Menia El Qamh is one of the major administrative centers on the way linking between Cairo and El Sharqiya Governorate. It is regarded as the western gateway to El Shaqiya and is bordered with El Dakahlia Governorate from the west, Banha center in El Qalyoubiya Governorate from the west, and Shebein El Kom from the south, and Zagazig City from the east. it is one of the major centers where most of the administrative institutes of the governorate are placed. The national day of Menia El Qamh is 16 march celebrating the great role of the people of the city in 1919 revolution. The main economic resources for the center are agriculture, trade and administrative services. It is famous for producing large amounts of the traditional crops of rice, wheat and Cotton . Menia El Qamh is known for that name since it is believed to be the center of the stores that Prophet Josef used for storing wheat. It was a land of a great importance at the pharaonic era and there are numerous cities and towns whose name is derived from its name in ancient Egypt like ShalShalamoum which comprises of “Shalshal” means two temples and” Moun” which refers to Amoun. Menia El Qamh is one of the preferable destinations for Christians whether Egyptians of foreigners because it encloses El Malak Mekhael Church that is worth visiting for its religious value and its fascinating Coptic style of decoration.