A: Egypt lies on the geographical coordinates of 27° 0' 0" N, 30° 0' 0" E.
Latitude and Longitude of Egypt in other units:
|Latitude and Longitude to decimals||27.0||30.0|
|Latitude and Longitude to degrees minutes seconds||27° 0' 0" N||30° 0' 0" E|
|Latitude/Longitude to UTM Reference|
|UTM Northing:2989975.966777077 Easting:202273.9129598071 Zone:36R|
More detail about Egypt
Egypt ? More Than Just The Land Of Pyramids
Egypt is virtually synonymous with pyramids, and it has often been said that no visit to the country is complete without a visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the World. If you take the time to look past these structures you will see that there is so much more to the country, and so much more it has to offer you.
Egypt has always been a popular destination for holidaymakers and businesspeople alike. The country is well-known for its commerce sector, a result owing mainly to the government?s foresight when it came to investing in the country?s economic future. Education is no doubt also a large contributor to this success, and this is reflected in the several million Egyptians rendering their services abroad. Two main sectors worth mentioning are the energy production market, as well as the tourism industry. With the latter aspect, the attractions are of course the pyramids, art, architecture, literature, music and overall culture. The country?s diversity lends itself to visits from people from all countries.
Egypt has long been a stable country facing challenges that any country faces over time, but recently it was rocked with a revolution. This has cast the spotlight back on the country, albeit for bad reason. This has already meant that the country?s economy took a knock, and further than that, the security is now questionable. It is no surprise then, that the rest of the world will be very cautious when considering a trip to Egypt. Despite the political drama, the country is still bustling with rich culture and superb architecture and ancient structures.
Once things settle down, there is little doubt that the economy will recover, and development will continue to take place, allowing the country to retain its title as one of the places to visit.