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Send An Egyptian Post Card

How to Send an Egyptian Greeting Card
Sending a card is easy with Tour Egypt's Greeting Card Program. Just follow the instructions at each step along the way.

After you have completed the card, you will be shown a preview. If you do not like your card, you may edit it and then send it, or just cancel the request. The recipient will receive e-mail advising where to find the card.




Pick a Picture
Please select a picture from the list below using the little Radio Button selector. You may only pick one picture per card. If you want to see a full size image of a picture, just click on it. You might want to do that before filling in any information on this page, just so you do not risk losing your work after returning from viewing the image.

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Tutankhamun & Ankhesenamun

Tutankhamun & Ankhesenamun A most famous Egyptian scene, with Ankhensenamun anointing her beloved young husband, Tutankhamun. From the Howard Carter find in the Valley of the Kings.

The Step Pyramid

The Step Pyramid This pyramid, located in Sakkara near Cairo, Egypt, demonstrates the evolution of pyramid building in Egypt and was built prior to the Great Giza Pyramids.

Thebes, Biban al Maluk

Thebes, Biban al Maluk Andre Dutertre painting in the Hall of Harps in the fifth tomb of the kings to the east, 1798-1801. Watercolor.

The Temple of Karnak

The Temple of Karnak A section of the sanctuary of Amon, seen from above the first pylon and looking through the first courtyard.

Mortuary Temple of Ramesses II Mortuary Temple of Ramesses II Located at West Thebes, the Osiris pillars stand in front of the hypostyle hall of the Temple.
Colossi of Memnon

Colossi of Memnon Located on the West Bank at Luxor, the statue represents Amenhotep III. Prior to its repair, the statue was known to "sing" as wind blew through its cracks.

Scene of an Offering before Amore Scene of an Offering before Amore Ippolito Rosellini painting. Lithograph from I Monumenti dell Egitto e della Nubia, 1832-44.
Edfu

Edfu David Roberts painting of this famous Egyptian temple. Colored lithograph from Egypt and Nubia, 1846-50.

Oriental dancing girl's red silk dress Oriental dancing girl's red silk dress Andre Dutertre painting from 1798-1801. Watercolor, Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale.
The Mosque of al Azhar

The Mosque of al Azhar Adrien Dauzats painting of this famous Mosque. 1831, Oil on canvas, Paris, Assemblee Nationale.

Great Entrance of the temple at Luxor Great Entrance of the temple at Luxor David Roberts painting of the Luxor Temple entrance. Colored lithograph from Egypt and Nubia, 1846-50.
Mohamed Ali Mosque

Mohamed Ali Mosque Located within the Citadel, the Mosque is one of the most beautiful in Cairo, a city with hundreds of Mosques. The Mosque was built in 1830.

Cairo Scene Cairo Scene Looking along the Nile in Cairo, Egypt, with the Sheraton Hotel on near bank, and the Nile Hilton on the far bank.
Feluccas on the Nile Feluccas on the Nile Felucca sailing near Aswan, Egypt. Feluccas have been used for hundreds of years on the Nile, which runs North, but usually with southern winds.
Temple of Edfu

Temple of Edfu Located between Luxor and Aswan, the Temple complex of Edfu is one of the finest examples of ancient building in Egypt. The Temple is dedicated to Horus.

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