monastery. The main building is the Transfiguration Basilica, begun in 542, with rich art treasures. But the greatest treasure is the collection of icons and manuscripts. Only the Biblioteca Vaticana has more ancient manuscripts. The icon collection is unique because it contains the oldest icons from the 6th century, which survived the iconoclasm in the Byzantine Empire (iconoclasm) in the seclusion of the monastery......... ............. Another ancient monastery lies 60 kilometers west of Mount Sinai in the oasis of Wadi Feiran. From the large former monastery, which is said to date back to the 3rd century, only several church ruins have survived, which testify that there was even a bishopric here. It was built near the place where Moses is said to have cut water out of the rock, the biblical Rephidim. A few hospitable nuns look after the small monastery with a chapel and a famous garden. In the village, which today has around 1,000 inhabitants, there are many other trees and shrubs in addition to the Bedouin palm garden, which is why the Feiran oasis is also called the pearl of Sinai. Another, originally preserved Bedouin site, the oasis of Ain Khudra, can only be reached with very knowledgeable guides. But to experience this world is worth an effort.

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