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You can't really stop for long, so mostly you can just hastily see it on your way to another part of town. There is a honorary guard permanently and the design is not spectaculair, but it is clear that there is something there.
I was always very attached to Egypt, from my early years on. By chance I started to live in Cairo now for more than 23 years and I came by chance.
I also was a fan of Anwar El Sadat and thought that without him...More
While my friends were taking me to their home for Dinner. We drove by it and I was very moved and impressed by it simple elegance. Who ever thought of it and designed it obviously has a very large ration of Grey Cells.
Putting aside its history, the layout and architecture of the memorial is beautiful. From afar it looks like a pyramid however this isnt the kind of pyramid the ancient Egyptians built to commemorate their dead. Makes me wish the rest of Egypt could be this...More
Yes the President was shot dead therefore, it was unpredicted, but the burial place did not necessarily have to be at the location of the shooting and a more memorable structure that best suited such personality should have been sought. The monument is banale nature...More
Visiting the place is totally free and one of the big incidents happened in it (assassination of president El Sadat)
It was built during El Sadat period (70th) as a memorial place for the unknown soldiers died in October war.