Alexandrie

Since its legendary founding there are more than 2,300 years by Alexander the Great who gave it its name, the city of Alexandria has always fascinated visitors. Today is the second largest city of Egypt by the number of inhabitants, but certainly the most cosmopolitan of the country. If its mythical lighthouse and ancient library are only memories, Alexandria has many sights that still attract many tourists, especially its old town, its museums, its column of Diocletian or his burial. To see and do in Alexandria: It would be tedious to list all the possible visits to Alexandria as they are many and varied. There is obviously the best, among which obviously include the old town designed by Dinocrates Rhodes and its monuments, the ancient gymnasium, the tomb of Alexander and Neapolis: a palace covering a quarter of the area of ??the ancient city including a museum, a library and a theater. The column http://www.cityzeum.com/colonne-de-diocletien Diocletian, also known as Pompey's Pillar, because we have long believed that marked the site of the tomb of Caesar's rival assassinated in Egypt. Http://www.cityzeum.com/les-catacombes-de-kom-al-shuqafa the catacombs of Alexandria are also famous, especially those of Kom ash-Shuqafa, the country's largest archaeological site. On the island of Pharos, which was prepared for more than 1000 years the Lighthouse of Alexandria, ancient wonder destroyed by an earthquake in the 14th century, stands today http: //www.cityzeum. com / the-Box Qait-bay hard Qait Bay wanted the 15th century by Sultan al-Ashraf Sayf al-Din Qa'it Bay. It houses the Marine Museum collecting the remains of naval battles of antiquity and the Napoleonic era. Another museum to visit: http: //www.c