THE QUOTE OF THE DAY .

Happiness depends upon ourselves.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Photoshop Work-space (lesson 1-part 1)

The start with the new lessons, will be with the work-space

Photoshop Work-space
Various elements, such as panels, bars, and windows. Any arrangement of these elements is called a work-space.


Workspace basics
  • You can adapt the application to the way you work by selecting from several preset work-spaces or by creating one of your own.






  • Photoshop displays the Start workspace at launch or whenever no documents are open. If necessary, customize the number of recent files displayed. Select Preferences > File Handling and then specify the desired value (0-100)
  • To quit this workspace, simply press the Esc key.

New Start .. Back Again to Our Photoshop Lessons

After a long break  >> I am here again to be with you my friends.

I will present simple lessons for Photoshop.

I hope it will be useful.

I will continue also writting about history, tours in the countries, and some other stories, I hope you will like it. 



Thanks a lote.
Manal Raafat

Sunday, July 26, 2015

The Arab Association of Civilization and Islamic Arts' Goals & Activities of the Society.


Definition of Arabian Civilization & defending it through the following:

The Arab Association of Civilization and Islamic Arts

1. Determining the concept of Arabian Civilization, its features, the Islamic Arts and stating the civil and enlightenment roles of Arabian Civilization and its effect on the Western Civilization through the bestowal in the different fields.

2. Demonstrating  the civil values of the architectural buildings and their arts in everywhere in the world (through studying Architecture and Islamic Arts and confirming its enlightened creation).

3. Highlighting the civil role of Moslem Scientists in all civil fields: scientific, intellectual and artistic fields, by defining their participations to enrich the humanistic role in the contemporary global scientific awakening.

4. Organize symposiums, establishing fairs and conferences confirming the conversation among civilizations and to confirm the enlightenment role of the Islamic Civilization, its science and arts, and establishing International Conference for the Society every two years at least concerning on the relevant subjects with the Society's goals.

5. To interest with the readable, audible and visual mass media activity, and to publish and writing books, magazines and newspapers, and radio and television programs that confirming the uphold of the values of the Islamic cultures and civilization and the continuation among generations.

6. Authenticate the relations to connect with the Arab and Islamic countries' scientists and artists, exchanging the cognition experiences among Arab countries that interesting with the Arab and Islamic Civilization in all of its civil aspects in cooperation with the Ministries of Culture and Arab League (the Cultural Department).

7. Conserve our Arabian and Islamic patrimony, maintaining it against damage, tampering or the try forge the fixed self-facts of it. This can be made through an active participation by defining the patrimony and the awareness of its importance and maintaining the civil patrimony of the nation in the cooperation with the concerned organizations, regionally and internationally inside and outside the country.   

8. The awareness of the importance of the patrimonial industries and crafts by focus on them, and how to conserving them as a source of the cognitive prosperity, national income and to employ the youth in patrimonial crafts on scientific, artistic and technical principals by habilitating them scientifically and practically.
 9. To invite to conserve Arabic Language, rising and spreading and learning it through an international level, and also the Arabic Handwriting and its importance by establishing educational workshops and artistic fairs offering artistic and handwriting works inspired from the Arabian Civilization Spirit, to be participated by the concerned persons in the world.

10. To recognize the concerned persons of the Arabian Civilization and Islamic Art in the world, then to support the contact among them and to talk with them permanently, and also the civilization departments in universities and the concerned cultural institutions of civilizations and arts to make countries progressing in a way fits with the present technological and scientific time of the world and to be participated in common events.

11. Trying to establish specialized committees in all civilization's branches to at least participate in the contacting with the public and to spread the awareness of the importance of each committee, such as (Arabic language, Handwriting, Islamic Architecture, Islamic design, decoration and its arts, legislation, physical sciences …etc).

12. Making agreements and cooperation among the Society, the concerned organizations and authorities with the Islamic Civilization's field through (Arab League, ISISCO, UNISCO, the specialized faculties, ACROME Organization for Museums and Specialized Research Institutes, IRISCA – the International Organization for Science, Arts, Literature and History that following Islamic World Organization & Ministries of Culture) and establishing common events and activities with such bodies.

13. Creating contact points to talk with the concerned different creeds, cultures and religions to realize peace and welfare, then to refer to the positive role of the others' culture through the scientific talks that aiming to define Islam's lenience and to live with the others.

14. Organizing cultural missions for the Society's members in the cultural houses through the Republic to aware the youth with the importance of the civil role of Islamic Arts and Civilization.

