No-one will be surprised that it stands on the site of legendary Alexandria library. A modern educational centre and planetarium.
This monumental amphitheatre is the clearest mark of the Roman presence in Alexandria. The most complete Roman ruin in Egypt.
Katakumby Kaum asz-Szukafa – katakumby odkryte przypadkowo w Aleksandrii w Egipcie w 1900, jeden z siedmiu cudów średniowiecznego świata.
The Citadel of Qaitbay is a 15th-century defensive fortress located on the Mediterranean sea coast, in Alexandria, Egypt.
This serene 25-meter high Roman column was erected to commemorate the victory of Diocletian over an Alexandrinian revolt.
Abu Mena - ruiny starożytnego miasta położonego na zachód od Delty Nilu, niedaleko Aleksandrii.
An extensive archaeological museum. The collection ranges from Egyptian artefacts to Islamic era.
Meczet Abu al-Abbasa al-Mursiego – meczet wzniesiony w 1775 roku nad grobem sunnickiego świętego Abu al-Abbasa al-Mursiego.
Latarnia morska na Faros – starożytna latarnia morska, która została zbudowana około 280-279 p.n.e. na podstawie planów architekta…
The Royal Jewelry Museum is an art and history museum in the Zizenia neighborhood of Alexandria, Egypt.
The Corniche is a waterfront promenade corniche in Alexandria, Egypt, running along the Eastern Harbour.
As can be seen from the layout, this mosque was originally a church dedicated to St. Athanasius.
Adjacent to the palace that is now transformed to hotel and casino. Vast stretch of exotic greenery with a direct access to the beach.
Spend an amusing day out in this zoo - it boasts many rare and endemic species such as the Egyptian tortoise.
This peaceful cemetery is worth visiting for its Ptolemaic, beautifully carved tombs dating back to the 2nd century BC.