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The ancient Library of Alexandria
The Old Library of Alexandria (English: Library of Alexandria) built by Alexander the Great during the period between (334-323 BC) is considered the largest library, and the most famous of its times, knowing that it was built with the aim of collecting world culture in one place exceptionally from what was He had libraries at the time, whose content and contents were representative of a local and regional nature. Alexander came up with the idea of a library of a global nature that includes various knowledge, and cultures from East and West, and it is not possible to neglect the role of Demetrius Valeron in founding this library; he was providing the library with diverse knowledge .
Al-Mursi Abu Al-Abbas Mosque
The El-Mursi Abul Abbas Mosque is considered one of the most prominent and famous mosques in the city of Alexandria, and one of the most beautiful mosques in Egypt, knowing that during his long history he underwent many restorations, expansion, and construction in the period between (1929 AD) 1945 AD). It should be noted that this historic mosque is distinguished by its splendid traditional architecture.
The Serapeum Temple
The Serapeum Temple is considered one of the most prominent religious archaeological monuments in the city of Alexandria, where it was created by King Ptolemy III to worship the god Serapis, and despite being subjected to vandalism by the Romens, he still retains some of his historical monuments.
Cleopatra’s Palace is considered one of the most famous monuments in the world. This palace is underwater, knowing that this marvel can be seen through underwater diving, seeing the remains of the palace structure, red granite columns, as well as ship wreck It dates back to the period between two years (90 BC-130 AD).
Fort Qaitbey is a historical monumental building that was built during the reign of the Mamluk Sultan Qaytbay in 1480 CE, near the city’s port on the ruins of the ancient lighthouse of Alexandria. Today.