15. Supporting the relation between the Society, Arab Leagues federations, the International Federation of Islamic World and Islamic World Association to be participated in common events with such institutions, and to try to create a curriculum for the students in the different stages to define the Islamic Civilization, its arts and role in making the contemporary civilization.  

16. Encourage researchers and authors to write and prepare the Master and PhD thesis in Arabian Civilization and Islamic Arts, and in different writings in such field.

17. Issue firm scientific magazine for Society to encourage researches writing and preparation in this civil field.

 The Society is honored to receive the opinions and notes of all the concerned persons of the Arabian Civilization and Islamic Arts in all of their scientific and artistic aspects.

As we'd like to submit any useful suggestion for the Society to perform its task.


Society General Secretary

Fathy El Mula
Chairman

Prof. Dr. Mohamed Aly Zenhom
Prof. in Faculty of Applied Arts
Helwan University

Monday, July 6, 2015

Portrait Retouch in Photoshop

Portrait Retouch is important it make the photos clear.
We can use some tools like.
 The Quick Selection Tool, then refine the edge.
Apply layer style. You can use layer mask and the Brush Tool
The Spot Healing brush tool is used to hide the spots also.
 Smudge Tool is used also.





Thank you
Manal Raafat
MR

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Quotes by William Shakespeare


William Shakespeare :
Born, in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England, The United Kingdom
December 05, 1563

Died, April 23, 1616



*** “Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.”


*** “Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind, And      therefore is winged Cupid painted blind.”



*** “Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve          greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.”


*** “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.”


*** “Doubt thou the stars are fire;
         Doubt that the sun doth move;
         Doubt truth to be a liar;
         But never doubt I love.”



*** “I would challenge you to a battle of wits, but I see you are                unarmed!”



*** “It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves.”



*** “There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it  so.” 

I copied it for you.
Manal Raafat

Monday, December 22, 2014

The Harp Song of the Pharaohs


It was one of the most famous songs sung with "the harp" the time of the Pharaohs , it was recorded on "Haris papyrus", probably it returns to the king "Aneotef" period, he was from the eleventh family.


"Here are the generations of humans
Generation after generation
The rule of existence since the beginning of humanity
Since there was god in life
Those lying in their pyramids
The nobles and knights
They went to the yard with others
All what they built of castles
Have gone.. as if not existing
whoever came before them, can tell us about them
So that our hearts should be knowing the truth
Till we go to where they have gone
strengthen your heart
Enjoy what you love while alive
Wearing the beast a god can wear
Take you luck from your happiness
Do not make loosing hope know your way
Take the chance from the happiness world is pushing to you
No one from those who left, came back..

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Saturday, December 13, 2014

The song of The Harper...one of the Pharaohs'songs.


It was one of the most famous songs sung with "the harp", it was recorded on "Haris papyrus", probably it returns to the king "Aneotef" period, he was from the eleventh family.


"Here are the generations of humans
Generation after generation
The rule of existence since the beginning of humanity
Since there was god in life
Those lying in their pyramids
The nobles and knights
They went to the yard with others
All what they built of castles
Have gone.. as if not existing
whoever came before them, can tell us about them
So that our hearts should be knowing the truth
Till we go to where they have gone
strengthen your heart
Enjoy what you love while alive
Wearing the beast a god can wear
Take you luck from your happiness
Do not make loosing hope know your way
Take the chance from the happiness world is pushing to you
No one from those who left, came back..

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Manal Raafat

Friday, September 19, 2014

The Dream Stele of Thutmose IV, or the Sphinx Stele

*** First of all, The Stele is a stone or wooden slab, erected as a monument, very often for funerary or commemorative purposes.
This ornamentation may be inscribed, carved, found in different parts of the world, notably Egypt and China.
In ancient Egypt, these vertical slabs of stone depict tombstones, religious uses, and boundaries.

The Sphinx Stele, was erected in the first year of Thutmose IV'reign, 1401 BC.. 
As was common with other New Kingdom Pharaohs, it makes claim to a divine legitimization to pharaoh-ship.

In ancient Egypt, when pharaohs wanted to record something for eternity and have it be known not only to mortals, but more importantly, to the gods, they wrote in stone. The hieroglyphs carved into the Dream Stella of Thutmosis IV, an enormous upright slab at the base of the Sphinx, tell a portentous story of a young king's bargain with the sun god.


