Bibliotheca of Alexandria

Bibliotheca of Alexandria, the most famous library of Classical antiquity. It formed part of the research institute at Alexandria in Egypt that is known as the Alexandrian Museum.

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Alexandria National Museum

It was inaugurated the 31 December 2003 by Hosni Mubarak and it is located in a renovated Italian style palace in Tariq Al-Horreya Street (former Rue Fouad).The building used to be home to the United States consulate.

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The Citadel of Qaitbey

The Qaitbay Citadel in Alexandria is considered one of the most important defensive strongholds, not only in Egypt, but also along the Mediterranean Sea coast. It formulated an important part of the fortification system of Alexandria in the middle ages.

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Alexandria Corniche

Downtown Alexandria's wide waterfront road is as much a symbol of the city as any of its monuments.

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The roman amphitheater

the roman amphitheater in Alexandria was designed as an assembly hall then was to become an amphitheater.

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Pompeys Pillar

Pompyes Pillar

Pompey Pillar is the biggest memorial column in Egypt. It is a huge column of red granite, with a total height of about 28 meters and a base diameter of 2.7m. The Roman ruler of Egypt erected this memorial column between 284-305 A.D. in honor of the Roman Emperor Diocletian.

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The Catacombs/(Kom El-Shoukafa)

The Catacombs (Kom El-Shoukafa)

The Catacombs (meaning underground tunnels) lie in the district of Karmouz to the east of Alexandria. The area was called Kom El-Shouqafa or pile of shards. The cemetery dates back to the 1st century A.D. and was used until the 4th century A.D. It was discovered in 1900 when, by pure chance, a donkey-drawn cart fell into a pit, which led to the discovery.

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