Qena is an Egyptian governorate in Upper Egypt, followed by Luxor City. Makram Ebeid is one of the most famous who gave birth to them in Qena. Qena where the violin mosque of the famous guardian Abdel Rahim El Knawy.
Qena also has other important centers like
Qena Governorate has provided many of its children who worked in various fields, the most famous of which are:
Mr. Abdul Rahim Al-Qunai
Sheikh Abdul Basit Abdul Samad
Rushdi Fakkar - Islamic thinker
Sheikh Ahmed Al-Ruzaiqi
Writers and poets
Colloquial poet Abd al-Rahman al-Abnoudi
Poet Amal Dunqul
Colloquial poet Abdel Rahim Mansour
The poet Hisham Al-Gakh
Mansour Essawi, Minister of the Interior.
Hafez Bey Al-Kalhi, the Wafdite Pole, Member of Parliament 1925
Yassin Pasha Ahmed Hamed, the former Minister of Awqaf in the Wafd government and a member of the House of Representatives
Muhammad Mustafa Hamid, Minister of Health and Population at the Ministry of Hisham Qandil.
Hamdi Abdel Hamid Asran Mohamed, head of the students' campaign against education in universities
Yassin Taj Al-Din Yassin, lawyer, deputy head of the Wafd Party
Mustafa Bakri, editor-in-chief of Al-Osboa newspaper
Ahmed Abdullah Sheikh Ibn Al-Ashraf Tribal
Zakaria Abdel Aziz, former president of the Judges Club
Ahmed Farraj Taya, former Minister of Foreign Affairs
Anwar Abu Sahli, former Minister of Justice
Makram Ebeid, the Wafd politician and Minister of Finance in the Wafd government
Maher Mahran, former Minister of Health and Population
Omar Suleiman, head of the General Intelligence Service
Harun Pasha Abu Sehali, Governor of Suez in 1927, and Director of Menoufia Security in 1932.
Ali Bey Ibrahim Al-Sheikh (Mayor of Hejaza) was a politician and a member of the First House of Representatives during the reign of Khedive Ismail 1866.
Fahmy Omar, former head of the Egyptian Radio (between 1982 and 1988).
Mustafa Bakri, editor-in-chief of Al-Osboa newspaper.
Youssef Othman, head of the production sector at Egyptian TV.
Mohamed Ramadan is an Egyptian actor from Qena
Monastery of the Cross in Naqada
Monastery of Anba Shenouda
Monastery of Saint Andrew Abu El Leif
George's Monastery in El Mahrousa, North of Naqada
Monastery of Anba Basantous, west of Naqada
The Monastery of Marib-Qatar, Hejaza, Qus
Monastery of Anba, Daba, Bzelitin, Nagaa Hammadi
Marmina the Wonder Monastery in the lobby of Nagaa Hammadi
Khan Al-Shanaqara and Al-Qaysariyyah in the city of Esna, the commercial agency in Qus, and the Omari mosques in relation to the Islamic conquest