Dream Stele, reproduction.

Diagram 

The dream

"Now the statue of the very great Khepri [the Great Sphinx ] rested in this place, great of fame, sacred of respect, the shade of Ra resting on him. Memphis and every city on its two sides came to him, their arms in adoration to his face, bearing great offerings for his Ka. One of these days it happened that prince Thutmose came travelling at the time of midday. He rested in the shadow of this great god. Sleep and dream took possession of him, at the moment the sun was at zenith. Then he found the majesty of this noble god speaking from his own mouth like a father speaks to his son, and saying: "Look at me, observe me, my son Thutmose. I am your father Horemakhet-Khepri-Ra-Atum. I shall give to you the kingship [upon the land before the living]....[Behold, my condition is like one in illness], all [my limbs being ruined]. The sand of the desert, upon which I used to be, (now) confronts me; and it is in order to cause that you do what is in my heart that I have waited.





Stele description
The Dream Stele is a vertical rectangular stele, 144 cm Ht, 40 cm W, 70 cm D. The upper scene lunette ( The lunette spatial region in the upper portion of stelas, became common for steles as a prelude to a stele's topic ), shows Thutmose IV on the right and left making offerings to the Great Sphinx.

Reproduction of the Dream Stele of Thutmose IV - Close-up of detail depicting pharaoh making offering to Sphinx. RC 1834 (Original 1500 - 1390 BC, made of granite, located on the Giza Plateau).

Medical Analysis of the Stele
Recently a surgeon at Imperial College London (Dr Hutan Ashrafian) has analysed the early death of Thutmose IV and the premature deaths of other Eighteenth dynasty Pharaohs (including Tutankhamun and Akhenaten). He identifies that their early deaths was likely as a result of a Familial Temporal Epilepsy. This would account for the untimely mortality in Thutmose IV and can also explain his religious vision described on his Dream Stele due to this type of epilepsy’s association with intense spiritual visions and religiosity.



Note
*** Thutmosis IV was the eighth king of the 18th dynasty, which is during Egypt's New Kingdom, a period when Egypt was really at its height. This area, at that time, was like a recreation area for the pharaohs. They would come here to hunt, ride their chariots, do target practice.
I  had collected the information from several documents and the Wikipedia.

Thanks
Manal Raafat
MR

You can find arabic translation here.

Sunday, June 8, 2014

What do you know about Sisi the New President of Egypt?

The new President of Egypt....

Name:
Saeed Abdel Fattah Hussein Khalil al-Sisi

Date of Birth:
(November 19, 1954)



Information about: 
* The winning candidate for the presidential election in 2014 and is expected to be sworn in on June 7, 2014. 
* Former Commander in Chief of the Egyptian Armed Forces 
*Forty-fourth Defence Minister  since August 12, 2012 until his resignation in March 26, 2014 to run for president.
* He graduated from the Military Academy in 1977 
* Work in the infantry, and was appointed commander of the northern military region, and took over as director of military intelligence and reconnaissance.

On July 3, 2013 revolted the Egyptian people against President Mohamed Morsi that belongs to the Muslim Brotherhood (the first civilian president elected after the January 25 revolution) and continued demonstrations demanding the departure of Morsi for several days until nearing the country  in a civil war.The people have demanded the army to intervene to protect them from militias of the Muslim Brotherhood, that Morsi supported it,and unleashed it in the Egyptian street.



The army supported the people and announced several measures associated defined that the roadmap was endorsed by the majority of the people, and the protesters opposed to the Morsi , and considered it to the demands of popular support. While accusing another part of the Egyptian society and the some Arabs  and international conduct a military coup.

Egyptian Army Insignia-Field Marshal

Military Qualification: 
* Began his military career in 1970 as a student in high school flights.
* He graduated from the Egyptian Military Academy in 1977, a bachelor's degree.
* Received a master's degree from the Command and Staff College in 1987.
* Received a master's degree from the Command and Staff College in 1992, the British in the same speciality.
* Received a fellowship from the Higher War College Nasser Higher Military Academy in 2003.
* Received a Fellowship of the United States Supreme Army War College in 2006.

His career:
* Chief of the branch of Information and Security of the Secretariat of the Ministry of Defence.
* Commander of a mechanized infantry battalion.
* Accessory defence of Saudi Arabia.
* Commander mechanized infantry brigade.
* Commander mechanized infantry division (Division II).
* Chief of Staff of the northern military.
* Military commander of the northern region.
* Director of military intelligence and reconnaissance.
* General Commander of the Armed Forces and Minister of Defence.
* President of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

His personal life:
Married with children.


