Shaly El-Qadima - Old Shaly - At Siwa Oasis



Shaly El-Qadima (Shali Al-Kadima) is the old Siwa, an archeological site that houses different remains and landmarks dating back to the Pharaonic and Roman Periods.
It consists of the ruins of a mud brick castle built in the 12th century on a hill behind the new city protect oasis inhabitants from foreign invaders. It is said that this fort once housed over 600 people. On its land stands the Siwa House, a museum dedicated to the demonstration of the culture, history and people of Siwa Oasis.




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