Abuhommos is a city in El Beheira Governorate bordered with Kafr El Dawar from the west and Hosh Eissa, El Mahmoudeya and Damanhour from the east, Abu El Matamir from the south, and Edko and Rasheed from the north. It was divided recently into two territories which are Abo Hommos and Kafr El Dawar and it covers about 530 km. The name of which is driven from the name of a fisherman who had been dwelling in a little cottage around this area in the past. In the vicinity of the city, there are a great number of ancient cemeteries and archeological sites like: Sidi Youssuf, Kom Hassan, Kom Khaleesh, Kom El Qanater, Kom El Boos, Kom Debaa El Bahri, Kom Debaa El Qebli, Kom Tagala, Kom Hashiem, Kom Aziza, Abureh, Tell Bisintawy, Tell Nakhlah, Ganadi, Kom Barsiq, Kom Saieda, Tell el Qarawi, Geradat, Balbaah, and Kom Sebah. In all these areas one can only find remains of pottery and some rocks from the Greco-Roman Era. The government provides the inhabitants of the city with all the facilities and services of education, health care services, wire and wireless telecom services and so to attract more people for living in such coastal places and reduce the crowd of Cairo.