Reason #5: Another thing Egyptians take for granted is Egypt’s undeniably eye-pleasing landscape. Egypt has been blessed with an excess of natural beauty that we see every day. First, we are lucky enough to be located between two seas: the Mediterranean and Red seas. The former being a beneficial connection to the western world, while also being a place for natural resources, ports, trade, and tourism. The Red Sea is known for its unbelievable underwater vegetation, attracting tourists from all around the globe. It’s also serves as a connection our Arab siblings in terms of trade etc. Both seas have a variety of fish species for fishermen and spectators. Overall, we can’t highlight their importance enough. Next, we have the longest river in existence: the Nile river. First and foremost, it serves as a transportation “roadway” to anywhere in Egypt for trade, tourism, and other activities. It also has a plethora of fish species and is an essential source of nutrition in Egypt. Lastly, studies prove for a fact that the population concentrates near the Nile riverbanks, showing how beneficial it is in our daily lives. To conclude, Egypt owns a diverse landscape of hills, mountains, lakes etc. along with countless NATURAL monuments.
So, Egyptians, don’t take Egypt’s blessings for granted. Admire #egypt #egyptiansnproud #beproud