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Day Tour from Alexandria,Alexandria is the pearl of the Mediterranean and Egypt’s mean port on the north. It has a long history and deep cultural heritage which yielded lots of the beautiful monuments and make Alexandria excursion one of the most favourite touristDay trips. Visit Alexandria Sightseeing such as the famous Catacomb tombs Pompey’s Pillar, Roman Amphitheatre, Qaitbey fortress,
Tour Egypt Club; offer you Alexandria day tour from Cairo to visit the highlights of Alexander the great city with the Greco-Roman architecture. El Alamein Day tour from Alexandria; where the world war battle took place. enjoy day trip to Military Museum including weapons, tanks and military garb. Visit the WW II Cemeteries such as Common wealth, Greek, Italian and German soldiers.
It is considered one of the largest Jewish Synagogue in the Middle East. It is attributed to Eliyahu Hanavi, one of the prophets of the Israelites who lived in the 8th century B.C.
It is built in 1354 by the Jewish community, but it was bombed by Napoleon Bonaparte for establishing the Chretien barrier during the French campaign in 1798, then it is rebuilt in 1850 according to contributions and command form Mohamed Ali Dynasty. It is considered one of the largest Jewish Synagogue in the Middle East. It is attributed to Eliyahu Hanavi, one of the prophets of the Israelites who lived in the 8th century B.C.
It is built in 1354 by the Jewish community, but it was bombed by Napoleon Bonaparte for establishing the Chretien barrier during the French campaign in 1798, then it is rebuilt in 1850 according to contributions and command form Mohamed Ali Dynasty. Since that time the synagogue has not been restored and the last using of it was in 2012 because it is damaged due to the rainwater so it is closed, so that the Minister of Antiquities announced that it has become responsible for restoring it for keeping on the archaeological, historical and Jewish heritage that this monument presents. Finally, it is opened Jan 10th, 2020 for the public
You can enter the citadel, it consists of three floors and watchtowers on the four sides and surrounded it from three sides, you will take amazing photos there and you can see the sea through its windows.
The Rosetta Stone was carved in 196 B.C. The Rosetta Stone was found by French soldiers who were rebuilding a fort in Egypt. The Rosetta Stone was found in a small village in the Delta called Rosetta (Rashid). It is called the Rosetta Stone because it was discovered in a town called Rosetta (Rashid).you can visit it from Alexandria by just Driving for 60 km to Rashid
The lighthouse was designed to lead,guide& protect sailors, & to that end was dedicated to Zeus Soter (Deliverer). Around 300 BCE Ptolemy I Soter (r. 323 - 282 BCE) commissioned the building of a massive lighthouse to guide ships into Alexandria and provide a permanent reminder of his power and greatness
Of course, it worth it, Alexandria has a lot to see. You can see greek and Roman monuments as catacombs and Pompey pillar. Also, it is an amazing chance to taste one of the best seafood plates in the world and during having your meals you will enjoy the amazing sea view you have never seen it before. visiting Montazah Palace and gardens and enjoy the unforgettable view.and don't forget to see the Lighthouse of Alexandria, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the most famous lighthouse in antiquity. And lots of interesting places
The second-largest city in Egypt, Alexandria, known as "The Pearl of the Mediterranean", has an atmosphere that is more Mediterranean than Middle Eastern, its ambiance and cultural heritage distance it from the rest of the country although it is actually only 225 km. from Cairo.
Alexandria was a remarkable city in the ancient world. For more than two thousand years, it was the largest city in Egypt and was its capital for almost half of that time. As a vital trading post between Europe and Asia, it profited from the easy overland connection between the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.