El Alamein is a town on Egypt's Mediterranean Sea coast, 106km west of Alexandria and 240km northwest of Cairo. There a beautiful white sand beaches with pristine sea waters around El Alamein, and for this reason the coast around it is heavily developed. The city also draws a number of visitors because it was the site of a major confrontation between the German and Italian armies and the British armies during World War II. There are British, German and Italian memorials for the fallen soldiers near El Alamein.
01 Stone board 02 German war memorial 03 German cenotaph 04 German memorial and flag 05 Cenotaph
06 German memorial 07 Inner court with pillars 08 Inner court with pillars 09 Stone sarcophagi and bronze tables with names of fallen soldiers 10 Inner court with pillars
11 Shrine with golden wall 12 Shrine with golden wall 13 Ribbons and wreaths 14 Spiral stairs 15 Spiral stairs
16 Museum 01 Main entrance 02 Main entrance 03 Italian tank reconstruction
04 Italian war memorial 05 Italian war memorial 06 Italian war memorial 07 Italian war memorial
08 Italian war memorial 09 Plaque with names of soldiers 10 Staircase 11 Glass door of memorial 12 Staircase
13 Staircase 14 Inner hall with altar 15 Wall with marble graves 16 Wall with marble graves 17 Inner hall
18 Inner hall with altar 01 Agave plant 02 Landscape and beach 03 Q33 monument on Tel el Eisa ridge
04 Landscape and beach 05 Landscape and beach 06 Beach residential complex under construction
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