Port Said (“Port”, of French origin: port, mina (sea) [broken link]) is one of the three governorates of the Canal in Egypt, which are Port Said, Suez and Ismailia. Its capital is the city of Port Said, which was established with the Suez Canal in 1859 and was named after the governor of Egypt, Said Pasha, son of Muhammad Ali Pasha.
Port Said throughout history
Port Said's name was Al-Farma, and with the entry of Amr Ibn Al-Aas to Egypt, he entered through it and entered the rest of the cities of Egypt
Armed Forces Club.
Suez Canal Authority Club.
Port Said Club.
Rabat and Anwar Club.
Hunting enthusiasts club.
Mars Club Port Said.
Malls and amusement parks
The mall in the village of Marhaba
The mall in the village of Nawras.
Commercial Postal Complex.
Sun Mall, 23rd of July Street
Port Said Corniche amusement park behind the Beach Mosque
Abdul Rahman Lutfi Mosque.
Al Haramain Mosque.
A good mosque.
Al-Huda Al-Nabawi Mosque.
The Compassionate, the Merciful.
The Islamic Complex in Port Said.
The Islamic Complex in Port Fouad.
Port Fouad Great Mosque.
Mosque of the Rightly-Guided Caliphs.
El Shaarawy Mosque in Port Fouad.
Ebad Rahman Mosque in Port Fouad.
Lady Khadija Mosque.
Watch a violin
Governorates of Egypt