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Suez Governorate


Suez Governorate ( Muḥāfaẓa as Suwais) is one of the governorates of Egypt. It is located in the north-eastern part of the country and is coterminous with the city of Suez. It is situated north of the Gulf of Suez.

Contents

  • Ports 1
  • Natural resources 2
  • Exports 3
  • Tourist attractions 4
  • Public Free Zone 5
  • See also 6
  • External links 7

Ports

There are five ports in the Suez Governorate; namely El-Sokhna port, Tewfiq port, Adabeya port, petrol basin port, and El-Atka fishing port.

Natural resources

Natural resources in the Suez Governorate include limestone, clay, coal, petroleum, marble, and lime.

Exports

The chief exports of Suez are papayas.

Tourist attractions

  • Ein El-Sokhna, a well known recreational and medical destination.
  • Moses' springs
  • Judaic Hill at El-Khoor.

Public Free Zone

In 1975, the Suez Public Free Zone was established. It is divided between two main locations:

  • Port Tewfik.
  • Adabeya.

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • Ministry of Trade and Industry Free Zones site



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