Medals:
* Long Service Medal and the good example 1998.
* Order of Military Duty of the second layer 2005.
* Order of excellent service in 2007.
* Medal January 25, 2012.
* Order of Military Duty of the initial class of 2012.

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MR
 Manal Raafat

Manal Raafat channel on you tube for learning Photoshop and illustrator


That is our channel on you tube for learning Photoshop and illustrator in both Arabic and English  HERE



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MR 
Manal Raafat

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Friends



Friends are like balloons;

once you let them go, you might not get them back.

Sometimes we get so busy with our own lives and problems that we may not even notice that we've let them fly away

Sometimes we are so caught up in who's right and who's wrong that we forget what's right and wrong.. 

Sometimes we just don't realize what real friendship means until it is too late. 

I don't want to let that happen so I'm going to tie you to my heart so I never lose you.

Coied

Manal Raafat

Saturday, May 24, 2014

My last visit to Paris

Paris my lovely city.

Paris; French is the capital and most populous city of France. It is situated on the Seine River, in the north of the country, at the heart of the Île-de-France region. 
Within its administrative limits (the 20arrondissements), the city had 2,243,833 inhabitants in 2010 while its metropolitan area is one of the largest population centres in Europe with more than 12 million inhabitants.





My Visit to Paris Slideshow: Manal’s trip to باريس was created with TripAdvisor TripWow!



Paris is often referred to as "La Ville-Lumière" ("The City of Light")


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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Coffee and Your Health

~ Healing Benefits of Coffee ~
-------------------------------
Did you know that coffee actually has healing properties?
Read on to find out when coffee can benefit your health.

Studies are now finding that coffee has many healing properties. Here are some of the health benefits you enjoy when you drink coffee.




      *** Coffee can make a headache go away. 
Sometimes a caffeine addiction will produce a headache from a lack of coffee, in which case the headache will go away as soon as you drink some.
But coffee can also make other headaches go away, as caffeine causes the blood vessels to constrict or shrink. While that may not sound like a good thing, in the case of headaches it will actually lessen the pain you are feeling.

       *** Coffee cures constipation. 

Feeling a little blocked up? A cup of coffee can fix that! Coffee is a natural laxative, so that morning cup of coffee can keep you regular as well as help you wake up in the morning.

      *** Coffee helps your body deal with LDL cholesterol. 

If you have high cholesterol, you are at risk for heart disease. However, caffeine can actually help to heal your body by preventing LDL cholesterol from oxidizing. The short term effect is to help minimize the negative effects of LDL cholesterol on the body, but the long term effect is to reduce the coffee drinker’s risk of heart disease.

      *** Coffee is a natural energy drink. 

The caffeine in coffee naturally energizes you. Did you get too little sleep the night before? Coffee will help you wake up and function normally until you can get to bed again. In addition to making a perfect wake up call or a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, it also can help enhance your workout by helping you stay energized and burn more fat.



~ Preventative benefits to drinking coffee ~
---------------------------------------------
In addition to the healing properties of coffee, there are numerous preventative benefits to drinking coffee. 
Just like taking vitamins to shore up your immune system around flu season, coffee can be used to heal the body and prevent many diseases.

       *** Coffee prevents diabetes. 

Scientists aren't sure whether it is the antioxidants or the minerals in coffee, but something about it makes developing type 2 diabetes much less likely for coffee drinkers.

      *** Coffee protects the brain. 

Diseases of the brain, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, are substantially less likely in regular coffee-drinkers. Something about coffee protects the brain from these debilitating diseases.

      ***Coffee reduces the risk of stroke. 

We’ve already talked about how coffee can heal the body and prevent heart disease. It also has a similar effect on the likelihood of having a stroke, cutting the risk by as much as 20 percent.

As you can see, coffee has many healing properties. Not only can coffee cure many conditions such as headaches, constipation, and fatigue, it also has strong preventative powers. Diseases ranging from Alzheimer’s to stroke can be preventative with a couple of cups of coffee every day.


      ***Coffee reduces the risk of cancer uterus. 

Women who drink a lot of coffee may have less risk of developing cancer of the uterus, (a Japanese study).

Researchers don’t always know what it is in coffee that produces these benefits. 

