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Stories of Egypt
Hi, I'm Shreyasha. This is my very first podcast, Trust Me, I'm so nervous and excited at the same time.
So my podcast is about Egyptian civilisation. I'm going to share you some interesting facts about Egypt.
So before we get into Egypt, I want to share a few facts about River Nile.
River Nile is a not flowing river in Northeastern Africa.
It flows into Mediterranean Sea. It was also considered as the longest river in the world.
But few researchers stated that Amazon River is the longest then night.
So it is still a debatable question. If you know the answer then please let me know and would definitely help me and my listeners.
So why am I talking about River Nile and why not Egypt?
Because River Nile is the reason of Egyptian civilisation.
So we cannot get into Egypt unless and until we don't know about night. So I've given you a few details about night and this is just my first episode.
So I'm stating only a few facts but in my furthermore episode, I'm going to share you a lot more interesting things about the River Nile as well as the Egypt.
Ancient Egypt is one of the oldest and culturally richest civilisations. The ancient Egyptians are known for their culture.
Pyramids? Pyramids? It is usually head to have begin around 3,100 BC.
Egypt is an Africa continent. The capital of Egypt is Cairo.
The currency found in Egypt is Egyptian pound. Egypt is the 31st largest country in the world.
To know more about Egypt, listen to my podcast every Monday I've been releasing new episodes with some interesting facts about Egypt.
And you wouldn't want to miss it because I'm going to talk about Pyramids, Maharoos, mummies. These are my personal favorite topics.
And I'm going to share them with you so don't forget to listen to my podcast. I hope you enjoyed today's episode.
As this is my first episode, I give you introduction about Egypt and River Nile. In my further episode, we are going in depth of Egypt. So don't miss it.
And please provide your valuable suggestions so that I could improve my podcast and give you the content you want. Thank you.
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