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 The aim of this paper is to assess to what degree were archaeological visits in ancient Egypt is regarded as visits of historical or touristical purpose. Research questions include: Who traveled, where and why? The accessibility of the visited places, the preferred season for such visits, the visitors’ ethics in relation to the ancient monuments, the provisions carried with them and the preferable means of travel will be discussed. Evidence…
This paper aimed to study the mosque of Bahram Pasha in Aleppo, Syria. This mosque known as al-Bahramyyia mosque is considered to be one of the most important mosques in Aleppo that constructed in Ottoman era. It was built in the end of (10th A.H/ 16th A.D century) by Bahram Pasha the governor of Aleppo, he built it on Ottoman style and endowed a great Waqf to it. Here we…
This paper considers the development of key characteristics of Welsh island culture and sustainable tourism in Wales. In recent years tourism has become a significant industry within the Principality of Wales and has been influenced by changing conditions and the need to attract visitors from the global market. To enable an analysis of the importance of Welsh island culture a number of research methods have been used, including consideration of…
 Cleaning mural paintings using microemulsions were applied by means of export poultice technique (50:50) mixture of Arbocel BC 1000 and Arbocel BC 200 (type of pure cellulous fibers). The cleaning fluid is added to pure cellulose until the saturation of pulp is converted into compress which apply to the cleaned surface. In current study, three global successful microemulsions were chosen to be used in cleaning models of fresco paintings from…
A three-dimensional computer-aided design reconstruction of the monastery saint Jeremiah Saqqarais presented. This monastery is the one of the largest Cistercian monastery in seventh century in Egypt.  However, the majority of the monastery has disappeared after building collapse with almost  no existing documentation. In order to allow visitors to better understand the monument and to assist the current conservation works, a reconstruction of the monastery is presented. The adopted approach…

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