Damietta (or Domyat) is a governorate in the north of Egypt covering about 1.029 km² on the extreme of Damietta Branch of the Nile River. It comprises of four administrative centers, 35 localities and a large number of villages and its capital is Damietta City. The governorate is renowned for furniture industry and agriculture since it is renowned for its guava farms and the 500,000 palm tress over its land. Thus the main economic resources for Damietta are driven from agriculture as well as gas, furniture and food industries. The most famous agricultural products in Damietta are wheat, cotton , rice and potato and others. On top of the most visited cities in Damietta are Ras El Bar; one of prominent resorts in Egypt for Egyptians and foreigners alike for its moderate weather and marvelous water of the Mediterranean Sea.Additionally, it includes “Kafr El Bateekh” the city of the renowned Egyptian goalkeeper Esam El Hadary. The governorate provides its inhabitants with all essential facilities and services such as education and health care. Damietta University is one of the major universities in Egypt that encloses about seven faculties.