We know coffee has many antioxidants in it, and we also know that it has a lot of minerals in it. The high caffeine content also seems to be part of the equation, as the benefits are often reduced in people who drink decaffeinated coffee instead.

Whatever it is about coffee, though, there are lots of ways you can benefit from this wonderful drink. 

Shop for coffee makers so that you can drink coffee whenever you feel the urge. Also, getting several coffee machines to keep at the office could reduce long-term health care expenses at the same time as it keeps your employees more alert and productive throughout the day!


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Brought by, Manal Raafat



Japanese art of drawing and creating shapes from cream of coffee

I am fond of coffee 
I liked sooooo much that kind of art, the new Japanese art.


New Japanese art of drawing and creating shapes from cream of coffee will fascinate you.

"This new Japanese art of drawing and creating shapes from cream of coffee will leave you breathless", writes Business Insider.
U.S. site presents stunning images with the best works in the coffee mugs on 26-year-old Kazuki Yamamoto of Osaka. His figures and drawings of cream creamy of hot caffeinated drinks make a sensation on the Internet.
Yamamoto started to deal with this kind of art when he was 20 years old while working in a coffee shop in Tokyo. Initially experimented by making to the milk leaves using the machine under stream. Once, a friend challenged him to make a cartoon. After initial success Yamamoto realizes that he has a talent and started trying to do different projects.



 Drawing and creating shapes from cream of coffee


Yamamoto tells Internet users that any of his works was developed before the coffee gets cold. Here are some pictures of his best works.


Info Source With Compliments:http://bit.ly/KazukiYamamoto.

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Manal Raafat


Sunday, March 9, 2014

Bust model of Tutankhamen ... Egyptian Museum

Culture: Pharaonic
Technique: Sculpted - Stuccoed
Style: New Kingdom
Materials: Wood
Type: Bust
Created: 18th Dynasty
Acquired: 1934 AD
Location: Egyptian Museum



This bust model of Tutankhamun is a unique artifact carved in wood, smoothed with gesso and painted. Gesso is a preparation of plaster and glue used as a surface for painting.

Although the body has minimal details and is without arms, the face is an accurate portrait of the young king who wears a flat crown with a uraeus, or cobra.


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Manal Raafat

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Egypt ... My Lovely Country During Christmas



Did you visit Egypt before? 

Have you  ever been there during Christmas?  

Egypt ... My Lovely Country During Christmas.

Last Christmas in Egypt was great.
    


Celebration of Christmas 2013 in Egypt




Celebration of Christmas 2013 in Egypt


You are always welcome in Egypt.

Thanks 
Manal Raafat 


Friday, January 3, 2014

Happy New Year

Wishing you a New Year That brings luck and prosperity,
 Fills your home with joy and spirit,

 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.


Thanks,
Manal Raafat

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Athribis The Ancient Egyptian Cities


Names: Athribis or Athlibis 

Athribis or Athlibis was the Greek name for two cities of ancient Egypt.
  • In Lower Egypt
The chief town of the Athribite, the Tenth nome. 
  • Athribis (Upper Egypt)
The ancient city of Hut-Repyt in Upper Egypt, also 




Athribis (Lower Egypt)

Overview

A small hill, Tell Atrib, northeast of the modern town of Banha, north of Cairo, now marks its former site. Athribis stood upon the eastern bank of the Tanitic branch of the Nile, now silted up, near the angle where that branch diverges from the main stream. 


Athribis (Upper Egypt) is located in Egypt

Athribis (Upper Egypt)

also known to the ancient Greeks as Triphieion or Tripheion, and to the ancient Egyptians as Hut-Repyt, was an ancient city of Egypt, in the Panopolite nome. The modern village of Wannina in the Sohag Governorate is situated here. It is located some 10 km southwest of the city of Akhmim, on the west bank of the Nile.

Overview The city is the site of a temple built for the goddess Repyt (Triphis) by Ptolemy XV Caesarion and subsequent Roman Emperors. South of this temple was an earlier temple of Ptolemy IX Soter II. One of the tombs nearby, belonging to the brothers Ibpemeny "the younger" and Pemehyt of the late 2nd century BC, has two zodiacs on its ceiling.


The Athribite name:
The Athribite name and its capital derived their name from the goddess Thriphis, whom inscriptions both at Athribis and Panopolis denominate the most great goddess. 
Thriphis is associated in worship with Amun Khem, one of the first quaternion of deities in Egyptian mythology, but no representation of her has been at present identified. John Gardner Wilkinson supposes Athribis to have been one of the lion-headed goddesses, whose special names have not been ascertained.





