El Beheira ( Behera or Beheyra) is one of the coastal governorates in Egypt overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It locates About 135 km away from Cairo and bordered with Marsa Matrouh from the east and Rashid Branch of the Nile from the west. It is famous for numerous industries including mainly driven from agriculture, fishing, as well as textile, chemical, carpet, and electricity industries. It comprises of 13 centers and 14 cities and provides its inhabitance with a wide range of facilities and services to encourage investment in it. On top of the cities in El Beheira come El Nubereyya that is renowned for its compound power station and Kafr El Dawar that is regarded as one of the important industrial zones in Egypt. Additionally El Beheira governorate occupies a prominent position among tourist governorates in Egypt for its great history and the popular tourist attractions it encloses. Most of the tourist prefer visiting this governorate because it encloses a great variety of monuments that date back to various eras of all the highly attractive Pharaonic , Coptic , and Islamic monuments.