El Mansura City is the capital of El Dakahlia Governorate on the eastern bank of Damietta Branch of the Nile and about 120 km away from Cairo. The city was called in that name which means the victorious because it was established by El Adel, Saladin brother, for celebrating the victory of Egyptian troops over the troops of Louis IX of France, during the Seventh Crusade. Nowadays, El Mansura is one of the worth visiting places where one can find all sorts of amenities and comfort and enjoy good weather and natural beauty. The city is provided with all essential needs of health care, education and all the other services in addition to highly qualified hotels and apartments that are suitable for tourists of any foreign country. The main economic resources for the city are trade, agriculture and the recently discovered natural gas while tourism represents a limited source of income because a limited number of tourist direct to El Mansura. On its land, one can find some places of great historical value such as Ibn Lukman House that is used now as El Mansura Museum, Mosque of El Muwafiq, El Shinnawi palace with its magnificent Italian style of decoration, and some remains of monuments that date back to the Pharaonic and Greco- Roman eras.