Nabroa is a city in the west of El Dakahlia Governorate. It has a great history, since the Egyptian Christians believe that the Holy Family stopped at during their journey and it encloses El Arbaeen Mosque that is regarded as one of the oldest mosques in Egypt. The city inveloves a number of monuments that date back to Mamluk period including Mosque of Mojahid that was established by El Zaher Baybars to commemorate the death of his nephew, and the Mosque of Ubeid that date back to Mohamed Ali Era. Nowadays the city is provided with all essential services of Education, health care services and transportation. The major part of the inhabitants earn their living from agriculture and trade and a wide range of the people are educated.