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According to our guide, these tombs go back to the times of Alexander the Great. There are a few tombs and appears to be about 50 burial slots. Not a lot of information about this spot and our guide stated not too many people visit...More
Not much to see here so we didn't pay the admission to enter and shot our photos from the outside. You can see the site through the bars of the iron fence. More convenient to visit than the tombs of Mustafa Kamil however.
This place is just like an old cemetery. U dont have to pay 20pound if u want to see it from outside the gate, which for me is good enough. U can see everything clearly from the outside. For me its not worth spending 20...More
Since its analysis Alexandria you may come across for many a while a center of location light-weight to the whole location. It used a wonderful location in the heritage of persons.
Today Alexandria is regarded the second affordable obligation choice earnings of The red sea....More
Not as impressive as the catacombs, but reputedly the oldest tombs in Alexandria, The necropolis at Chatby (sometimes written Shatbi or Chatbi) are situated next to the Youth Hostel and across the road from St Marc's College on Port Said Street (near the Corniche, East...More