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Mustafa Kamel Necropolis

El Moaaskar El Romani, Alexandria, Egypt
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Most do not know it exists

So its funny because the street is named after this and yet no one knows these exist. I asked... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2016
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Important for Cyprus connection

This minor site requires a taxi ride to get there. One of tombs was closed. I wanted to see the... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2016
Mark W
Antalya, Turkey
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  • Excellent21%
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  • Average28%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible0%
11 Aug 2016
“Most do not know it exists”
7 Mar 2016
“Important for Cyprus connection”
El Moaaskar El Romani, Alexandria, Egypt
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Reviewed 11 August 2016

So its funny because the street is named after this and yet no one knows these exist. I asked locals how far ahead it was on the street and everyone said "your on the street" i said i know but the tombs? haha. Anyway i...More

Thank 25rena00
Reviewed 7 March 2016

This minor site requires a taxi ride to get there. One of tombs was closed. I wanted to see the better preserved tomb because of its similarity to the Royal Tombs of Paphos. Otherwise not much to see here. Otherise, not worth the cost of...More

Thank Mark W
Reviewed 1 February 2016 via mobile

This is a very small tomb with not a whole lot to really see. I spent about 25 minutes there and had seen everything, if not read all of the broken English information boards. Save your time and skip this.

Thank Topher L
Reviewed 13 June 2015 via mobile

These are 4 subterranean rock-cut tombs of a relative good condition and beautiful depictions. They date back to the Ptolemaic era, particularly the 2nd and 3rd century BC. The tombs were discovered in 1933 when the government decided to level the ground to build a...More

Thank Ghonimahmed
Reviewed 29 April 2014 via mobile

Even if the place is somehow left abandoned when you enter the site your impression change very interesting specially the bassorilievi inside the catacombs

Thank ROME2007
Reviewed 12 April 2013

This necropolis is a hidden gem. There are actually 4 tombs. start your visit with number 3 and 4 -as they are more ruined then head to No 1 and 2 which are great. The tombs are quite complex . they have stairs, small temples...More

1  Thank agera
Reviewed 11 December 2009

I visited Mustafa Kamel Necropolis in December 2009. The location is in Roushdy (west of Stanley Bridge). As you are heading towards the Corniche from the tram track the entrance is on the left (sign only in Arabic). Entry cost is 20 EGP for foreigners....More

6  Thank ilovemiddleeast
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