Discovered by accident by a donkey herd, this vast underground tomb complex built by ancient Romans is a must visit in Alexandria.
The ornate tombs for the nobles, the steep staircase and the tombs carved into the bedrock is remarkable.
The entire place is presently used as a garbage collection centre.
The toilets are in HORRIBLE condition with no restrictions on the entry.
The exhibits kept under the harsh desert sun could be properly tagged and sheltered.
The only thing which is steep in this place is the entrance ticket fees.
A classic example of monumental negligence.
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