Pía: Good morning, and welcome to Cairo, capital of Egypt.
This city, founded in 116 a. C has a population of 24,285,000 inhabitants, making itthe fourteenth most populous city.
Your name, Cairo, comes from the Fatimids, they named this citywith this name.
Vale: I wanted tocome to this place, beautiful, in order to know the pyramids of Giza .. could you tell us a little about its origin?
Javi:The first theory says that its creation is part of the Elders of Atlantis from these buildings, like the Inca and Mayan pyramids.
Pía: Another very important place in our city,apart from the pyramids of Giza, the tomb of Tutankhamun
Kari: This was a pharaoh of the dynasty of the eighteenth century, His name means thepicture of ATON
Javi: Pharaoh Tutankhamun was not a notable or known in ancient times, the size of his grave, very small, was the reason forthat was not discovered before the tenth century.
Vale: I believe that tomorrow will visit the tomb of Tutankhamun, but for today I have walked alot and I'm very tired. Thank you very much ladies, see you tomorrow
Javi: This very well, and rest so that tomorrow can continue to learnthe wonders of our country
Kari: Miss, and which hotel you stay?
Vale: I am staying, for those 6 days in the Sheraton hotel which is locatednext to the river Nile.
Kari: Wow, this hotel is very luxurious, the better the view, in fact from there you can see the museum of Cairo.
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