Alexandria was founded in 332 A. Macedonian in the year 332 A.D. The city of Alexandria is a regular city, built according to the plan of the architect Architect Deaconocrates. The city was the capital of ancient Egypt and one of the most important centers of the Hellenistic world. Alexandria began to fall in the 4th and 5th centuries. In the Middle Ages, the city had only a local significance.
When Louisiana ruled the empire, Alexandria was the first capital of the Empire, But almost a half-year-long siege and its capture by the Arabs under Amr ibn al-Assas in 641 dealt its trade a severe blow. Only the trade with India, as it went the way of the Red Sea, was behind Alixandria and was only in the hands of the Venetians, who had acquired the 14th century monopoly of trading goods from India. But when the sea route around the Cape of Good Hope opened and when the Portugal Might began in East India and that branch of trade moved away from Alixandria. That Egypt was conquered by the Turks in 1517 does not change anything: Alexandria fell and fell, and in 1777 the city had no more than 6,000 inhabitants. Even the export trade was sent to Rosetta and Damietta, because the channel and Lake Marétité had already become insufficiently connected to the interior of Egypt. When the French conquered the city in 1798, it again drew European attention to Alexandria.
The rebirth began in the 19th century, when Mohammed-Ali reigned. In 1820, he brought about the union of Alexandria with Nile by means of the Mahumudian Channel, and Mohammed-Ali established a rezoning for himself.
The ancient Alexandria was known for its 110th tank and library. Only a fraction of the ancient monuments have survived. Most of the citys quarters were lost in Aixandria Bay after the ground sagged, and the result was a landslide.
The Popemia Column is the most famous anthropic monument to have survived. It is located on an ancient ancient Alexandrian cemetery, a hill that sits next to the Mussulmanian cemetery in the city. In the beginning, the mural was part of the churchs mullion, which is 30 meters high in total.
On a short distance from the Poplar cauldron, the Alixandraean catacombs of Kâmême-el Foucafe are made up of a multi-level labyrinth to which a spiral staircase leads, which is a multitude of halls, and which is adorned with figurative columns, statues, and other peculiar Egyptian and Roman symbols. This is where the pogrebral noshes and sarcophagi are located.
Here are the pogrebral noshes and sarcophagi.
- Tap water: No, not drinkable
- Religious government: Religious
- Population: 4,000,000 people
- Population density: crowded: 8x8m 64m per person
- GDP: $2,823 / year
- Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
- Power outlets: 230V50Hz
- Internet: 5 Mbps
- Best wireless: E-Kit
- Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere
- Tipping: Generally tipping around 10% is good etiquette at a restaurant in Egypt. … This service charge goes to the restaurant, not the waiter so be sure to tip the waiter or waitress in addition. They will rely on this money for their income. If the service is exceptional, you could always leave a larger gratuity than 10%.
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- Best taxi: Careem
- Best hospital: The German Hospital
- Best short-haul air carrier: AirEgypt
- Best intl air carrier: AirEgypt
- Monthly costs for expat: $470
- Monthly costs for family: $550
- Monthly costs for local: $160
- Meal: $1.9
- Small Cola: $0.3
- Beer 1 Pint: $1
- Coffee: $0.6
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