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Explore the Dazzling destination of WWII in El-Alamein (25 km. West) is one of World War II’s most decisive battles, with memorials, cemeteries, and a Military Museum.
The El-Alamein Battlefield was one of the most prominent battles of the Second World War.
The Victory Took Place here with all historical events and narrative about how Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery’s forces beat Johannes Erwin Eugen Rommel’s forces.
The war was diverted from the hands of the German armies in favor of the Allied army and later set the stage for the great fall of the German Führer, Adolf Hitler.
El-Alamein War Museum is probably one of Egypt’s best museums; It was opened during Gamal Nasser’s presidency in 1956 to commemorate the Battle of Al-Alamein.
Alamein is home to war memorials, the British Memorial, the German Memorial, and the Italian Memorial, as well as cemeteries; pay your respects to the British and Commonwealth soldiers.
Geoota Travel's professional and friendly tour representative will pick you up from your hotel.
Drive for about three hours in Cairo-Alexandria Desert road to arrive at El-Alamein City with a magnificent view of cities' suburbs and many stories about West Egypt Bedouins.
El-Alamein Battlefield is famed for the Allies' victory in the WWII North Africa campaign; you have probably heard the story and maybe even watched the movie. When walking in the battlefield sites, you will be asked to stick to visible tracks.
Gaze at the desert landscape and imagine the battle that took place here: 80,000 soldiers were either wounded in the heat and the desert light or lost their lives in the line of duty in El-Alamein.
Relax for lunch in an excellent local restaurant.
Continue our day to visit El-Alamein War Military Museum describing WWII History. The War Museum sheds light on the four central countries – Great Britain, Germany, Italy, and Egypt that were involved in the WWII battle of El-Alamein and its circumstances. The indoor part of the museum houses weapons, uniforms, and other artifacts from the war. Audio recordings will guide you through your visit and tell you the battle story from both sides. And when you move outside, you will find a garden full of tanks, artillery, and other military vehicles on display.
Finally, drive-by air-conditioned car back to your hotel in Cairo.
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