Nile continues to support local brick making activities

The Nile

There’s something that Egyptian have been taking from the Nile for many of centuries, but which is naturally being replenished. The river has regularly been bringing in silt from upstream countries to Egypt, which has supported local brick-making activities, since the days of the pharohs. CCTV’s Fahmida Miller stepped right into the mud, as she examines another enduring facet of the Nile.

Nile continues to support local brick making activites

Nile continues to support local brick making activites

There's something that Egyptian have been taking from the Nile for many of centuries, but which is naturally being replenished. The river has regularly been bringing in silt from upstream countries to Egypt, which has supported local brick-making activities, since the days of the pharohs. CCTV's Fahmida Miller stepped right into the mud, as she examines another enduring facet of the Nile.


A tour of Egypt’s biggest temple
Cultures and civilizations dating back thousands of years have been sustained by the Nile. But there has been so much looting of the buried treasures and monuments from ancient times, depriving the present and future generations a chance to experience the splendor of ancient Egypt. From the skies above the historic city of Luxor, Yasser Hakim gives us a tour of what remains of Egypt’s biggest temple.

A tour of Egypt\'s biggest temple

A tour of Egypt\'s biggest temple

Cultures and civilizations dating back thousands of years have been sustained by the Nile. But there has been so much looting of the buried treasures and monuments from ancient times, depriving the present and future generations a chance to experience the splendor of ancient Egypt. From the skies above the historic city of Luxor, Yasser Hakim gives us a tour of what remains of Egypt's biggest temple.