About half a mile from Athribis are the quarries from which the stone used in building the temple was brought; and below the quarries are some small grotto tombs, the lintels of whose doors are partially preserved. 
Upon one of these lintels is a Greek inscription, ideentifying it as the sepulchre of Hermeius, son of Archibius. He had not, however, been interred after the Egyptian fashion, since his tomb contained the deposit of calcined bones. 
Vestiges also are found in two broad paved causeways of the two main streets of Athribis, which crossed each other at right angles, and probably divided the town into four main quarters. The causeways and the ruins generally indicate that the town was greatly enlarged and beautified under the Ptolemies.

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Manal Raafat
MR

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Welcome ... Back again


Sorry for being late.

I will be back soon, wait for my posts every Saturday.

What do you prefer to read about?
Pharaohs,
Science,
General knowledge,
History,
Photoshop & Illustrator.

Please select your choice and write it in a comment, so I can do it.


Thanks
Manal Raafat( MR )  


  

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Words that I Liked it

Strong People stand up for themselves.
But Strongest People stand up for others.

Love you

Each moment in a day has its own value.
Morning brings HOPE,
Afternoon brings FAITH,
Evening brings LOVE,
Night brings REST,
Hope you will have all of them everyday.

****************

With all the Rose's Perfume
& with all the lights in the world
& with all the children Smiles...
I Wish U that your all dreams comes True..
****************

A birth certificate shows you were born.
A photo album shows you have lived.
A death certificate shows you have died.

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Manal Raafat

Thursday, April 4, 2013

What is the Sand Sea?... Egyptian Sand Sea

The sand see is a continuous sand covered area on earth.
It is a huge mass of sand that originated in the wind excavated depressions.

The Great Sand Sea

The Great Sand Sea is the second largest continuous sand covered area on earth (after the Grand Erg Oriental, in Algeria). It is a huge mass of sand that originated in the chain of wind excavated depressions paralleling the Mediterranean coast from Jalo (Libya) to the Qattara depression (Egypt). It is called the Great Sand Sea in Egypt, but the Calanascio Sand Sea to the west in Libya is a continuous part of it, as is the Rebiana Sand Sea, which is the southern extension of the Calanascio Sand Sea lying to the West of Kufra. The western edge of the Rebiana Sand Sea may be considered the edge of the Lybyan Desert.


The Great Sand Sea
It covers 72,000 square kilometers and forming the northern edge of the Sahara, the Great Sand Sea is the world’s third largest dune field. Siwa( Egypt ) is the northern gateway and the perfect starting point for a safari expedition into a truly magical landmark. 

The Great Sand Sea is one of the largest dune fields in the whole world and contains some of the largest recorded sand dunes, one of which is 140 km long!


Egyptian Sand Sea
It is the widest part of The Great Sand Sea.

 The Egyptian Sand Sea is located in Africa's Libyan Desert. The three sand seas contain dunes up to 110m in height and cover ~25% of the Libyan Desert. The dunes were created by the wind.

 Siwa( Egypt ) is the northern gateway and the perfect starting point for a safari expedition into a truly magical landmark. 
The Great Sand Sea is one of the largest dune fields in the whole world and contains some of the largest recorded sand dunes, one of which is 140 km long!








Calanshio Sand Sea
The Calanshio Sand Sea is located in the Saharan Libyan Desert, of the Kufra District in Cyrenaica, eastern Libya.


Rebiana Sand Sea
The Rebiana Sand Sea is located in the western part of the Saharan Libyan Desert in the Kufra District of the Cyrenaica region in eastern Libya.
Some related topics, The Sahara

The Sahara is the world's second largest desert, after Antarctica. At over 9,400,000 square kilometres (3,600,000 sq mi), it covers most of Northern Africa, making it almost as large as Europe or the United States. The Sahara stretches from the Red Sea, including parts of the Mediterranean coasts, to the outskirts of the Atlantic Ocean. To the south, it is delimited by the Sahel, a belt of semi-arid tropical savanna that composes the northern region of central and western Sub-Saharan Africa.

Some of the sand dunes can reach 180 metres (590 ft) in height. The name comes from the Arabic word for desert.


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Manal Raafat

Monday, March 11, 2013

The New Look of the Blog ... Do You Like It?




Do you liked the new look of my blog?
Now you can select the view you like.
It is DYNAMIC now


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