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A Greco-Roman Alexandrian Style 'Latin Quarter' is Being Built in New Alamein City

Our own 'Champs-Élysées' in the heart of the North Coast.

A “Latin Quarter” will see the light of day in New Alamein City, as per a declaration by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly, according to Egypt Today.

The 450 feddan quarter, which is set to be built by six major Egyptian contracting companies, will have the classical architectural style of Greco-Roman Alexandria, and if the 3D concepts are to be trusted, it's set to be absolutely stunning.

The attractive neighbourhood will be home to 12,000 housing units, as well as schools, hospitals, and religious and commercial services.

Back in March, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi issued a decree to form a committee to allocate thousands of feddans for the new Alamein City, a comprehensive project that is set to include 16 hotels, sports clubs, a cinema complex, theatres, a scientific research center, a yacht harbour, a business center, residential projects, and resorts, as seen on a video released by the New Urban Communities Authority.

The first phase, which includes the inauguration of an “eco-city” dubbed “Egypt’s Riviera”, has already been inaugurated by Sisi in March.

Main image from Egypt Today