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or Esna
, town (1986 pop. 43,055), central Egypt, on the Nile River. It is the center for an agricultural area that is irrigated by the Nile. Isna's manufactures include cotton fabrics and ceramics.
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Dr Bah Eddine inaugurera egalement les travaux de construction du nouveau barrage d'Esna et le port maritime dans cette ville qui devrait assurer des services pour la navigation fluviale et le tourisme, d'autant plus que cette region est celebre pour ses sites archeologiques.
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Highlights of the cruise include visits to the Colossi of Memnon, Esna and Edfu, Aswan and its High Dam.
The cruise departs from Luxor and explores the magnificent ancient sites along the Nile, including the Valley of The Kings, Edfu, Esna and Aswan.
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Younis stressed that the power sector had made use of the most of the River Nile in terms of generating electricity, noting that the stations at the Aswan High Dam, the Aswan Reservoir and the Esna Barrages generate 2,745 MW of electricity.
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One is merry in it And the heart of him who goes forth, it rejoices." --Translation of inscription over the cellar entrance at Esna in ancient Egypt about 200 B.C.
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