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El Alamein War Museum
- El Alamein War Museum
- Alt Name:
- World War Two
- 1900AD - 1999AD
- El Alamein
- El Alamein,
- El Alamein Battlefield, El Alamein Commonwealth Cemetery,
El Alamein Commonwealth Cemetery,
about El Alamein War Museum
The El Alamein War Museum houses a series of exhibitions about the Second Battle of El Alamein, a crucial Allied victory during World War II in which the Italian and German armies were forced out of Egypt.
Housing a collection of uniforms, armed vehicles and weaponry, the El Alamein War Museum provides an insight into the 1942 battle which has since been labelled a turning point in the war. The museum is located close to the main El Alamein Battlefield.
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Address: El Alamein, Egypt
Phone: Contact local tourist office
The El Alamein War Museum is located in the Egyptian town of El-Alamein, around 130km west of Alexandria along the northern coast. From Alexandria, it is possible to get a taxi to El-Alamein or one of the buses from the city’s Al-Mo’af al-Gedid station. Contact the local tourist office for advice, as it is quite difficult to reach.
The El Alamein War Museum is open daily, 9am-5pm and entry costs LE 10 for foreign visitors.
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