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New Alamein, officially New Alamein City (Arabic: العلمين الجديدة), is a new city in northwest Egypt inaugurated by Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on 1 March 2018. New Alamein lies on the Mediterranean Sea, approximately 85 km west of Borg El Arab International Airport. Still under construction, New Alamein was conceived by the Egyptian government as a centre for tourism, education, and government. The city has its own presidential palace and ministry building. Construction is ongoing at New Alamein for three universities, fifteen skyscrapers and high rise towers, and 10,000 hotel rooms. Work has begun on Phase II of the New Alamein megaproject, which includes ten additional coastal towers.
Some buildings with sea shape below it. Inscriptions in Arabic "New Alamein City" above, country name and year of issue in Gregorian and Hijri calendars (both in Arabic) below.
مدينة العلمين الجديدة
State name in Arabic, denomination in Arabic and English.
جمهورية مصر العربية