or As·wân, As·suan, As·souan
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She also wrote Divieto di Soggiorno [Rejected], and The Bride of Aswan, which won the International Fenice Europe Prize.
Clashes also broke out in Alexandria, Aswan, Luxor, and Assiut.
Landing in Africa in 1786, he went up the Nile as far as Aswan.
Presently a forest of palm trees, the last on that side, announces Aswan and Nubia.
The dam has been constructed of granite ashlar taken from quarries near Aswan.
The Nile here has not the wild and imposing aspect which it assumes lower down, between Aswan and Philae.
There is no railway between Aswan and Halfa, all traffic being conducted on the river.The Treasury of Ancient Egypt|Arthur E. P. B. Weigall