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Egypt's Secret Treasure

"There is no country which possesses so many wonders." So said the Roman Heroditus when he visited Egypt in 420BC, confirming that Egypt has been a magnet for tourists for thousands of years. For the earth scientist, however, there are wonderful treasures to be found in the constantly changing shapes, colours, landscapes and rocks of the desert areas surrounding Cairo and the Nile Valley.
This article appeared in Vol. 3, No. 4 - 2006

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