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You would think that a cities premier attractions would warrant some cleanliness,but no,sad to say not here,its just so sad the whole experience,from lining up on the side walk-dodging cars & barking horns,more litter,dog feces,plastic,security guards more interested in their cell phones-so reassuring knowing your...More
This amphitheater is an ancient Greco Roman entrrtainment area. It's currently an archeological site that is still being reserched. There are beautiful mosaics on the grounds along with a few other statues that were excavated from the site. The actual amphitheater is rather small if...More
People spend maximum 40 minutes at this exhibition and it's costs 80 L.E. I was not impressed. It's lovely to look at but the signs and information at each area could do with some improvement. Could have been a better experience, but still something one...More
The Roman Amphitheatre dated back to Before Christ was discovered accidentally when the President of Egypt was passing by a place which was open area and asked the governor what is it. The governor requested the President’s permission to build a Municipal Building of Alexandria...More
among the few places you cannot miss in the town of Alexandria this terrain is really astonishing. The surrounding urbanisation is in contrast with the rich underground. How can local governments destroy the beauty of ancient times with new, ugly buildings on top of Greek-Roman...More
I must warn you that these ruins are not well kept and the surrounding area, in the middle of town, is not pleasurable. It was nice, but I do not recommend that you go out of your way. Take a walk on the Corniche, instead.