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Roman Theatre in Alexandria The Roman Amphitheatre of Alexandria The Roman amphitheater is one of the most popular monuments in Alexandria. This is the only Roman amphitheater in the whole of Egypt. It was discovered by a coincidence in the 1960 when the government was constructing a building, one of the workers revealed a column […]
Qaitbay Citadel in Alexandria Qaitbey citadel was built on the ruins of the Lighthouse of Alexandria, which was considered as one of the ancient seven wonders of the world. The lighthouse was destroyed due to earthquakes. The citadel was built by Sultan Qaitbey to protect Alexandria from the Ottoman invasion. Eventhough the Ottoman took control […]
Montazah Palace in Alexandria, Montaza garden visit Alexandria is the second biggest city in Egypt after Cairo and it was a custom in the monarchy timethat it is the capital of Egypt in summer time. As the whole Royal family, ministers and all officials would be relocated in summer and stay in Alexandria. One of […]
Catacombs of Kom El Shokafa in Alexandria The word “Kom El shoukafa” in arabic means the pile of potshards. This is due to the fact that there were pile of broken dishes and plates in the area of the tomb. As the ancient when they came to visit their dead relatives / families, they wanted […]
Abu El Abbas Mosque in Alexandria Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Mosque is the most historic mosque in Alexandria. The mosque was built in 1775 and hosting the tomb of a Moroccan scholar, Abu El Abbas El Mursi who came and lived in Alexandria. Abu El Abbas was born in Andalusia region of Spain in 1219. When […]