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Υπερκινητικός Δάσκαλος

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ΚΟΤΣΙΚΕΙΟ

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ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ CLUB

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ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ CLUB

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Ο ΚΗΠΟΣ ΤΟΥ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΑΔΗ

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Ο ΚΟΛΟΜΠΟΣ ΣΤΟΥ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΑΔΗ

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CITADELL

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ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΟ CLUB

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Districts of Alexandria

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Glymonopoulos: Mr. Glymonopoulos was a Greek personality and a highly viewed member of the civic council of Alexandria. Glym was famous for the Kaymac Ice-cream in the 1950/1960’s

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Stanley

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Muharram- Bey: The Mayor of El-guizireh and then Alexandria, Muharram Bey was the husband of Tafida Hanem daughter of Mohamed Ali, in 1826 he became the commander of the Egyptian navy.

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Ibrahimieh

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Genaclis: Mr. Genaclis was the owner of great vineyards, he also owned the famous “Genaclis” distilleries. This area was known to produce famous wines during the Romains rule of Alexandria.

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Nozha

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Kom el Shaafa: The name comes from “broken parts of clay” due to the fact that piles of clay were found in this area. The old city of “Rhakotis ” was destroyed by an earth-quake before Alexander the great established Alexandria over the ruins.

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Rue Safieh Zaghloul, Street

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El-Agami: This white sand area famous for figs was named after the sheikh “Mohamed El-Agamy” a holly and pious man.

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Bianchi - Agami

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Selsela: (chain) Originally a series of little Islands were in this area, later a Chain was installed to stop people from reaching the Islands.

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Sidi-Bishr #2

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Mariout: The name derives from Lake “Mareotis”, the name of the lake in this area as it used to be known in ancient times.

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Stanley

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Bacos: Named after Mr. A. Bacos a famous cotton merchant at the time. Another interpretation says the name derives from the God “ BACHUS” .

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Forteresse Qaitbay Fort

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Smouha: Joseph Smouha a Jewish Iraqi trader and entrepreneur, worked in 1924 on drying the HADARA Lake known at the time as Saliére Ragab Pasha.

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Glymonopoulos / St-Stefano

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San-Stefano : The Tramway Co. gave this name to commemorate the defeat of Turkey by the Serbs with the help of Russia in 1874 in the battle of San-Stefano - A huge hotel was erected at the time. Rebuild in 2007 into a giant Mall/Hotel complex.

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San-stefano Complex

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El-Max: The name comes from the Arabic term “Al-Makous” or Customs since it was the area where merchandises used to arrive.

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Palais de Montazah Palace

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Laurent: Monsieur Laurent was the owner of a famous cigarette factory in the 19 century, his huge villa has been transformed lately into a school.

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Sidi-Bishr #3 (Miami)

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Saba-Pasha: Saba Pasha was the director of the Egyptian postal system and later became minister of finance.

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Montazah

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Bulkeley, Fleming & Shultz: Were all founding members of the El-Raml (the sands) Tramway system to serve then an unpopulated area close to downtown Alexandria.

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Bibliotheca Alexandrina

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Zezinia: The Count of Zezinia was a famous cotton trader and had build a big villa in a relatively new location, that will became later known as Zezinia.

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The Eastern Harbour

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Victoria: The “Victoria college” that was originally built in 1901 in Lazarita, it was later moved to the present location during the reign of Queen Victoria in 1904.

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Mer Méditerranée / Mediterranean sea

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Ras-El-Tin: A peninsula famous then for Figs thus “Ras et-Tin” (Cape of Figs).

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Plage / Beach

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El-Wardany: The Name is a deformation of the English word “WARD” to designate the storage area of the customs.

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Mandara

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Lazarita: A derivative from the Italian words Lazar ( Lazarus resuscitated from the dead..! ) It is there that the Quarantine for travelers coming from the east was established.

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Aboukir

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Aboukir: Is the name of the priest and the Martyr “Cyrus” born in Alexandria at the end of Emperor Diocletian era. The Pharaonic name of the city was “Kanoub” that became “Kanoubis” during the Ptolemy reign.

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Fresca……!

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AQUARIUM

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ΤΟ 40 ΤΟ ST. MARC COLLEGE

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ST. MARC

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SPORTING CLUB

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SPORTING

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ΚΩΝ.ΚΑΒΑΦΗΣ

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ΚΩΝΣΤΑΝΤΙΝΟΣ Π. ΚΑΒΑΦΗΣ

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CLEOPATRA STATION

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ΕΛΛ. ΝΑΥΤ. ΟΜΙΛΟΣ

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ΕΛΛ. ΝΑΥ. ΟΜΙΛΟΣ

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RAMLEH TO 30

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RAS-SODA

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STANLEH 1900

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STANLEY 1915

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STANLEY 20-30

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ΜΕΤΑΠΟΛΕΜΙΚΟ ΣΤΑΝΛΕΙ

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STANLEH TO 2000+ STANLEH TO 50-60 TO 20-40

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ODEON

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ΚΑΝΙΣΤΕΡΕΙΟΝ

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ΚΟΡΝΙΣ 1900

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ΤΟ ΚΟΡΝΙΣ 40-50

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ΤΟ 2000

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ΤΟ ΚΟΡΝΙΣ ΒΡΑΔΙ

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ΚΟΤΣΙΚΕΙΟ

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VICTORIA

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MAAMOYRA

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FOYAT

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FOYAT TO 40

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MISSALA

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MONTAZA

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MONTAZA

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ΣΑΛΒΑΚΙΟ

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SAN MARC

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SAN STEFANO

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SECOURS

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TAPOSIRIS

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