1. Antiquities and temples in Egypt
Egypt possesses a third of the world's monuments and there are entire archeological cities such as Luxor and the lush city of Aswan; full of luxurious temples whose walls date back to ancient Egypt. There are also the famous pyramids of Giza which are one of the seven wonders of the world with the Great Sphinx guarding them. Cairo is also known as the city of a thousand minarets, due to a large number of mosques in it, and the most famous of these mosques are (Al-Azhar Mosque, which is the most famous mosque in the world - Ibn Tulun Mosque - Muhammad Ali Mosque - Amr Ibn Al-Aas Mosque - Sayedna Hussein Mosque - Mosque of Sayyida Nafisa).
2. Petra, JordanIt is an ancient and historical city located in the south of Jordan and is one of the most important tourist places in the Arab world. It is a complete city from the inside built of rocks, consisting of a monastery, a treasury, and a theater called the Petra theater and the palace of the Pharaoh’s daughter. They said that it is for the worship of the god machines and others say it is for the worship of the god of comfort as it includes both the great temple, the altar, and the court. Petra encourages tourism in Jordan by setting up an annual festival (the annual Petra Festival) with the aim of introducing tourists to the importance of Petra and placing it on the list of the most important tourist areas in the world.
3. The Khalifa Tower in Dubai
The highest skyscraper in the world with a height of 828 meters. It was named by that name in appreciation of Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Naihan (President of the State). It was opened in 2010 and since then it has been at the fore in the Guinness World Records in which it hosts the highest mosque, the highest restaurant, and the highest swimming pool in the world.
4. Mecca, Saudi Arabia
It is the most sacred place for Muslims on earth. It hosts the Kaaba, the Grand Mosque, the Noble Mosque, Mount Arafat, Jabal Al-Nur, Jabal Al-Safa, and Jabal Al-Marwa. As the Sacred Mosque is located in the center of Mecca; the worshipers turn to it in their qiblah. As for the noble Kaaba, it was built by the Prophet Ibrahim, along with his son Ismail.
5. Istanbul and its Ottoman architecture
Istanbul is one of the most beautiful cities of Turkey and most attractive to tourism due to its ability to host attractive monuments and tourist hotspots for the people of Turkey and for all other international travelers. It has more than 40 tourist places between mosques (Blue Mosque - Ayoub Sultan Mosque - Ortakoy Mosque - Rustem Pasha Mosque - New Mosque), palaces (Topkapi Palace - Dolmabahce Palace), gardens (Minya Turk Park - Vialand Park - Gulhan Park - Amir Jan Park - Belgrade Forest) and museums (Hagia Sophia Museum - Turkish and Islamic Art Museum - Istanbul Museum of Modern Art).