Northern coast of Egypt

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The northern coast of Egypt (الساحل الشمالي ', north coast, commonly shortened to الساحل ', "the coast") extends for about 1050 km along the Mediterranean Sea from the eastern side of the Sinai Peninsula at the Egypt-Gaza border to the western village of Sallum at Egypt's border with Libya.wikipedia
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Alexandria

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The city of Alexandria lies at the center of Egypt's Mediterranean coastline in Lower Egypt (northern Egypt), as chosen by Alexander the Great in the 4th century BCE.
; or ⲣⲁⲕⲟϯ ) is the second-largest city in Egypt and a major economic centre, extending about 32 km along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea in the north central part of the country.

Sallum

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The northern coast of Egypt (الساحل الشمالي ', north coast, commonly shortened to الساحل ', "the coast") extends for about 1050 km along the Mediterranean Sea from the eastern side of the Sinai Peninsula at the Egypt-Gaza border to the western village of Sallum at Egypt's border with Libya.
It rests on the Northern coast of Egypt, but the location along the border with Libya, about as far west as one may travel in Egypt, means that it is out of the way of almost everything, with few attractions other than a World War II Commonwealth war cemetery.

Climate of Egypt

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The region receives the most rain in Egypt, hail and sleet fall rarely in winter.
In addition to rarity of rain, extreme heat during summer months is also a general climate feature of Egypt although daytime temperatures are more moderated along the northern coast.

Zawyet Umm El Rakham

Zawiyet Umm el-Rakham
Zawyet Umm El Rakham ( lit. "the resthouse of the mother of vultures") is an archaeological site located on the North coast of Egypt 20 km to the west of Marsa Matruh, and about 300 km to the west of Alexandria

El Dabaa

El Daba'athe village
It lies 184 mi from Cairo on the north coast and is served by the El Alamain International Airport.

Red Sea Riviera

coastThe Island at Port Ghalib
On contrast to Egypt's Red Sea Riviera, its Mediterranean coastline is totally plain with low altitude shrublands along the region, except for the westernmost portion which is formed by the 400m-high Marmarika Plateau.

Baltim

Baltim is a resort in the Kafr El Sheikh Governorate, in the north coast of Egypt.

Sidi Barrani

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Köppen-Geiger climate classification system classifies its climate as hot desert (BWh), but it is part of the northern coast of Egypt which has moderated temperatures.

Mersa Matruh

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Marsa Matruh has a hot desert climate (BWh) according to Köppen climate classification, but blowing winds from the Mediterranean Sea greatly moderate the temperatures, typical to the Egypt's north coast, making its summers moderately hot and humid while its winters mild and moderately wet when sleet and hail are also common.

Ezbet El Borg

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The city is situated on the northern coast of Egypt at the mouth of the Damietta river, a distributary of the Nile, opposite Ras El Bar.

El Alamein

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However, like the rest of the northern coast of Egypt, its climate is slightly less hot, compared to the rest of Egypt, because of the prevailing Mediterranean Sea winds.

Port Said

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Port Said has a hot desert climate (BWh) according to Köppen climate classification, but blowing winds from the Mediterranean Sea greatly moderates the temperatures, typical to the northern coast of Egypt, making its summers moderately hot and humid while its winters mild and moderately wet when sleet and hail are also common, yet less common than in Alexandria because Port Said is drier.

Nile Delta

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The north coast has been the hub of sea travel between the Mediterranean Sea and the Nile Delta for over 2,300 years.
The Delta has a hot desert climate (Köppen: BWh) as the rest of Egypt, but its northernmost part, as is the case with the rest of the northern coast of Egypt which is the wettest region in the country, has relatively moderate temperatures, with highs usually not surpassing in the summer.

Rosetta

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Köppen-Geiger climate classification system classifies its climate as hot desert (BWh), but blowing winds from the Mediterranean Sea greatly moderate the temperatures, typical to the Egypt's north coast, making its summers moderately hot and humid while its winters mild and moderately wet when sleet and hail are also common.

Rafah, Egypt

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Like east Mediterranean cities and Egypt's north coast but wetter, it is characterised by hot dry summers and mild rainy winters.

Damietta

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Köppen-Geiger climate classification system classifies its climate as hot desert (BWh), but blowing winds from the Mediterranean Sea greatly moderate the temperatures, typical to the Egypt's north coast, making its summers moderately hot and humid while its winters mild and moderately wet when sleet and hail are also common.

Arish

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Its Köppen climate classification is hot desert (BWh), although prevailing Mediterranean winds moderate its temperatures, typical to the rest of the northern coast of Egypt.

Mediterranean Sea

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The northern coast of Egypt (الساحل الشمالي ', north coast, commonly shortened to الساحل ', "the coast") extends for about 1050 km along the Mediterranean Sea from the eastern side of the Sinai Peninsula at the Egypt-Gaza border to the western village of Sallum at Egypt's border with Libya.

Sinai Peninsula

SinaiSinai DesertHistory of the Sinai Peninsula
The northern coast of Egypt (الساحل الشمالي ', north coast, commonly shortened to الساحل ', "the coast") extends for about 1050 km along the Mediterranean Sea from the eastern side of the Sinai Peninsula at the Egypt-Gaza border to the western village of Sallum at Egypt's border with Libya.

Gaza–Egypt border

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The northern coast of Egypt (الساحل الشمالي ', north coast, commonly shortened to الساحل ', "the coast") extends for about 1050 km along the Mediterranean Sea from the eastern side of the Sinai Peninsula at the Egypt-Gaza border to the western village of Sallum at Egypt's border with Libya.

Egypt

EgyptianEGYArab Republic of Egypt
The northern coast of Egypt (الساحل الشمالي ', north coast, commonly shortened to الساحل ', "the coast") extends for about 1050 km along the Mediterranean Sea from the eastern side of the Sinai Peninsula at the Egypt-Gaza border to the western village of Sallum at Egypt's border with Libya.

Libya

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The northern coast of Egypt (الساحل الشمالي ', north coast, commonly shortened to الساحل ', "the coast") extends for about 1050 km along the Mediterranean Sea from the eastern side of the Sinai Peninsula at the Egypt-Gaza border to the western village of Sallum at Egypt's border with Libya.

North Africa

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It is one of the longest Mediterranean coastlines in North Africa.

Lower Egypt

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The city of Alexandria lies at the center of Egypt's Mediterranean coastline in Lower Egypt (northern Egypt), as chosen by Alexander the Great in the 4th century BCE.