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Attractions in Alexandria

x Royal Jewelry Museum

The Royal Jewelry Museum is located in a palace in the Zizinia District in the city of Alexandria. This palace once belonged to Fatma El-Zahraa, Read More
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x Greco-Roman Museum

Located in the Horreyya Road, near the city center, the Greco-Roman Museum of Alexandria was established in 1892. It was officially opened on 17 October Read More
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x Ibrahim Terbana Mosque 

The hanging Mosque of Ibrahim Terbana is situated in Manshiah District, in the city of Alexandria. It was founded in 1685-1677 AD (1097 AH) by Read More
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x El-Morsy Abul Abbas Mosque

Constructed in 1775 by the Algerian Sheikh Abu-El-Hassan El-Maghraby, El-Morsy Abul-Abbas Mosque was built over the tomb of the 13th century Andalusian scholar, Ahmed Abu-El-Abbas Read More
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x Abdel Bakki El Shorbagy (Georbagy) Complex

The second mosque to be built in Alexandria, Abdel Bakki El Shorbagy (Georbagy) Complex is situated in the Turkish District, in Manshiah (now Nasr District). Read More
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x The Jewish Synagogue 

Eliahou Halevi (also known as Eliahou Hannavi, Eliyahu Ha-Navi and Hanabi Synagogue) is located in the Nabi Daniel Street, in the city of Alexandria. This Read More
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x El Attarin Mosque

The Mosque of Attarin (also pronounced as Attarine or Attareen) was so called due to its location near the marketplace of El Attarin (‘Spice Dealers’ Read More
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x The Catacombs of Kom El-Shuqafa

The necropolis of the Catacombs of Kom El-Shuqafa (literally means the Mound of Shards or Potsherds) is the most famous and the most visited place Read More
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x Smouha Sporting Club

Smouha Sporting Club was established in 1949 in Smouha in the city of Alexandria. The first chief executive of the club was Joseph Smouha and Read More
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x The Roman Theatre

In the district of Kom El Dekka, lies the Roman Theatre which was built in the 4th century and remained in use for the following Read More
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x Qaitbay Citadel

Built in the 15th century, Qaitbay (or Qaytbay) Citadel is located in the far north of the entrance to the eastern harbor, at the same Read More
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x Pompey Column

Pompey Column is a 25-meter pillar of red granite monolith. It was erected by Publius, Prefect of Egypt in honor of Emperor Diocletian in 324 Read More
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x Mostafa Kamel Necropolis

Mostafa Kamel Necropolis is located in the El-Moaskar El-Romani Street, in Rushdie Zone. It has four subterranean rock-hewn tombs that date back to the 3rd Read More
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x Mar Mina

Mar Mina lies about 65 Km east of Alexandria. The history of this place dates back to the 4th century, when Saint Mina was killed Read More
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x International Park of Alexandria

The International Garden of Alexandria is a marvelous place for Egyptians and visitors seeking pure, healthy and fresh air among heavenly greenery out of this Read More
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x El-Nozha Gardens

El-Nozha Gardens lies in the center of the city of Alexandria. It comprises several gardens such as the Antoniadis Gardens, the Children’s Park and the Read More
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x Shallalat Gardens

Shallalat Gardens is a central park east of downtown occupying a big area of Al Shatby neighborhood in Alexandria. The park was originally designed by Read More
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x Birds Villa

Located right north of the Roman Amphitheater, the Birds Villa is among the most recent discoveries in Alexandria. It a Roman house dating back to Read More
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x Bibliotheca Alexandrina (Library of Alexandria)

In 1974, a committee set up by Alexandria University selected a plot of land over which, a new library was established. The chosen site is Read More
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x Antoniadis Villa and Gardens

The Antioniadis Villa and Gardens are located to the south of the Nuzha. They once belonged to John Antioniadis, a wealthy Greek citizen and a Read More
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