The Bibliotheca Alexandrina Library of Alexandria is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in the city, and it was built as a memorial to one of the most important and largest libraries in ancient times, and its history dates back to the year 2002 AD, although it does not match the ancient library that was destroyed, except It is characterized by the presence of three museums, a group of art galleries, and a specialized laboratory for the treatment of ancient manuscripts, in addition to the presence of a special section for children’s books.
It is also known as the Greek and Romen Museum, and its establishment dates back to 1892 AD, but its inauguration was in 1895 AD, and it is characterized by the presence of a group of artifacts that were found in Alexandria, in addition to artifacts dating back to the Ptolemaic era, and the Romens in the region of the river delta The Nile, and the most important exhibits of the museum: Hajar Al-Rasheed, coins, pottery, and others.
Lighthouse of Alexandria
The Lighthouse of Alexandria, or the Pharos of Alexandria is one of the most important places in Alexandria, and it is classified as one of the seven wonders of the ancient world; it represented one of the tallest structures that man made for several centuries ago, reaching a height of approximately 137 meters. It should be noted that the lighthouse was established by the Ptolemaic Kingdom in the third century B.C. and was designed by the Greek architect Sostratus, but its importance is highlighted by the fact that it was used to direct ships, control them from, and to the Nile River port.
One of the most important landmarks of the city of Alexandria is the Cleopatra’s Palace, which is located under the water in a royal neighborhood. It is located in the eastern port of Alexandria, where there is a group of ancient underwater monuments, which a visitor can see when diving into the water, and these effects : Red granite columns, two statues of the Sphinx, and a group of docks that are believed to date from an old palace, in addition to the presence of very old shipwrecks.