Alexandria sea will arrive you at Ptolemy's site bears a massive Islamic monument, to find yourself stands in the Alexandria Pharos Lighthouse ruins. But another majestic historical masterpiece takes the place of this one of the ancient world wonders as you can wander at the strongest castle on the Mediterranean Sea coast. It is Qaitbay Citadel, this great Mamluk architecture.
Even its sea embraces majestic statues, ancient Egyptian decorations, and sphinxes. It is a complete historical palace covered with coral reefs, Cleopatra Place.
In this Ptolemaic city, you can find a scientific encyclopedia, original unique manuscripts, rare books, manuscript topographic maps. This rare scientific treasure is located in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
Ptolemies were the first to establish a library of Alexandria when they made Alexandria the capital of their great empire.
Let the Mediterranean sea accompany you to its pearl, Alexandria. You will be inside one of the most important historical cities of The Roman Empire. Alexandria means to go through streets designed by Alexander the Great to carry dazzling artifacts get you the chance to live astonishing stories from Greece, Ptolemaic and Roman times.
Are you planning to have a fantastic time in this great historical city with its fresh and unique atmosphere! Then, follow sea breezes that refresh your soul and make you ready for entering different eras. And then find your right road to meet this historical giant towering single column. It rises up to 27m highly with pharaohs stone to narrate stories from the Roman period.
A great thanks story you can listen to at this Pompey Pillar. Yes, the sense you will feel at this site still is correct. Still, there is tremendous historical sightseeing on this spot. Complete your way to be in the most extensive historical burial site in Egypt. What the surprising that you feel when seeing this unique magic mixture of the Pharaonic and Roman designs and decorations at this one site!
It is the Catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa that dates back to the 2nd century.