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Delta and Sinai [info]
- Farama
- Qantara
- Ismailia
- Goshen
- Tell Basta
- Zaqaziq
- Musturud
- Bilbays
- Daqadus
- Samannud
- Dimyana
- Sakha
- Wadi al-Natrun

Greater Cairo [info]
- Matariya
- Zaytun
- Klot Bek
- Harit Zuwayla
- Franciscan Monastery
Old Cairo: [info]
- The Coptic Museum
- The Greek Orthodox church
- The Convent of St. George
- The Church of St. Sergius (Abu Serga)
- Qasriyat al-Rihan
- The Hanging Church
- The Fortress of Babylon
- The mosque of Amr Ibn el-As
Southern Cairo: [info]
- Maadi
- Tamua
- Memphis

Upper Egypt [info]
- El-Muharraqa
- Dayr el-Maymun
- Wadi al-Rayan
- Ishnin al-Nasara
- Qofadah
- Dayr al-Garnus
- Al-Bahnassa
- Samalut
- Gabal al-Tayr
- Sawada
- Bani Hasan
- Dayr Abu Hinnis
- Bir al-Sahaba
- Ansena
- Dayr al-Barsha
- Al-Ashmunayn
- Mallawi
- Tell el-Amarna
- Dayrut al-Sharif
- Al-Qusiya
- Cave of the Cow
- Al-Qusseir
- Buq
- Meir village and tombs
- Dayr al-Muharraq
- Assiut (or Lycopolis)
- Dayr al-Adrah at Durunka
- Dayr Rifa




We have used the official Holy Family map of the Coptic Orthodox Church and added locations we visit on our trips. The red points were locations on the original map of the church. The blue points refer to local traditions or locations related to early church history that we have added. If you click on the name of a red or blue location it will bring you to the photos of that location. The word Dayr is sometimes spelled as Deir and means monastery but often refers to villages that were once the location of a monastery.