Information about the history of Alexandria and all of the most significant sites around the city
Alexandria Travel Guide | Egypt
Alexandria is considered the second capital of Egypt according to the population and the importance in Egypt. It is named after Alexander the Great. In 332 BC the 25-years old Alexander the Great founded Alexandria.
Pompey's Pillar (Column) in Alexandria | Egypt
Among the ancient remains of Egypt, Pompey's Pillar is the most well known Egyptian monument that is still standing. Situated on a modest hill near the large Arab cemetery in the southwest of Egypt, it is a part of Alexandria's ancient treasure.
Alexandria Library Egypt | Bibliotheca Alexandria
The Catacombs of Kom el-Shuqafa | Alexandria
Qaitbay Citadel in Alexandria | Fort Qaitbay Egypt
Fort Qaitbey is situated on the most visible location of Alexandria city. Located on the site of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World i.e. the legendary Lighthouse of Alexandria, Fort Qaitbey is one of the gems of the Alexandria.