Proche et Moyen-Orient

The Middle East is between the eastern Mediterranean and the borders between Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. This area is a multi-cultural space or cotoient the Persian cultures, Turkish, Arabic, Kurdish and Jewish. The main languages ??are Iranian, Arabic, Turkish and Hebrew. The countries that make up the middle east are Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates united, Yemen and the Palestinian Territories of the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. The main sights of the Middle East are Egypt (the Egyptian pyramids in Giza, Cairo, Luxor, The Sphinx, Alexandria, Aswan, the Red Sea, Quoseir, Hurghada, Sinai), Jordan (Petra, the Hashemite kingdom and the desert of Wadi Rum, Amman ..), Lebanon (Beirut, the plain of the Bekaa, Byblos, Baalbeck, the region CEFRES, Saida, Tyre, ..), Syria (Damascus valley of Euphrates, Tartous, Aleppo, Palmyra, ...), Israel (Jerusalem, Eilat, red Sea, Negev ...), Abu Dhabi, .. Passages intricate borders in the Middle East region plagued by incessant political, it is not always easy to move freely across the Middle east, and in some cases it is even just impossible! The main problems occur in relation to the Israeli border. Several neighboring countries such as Lebanon http://www.lebanon-tourism.gov.lb/ eg refuse your Border if your passport has the Israeli buffer ... To remedy this, remember to ask the customs Israel dab a loose sheet that slides in his passport, and not directly a passport page! The problem therefore arises for out of http://www.goisrael.com/Tourism_Fra Israel. In the other direction, the best gateway to enter the Jewish state remains to detour through




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