The Pharaonic era and the Islamic era are only two aspects of Egyptian civilization. The time in between was a brilliant Greco-Roman era that lasted for about a thousand years. Travel 180 kilometers north of Cairo to Alexandria in order to catch a glimpse of that time period. At that time in Egyptian history, this city served as the epicenter.
Alexandria, Egypt‘s most significant port and industrial hub is the country’s second-largest city. Its distinct European vibe and more Mediterranean-like temperature set it apart from the rest of Egypt.
When Alexander the Great invaded Egypt in 332 BC, the Pharaonic era came to an end. He also commanded that a new city be constructed here on the Mediterranean coast to
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