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The Library of Alexandria is a major library and cultural center on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea in the Egyptian city of Alexandria. It is a commemoration of the Library of Alexandria, once one of the largest libraries worldwide, which was lost in antiquity.
The library is characterized by its circular, tilting form, the building spans 160 meters in diameter and reaches up to 32 meters in height, while also diving some 12 meters into the ground. An open plaza and reflecting pool surrounds the building, and a footbridge links the city to the nearby University of Alexandria. It comprises a main library (open to the general public as well as researchers), 9 specialized libraries (among a depository
library of the UN and affiliated organizations, including UNESCO), 13 academic research centers, 4 museums and 15 permanent exhibitions. The complex was officially inaugurated on 16 October 2002.
Stanley Bridge is the first bridge in Egypt to be constructed over the sea. The bridge was built with the aim of enlarging Alexandria’s beachside, as the narrow two-way street by the walk was suffering from too much traffic. Stanley Bridge is 400 meters long and 30 meters wide, it has four towers designed in the Islamic style, to compliment the royal palace in Al Montazah. It became another landmark in the Mediterranean Sea city after its inauguration in 2001.
Port Said Tunnels – “3rd of July Tunnels” mark one of the major national projects for connecting the Mediterranean governorate and Sinai, aiming to facilitate trade movement in the Suez Canal Zone.
The 3rd of July Tunnels are the latest of a series of passages running underneath the Suez Canal, with a depth reaching 42 meters from the surface.
The megaproject provides a shortcut access to the canal’s west and east banks in only a few minutes, rather than 12 hours. It is designed to accommodate high traffic densities. The length of each tunnel is 3,930 meters, including two lanes with a width of 3.6 meters each, linked to a set of emergency transits.
Rod El Farag Axis project is considered one of the important projects of the national roads network linking areas in northern and eastern Cairo with western Cairo in order ease traffic levels in the center of the city. With a width of 67.3 meters, the bridge holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s widest cable-stayed bridge. The bridge was built over the course of four years and was completed in 2019. The bridge is 540 meters long and has 6 lanes in both directions. Its suspension towers are both 92 meters high with 160 suspension cables.
The construction of New Garden City Neighborhood (also known as the R5 district) in the New Administrative Capital (NAC) is part of the Egyptian government’s plan to expand urban areas to deal with the country’s rapid population growth and improve the nation’s infrastructure.
The neighborhood consists of 21,953 residential units of different designs and sizes ranging between 60 to 200 square meters, 459 villas, 385 buildings encompassing 21,494 flats, and 513 commercial units. It also includes other establishments such as educational, sports, commercial, entertainment, and medical facilities.
The architectural style of the neighborhood is inspired by the classic French style to resemble downtown Cairo’s Garden City area which it is named after.
The Cairo Monorail is a two-line monorail rapid transit system currently under construction in Cairo, Egypt. The two lines will create the first public transport links from the New Administrative Capital and 6th of October City to the Cairo metropolitan area when the project is complete. The 54km line connecting the New Administrative City with East Cairo will take 60 minutes, and the 42km line connecting 6th of October City with Giza will take 42 minutes.
The first section of the system is set to open to the public in 2022 with another stage in 2023.
New Alamein City is building the tallest tower along the Mediterranean Sea at a hair-raising 250 meters, rivalling the current tallest building in Africa.
The New Alamein Towers occupy one of the most prominent locations in Al Alamein City. The project occupies a premium location on Al-Alamein’s seafront and skyline, providing state-of-the-art living standards, topped with a breath-taking view and aims at turning New Al-Alamein into a permanent hub.
The high-speed and electrified main rail line will connect Cairo to the New Administrative Capital and surrounding new cities. The first line will link the port cities of Ain Sokhna on the Red Sea to Marsa Matrouh and Alexandria on the Mediterranean. According to the company, the first section of this line will be operational in 2023.
The main rail line will link Cairo to the New Administrative Capital, east of Cairo, and other surrounding new cities. It will be used by over 30 million people per year and it will help cut travel time by half and raise freight capacity by 15 percent.