The bridge connects the Gezira Island from the city running from East-West and is easily approachable on foot. Footpaths, staircases etc have been built along side the bridge to accommodate the pedestrians and tourists who want to spend some time at the River Nile. The bridge is named in remembrance of the war with Israel in October 1973. One can easily access the beautiful Zamalek Area and the Tahrir Square from here on foot. The boat rides and dinner cruises in the River Nile are also accessible from here. Must see location.
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