North Sinai Governorate | Red Sea Attractions

The governorate of North Sinai enjoys a distinguished strategic location, either regionally or nationally, as it is the eastern stronghold of Egypt and represents an area linking the east and west.

North Sinai Governorate | Red Sea Attractions

North Sinai governorate is located in the northeast of the Arab Republic of Egypt between longitude 32, 34 east, and 29, 31 north latitude, bordering to the north by the Mediterranean Sea with a length of 220 km. As for the south, a line extending from the south of the Matal Pass to Ras al-Negev and is bounded to the east by the political border of Egypt with Palestine The occupied West represents a line extending from the corridor of Mitla in the south to Baloza in the north.

Sinai has great strategic importance (especially North Sinai), as it represents the eastern fortress of Egypt, which is the passage from which most of the invasions that targeted Egypt, whether in ancient or modern history, crossed.

In the year 1948 AD, the outskirts of the city of Al-Arish witnessed the shattering of the dream of Israel to occupy the Sinai, where a brave Egyptian soldier confronted the enemy tanks attacking the city of Al-Arish, near the village of Lahfin, south of Al-Arish.

In the modern era, the spark of the July 23 revolution was the first to start from Al-Arish, since the two battalions that surrounded the King's Palace in Abdin and the important areas in Cairo were from the forces of Major General Muhammad Najib, the commander of the Arish region and the first president of Egypt.

In 1956 CE, Sinai witnessed the failure of the tripartite aggression adventure against Egypt, as England, France, and Israel agreed to attack Egypt, where England and France occupy the Suez Canal Zone and Israel occupied Sinai under this agreement.

In the year 1967 AD, the war between Israel and the Arabs aided and supported America, and Israel's occupation of Sinai, the West Bank, and the Golan Heights.

On the other hand, Sinai was the battle of the Sixth of October (10 Ramadan) in 1973 AD, when the Egyptian armed forces crossed the Suez Canal and the Bar-Lev Line and raised the flags of victory.

The tourist potential in the governorate varies with the diversity of its historical, environmental, cultural, and touristic heritage, and includes roads, castles, and historical cities, as well as the attractions of its attractions, include natural and historical elements such as Cairo transit tours, natural oases, bird watching - yacht tourism, and among the most important types of tourism available in the governorate: ( Beach tourism - medical tourism - historical tourism - religious tourism - ecotourism - Egypt desert safari trips- yacht tourism and water sports).


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