The Pharaonic village attempts to recreate life as it used to be, and fails. It's ridiculously expensive for what it offers.
However, it is worth visiting if you like to look at the belongings of the late Egyptian presidents Gamal Abdel Nasser & Anwar Elsadat. This was the only authentic display and the main attraction for me.
Otherwise, it's just full of models and replicas.
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