5 thoughts on “Is there a Military History Museaum in Egypt?

  • October 6, 2010 at 10:10 pm
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    Yes in the citadel there is one,,,, of course there is an other one in Salah Salem street, for the 6 of october war which I found very silly,,, (I have my own opinion in that war)…. will I advise you of a better kind of Museums: Prince Mohamed Aly museum in al maneal,,, it is the only museum for the royal family of Egypt which was not roped,, and full of Islamic / this period treasures and Horses (he was fond of horses),, I also advise you the Islamic Museum of Bab al Khalk, beet al Sehamy , al kardeliah in al Al Azher,, and the one I really like is Gayer Anderson museum by Ben Tolon mosque,,, enjoy

  • October 6, 2010 at 10:10 pm
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    Follow Zoser and you’ll get what you want.

  • October 6, 2010 at 10:10 pm
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    i know the one at the Citadel.
    Zoser mentions others , follow his guidance .

  • October 6, 2010 at 10:10 pm
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    Amj – Im sure this question will make the heart race of the resident officer otherwise known as Captain Gigi…..when i seen you question, i just thought ya Gigi, of course you know where they are – I though she was typing like this so that she wouldn’t lose any more of her accounts to trolls- Gigi=military=love Enjoy your visit

  • October 6, 2010 at 10:10 pm
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    The most important is the Military museum inside the citadel. There are others in Al Alamien, Romel, Port Fouad. I can remember those now. In general the one in the citadel shows many important things about the long military history of Egypt, You’ll find also some Swards for old Islamic characters. The weapon of An Israeli general who surrendered to the Egyptian Army and many other interesting pieces.

    There are few military museums in Sinai that shows the real well-fortified Israeli line during 1973 war. Many small details are still there + models to show how soldiers were living inside.

    Romel Museum is the cave where Romel stayed with his forces before the last battle of Al Alamien.

    Good luck

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