El Husaineya is one of the administrative centers in El Sharqiya Governorate in Egypt. In the ancient Egyptian times it was called Tall El Faraena and later on it was given its current name after Sultan Hussein II. It is bordered with El Dakahlia From the north, Ismailiya from the south, and Faqous from the west. El Husaineya was once one of the important cities in ancient Egypt that encloses a large number of monuments and statues but most of it has been ruined by the passage of time. There are only remains of mud-brick walls dating back to the 11th Dynasty BC and some remains of Temples of Mut, Horus and Khonsu and others. Nowadays, El Husaineya encompasses a large number of smaller towns and cities and is renowned for raising and trading in Arab horses, in addition to agriculture and tourism.