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With more than 75 millions, Egypt's population is the largest in the Arab world, & is generally young, with 35 percent below age 14 and just 4 percent older than 65 .. More..

 
   

Geography: Egypt lies in the northern corner of Africa. It is bounded by the international frontiers of the Mediterranean Sea in the North, the Red Sea in the East, Libya in the west and Sudan in the south.

 

Climate: The Egyptian climate is influenced by the factors of location, topography, and general system for pressure and water surfaces. These aspects affect Egypt's climate dividing it into several regions. Egypt lies in the dry equatorial region except its northern areas located within the moderate warm region with a climate similar to that of the Mediterranean region. It is warm and dry in the summer and moderate with limited rainfall increasing at the coast in winter. The annual average day and nighttime temperatures in Lower and Upper Egypt is 20 and 25, and 7 and 17 respectively.

 

Water Resources: Egypt depends on three main sources; the River Nile water, rain fall and floods in addition to ground water.

 

Mineral & Oil Resources: Egypt is endowed with a fortune of important metals such as phosphates, raw iron and oil.

 

Language: Arabic is the formal language. English, the first foreign language, along with French, are used in business activities.

 
 
 

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