What is Egypt known for?

Off the top of my head:

Pyramids, Hieroglyphics, Old Mosques, Ancient Coptic churches, the different arabic words that usually aren't used in other Arab countries, Arabic, Coptic-Language, Cairo Museum, REVOLUTION, Nile, Tutankhamen, Oppression of the Jews & Christians Ancient and Current times, Dictatorship, Tahirah Square & Sphynics.
Pyramids, Pharaohs. You name it. King Tutankhamen is now the most famous of the Pharaohs, he is known as "the Boy King" because he died when he was 18 or 19 years old having held the post s supreme ruler since the age of 3. When he lived he was important but did not do much for his country as Ramses II. Who was known as the most adept builder in the line of Pharaohs, building temples and palaces of great size and splendor.