Lovygin's Egyptian Adventures continue: a journey to the Library of AlexandriaBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/lovygins-egyptian-adventures-continue-a-journey-to-the-library-of-alexandria
Says Peter Lovygin: "Can you imagine such a situation in Russia that people would stand in a chain around the library and protect it from looters and vandals? It is possible, of course, to imagine, but it is unlikely! And in Egypt, during the revolution of 2011, this is exactly what the residents of Alexandria did to protect their main attraction."
For since the Lighthouse of Alexandria (one of the wonders of the world) was lost, it is the library recreated by the Norwegians with the latest technology (the former one was destroyed by the Romans) that is now a symbol of the city, attracting "ordinary" tourists.
But we are not ordinary… After drinking the drink Whait Horse (that's right, in the author's Egyptian spelling), we rode on the roof of the Zhiguli, ate chicken hearts, and eventually were detained by the police for shooting a new series of the most wonderful video blog.
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