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Apr 9, 2008

English Chinese translation sample-Egypt-introduction

(Translated by freelance Chinese translator li – English to Chinese translation or Chinese to English translation services- tourism translation)

Egypt is the meeting point of East and West with the African South. It is a winding carpet of fertility amidst the arid Sahara desolation. It is a melting pot of human races and creeds. The artistic silhouettes of domes and minarets of Egypt's numerous mosques compete in fame with the massive complexes of its ancient monasteries and with the legendary splendors of its pharaonic past. But above all, Egypt is the Land of the Nile.

For most of its visitors, Egypt represents the cradle of an ancient civilization which flourished and created beauty millennia before the Greek philosophers defined what beauty is, and played a central role in world history far before anyone undertook to record historical events. Egypt was the old and wise civilization which attracted and intrigued scientists and philosophers of classical Greece and Rome, and deeply influenced their writings which, in turn, have molded western thought. To this day, the soil of Egypt still withholds a considerable part of its ancient secrets, revealing them very gradually, and often dramatically, to the numerous teams of archaeologists who continue to study its past with ever increasing skill. Despite their age, the material remains of pharaonic Egypt are more numerous, better preserved and more impressive than those of any other ancient civilization. Much has been removed by early treasure seekers to every corner of the globe, but what still remains and is accessible to the visitor, from Alexandria in the north to the rock-cut temples of Abu Simbel in the south, from St. Catherine's monastery in Sinai to the oases in the Western Desert, is guaranteed to offer many long days of unforgettable, fascinating adventure.

This book is about the world of the pharaohs as it appears to the modern visitor. It is about temples where distant echoes of chanting still linger in the halls, and the sweet aroma of incense can be easily imagined. It is about tombs whose owners still welcome the visitor from a statue or a painted relief, quite content that their wish for eternal remembrance has come true beyond all expectation. It is about famous men and women of a bygone age whose achievements can still be appreciated, and lesser, anonymous people, whose work is still inspected for perfection by thousands of tourists in more than 50 languages. It is about mummies and treasures, about sphinxes and pyramids, about majesty, supremacy, magic and eternity. It is a wealth of fascinating facts in word, diagram and colorful illustration. It is a worthy companion which will enable you to remember your exciting experience in Egypt.

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