El Alamein is located on the north coast between Alexandria and Marsa Matrouh, it is popular with the victory of Allies over Axis forces at world war the second, El Alamein have the bet climate in the world, it became the sun and sand upscale destination for Egyptian tourists, Today, it contain large side of the British, the German and the Italian Memorials, as well as cemeteries, and landmarks reminiscent of this important part of the town’s history.
One of the amazing sites that you have to visit in Egypt is El Alamein; stare at war Museum while scout the most remains of Civil war, moreover visit Tel el Eisa and take a look to British and German cemeteries, approximately around 4,200 solider, and Italian cemetery approximately around 5.200 tombs, There is also a Commonwealth war cemetery with graves of soldiers from various countries who fought on the British side.
This has monuments commemorating Greek, New Zealand, Australian, South African, Indian and Canadian forces. The names of 213 Canadian airmen appear on the El Alamein Memorial in Egypt. The Commonwealth cemetery, as is common at many such cemeteries in the world, consists of parallel rows of gravestones, each one bearing an engraving of the deceased soldier's unit emblem, his name and an epitaph from his family.