Catacomb

Catacombs are human-made underground corridors that are used explicitly for religious practice. Some of the chamber used as a committal place is a catacomb, but people were used to associating it with the Roman Empire.

Catacombs of Kom El Shuqafa:

The Catacombs of the most famous Kom El Shuqafa was the primary and most significant interment location in Egypt. For the most authoritative Greco Roman cemetery in Egypt and the Catacombs of the Kom El Shuqafa must be a blend of Roman and antiquated Egyptian brightening artistry, components that were all regular amid this dated in here in Alexandria.

Going back to the second century, when this cemetery was burrowed inside the stone to a profundity of 35 meters. It comprises of three dimensions, all positioned under the minced level. Notwithstanding, because of flooding that happened here, the most reduced aspect is presently out of reach.

The Tomb of Tigrane

The famous Tomb is arranged a couple of meters from the primary access to the mausoleums. It is well known for its divider works of art with Pharaonic memorial themes, blended with some ancient images, and performed in the run of the mill Alexandrian grace. The Tomb goes in history to the first century. What’s more, was found in 1952. The location of inside a cemetery close to well-known Street, presently the street has changed the name, a standout amongst the essential courses of Alexandria these days.

The Tomb of Wardian:

The Wardian Tomb is Found a couple of meters from the Tigrane’s Tomb and the tomb developed its name from the region of Wardian in Alexandria, from the western cemetery complex. The Tomb was remade in its immediate area, and it comprises of a little painted sanctuary that once facilitated a radiant sculpture of an antiquated Egyptian goddess named Isis.

Other Alexandria SIGHTSEEING

Alexandria library
Alexandria library
Pompey’s pillar
Pompey’s pillar
Qaitbay Citadel
Qaitbay Citadel
Romans’ amphitheater
Romans’ amphitheater