El Alamein cemetery

Means "the two flags" is located half-way between Alexandria 106 kilometers (66 mi) and Marsa Matrouh on the Egyptian North Coast, and 240 kilometers (149 mi) fromCairo.

Became famous after the decisive victory of the Allies over the Axis forces in the World War II North Africa campaign Nowadays, El-Alamein is home to war memorials, the British Memorial, the German ‎Memorial and the Italian Memorial, as well as cemeteries, and landmarks reminiscent ‎of this important part of the town’s history In Graeco-Roman times, El-Alamein was known as (Locassis), which means the white shell; it has been so named because of its beautiful white sandy beaches

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