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"Matru's beach is the bluest and most beautiful sea I have ever seen in my life." Many friends who have been to Egypt have recommended Mattru to me. I am arrogant that this is the bluest sea in the world, and the blue is incredible. I also questioned the world's bluest sea at first? This compliment is a bit exaggerated, until I stand on the cliff of Matru Beach overlooking the ocean, like the rich blue in Impressionist oil painting, it instantly becomes the most beautiful sea I have seen so far.
It takes less than two minutes to walk from the hotel to the beach. When the sea comes into view, it feels that there is only blue and white in the world. Blue is a flawless gem, white is a silk that shines brightly. When it is blue and white, it will become the Mediterranean. Of course, there is absolutely no garbage that cannot be ignored.
On the edge of this long beach, I found a tree that was blown by the wind. It stood alone on the beach, accompanied by the blue sky and the sea. I walked over and it was a strange surprise. Tango, it is my best dance partner.
Alexander is the largest seaport in Egypt, the second largest city in Egypt, and a historic city. The summer resort on the Mediterranean coast is known as the Pearl of the Mediterranean.
Today Alexander is a city that combines ancient and modern, traditional Islamic culture and Western civilization. Many ancient Greek and ancient Roman monuments are scattered throughout the corner. Western-style churches and mosques symbolizing Eastern Islamic civilization are here. The streetscape with European architecture is fascinating, and the towering spires and spherical roofs of the mosques in the complex also have a flavor.
The two sides of the promenade are the Summer Palace and the Kate Bay Castle built on the site of the Alexander Lighthouse, in the middle of the famous Alexandria Library.
Recommended stay time: 3 days
Transportation: The city of Alexandria is concentrated and the main attractions are not far from the train station. You can take the tram or bus. The tram is divided into two types: blue and yellow: the blue body travels east, the yellow body goes west, and most of the sights can be reached.
Next to the Mediterranean Sea of Egypt, stands a miraculous beige castle, Kate Bay Fortress, which is built on the ruins of the Lighthouse of Alexandria and continues the miracle of the ancient century.
This three-meter-high walled castle is surrounded by Mediterranean waters. From a distance, the bright Egyptian flag flutters on the beige walls, as if it were a princess castle in a Disney cartoon. Going in and found that it was not as big as I thought. Follow the signs to the highest wall, through the one-meter-wide stone wall window, the sea of the sea is swaying in front of the eyes, showing a different charm in this small frame.
Walk to the promenade on the castle, where many locals are dating and looking at the Mediterranean Sea. The wind blowing from the Mediterranean is quietly stroking the faces of everyone, through the cold walls. With the breeze, relying on the bench to see the tides of the sea under the castle, you may also see the ship in the distance.
[This is known as the "Sun of the Human Civilized World"]. The Library of Alexandria was built in the 3rd century BC by King Ptolemy of the Ptolemy dynasty of Egypt. Later, it was destroyed by fire. This story is mentioned in the movie "Cleopatra". The new Alexandria Library was built on the site of the former Alexandria Library. The exterior walls are engraved with more than 50 characters, music and mathematical symbols from all over the world. They are magnificent and full of human wisdom.
The Theban Necropolis is a place you should stop and visit on your way to Valley of the Kings. All that remains are 2 large statues that used to guard the entrance of a temple. The temple was destroyed during an earthquake but the statues remain standing.
#tripaway #egypt tour is one of the most memorable place I travel, its interesting culture and its actually made me realize that I'm still lucky I get to visit this place.
Egypt is the most cost-effective country by many global travellers. If you can stay in a five-star hotel for a few hundred yuan, you can eat a seafood dinner for a few tens of dollars. We will have a whimsy. If you live in Egypt, you should be cool. . When we arrived in Alexandria, the second largest city in Egypt, we implemented this crazy idea and rented a room next to the Egyptian summer palace. As soon as we went out, we could see the palace.
The Egyptian Summer Palace was originally called Montazah Palace. It is the palace of the last king of Egypt, Farouk. It is located in a dense forest, adjacent to the sea, surrounded by sweet jujube trees, surrounded by greenery. Surrounded by, summer has also become a summer resort for the royal family. Even though we arrived in winter, if we are lucky, we might meet an Egyptian prince or princess.
Although the Summer Palace only accepts the royal family, the nearby Mamula Beach is half-open. People living in the Xia Gong Scenic Area can enter and exit freely with the access card, while other tourists need to purchase tickets for 15 yuan. Can come in. This beautiful private beach has slowly become a leisure place for Alexander. On sunny days, many couples and families drive to the wilderness.
Far away from the hustle and bustle of Luo, in the northwest of Egypt, close to Libya, there is a quiet and beautiful small town - Matru, built on the coast of the city, with the world's bluest Mediterranean.
ageeba beach in Matru, a seaside town in northwestern Egypt, is far from the city centre and has not been developed yet, so it remains intact.
ageeba beach has a wonderful bay, natural reefs surround the clear blue water, look down from the cliff like a natural square swimming pool, look to the right to see the distant sea and sky, even if It is the heart of depression that will be broken and integrated into it to be cured.