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Which country in the Middle east is your favorite and why?

  1. JT Walters profile image76
    JT Waltersposted 6 years ago

    Which country in the Middle east is your favorite and why?

  2. Steve_1066 profile image57
    Steve_1066posted 6 years ago

    I live in Australia. So my favorite country in the Far North West is Egypt.

  3. mkrandhawa profile image61
    mkrandhawaposted 6 years ago

    I like Egypt in the middle East because of its ancient culture,customs and language which is different from others.also i like the Egyptian Giza pyramids,Nile river, White desert and Cairo's unique cityscape with ancient mosques which is also known as city of thousand minarets

  4. OldSkoolFool profile image60
    OldSkoolFoolposted 6 years ago

    Turkey because it is a fusion of eastern and western culture. Although there are a lot of places I haven't been to so its a little difficult to decide

  5. breathing profile image62
    breathingposted 6 years ago

    Egypt is my favorite country in the middle east because of many historical place. There is the beautiful Pyramid and a river of blue water.

  6. Greensleeves Hubs profile image97
    Greensleeves Hubsposted 6 years ago

    So far I've visited three - Jordan, Egypt and Libya.

    Jordan is great for a small country - so much varied history, scenery and culture - and quite peaceful too. I only spent a week there, but I've already written two hubs about Jordan's historic sites, and a third is on its way. I would probably choose it as my favourite, though two weeks is probably enough to see everything of real interest.

    Egypt of course has the greatest attractions of all, (especially the pyramids and Abu Simbel Temple), and sailing down the Nile is one of the world's great experiences.

    As for Libya - I went there for just 2 or 3 days to see a total eclipse a few years back. Miles and miles of desert and not much else inland, but there are some spectacular Roman ruins near the coast. Didn't have much communication with the locals (especially the women who were largely hidden away), but the people I saw were friendly and quite curious about tourists. However, I'm not sure I would advise visiting Libya at the moment!!!! (Unless you pack a suit of armour in your luggage).