The largest Roman burial site in Egypt
Kom al-Shoqafa catacombs - vast network of staircases, passages and tombs are thought to form the largest Roman burial site in Egypt, Citadel of Qaitbay - exterior view of the massive 15th century defence fort, Montaza Palace - exterior view of the grand palace, Pompey’s Pillar - a monolithic red granite column standing 28 metres tall, Library of Alexandria - exterior view of the largest library of the ancient world.
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